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|Quote (noncarborundum @ April 06 2011,01:25)|
|Quote (Leftfield @ April 05 2011,17:33)|
|Neal Tedford on scientific procedures:|
|As a comparison Mythbusters on the Discovery Channel are usually careful to perform their tests by setting up their experiments as equal to the original claim as possible. They then test their experiment quite thoroughly. Evolutionary theory would not stand up to this kind of scrutiny. |
I think this would make an excellent Mythbusters episode. First, the build team constructs a duplicate prehistoric earth (probably they'd do a scale model first, just for proof of concept, before scaling up to a full-size replica). Then, after a perhaps a billion years, rendered in dramatic time-lapse photography, we get to see whether the development of life is confirmed, plausible, or totally busted. After which Jamie and Adam find some pretext for blowing the whole thing to smitheens, which is always the best part.
Perhaps they'll have to demolish it to make way for a new hyperspace bypass.
ID theorists don’t postulate a designer for their arguments. - Crandaddy
There is no connection between a peppered moth, natural selection, and religion that I can see. - FtK