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Author Topic:   Testing Theories of Origins
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Message 38 of 143 (694425)
03-24-2013 5:30 PM

I need to reread this thread to point out specifics - BUT right off the bat the RTB model seems like really bad science. It is beginning with an assertion that the biblical account is true and trying to put spin on things so that they fit, even if his model was true (multiple creation events part for example - which it really isn't) it still wouldn't lead to "My God did it" - Thor, Horus or Aliens would just as easily fit the bill

Also it's using a lay man's terminology for Theory rather the scientific meaning in order to compet with evolution, evolution has earned it's title as Theory through many many many trials and a plethora of evidence

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