brain sizes: Einstein's and women's: pop quiz
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Fri Jul 19 02:32:05 EST 2002
John Knight wrote:
> "Jen Larson" <straycat at udel.edu> wrote in message
> news:3D356186.437A7E5A at udel.edu...
> > RLW wrote:
> > > > >Actually, if you read what John himself has put up on his site,
> > > > >you'll notice that those who believe in YEC are in fact a minority.
> > > > YEC?
> > > Young Earth Creationism.
> > Wow, there's a big shocker :D
> > People who believe the Earth was created very
> > > recently, about 6000 years ago, and base this figure on the bible and
> > > other carefully selected pieces of 'evidence'.
> > :D LOL! It's fairly obvious that our Earth is a unique biosphere which
> > is in a universal perfection balance which fuels it's propulsion (on a
> > microcosmic level) and we are only able to glimpse the complexity of it
> > via the intense replication of this un-alterable principle readily
> > viewable to all elementary Earth scientists.
> > > If 49% of people believe in 'divinely guided' evolution, then they
> > > not be said to reject evolutionary theory outright, so his 91% figure is
> > > not correct.
> > There just has to be a creator, maybe :D
> > It's a minor point anyway. Feminazis are not the same as
> > > evolutionists and I doubt either group think humans and blue whales
> > > are identical. All it proves is that John Knight likes to mix and
> > > match his statistics.
> > It's possible that his corpus callosum is quite thick, it may have
> > overtaken his given 3 brain cells, plus the 18 billion head padding.
> Awesome. Truly awesome. Do you realize that not one single feminazi has
> been able to understand that oh so simple Gallup poll?
> They really do know how to confuse you folks when they want to, don't they?
> John Knight
> ps--pop quiz: based on this poll, how do you feminazis believe that people
> would respond to the following 3 simple questions:
> 1) God created life.
> 2) Life evolved with no help from God.
> 3) Dunno.
> Closed book. No peeking. Scout's honor. And be sure to check your work.
None of those are questions...
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