Theories of Evolution

S. LaBonne labonnes at csc.albany.edu
Thu Aug 25 12:33:01 EST 1994


In article <33hnkk$e6j at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>,
I. Badcoe <mbbad at s-crim1.dl.ac.uk> wrote:
>
>	"Please don't waste our time with these *STUPID* and obviously flawed
>	 ideas.  How dare you invoke a theory which you obviously don't
>	 understand merely in order to try and disprove another theory which
>	 obviously don't understand (and to which it can only be applied with
>	 great care) ?
>
>	 Worse than that, how dare you do it in a newsgroup which by its very
>	 nature caters to those who do understand (and believe) the latter
>	 theory (so there's *NO*CHANCE* of you persuading any of them,
>	 anyway).
>
>	 I can only assume that your real intention was just to trigger a
>	 Flame-Fest.  Well done.  Now go and do it somewhere else."
 And once again, the appropriate "somewhere else" is talk.origins, where
there are lots of people who love this sort of debate.  


-- 
Steve LaBonne                      (labonnes at csc.albany.edu)
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