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Author Topic:   What is the basis for a Creationist argument against Evolution?
Chiroptera
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Message 6 of 96 (78260)
01-13-2004 4:28 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by Gilgamesh
01-13-2004 2:44 AM


hee hee hee
Oh, this is good! Thanks, Gilgamesh.

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Chiroptera
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Message 31 of 96 (79043)
01-17-2004 11:44 AM
Reply to: Message 30 by TruthDetector
01-17-2004 11:04 AM


Re: Question
What do you mean by "man"? Different people use the word "human" to mean different things, depending on the context. Sometimes "human" means any individual belonging to the same family, so the Australopithecines would be considered "human". Sometimes "human" refers to the genus Homo, which would include H. habilis but not the Australopithecines. Sometimes "human" means just H. sapiens.

And what, in your mind, is the difference between "man" and "caveman"? Just what is "caveman"?


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