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Tangle
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Message 451 of 452 (879799)
07-22-2020 4:00 PM
Reply to: Message 447 by Richard L. Wang
07-22-2020 3:38 PM


Re: Re-Sarah(446): supernatural factors embedded in the observed facts
No need to apologise you're just carrying on the normal process of the pseudo-scientific nutter.

Drive in, claim that you can prove evolution wrong, hide your religious beliefs, pretend you're a scientist, spray crap everywhere, announce a book/paper and bugger off to the next site and do it over again.

You'll never write that book. If you do, you'll never get it published unless you pay for it yourself.

You've a sad and disappointing time in front of you Chuck, unless you can push that religious infection to a section of your mind where it can't interfere with objective thinking.


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Message 452 of 452 (879802)
07-22-2020 4:17 PM
Reply to: Message 447 by Richard L. Wang
07-22-2020 3:38 PM


Re: Re-Sarah(446): supernatural factors embedded in the observed facts
Well at least you seem to be agreeing that we are descended from earlier, different life forms (early mammals, amphibians, fish, etc.).

That's a start.


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