Joined: Jan. 2012
|This evolutionary myth that adaptations arise by the slow process natural selection acting on random change appears several times in the standards, in spite of the fact that science shows that adaptations arise rapidly and non randomly in direct response to environmental shifts. Again, even some brave evolutionists are admitting these findings to each other.|
Other than the 'rapid' part (how rapid is rapid?), that could have been written in 1865. Darwin thought adaptations arose in response to environmental fluctuations!
Incidentally, it is to Hunter's credit that he appears to allow all comments (though little else about his highly selective viewpoint reflects credit upon him). KF shows up with the usual guff, and BA77 chips in with a shedload more - quite like old times! Then off KF scuttles to UD to pontificate interminably on the comments, untroubled by right of reply from the people he directly quotes.
If hail is made out of ice and ice came from ice via water, then hail is made out of ice. Joe G
BTW, when you make little jabs like “I thought basic logic was one thing UDers could handle,” you come off looking especially silly when you turn out to be wrong. - Barry Arrington