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Author Topic:   Explaining the pro-Evolution position
Pressie
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Message 137 of 393 (792538)
10-11-2016 5:56 AM
Reply to: Message 136 by AZPaul3
10-11-2016 5:12 AM


Re: It's already peer reviewed
Seems like Kleinman doesn't want to answer the question. Kleinman, are you a YEC?
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Message 138 of 393 (792539)
10-11-2016 8:07 AM
Reply to: Message 80 by Kleinman
10-09-2016 10:28 PM


Re: The reason the theory of evolution is not true
Kleinman writes:

How do you take an ancestor which has scales and all the genes which produce scales and transform all those scale producing genes into genes which would produce feathers?

Well, all modern birds (that I, personally, know of) have both scales and feathers. I'm therefore not to sure what you're asking.

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Pressie
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Message 198 of 393 (792617)
10-12-2016 8:09 AM
Reply to: Message 162 by Kleinman
10-11-2016 6:44 PM


Re: It's already peer reviewed
Kleiman writes:

I do think it is really weird to think that a T Rex red blood cell could last 70 million years.

So, you're still avoiding the question. Are you a YEC?
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Message 199 of 393 (792618)
10-12-2016 8:14 AM
Reply to: Message 183 by Kleinman
10-11-2016 9:56 PM


Re: Birds and HIV
Kleiman writes:

Last I checked, nobody has sequenced the dinosaur genome except in Jurrasic Park.

Ah, great. Now we're getting somewhere with a creationist. So did those dinosaurs have more or less genetic information than birds?
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Message 201 of 393 (792620)
10-12-2016 8:19 AM
Reply to: Message 167 by Kleinman
10-11-2016 7:17 PM


Re: The reason the theory of evolution is not true
Kleinman writes:

Do all modern reptiles also have genes for scales and feathers as well?

Well, all modern birds have both scales and feathers. So, I'm not too sure why you asked that question.

I can't think of any modern reptiles having both scales and feathers.

I'm not too sure why you asked the question.

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Message 203 of 393 (792623)
10-12-2016 8:51 AM
Reply to: Message 202 by JonF
10-12-2016 8:41 AM


Re: It's already peer reviewed
The answers to this one from YEC's will be funny.

Apparently, from creationist sources, Dr Mary Schweitzer was supposed to have squeezed soft tissue out of those bones...


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Message 256 of 393 (792767)
10-14-2016 7:19 AM
Reply to: Message 249 by Kleinman
10-13-2016 10:12 PM


Re: Bumblebees can't fly...unless they have big enough engine
Kleinman writes:

Early in my career, I worked in the aerospace industry

Hey David Coppedge, do you go by the name of Kleinman nowadays?

I mean, David Coppedge used to work as a computer specialist in that industry where he pretended to know more about biology than biologists and more about geology than geologists and more about maths than mathematicians and more about physics than physicists. Didn't bode too well for him in the end.

He's just another crackpot.

Kleinman, are you a YEC?

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Pressie
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Message 260 of 393 (792772)
10-14-2016 9:00 AM
Reply to: Message 259 by Admin
10-14-2016 8:55 AM


Re: Is it summation time?
As a novice on anything about biology or genetics or anything like that, I don't have any objections. Maybe Kleinman can try to start a discussion on one of the subjects he flew around, without being able change subjects at will all the time?

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