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10-30-2012 4:16 PM


dwise1, at Foreveryoung Discussions
Author: dwise1
Forum: Coffee House
Thread: Foreveryoung Discussions
Message #: 46

Not in the faith based science? topic, but that's what it's about.

The summary sentence from within that message:

When we accept what a scientific source tells us, it is out of trust that that source had done due dilligence.

Alas, there was a bit of a lack of diligence in the spelling of "dilligence".

Moose


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Evolution - Changes in the environment, caused by the interactions of the components of the environment.

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