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|Quote (jeannot @ Nov. 12 2011,12:32)|
|Quote (Richardthughes @ Nov. 11 2011,13:58)|
|Quote (Richardthughes @ Nov. 10 2011,12:20)|
|Ask him to define 'information' and give examples of it's measurement in biology.|
...and give examples of it's measurement in biology.
First, ask IDers why we should even care about "information" in evolutionary biology.
If the IDiots were, indeed, correct about how evolution is affected by 'information' and changes thereof and yada yada yada, then it would be pretty friggin' obvious that we should care about 'information' in evolutionary biology. Of course, if that were the case, then the IDiots' position would be based on fact rather than unshakable religious dogma, and they would be able to answer questions like 'which nucleotide sequence has more information in it?"