Need clear valid evidence of transitional form
foster at cs.uidaho.edu
Fri Jan 26 14:14:51 EST 1996
Ed Rybicki (ED at MOLBIOL.UCT.AC.ZA) wrote:
: > From: billm at BIOTECH.UFL.EDU (Bill McKendree)
: > Subject: Re: Need clear valid evidence of transitional form
: > Date: 25 Jan 1996 09:47:17 -0800
: > Ed Rybicki writes: "of?..
: > Im just an observer in this game, but It would seem to me that your
: > bias has gotten in the way of objective science. Instead of giving the
: > "creationists" what they expect, such as the kneejerk reaction I just read,
: > why not answer their questions like a scientist? Give evidence and data to
: > support conclusions, otherwise your science is not a science at all, but a
: > religion.
: I was asking what the poster wanted evidence for transitional forms
: OF - otherwise his question was so broad as to be simply so naive as
: to require considerable qualification before it could ba answered
: meaningfully, or simply provocative. Which I believe to be the case
: judging by the personal reply I got. It is not unscientific to ask
: people to better define their questions, is it?
I didn't read your "knee jerk" response. But here's mine: YOU are a
transitional form...falling somewhere between where homo sapiens was and
where it is going.
The evidence is overwhelming...but as you say you can't present it all
without a specific question. Unless your answer is: take a biology
course (which is also appropriate for such a general question).
James A. Foster email: foster at cs.uidaho.edu
Laboratory for Applied Logic Dept. of Computer Science
University of Idaho www: http://www.cs.uidaho.edu/~foster
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