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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: July 02 2007,15:01   

I've got a creationist that keeps telling me about all of the 'homologous frogs with vastly different DNA', whatever that means.  I have asked him just what he was talking about and where he heard about it and he answered 'Uncommon Dissent' the Dembski book.

I'm sure not going to go out and get this book, was wondering if you guys had any info about it.

For the record, he was also talking about other 'homologous organisms' with vastly different DNA and I questioned him, which ones?  he said marsupial and placentals...  of course if you define 'homologous' loosely enough that could mean anything.  or in this case, nothing.

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