Joined: Feb. 2009
|Quote (FloydLee @ Oct. 14 2009,15:14)|
|So, where's SLP? Did he respond yet? Judging from CM's attempt to cover for him, apparently not.|
Git on here, SLP. Answer the previous question. Ohhh, and answer the OTHER question too while you're here:
|Notice that evolutionists posi the very same driving force for both prebiotic evolution and postbiotic evolution---natural selection.|
Hence prebiotic evolution is part and parcel of the overall theory of evolution.
Good luck answering that one, SLP. But honestly, you can't answer it, and you know it. Oro simply made clear that abiogenesis is part and parcel of evolution.
You said you answered this one. Show me again exactly how you did?
Oh, and you dropped this one too. Completely.
Care to address what he said, SLP? I don't think you can. I think you major in minors because you're not able to handle the fact that multiple experts, past and present, really do connect evolution and abiogenesis even down to 2009. You whine and wring your hands, and try to shoot the messenger because you're too limp to deal with the message, is that it?
|Nobel laureate Christian De Duve summarized the plenary session: "The participants unanimously accepted as indisputable the affirmation that the Universe, as well as life within it, are the products of long evolutionary histories..." (2009, Nmgirl's post) |
Don't try to hide behind CM or other low-octaners on this one. Git on here yourself if you dare, and answer to these realities. Ready yet?
FL, I answered them.
Again, the problem is not that Abiogenesis and Evolution are one in the same, but the impreciseness of the English language is at fault.
So, as I've and at least one other person has answered the evolution of "evolution", you could read what we stated.
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