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Science and Theories

From: user 3.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 8, 2007 8:42 AM
Scientists don't 'believe' - we test hypotheses, and Darwinian  Evolution is one of the most tested scientific Theories (note capital T) extent.  What makes you think that as an individual you can so casually negate and invalidate more than a century of efforts of thousands of biologists?  To do so, you must:
       o create your own set of (falsifiable) hypotheses.
       o perform tests on them
       o publish your in a peer reviewed journal

Not only does Evolution provide an intellectually satisfying explanation to life, it helps us to better understand our situation on earth and to improve it - something which religions such as christianity could never do.
---- Todd Maher <[address removed]> wrote: 
> I personally don't believe in social Darwinism, or Darwin's theory of evolution, but I don't believe it makes me an immoral or uncompassionate person to believe in creationism.

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