Joined: Jan. 2006
What we can do is test the mechanisms that we hypothesize caused macroevolution. We can also make predictions based on what we understand from these processes, of what we expect to find in other organisms.
|4) NEITHER can test the process that formed the phenomena today by experimental methods.|
How so? If you like we can stop using analogies for the purpose of this debate.
|5) BOTH require the use of analogy to things which ARE known to us|
No one has said otherwise. This in no way means of course that both inferences are equally valid.
|6) BOTH require the scientist to DRAW INFERENCES TO THE BEST EXPLANATION|
No it doesn't. I don't mean to be rude but you don't seem to have much of a concept of how biology works at all. If this was a mistake like you claim someone would have already noticed it.
|I did study the Human-Chimp chromosome fusion prediction and I found what appears to be some serious flaws in reasoning.|
It would be better for all concerned if you just present your evidence. We will judge it in the same way that we judge the evidence for evolution.