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djmullen



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 31 2007,00:20   

Granville S. asks:  
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In any debate on Intelligent Design, there is a question I have long wished to see posed to ID opponents: ?If we DID discover some biological feature that was irreducibly complex, to your satisfication and to the satisfaction of all reasonable observers, would that justify the design inference??
Why should it? ?Evolution can produce irreducibly complexity. ?Ever hear of scaffolding? ?Co-opting? ?Dropping needless components? ?You haven't? ?TARD!

  
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