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(Permalink) Posted: Jan. 30 2008,15:54   

Quote (Daniel Smith @ Jan. 29 2008,19:09)
But to answer your question: If I've "won", what I've done is introduced you to the works of Otto Schindewolf and Leo Berg, shown you that Darwin's is not the only theory out there with the word "evolution" in it, and hopefully expanded your horizons a bit.

Condescension also noted from this quarter.

What's been accomplished so far is a display of the irrelevance of the archaic, muddled ideas of a few individuals whose predictions have been unconfirmed and whose theories have been discredited.

Of historical and forensic interest, to be sure.  I'm enjoying the autopsy, thanks.

"You can establish any “rule” you like if you start with the rule and then interpret the evidence accordingly." - George Gaylord Simpson (1902-1984)

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