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Vacate
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Message 46 of 126 (538589)
12-08-2009 5:11 AM
Reply to: Message 42 by Peg
12-07-2009 11:50 PM


Percydidit?
you cannot have evolution without first having origins

This is true.

Its much like saying this debate couldn't take place without first having a forum. I notice however that nobody has discussed if this forum arose from natural processes or if created from an intelligent designer. I assume that an intelligent designer created it, though its unimportant really. The evolution of this debate is able to take place regardless of origins.

the are not disctinct because logically {...}

Logically can any of you now continue this debate without first talking about forum origins?

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Message 54 of 126 (538679)
12-09-2009 6:01 AM
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12-09-2009 5:39 AM


Re: Percydidit?
However, what if the use of this forum required your credit card details. You might then be inclind to find out more about it...who set it up, why you have to pay and what your money is being used for.

For sure. I have my doubts though that those type of questions are on topic or relevant to this thread (for example). Though origins of this forum or of life itself are both important issues they are irrelevant when not talking about those issues. Evolution and origins are linked, but they are not one in the same. To keep insisting that they are is just as annoying as me bringing up forum origins every time you want to have a discussion on this board. Its irrelevant wouldn't you agree? Important perhaps, but irrelevant.

from your post to Huntard above writes:

no origin = evolution

Do you now perhaps understand why this statement is unimportant to the topic of evolution? Sure the origin of life is important, wihtout a start there is no evolution. Equally without Percy starting this forum we are unable to debate on this board. Its worthy of a seperate thread, but its not always on topic or relevant.

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Vacate
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Message 60 of 126 (538688)
12-09-2009 7:05 AM
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12-09-2009 6:34 AM


Re: Do not mix science and religion
This is why its hard (ok impossible) for me to separate evolution from origin.

Lack of imagination is no excuse.

1. God created life

1.1 to evolve.

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