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Author Topic:   Why not teach problems with ToE in school?
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Message 4 of 136 (125494)
07-18-2004 5:52 PM
Reply to: Message 3 by tubi417
07-18-2004 5:10 PM


Re: Needs more work
I'd say it still needs more work. Would you pick a topic title and beef up the particular one to three problems (maybe best to stick to one) that you would like to constrain this topic to?

The links in the human line are discussed on one or more other threads. The issues around abiogenesis are also in the origin of life forum. Is there anything that you can't add to existing threads?


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Message 6 of 136 (125532)
07-18-2004 10:32 PM


Thread moved here from the Proposed New Topics forum.

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Message 49 of 136 (126590)
07-22-2004 12:13 PM
Reply to: Message 48 by NosyNed
07-22-2004 12:11 PM


T O P I C !!
NosyNed! Whether evolution says anything about God has nothing to do with the problems of evolution and teaching them in school.

Don't respond Jasonb. That whole thing is off topic for this thread. Thank you.

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Message 81 of 136 (126763)
07-22-2004 7:18 PM
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07-22-2004 4:45 PM


Further advice
Robert, you have received good advice from in the posts that appear previous to this one.

Please, give some consideration to following it.


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Message 110 of 136 (129124)
07-31-2004 12:46 PM
Reply to: Message 109 by nator
07-31-2004 12:22 PM


Re: Problems of evolution taught in school
Robert Byers writes:

And of coarse We don't believe they have a right to call themselves scientists but instead should be called historians.


Schraf writes:


Are Physicists, Geneticists, Astronomers, Cosmologicsts, and Geologists not scientists, but "historians", as well?

Please take this to:
Applying Science to Past Events


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