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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

The Wizard of Biomorph Land

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  1. I can't believe I wasted my time on reading this piece of rubbish, there is not even one alternative explanation to problems Richard Dawkins tried to answer in his books. But why should I expect.. Goddidit, didn't she?

  2. Thank you for your comment.

    Your statement establishes an arbitrary requirement.

    The alternate explanation is that his little experiment proved that creation by intelligent design is required to even conceive of, and in order to carry out, an experiment.

    Every single experiment that has ever taken place proved the same thing.

    But since you believe that evolutiondidit you will have to settle for quaint Victorian era tall tales.

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  3. AtheisttothecoreJune 1, 2009 at 10:33 AM

    aH your so right. I know what we should do. Lets believe in selective bits of an old book because my great-great grandfather told my great grand-father who told my grand father who told my father who told me it was true.

  4. I understand that, that is why you believe in Dawkins' tall tales but what is the point?
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  5. You just unwittingly got owned by Richard Dawkins on your own website.

    He acknowledges his computer program is not guided by natural selection. He explains why he can't program natural selection, but nature can.

    Also, if you can't see the advantages in all three aspects of the Orchid that allow it to mimic a wasp, then I kind of feel sorry for you, because I'm pretty sure a 5 year old could come up with plenty. Just because your obviously inferior mind can't pick out advantages, does not mean than they don't exist.

    Paradoxes and fallacies exist in all arguments ever made, depending on how language is interpreted. Theological fallacies however, are the most abundent and significant. Everything about theology is a fallacy, and even the parts that appear to be "logically consistent" are never empirically guided.

    In other words, don't try to present counter arguments to a theory that you are so obviously not mentally equipped to fully understand.


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