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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 16 2012,09:43   

Hey Joe.

I just happened to be looking for something else and found these comments from early 2010.

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Hey Joe,

I gave you an example of evidence for Evolution.

Now I would like to see your evidence for ID.  I would like to see you use CSI or EF to explain what we see in biological organisms.

Thanks in advance (link)


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(Mindrover @ April 04 2010,08:18)
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(Joe G @ April 03 2010,08:04)
1-The definition I provided is an example of specified information.

2-I then measured the information contained in that definition.

3- It was an EXAMPLE of how to measure SI to see if CSI is present.

Granting that SI can be measured, how much SI is required for CSI to be present?
Does CSI = Designed?

These are honest questions, I would hope for an answer devoid of invectives.

To add to Mindrover's post, as he's granting that CSI is measuring "information", I'd like to know what is actually being measured?

Joe, could you define or tell what type of information is being measured by CSI?

Can different methods show different degrees or types of information?


It's been almost 30 months since these questions have come up Joe and you have yet to answer them or actually explain this.

Two years of "you're too stupid" and "you're an asshole" without a single attempt to explain your own position.  Now who does that remind you of?

Oh yeah, it's what you CLAIM we do.

So, the question now is, are you just a hypocrite or are do you actually not have a clue what you're talking about?

Careful, that's a trick question.  (Hint: It's both)

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http://skepticink.com/smilodo....retreat

   
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