Monthly Archives: August 2006

One time more… The fascinating thing about fossils is how clear they are. In one layer, you can clearly see a sponge, in the next layer a perfectly formed fish. Funny that you don’t see anything in between—sort of a … Continue reading

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Aha! Good to see you back, Confanity. I do want to acknowledge that you are probably much better grounded in biology than I {bowing in respect} since one year in high school is all the formal biology education that I … Continue reading

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“Graham Cairns-Smith of the University of Scotland first proposed the clay-life theory about 40 years ago, and many scientists have since come to believe that life on earth must have begun from clay rather than in the the warm little … Continue reading

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-Um. You talk really big, but I’ve seen lots of support for evolution, and nothing that comes even close to refuting it. Well. I’ve never been accused of “talking big” before!    The sentence above just shows how narrow your … Continue reading

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I just want to say that I really consider it an honor that Confanity has seen fit to comment on my site. I appreciate very much the opportunity to explore my beliefs. Someone suggested that I block him, and I … Continue reading

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Evolution vs. Creation

Such a controversial issue.  So many beliefs.  I could never comprehensively cover the subject, but I will offer some thoughts on  issues Confanity brought up in comments.  I started to answer him there, but it got too long, so I’ll continue here. … Continue reading

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Confanity says that my assertion that there is no education apart from religion is easily disproven. I beg to differ. The quote: math, language arts, history, science, and all the other necessary fundamentals of a comprehensive education are by their … Continue reading

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