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Richard Simons

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(Permalink) Posted: Jan. 13 2008,22:08   

Daniel, as I mentioned earlier, it is not easy for me to get hold of literature such as Schindewolf's book (I do not have access to interlibrary loan). That is why I have been asking you to provide details of the putative mechanisms for determining the future course required for evolution of an organism, for storing this information and for implementing the scheduling. You replied that you did not know, but have shown no hint of curiosity as to what these mechanisms could be. You have also shown no sign of awareness that this problem alone stops Schindewolf's ideas dead in their tracks.

BTW, thinking of checking up on things, have you dug down in your garden yet to see if you can find evidence of a global flood?

All sweeping statements are wrong.

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