Joined: Mar. 2007
|Quote (J-Dog @ Nov. 15 2007,18:51)|
|CALL GUINESS! |
AFAIK THIS IS THEFIRST TIME IN THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF THE WORLD (either 6,000 years, or 4.5 billion, depending, per ftk) THAT ANY ID PROPONENT HAS ACTUALLY APOLOGIZED FOR MAKING A MISTAKE!
CALL GUINESS - THE OTHER ONE!
ORDER ABBIE A KEG OF THE GOOD STUFF - CONGRATUALTIONS!
NOT BAD FOR A GRLLL!
Can I stop shouting now?
Well, no, he didn't apologize. He merely admitted a mistake, and then attempted to notpologize it away as trivial.
And this sentence, at the end
|However, in the past fifty years many, many more potential viral protein-viral protein interactions must have also developed but not been selected because they did the virus little good. |
is priceless! Yes, Dr. Behe, some mutations are neutral, some are deleterious, and a few are beneficial. That is exactly what happens in evolution, and to pretend that this is somehow a problem now is truly bizarre.
To think that a biochemist can sink so low just to sell a few books...
Flesh of the sky, child of the sky, the mind
Has been obligated from the beginning
To create an ordered universe
As the only possible proof of its own inheritance.
- Pattiann Rogers