Is this another hit-and-run OP? Or are you going to play out this as before?
Je ne sais pas. Non lo so.
You are not going to gain any more traction here than in the other forums you post.
First of all, you are under the mistaken notion that all science must be directly applicable to whatever subset of applied science you care to abuse.
1. Wrong. Theoretical science can prove invaluable. 2. Straw man.
Then you assume that you can make demands of us that we satisfy YOUR personal criteria for usefulness.
Er, no - I can't find "my personal criteria" in the OP. The OP actually asks for usefulness according to applied science.
Then you require us to play in your sandbox only, and ignore the fact that YEC/ID has no such application in applied sciences.
1. Irrelevant to the post.
2. I am not a YEC and I have never mentioned ID.
3. YEC/ID are religious beliefs - you want me to provide practical scientific applications for religious beliefs?
No one really cares what your opinion is. You are trolling.
Let me guess ... here you were thinking that nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of your cherished belief in UCA, but it seems that nothing in all of applied science depends on your UCA belief system - and you find this hard to accept?
Yes. But it's irrelevant to my point and do you really want to discuss something we all learnt about in highschool?
Understanding how light and elements in the atmosphere interact might have practical applications in spectrographic chemical analysis, but you are a purist and the sole arbiter of what is practical in applied science, or any science it seems.
You're digressing. I said I can't think of a practical use for knowing that the sky is blue - can you?
So, ok, no one here can meet your unreasonable requirements of an example.
How do the confines of applied science amount to "unreasonable requirements". Applied science is the most important sphere of science and it is only sphere of science that really matters. No one reduced suffering or cured disease or fed hungry mouths with a theory, esp not one of the most useless theories ever - UCA.
Do we have to care about your errant opinions?
I can answer your question, as I don't know what you mean by "your errant opinions".
Unlike useless stories about UCA, transistors are eminently useful in a practical sense and also have also proven useful in applied science.
Transistors are only "eminently useful in a practical sense and have also proven useful in applied science" within the realm of electronic devices.
Go ahead, try it. Can you think of any usefulness of a transistor at all outside of electronics?
That's what you're doing with "useless stories of UCA."
Sure - they may very well be useless "outside the realm of evolutionary theory." But, who cares? That's not where UCA is supposed to be useful.
UCA is supposed to be useful within the realm of evolutionary theory. And it is. Very useful. Just as transistors are only useful within the realm of electronic devices. Very useful.
The point is that your limit of "outside the realm of evolutionary theory" is a silly, ridiculous limit - and it only makes you look foolish. As foolish as someone running around saying "Hey! Transistors are USELESS outside electronic devices! Why are you all using transistors!?? They're USELESS!!!"
How do the confines of applied science amount to "unreasonable requirements".
As Stile said, you're taking UCA outside the discipline it is intended to inform and insisting that since it has marginal to no utility in traffic control systems (an applied science) it has no utility anywhere.
Typical religious logic.
No one reduced suffering or cured disease or fed hungry mouths with a theory, esp not one of the most useless theories ever - UCA.
Now you're talking about your religion. Useless to society, harmful to critical thinking and damn deadly to living things everywhere.
Don't creationists have a universal common ancestor too?
The sames creationists say there was divergence and "evolution".
The same creationists accept DNA as real.
Genetic understanding is relevant to deciding which people are more likely to suffer from whatever type of disease.
Genetic understanding is also relevant to getting the best treatment.
Now, the question:
The question is whether "macro" evolutionary understanding of DNA comparisons can help clue a scientist in on fruitful areas of disease research, and in a way that creationists might be inclined to avoid.
Look at the issue of using animal research to help find cures to human diseases.
(When it comes to animal research, we can rule out the idea of most creationists having any ethical concerns, so I will lay that issue aside)
Whales get HIV, I believe. Rats and Chimps have some useful "disease research" functions.
Does the macro-evolutionary understanding cause more and better research to necessarily happen?
I am not sure what the argument would be from a creationist.
I put this into google:
disease research mice dna humans
(computer won't let me type words above "I put this into google" or hit "Enter" to drop the line to a lower horizon in message)
(I was going to start this message by asking for the creationist understanding of cross-specie applied research relative to diseases)
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