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|Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Nov. 01 2007,03:54)|
|Quote (VMartin @ Nov. 01 2007,02:11)|
|In his latest article "Darwinism: The Imperialism of Biology?" Ben Stein is criticised by Glen Davidson who wrote there seven successive long posts! I've put there |
my answer listing antidarwian scientists.
I am not sure there is so strong relation between darwinism and capitalism as Ben Stein claim, but the idea of "natural selection" is something really extraordinary and new. Ancient people living in connection with nature never observed it. But it is strongly supported from armchair intellectulas sitting at Universities in industrialised countries, scientists who wouldn't survive a day in countryard.
John Davison comments there sometimes and his posts are very briskly and good.
Amazing insight, as usual VMartin.
We hang upon your every word.
Even when you say things like "I am not so sure" I still believe you are 100% correct.
So, if ancient people living in nature never understood selection, how did the wolf get domesticated?
So you obviously do not see difference between artificial and natural selection and you suppose it was natural selection that is responsible for domesticating wolfs.
I could not answer, but should maintain my ground.-