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|Quote (Reed @ Nov. 30 2008,06:18)|
|Quote (Daniel Smith @ Nov. 29 2008,17:53)|
|In all your bluster, in all of Bill's musings, and in all of Wesley's pontificating, there is one thing you're all forgetting: Only a designer can organize complex materials for specific function.|
We're not forgetting it Daniel... we've heard it from you and the rest of The Argument Regarding Design club a thousand times. We still don't fucking buy it, because it's just a bald assertion that isn't based on evidence.
Daniel assumes what he sets out to prove.
Why can't he realize that?
"You can establish any “rule” you like if you start with the rule and then interpret the evidence accordingly." - George Gaylord Simpson (1902-1984)