Joined: Oct. 2005
If evolution, the most significant, pervasive, and profound theory in all science is merely "pseudo-science" (as you claim) then we're in some serious trouble.
But, as this little theory is at the heart of every significant practical advance in modern medicine and biology -- well, I think something is a bit off here...
"based on untenable and unproveable gross and rediculously impossible assumptions"
Actually the assumptions underlying evolutionary principles are quite plausible and, interestingly, broadly applicable. One might even be so inclined to describe the progression of creationist arguments as "evolutionary". You know, an incremental adaptation to the prevailing environment...
"I mean math goes a little farther than long division."
Indeed. And cognition did not end in the 18th century. Perhaps you'd like to join us in the 21st?