JDay123 at BellSouth.net (Jd) wrote:
>>But what science does in classifying fossils has nothing to do with
>>violating any breeding rules.
>>>with no proof whatsoever that thousands of these creatures did
>>>indeed exist, and breed as a species.
>>>>No, we don't know that thousands existed, though it seems likely.
>>Right. You have faith that they existed when in fact the bone in
>question could have very well been from a mutant, yet you guys
>decided by faith that it represents an entire species.
No we don't decide by faith. We label the classification as a
hypothesis and then look for confirmation. Scientists have no problem
throwing out a hypothesis that gets no confirmation, and there is no
knowledge that is beyond testing one more time.