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Author Topic:   Intelligent Design just a question for evolutionists
Pressie
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Message 82 of 146 (792622)
10-12-2016 8:44 AM
Reply to: Message 77 by Taq
10-11-2016 4:50 PM


Re: Life Looks Engineered
If you look closely, you can see a cross in there.

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Pressie
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Message 90 of 146 (793492)
10-31-2016 7:08 AM
Reply to: Message 89 by mike the wiz
10-30-2016 7:49 AM


Re: Life Looks Engineered
mike the wiz writes:

The difference is in function. The reason an atp synthase doesn't look like a rounded, polished motor is because things do not appear on that scale, to that accuracy. USE YOUR BRAIN, and think about it

Yes, of course it is. I agree with that. I'm trying to figure out what exactly your argument is. Evolutionary theory explains functions very well.

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Message 91 of 146 (793493)
10-31-2016 7:09 AM
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10-30-2016 7:49 AM


Re: Life Looks Engineered
mike the wiz writes:

The difference is in function. The reason an atp synthase doesn't look like a rounded, polished motor is because things do not appear on that scale, to that accuracy. USE YOUR BRAIN, and think about it

Yes, of course it is. I agree with that. I'm trying to figure out what exactly your argument is. Evolutionary theory explains functions very well. What exactly is your problem with evolutionary theory?

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Message 92 of 146 (793495)
10-31-2016 7:50 AM
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10-30-2016 7:39 AM


mike the wiz writes:

An unintelligent and incorrect bare assertion.

The opposite. A very intelligent conclusion based on the available evidence.

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Message 102 of 146 (793560)
11-02-2016 7:21 AM
Reply to: Message 101 by Genomicus
11-02-2016 1:34 AM


Goodness gracious me. Genomicus is great at creating word salads not meaning much. It really is funny.

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Message 103 of 146 (793562)
11-02-2016 7:41 AM
Reply to: Message 99 by Genomicus
11-01-2016 10:57 PM


genomicus writes:

This is a rather shoddy argument, and not a very nuanced one.

Nope. It's a great argument. And very nuanced, too.

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Message 106 of 146 (793565)
11-02-2016 8:02 AM
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11-02-2016 7:57 AM


Ping me when you actually stop using worthless word salads.

Thanks.


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Pressie
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Message 121 of 146 (793660)
11-03-2016 7:51 AM
Reply to: Message 112 by ringo
11-02-2016 3:33 PM


The first bikes came out without brakes. The had to try and use their feet on the ground or going uphill to try and stop the bikes. Or just loose momentum by falling off!

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Message 128 of 146 (793690)
11-04-2016 7:20 AM
Reply to: Message 123 by vimesey
11-03-2016 4:17 PM


vimesey.

It's easy to answer.

They never learn what a paragraph is supposed to be. After that they start writing huge essays under names such as FLRW and trolling evcforum.

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