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|Quote (OgreMkV @ Feb. 11 2012,09:48)|
|Jammer, are you an ID expert? Because I have some questions that those on UD and Meyer and Dembski and Behe all have utterly failed to answer over the last decade or so.|
If you have some knowledge of ID, then I would appreciate answers. I would hope that you have some knowledge of ID, since it is obvious that you have no knowledge of evolution... or tact for that matter.
But nonetheless I would like to discuss this notion that is ID. Just let me know when you are ready.
1- You don't know anything about Intelligent Design so you cannot form a relevant question
2- You don't know anything about evolution so you cannot answer.
But anyway- just for you:
Yup <a href=http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelligent-design/can-we-distinguish-human-v-natural-excavations/comment-page-1/#comment-415423><b>Kevin is at it again</b></a>, this time he thinks he has devised a test that will show that archaeology, forensic science, SETI, Intelligent Design, insurance fraud and more are all baseless and without merit.
Of course all he does is erect a strawman because he is an ignorant asshole and that is all he is good for.
I will say it AGAIN Kevin- Intelligent Design, archaeology, forensics, insurance fraud all say they can determine what happens by chance and/ or necessity with what requires agency involvement. And that means, as I have told you but you ignored, context is everything.
The funniest part about Kevin's test- it also renders his position moot as his position also requires the ability to determine between design and not.
Way to go dumbass...
Chromosomes. are. all. connected. It is one long polymer. Called the DNA. - oleg t
BTW: Joe, our position (i.e. evolution) does NOT require that there existed a species of ape-humans with 47 chromosomes.-Kevin McCarthy, ignorant of genetics