Joined: Dec. 2005
|Darwin’s finches, which by legend is what led Darwin to his theory, do not exhibit evolution at all.|
####! They figured it out!
|What we see is selection acting to promote or suppress the frequency of pre-existing genes within a the gene pool of a single species.|
Yeah, really. If that's anything, it's NOT evolution.
|I would guess the mutations from breeding pair to offspring were few, meaning there would have been a more or less closely related chain of animals from the ancestor of the Grizzly we started with to the modern Grizzly.|
If the neo-Darwinian paradigm is vaguely correct we should see chains of relatedness between all life. Currently we see great gaps everywhere.
Well, punctuated equilibrium cleared that up 40 years ago.
Maybe this guy can explain. He seems to have the jargon down.
|Once ID has a better grasp on recognizing which parts of the universe can be reliably detected or fruitfully researched as designed, (possibly through design constraints, retrodictive ceilings, or something of the like) I see this comparative approach being used as a “hypothetical imperative” more frequently since it doesn’t require a protracted probabilistic calculation.|
Comment by JosephCCampana — May 11, 2006 @ 10:29 am
See? The grizzly retrodick got caught in the ceiling!
I have been wowwed by the bs.
It sounds like ID people can see the evidence for evolution, but they just can't bring themselves to call it evolution.
I have a challenge question for ID people (intended to force them to make YEC arguments):
Could a species be designed so that eventually it becomes two species? Or once a species is designed is that species forever fixed?
Maybe I'll start a thread and an ID person will show up to answer that. Of course, ID has no position on this and cannot answer this question whatsoever, but it would be interesting to see the "mental" gymnastics required to jibe ID "scientific" rhetoric with the underlying YEC worldview.
("It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into."--Jonathan Swift)