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|Quote (Joe G @ Jan. 11 2019,13:59)|
|Quote (fnxtr @ Jan. 11 2019,13:52)|
|Well that was fun.|
Besides the binary categorization of designed/not designed, what have ID scientists learned in the last 20 years or so?
And how is this binary categorization helpful?
What is its practical use for biologists?
Where does a scientist go from "This was designed"?
From "this was designed" now we have new and interesting questions to explore. And we would start looking for that something besides physics and chemistry that ID says exists (in living organisms).
Like what Joke? What new questions will "design" open for exploration and how will they be tested? Biggest question is why haven't any IDiots been exploring them?
"CO2 can't re-emit any trapped heat unless all the molecules point the right way"
"All the evidence supports Creation baraminology"
"I'm a female retired marine biologist"
Whizz-dumb from Joe "Sharon" Gallien, world's dumbest female impersonator YEC.