How Religion Drives Science and Why it Matters
That is so cool.Except for global warming, of course.
Goldilocks weather: Not too harsh, not too still. For the most part, just right.
The cloud formation and movement looks pretty consistent over the ten years.
podcast - "Serendipity and Exaptation: Circular Arguments for Darwinian Evolution"http://intelligentdesign.podomatic.com/entry/2013-08-23T17_39_21-07_00 Casey Luskin and guest Dr. Cornelius Hunter talk about the issue of serendipity and what it means for the modern theory of evolution. Dr. Hunter discusses how Darwinian evolutionists have relied heavily on serendipity and exaptation to explain complex features in biology and prop up their theory.
Hey batspit77, just wanted you know it was hilarious when even the IDiots at UD got tired of you trashing threads with your off topic C&P spamfests. Just to shut you up they gave you your own personal thread for your incessant mindless blithering. Guys in the science community are still laughing at that one. At you, not with you.
I'm thinking BA77 could make money raising cherries. He's certainly good at picking them.
@bornagain77: "podcast - "Serendipity and Exaptation: Circular Arguments for Darwinian Evolution"Thanks for the link. Evolution is a circular "science", which becomes obvious to one once he or she spends some time reading evolutionary literature. It is rarely inferred from the data, but normally superimposed over the data as a sort of narrative gloss or context.You are an encyclopedia of references, and I'm sure you've seen this one, but I think it compliments the one you provided nicely:http://www.discovery.org/a/2816
What evolutionary literature in particular led you to think evolution is a circular theory?
Alethinon61Evolution is a circular "science", which becomes obvious to one once he or she spends some time reading evolutionary literature.What evolutionary literature have you actually read?
Margaret Atwood has a new book "MaddAddam" where the world's humanity gets taken over by pig hybrids. Didn't that already happen?
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