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|Quote (Otangelo @ Nov. 15 2015,11:01)|
|Quote (OgreMkV @ July 27 2015,11:56)|
|Kirk Dunstan has an amazing case of hypocrisy. |
He posts about whether we should have faith in science here: http://www.evolutionnews.org/2015.......51.html
Of course, he completely fails to mention that ID fails all of the tests he mentions.
|Of course, he completely fails to mention that ID fails all of the tests he mentions.|
Does it ? Could you provide a list of ID predictions that failed ?
In my book, the picture looks different
Complex systems can't evolve: Behe 1996
Of course, he's changed his mind and said that SOME complex system can't evolve. Of course, he's wrong.
More than two positive mutations in one gene are nearly impossible (also Behe). Failed. At least one example I know of shows that 4 clusters of positive mutations evolved in a single ribozyme in less than 72 hours.
If you will look very carefully, you will discover (as I have) that there is no mention of Junk DNA by any ID proponent until well after biologists have given evidence for it. Even further, they don't explain WHY ID predicts junk DNA... or no junk DNA.
Mutations cause organisms to degrade (many ID proponents). Total failure. It's trivial to show that many mutations are positive.
etc. etc. etc.
Ignored by those who can't provide evidence for their claims.