On Sat, 6 Mar 2004 16:00:32 +0000 (UTC),
seanpitnos...@naturalselection.0catch.com (Sean Pitman) wrote:This is nothing more than one of the enduring fallacies - an argument
>seanpitnos...@naturalselection.0catch.com (Sean Pitman) wrote in message <news:email@example.com>...
>> "Frank Reichenbacher" <vesuv...@speakeasy.net> wrote in message <news:H9-dnR7YE4srh9vdRVnfirstname.lastname@example.org>...
>> > > At some point no one can
>> > Naturally you snipped two places in my post where I note that there is
>It is easy to say this in so many words, but isn't this really nothing
Just what is this "great weight of current evidence" (Hint: Your
wonder at the natural world doesn't qualify as "evidence"). ANd while
you are considering that question., you may want to consider another
question: Can you articulate a falsifiable theory of Intelligent
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