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<< >From a recent op-ed piece in the New York Times:
> > http://www.nytimes.com/yr/mo/day/oped/13behe.html
> > -Fred
> > Chicago
Thank you for the article. Very nice; one or two arguable points and
though they're relatively minor, I'm surprised that Mr. Behe made them in
of the rest of his article. His main point, that we must broaden discussion,
not limit it, is, I think, without refute.
Again, thank you.
Did anyone think though that there was a fallacy in the article? Straw man?
The fallacy of presenting the theory of evolutions argument in a weakened or
misrepresented version so that it can be easily refuted?
We do not depend on drawings made many years ago to find similarities in
fetuses, but can it see for ourselves in practically any natural museum.
There is no doubt that all the finches on the Galapagos evolved from one type
That all mammals....and etc.