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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 02 2012,15:46   

What do cetaceans and humans have in common?
Torley knows: Both have evolved due to massive divine intervention.

"Detecting design (2): A reply to John Loftus"

And that OP has already produced nice tard:  
Iím always puzzled by the argument against ID that involves the supposed inability to provide a rigorous definition of complexity such that living systems can be distinguished from, eg, snowflakes or a jumble of wood washed up on beach. This is because if those design critics are really saying there is no scientifically valid difference between these things then why the need for the theory of evolution to explain one and not the others. The mere existence of the theory of evolution shows that the difference is understood well enough even irrespective of whether it can be (at this timer) explicitly formulated.

Barry Arrington is a bitch.

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