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Number of Posts:1731
Registered on:9/14/2012
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re: What's your favorite quote? - mattloc
[img]http://beginningandend.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Texas-Cheerleaders-Banned-from-using-Bible-verses.jpg[/img]...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
I really have to go back to writing my brief...but I will be back... I always enjoying sparring with you guys even if we dont agree :cheers:...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]I love quote mining. Its the best.[/quote] as opposed to what ...unsubstantiated speculation passed off as fact, which you appear to be fond of...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[link=(http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2014/09/05/the-erotic-endurance-of-whale-hips/)]National Geographic[/link] :dunno: ...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]You were quoting from creation.com [/quote] Time to step away from the computer...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]but it's amazing what lessening gravity's influence can do on body mass.[/quote] If it can turn a fox into a whale, what would it do to an elephant :cheers:...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]unobservable and untestable form of what has turned into junk science [/quote] Sorry but that was mine....but glad you thought it to be quotable...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]They have no supportive or reproductive function.[/quote] While [whale hips] may not be essential for walking, they still matter a lot to whales. To see why, we have to go back to those hips of land mammals.... Among other things, they anchor muscles that control the sex organs. If these...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]Right. You got embarrassed. [/quote] :lol:Right .. that doesnt change the fact that you blindly support an unobservable and untestable form of what has turned into junk science “I believe that one day the Darwinian myth will be ranked the greatest deceit in the history of science.” ...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]Modern day whales have certain anatomical structures which have no other reason to be there[/quote] these may be bones that support the reproductive organs which would explain why the bones are different in males and females...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]Yup, read it... it doesn't say anything that supports your claim. In fact, it supports just the opposite.[/quote] You missed my point. My point is that consensus frequently changes. there are numerous problems with Gingerich's position as well as his theories about whale intermediaries ...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
Yahoo! News News Home - Yahoo! - My Yahoo! - News Alerts - Help Reuters New Media Home Top Stories Business Tech Politics World Local Entertainment Sports Op/Ed Science Health Full Coverage Science - Reuters - updated 5:11 PM ET Sep 19 My Add to My Yahoo! Reuter...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]It doesn't at all. The M.O. of the organization he's quoting from[/quote] I just provide you with a link to a news articl. Maybe you lack reading comprehision skills to click the link and actually read it...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote] both of the hypotheses re: whale ancestors point toward terrestrial species being the precursor. You made a terribly inaccurate claim that we had no examples of morphology changing, and I showed you just such an example in whales. [/quote] What specific example did you give other than a g...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]What makes a dinosaur a more effective species than a bird?[/quote] If being a "faster eater" is the criterion ??...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[link=(http://web.archive.org/web/20010919215411/http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/nm/20010919/sc/science_whales_dc_1.html)] Gingerich quote[/link]...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]The selective pressure will force out the parent population leaving the fast eater to carry on and propagate leading to a speciation event once the two populations can longer interbreed. [/quote] which leads one to question the efficeincy of evolutionary process, since birds are certain...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
There is hardly consensus on the evolution of the whale and up until recently no fossil evidence. The recent examples now cited by scientists as having been whale intermediates appear to rebut previous assumptions. [b]Until now paleontologists thought whales had evolved from mesonychians, an ext...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]We are talking gradual changes over the course of millions of years. Species branch out, extremely small changes take place and so on, over the course of multiple mutations you have a new species[/quote] You state this witha degree of certainty that belies the fossil record, or any other...
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re: Evolution and the origin of humankind (not religious) - mattloc
[quote]That's funny, given that evolution is the most extensively tested theory in the history of the biological sciences.[/quote] The "fact" of evolution is the backbone of biology, and biology is thus in the peculiar position of being a science founded on an unproved theory-is it then a science...
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