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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 01 2007,15:48   

Quote (VMartin @ Aug. 01 2007,15:25)
Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Aug. 01 2007,15:16)
Frightened, V?

I will repeat:

Can you please tell us why swans are the color they are? Or mushrooms, for that matter?

Because you see, you complain a lot about how 'Darwinists' can't explain these things, but you have yet to tell us what explanation you have. In the absence of a good alternate explanation, your bitching doesn't amount to much.


I am here not on a trial, you know. I am trying to infirm some darwinian explanation about coloration using facts.

So you have no explanation? Figures.

It doesnt bother you that you endlessly bitch about the imagined shortcomings of 'Darwinism', and you can't offer ANY alternatives?

Can you offer ANYTHING except complaints?

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