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Author: adman Date: Sep 6, 2008 15:23
Free Lunch wrote:
> On Fri, 5 Sep 2008 22:26:18 -0500, "adman" wrote in
>> Roger Lewin on the thermodynamic impossibility of evolution Science
>> "One problem biologists have faced is the apparent contradiction by
>> evolution of the second law of thermodynamics. Systems should decay
>> through time, giving less, not more, order."
>> British paleontologist Derek Ager:
>> The point emerges that if we examine the fossil record in detail,
>> whether at the level of orders or of species, we find-over and over
>> again-not gradual evolution, but the sudden explosion of one group
>> at the expense of another."
>> Stan L.Lindstedt, Ph.D.
>> "Far less evidence is required to establish an idea as a 'fact' than
>> is required to refute that fact, once established."
>> Russian evolutionist Alexander I. Oparin, The Origin of Life, which
>> was published in 1936:
>> "Unfortunately, the origin of the cell remains a question which is
>> actually the darkest point of the complete evolution theory".
> And only someone as intentionally ignorant as you would assume that no
> progress has been made since 1936.
> You are one amazing fool.
Sure. Progress with backward compatibility!