Joined: Sep. 2006
|Quote (Annyday @ Feb. 10 2008,09:42)|
|Sal's posting again.|
Short version: Darwin was an evil atheist who couldn't do math, God is great, Sal still doesn't understand population genetics or Kimura and proof of creationism and/or God's existence is on its way any day now.
These parts of this post were particularly good.
|Darwin was a dolt when it came to math. He couldn’t even do high school algebra. This fact seems not to mean much to Mark Chu-Carrol of the Darwinist weblog “Good math, bad math”. That’s because Chu is a Darwinophile, and he let’s his Darwinism blind him from the truth. Where is Chu’s criticism of Darwin’s math? Non-existent. This is evidence of Chu’s bias and willingness to distort the truth in order to defend Darwin.|
Darwin was bad at math, and his theory is full of math contradictions.
Kimura’s differential equations blew Darwinism out of water in molecular evolution. Darwin couldn’t solve differential equations because that requires calculus, and Darwin couldn’t even do high school algebra, much less do calculus, much less differential equations…..
[Even I can do high school algebra, and so can Bill Dembski and so can Jonathan Wells :-) ]
Darwinism is no where near physics as a science, heck, it’s not even as good as high school algebra.
The subtlety of Sal's argument truly places him among history's great writers.
Ummm, well, I wonder if Sal knows that Bishop George Berkeley critizised differential calculus and yet claimed that the mind of God heard the sound of falling trees in the wood, when nobody else heard it (or something like that).