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Book: The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution (£4.70 delivered) @ Amazon

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This is the cheapest I could find for the paperback version of this book. Charles Darwin’s masterpiece, On the Origin of Species, shook society to its core on publication in 1859. Darwin was only…
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This is the cheapest I could find for the paperback version of this book.

Charles Darwin’s masterpiece, On the Origin of Species, shook society to its core on publication in 1859. Darwin was only too aware of the storm his theory of evolution would provoke but he would surely have raised an incredulous eyebrow at the controversy still raging a century and a half later. Evolution is accepted as scientific fact by all reputable scientists and indeed theologians, yet millions of people continue to question its veracity.

In The Greatest Show on Earth Richard Dawkins takes on creationists, including followers of ‘Intelligent Design’ and all those who question the fact of evolution through natural selection. Like a detective arriving on the scene of a crime, he sifts through fascinating layers of scientific facts and disciplines to build a cast-iron case: from the living examples of natural selection in birds and insects; the ‘time clocks’ of trees and radioactive dating that calibrate a timescale for evolution; the fossil record and the traces of our earliest ancestors; to confirmation from molecular biology and genetics. All of this, and much more, bears witness to the truth of evolution.

The Greatest Show on Earth comes at a critical time: systematic opposition to the fact of evolution is now flourishing as never before, especially in America. In Britain and elsewhere in the world, teachers witness insidious attempts to undermine the status of science in their classrooms. Richard Dawkins provides unequivocal evidence that boldly and comprehensively rebuts such nonsense. At the same time he shares with us his palpable love of the natural world and the essential role that science plays in its interpretation. Written with elegance, wit and passion, it is hard-hitting, absorbing and totally convincing.
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Darwin and dawkins are right, apeisim is the only way, just think without evolution theory we would never had had the likes of nazisim, communisim etc, how else could racism be justified other than the theory that certain races are not as evolved as others, or superior races.

just think what germany would be like if by using one of evolutionisims apeistic concepts eugenics if hitler hadnt murdered hundreds of thousands of disabled men, women and children, war vets, homeless et al. or even pol pot he just had anyone considered to have faulty genes executed, have glasses..you got bad genes, gotta clean up the gene pool of all defects.

the universe created itself, when nothing exploded and created everything,the fact that only one of evolution theories branches can be defined as science is irrelevant as apeists we dont need to have fact, we have propaganda. and using Hitler maxim, "give me the text books, and we control the state" or if you tell a lie long enough, the people believe it"

so of stellar ( how the stars evolved), planetary, chemical, organic, micro, macro evolution even though only one is supported by the scientific method and the others use circular reason and tax money and repetition of the mantra this means nothing to us apeists

the universe created itself, when nothing exploded, creating everything. the stars created themselves, planets formed, here on earth it all of a sudden began to rain and millions of years later after evolving from rocks a single celled organism ( our great grandmama ) evolved. it then split up with itself and got back together to reproduce and its babies evolved into dinosaurs, daffodils, apples bananas, tony blair, pineapples, donkeys me you and apes.

then stupid people that believe god created the universe haha, as if. why cant they believe were related to cucumbers via our common ancestor which evolved from a rock huh.

may the apples and banans of our monkey ancestors surround you all
#2
may the apples and banans of our monkey ancestors surround you all
.

Genius.
1 Like #3
I've just finished reading this: a fantastic book. He perhaps harps on a little too vehemently about creationists. In spite of this he provides a thorough and compelling case for evolution. It's a book that makes you look at the world around you with renewed wonder. Highly recommended.
2 Likes #4
thebopple
He perhaps harps on a little too vehemently about creationists.

No doubt due to the annoyance they present when they speak their views loudly as if they were the truth but have no evidence whatsoever other than they heard it and it seems to support the concept of God so it must be true.
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Reading Dawkins' books in the order he wrote them it's interesting to see how he started out as an evolutionary biologist with sympathy and patience for the religious views of others but after years of the same pointless arguments his patience has long gone.

I think what talkingtoapes is trying to say in his first 2 paragraphs is: bad people like Hitler used evolutionary theory to justify what he did, therefore evolution isn't true. After that he seems to believe we evolved from rocks - I'm guessing he hasn't read much Dawkins (or Hawking either).
4 Likes #6
Ahem, first post? Did you sign up especially to spam this deal with your ridiculous notions and propaganda?

Nearly everything you say sounds like a line from the Discovery Institute or AiG and it is all rubbish. Evolution doesn't say any of the things that you claim it is and for the record, Hitler was a Catholic (read Mein Kampf).

I strongly recommend this book to you and all readers looking for pointers towards the evidence.

And don't take my word for it; think for yourselves.
1 Like #7
A really good book at this price.
Also well worth a read on the same topic is Jerry Coyne
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Why-Evolution-True-Jerry-Coyne/dp/0199230854
Can't get link to work...





Edited By: D00nhamer on Jan 12, 2011 12:19
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Talking to apes has really cheered me up no end. I was feeling a little tired after a long day at work, then all of a sudden I have a big smile on my face after reading his post.

He manages to blend an ignorance of biology, astrology (sorry it’s catching), physics, chemistry and history together with a large dose of indecipherable prose. Throw in a few non sequiturs for good measure and you have comedy gold. Awesome.

Aren't you glad the creationist army never went to school?
1 Like #9
ianbaker1
Talking to apes has really cheered me up no end. I was feeling a little tired after a long day at work, then all of a sudden I have a big smile on my face after reading his post.

He manages to blend an ignorance of biology, astrology (sorry it’s catching), physics, chemistry and history together with a large dose of indecipherable prose. Throw in a few non sequiturs for good measure and you have comedy gold. Awesome.

Aren't you glad the creationist army never went to school?


There is a nice video about his type here
#10
^ that's a funny video! (and yet completely un-amusing when you come to contemplate the future of humanity...)
1 Like #11
Wow! That video, assuming the statistics are reliable, is more than a little worrying.
#12
Nothing like a Dawkins related post to get things going.

Purely for the purpose of balance check out a book by Professor Alister McGrath, The Dawkins Delusion.
1 Like #13
talkingtoapes has a small brain :)
#14
talkingtoapes is an evolutionary cul-de-sac.
#15
To quote Ricky Gervais: "I thank god for making me an atheist".
#16
talkingtoapes
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That has to be one of the greatest posts ever! Mental. :D
1 Like #17
I already know there is no such thing as god, so i dont need to buy the book.
Good price though, Have some heat from the fires of hell :-)
#18
Or you could just download it here on Bittorrent for free from:

http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/5120569/Richard_Dawkins_--_Greatest_Show_On_Earth__PDF__RTF

or if you need an Epub format (and don't know about Calibre) then here:

http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/5117539/Richard_Dawkins_-_The_Greatest_Show_on_Earth_epub.rar

Richard Dawkins' is a marvellous read on this subject (if you like a tedious surfeit of examples!...his writing style), but he suffers from a 'great and good' mentality of the 'old school' type. He set up his own website and, for a time, attracted huge numbers of contributors to that site's forum. It failed spectacularly in acrimony and dissent.

I wrote to him a few years before the failure, having been 'banned' from his forum by his 'moderators' for not being a fanboi (username: cregaune). But, at that stage, Prof. Dawkins had let his fame go to his head and didn't even credit me with the small decency of a reply. Very depressing.

Ok, so I harbour a bit of resentment. Decide for yourself, but please use your ebook reader to peruse his material for free, before you add to his undeserving coffers. We may all be atheists, but we don't need to underpin the finances of nobles who don't appreciate their obligations.
#19
valiant

Richard Dawkins' is a marvellous read on this subject (if you like a tedious surfeit of examples!...his writing style), but he suffers from a 'great and good' mentality of the 'old school' type. He set up his own website and, for a time, attracted huge numbers of contributors to that site's forum. It failed spectacularly in acrimony and dissent.

I wrote to him a few years before the failure, having been 'banned' from his forum by his 'moderators' for not being a fanboi (username: cregaune). But, at that stage, Prof. Dawkins had let his fame go to his head and didn't even credit me with the small decency of a reply. Very depressing.

Ok, so I harbour a bit of resentment. Decide for yourself, but please use your ebook reader to peruse his material for free, before you add to his undeserving coffers. We may all be atheists, but we don't need to underpin the finances of nobles who don't appreciate their obligations.

Like my Murphy's, I'm not bitter...
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This is a very good book and a fantastic read. Good price.

Oh and I must address:
just think without evolution theory we would never had had the likes of nazisim, communisim etc, how else could racism be justified other than the theory that certain races are not as evolved as others, or superior races.


Quite apart from the fact that Hitler was a Catholic and Stalin learned his morals in the Othodox Seminary where he was educated, it does no harm to remember that the god of the bible has a thing or two to say about genocide....

Observe what I command you this day. Behold, I am driving out from before you the Amorite and the Canaanite and the Hittite and the Perizzite and the Hivite and the Jebusite. Take heed to yourself, lest you make a covenant with the inhabitants of the land where you are going, lest it be a snare in your midst. But you shall destroy their altars, break their sacred pillars, and cut down their wooden images (For you shall worship no other god, for the Lord, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God.)

Exodus, Chapter 34, verses 11-14


You will chase your enemies, and they shall fall by the sword before you. Five of you shall chase a hundred, and a hundred of you shall put ten thousand to flight; your enemies shall fall by the sword before you. For I will look on you favorably and make you fruitful, multiply you and confirm My covenant with you. You shall eat the old harvest, and clear out the old because of the new.

Leviticus, Chapter 26, verses 7-9

#21
For arguably the most EPIC HUKD chat on a similar topic, see this thread!

Edited By: windhoek on Jan 20, 2011 10:39: -
#22
Mottmania
Nothing like a Dawkins related post to get things going.

Purely for the purpose of balance check out a book by Professor Alister McGrath, The Dawkins Delusion.


Flea...
#23
The trouble is many of the comments from evolutionists are just as bigoted and ill-informed as those by some creationists and I for one find that all rather tedious. By all means read this or whatever you wish but please make sure you have balanced your reading. You will always have a biased view if your reading has been biased - whichever side of the fence you're on. To have a fair understanding of any subject like this you need to have read sensibly on both sides of the debate.

As options for the other side of the debate you might try the following, both written from a scientific perspective:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Evolution-Theory-Crisis-Michael-Denton/dp/091756152X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1295488661&sr=1-1

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Darwins-Black-Box-Michael-Behe/dp/0743290313/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1295488705&sr=1-1

The other problem is this whole subject has been hijacked and turned into a debate about the existence of God. In reality the matter of creation/evolution is a separate one from the God question. Whether you're an evolutionist or not the question "Is there a God?" still remains.
#24
ElvisPriestly
The trouble is many of the comments from evolutionists are just as bigoted and ill-informed as those by some creationists and I for one find that all rather tedious. By all means read this or whatever you wish but please make sure you have balanced your reading. You will always have a biased view if your reading has been biased - whichever side of the fence you're on. To have a fair understanding of any subject like this you need to have read sensibly on both sides of the debate.

As options for the other side of the debate you might try the following, both written from a scientific perspective:

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FEvolution-Theory-Crisis-Michael-Denton%2Fdp%2F091756152X%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fs%3Dbooks%26ie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1295488661%26sr%3D1-1]
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Evolution-Theory-Crisis-Michael-Denton/dp/091756152X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1295488661&sr=1-1[/url]

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FDarwins-Black-Box-Michael-Behe%2Fdp%2F0743290313%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fs%3Dbooks%26ie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1295488705%26sr%3D1-1]
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Darwins-Black-Box-Michael-Behe/dp/0743290313/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1295488705&sr=1-1[/url]

The other problem is this whole subject has been hijacked and turned into a debate about the existence of God. In reality the matter of creation/evolution is a separate one from the God question. Whether you're an evolutionist or not the question "Is there a God?" still remains.


So you think people should read biblical creationist books to "balance" reading science books!

Does that apply to astronomy, biology, chemistry, physics, all the earth sciences, etc etc?

We need to read books from creationist wingnuts, that most people probably wouldn't want to leave their kids with, to provide balance after reading David Attenborourgh or Patric Moore or Brian Cox?
2 Likes #25
I've read the God Delusion and found it quite hard going and harshly worded. I bought the hard back edition of The Greatest Show on Earth and I have to say it's a fantastic book. Wonderful pictures and illustrations that support the discussions in the book that are laid out in a very logical way. The book does not just state his own opinion but also provides links and references to all the scientifically peer reviewed and accepted evidence so you can go do your own research. Something that creationist books do not provide.
#26
D00nhamer
ElvisPriestly
The trouble is many of the comments from evolutionists are just as bigoted and ill-informed as those by some creationists and I for one find that all rather tedious. By all means read this or whatever you wish but please make sure you have balanced your reading. You will always have a biased view if your reading has been biased - whichever side of the fence you're on. To have a fair understanding of any subject like this you need to have read sensibly on both sides of the debate.As options for the other side of the debate you might try the following, both written from a scientific perspective: [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FEvolution-Theory-Crisis-Michael-Denton%2Fdp%2F091756152X%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fs%3Dbooks%26ie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1295488661%26sr%3D1-1][/url][url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FEvolution-Theory-Crisis-Michael-Denton%2Fdp%2F091756152X%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fs%3Dbooks%26amp%3Bie%3DUTF8%26amp%3Bqid%3D1295488661%26amp%3Bsr%3D1-1]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Evolution-Theory-Crisis-Michael-Denton/dp/091756152X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1295488661&sr=1-1[/url][url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FDarwins-Black-Box-Michael-Behe%2Fdp%2F0743290313%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fs%3Dbooks%26ie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1295488705%26sr%3D1-1][/url][url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FDarwins-Black-Box-Michael-Behe%2Fdp%2F0743290313%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fs%3Dbooks%26amp%3Bie%3DUTF8%26amp%3Bqid%3D1295488705%26amp%3Bsr%3D1-1]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Darwins-Black-Box-Michael-Behe/dp/0743290313/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1295488705&sr=1-1[/url]The other problem is this whole subject has been hijacked and turned into a debate about the existence of God. In reality the matter of creation/evolution is a separate one from the God question. Whether you're an evolutionist or not the question "Is there a God?" still remains.
So you think people should read biblical creationist books to "balance" reading science books!Does that apply to astronomy, biology, chemistry, physics, all the earth sciences, etc etc?We need to read books from creationist wingnuts, that most people probably wouldn't want to leave their kids with, to provide balance after reading David Attenborourgh or Patric Moore or Brian Cox?

I think you've missed my point. The books I linked to are written from a scientific point of view, asking scientific questions of the theory of evolution - so I wasn't really talking about the biblical creationist point of view. Hence my comments about the whole God question being dragged into it all. I'm simply arguing for a proper scientific balance where we can openly and honestly test evolutionary theory. The minute you refuse to test and question a scientific theory you've become unscientific.
#27
ElvisPriestly


I think you've missed my point. The books I linked to are written from a scientific point of view, asking scientific questions of the theory of evolution - so I wasn't really talking about the biblical creationist point of view. Hence my comments about the whole God question being dragged into it all. I'm simply arguing for a proper scientific balance where we can openly and honestly test evolutionary theory. The minute you refuse to test and question a scientific theory you've become unscientific.


Just the usual creationist "teach the controversy" nonsense...

http://liberalvaluesblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/teach-both-theories.jpg

Edited By: D00nhamer on Jan 20, 2011 09:35: Picture
#28
thanks for this, OP. it's bound to be a good read and worth a fiver.

also, if anyone's interested - and in London - Dawkins is chairing a talk on evolution/genetic mutation in a couple of weeks.

Edited By: gamera on Jan 20, 2011 09:36
#29
D00nhamer
ElvisPriestly
I think you've missed my point. The books I linked to are written from a scientific point of view, asking scientific questions of the theory of evolution - so I wasn't really talking about the biblical creationist point of view. Hence my comments about the whole God question being dragged into it all. I'm simply arguing for a proper scientific balance where we can openly and honestly test evolutionary theory. The minute you refuse to test and question a scientific theory you've become unscientific.
Just the usual creationist "teach the controversy" nonsense...

I wasn't aware I'd stated my own opinion or indeed that I'd personally given any arguments for or against creation or evolution. Again, the point I'm trying to make is simply that there is evidence both for and against and that we should read sensibly and fairly on the subject.
#30
ElvisPriestly


I wasn't aware I'd stated my own opinion or indeed that I'd personally given any arguments for or against creation or evolution. Again, the point I'm trying to make is simply that there is evidence both for and against and that we should read sensibly and fairly on the subject.


You are just, as I said previously, supporting the religious policy of "teach the controversy". A controversy that does not in fact exist but is only manufactured by the proponents of creationism and intelligent design.
2 Likes #31
Belief in scientific reason and god are not mutually exclusive. (That's why the Vatican has an observatory). Tired of hearing anti religion rants when discussing evolution, you can believe in both its down to interpretations of religious texts.

Oh and before you say nutjob I'm not religious but have the decency to accept others belief systems.
#32
D00nhamer
ElvisPriestly
I wasn't aware I'd stated my own opinion or indeed that I'd personally given any arguments for or against creation or evolution. Again, the point I'm trying to make is simply that there is evidence both for and against and that we should read sensibly and fairly on the subject.
You are just, as I said previously, supporting the religious policy of "teach the controversy". A controversy that does not in fact exist but is only manufactured by the proponents of creationism and intelligent design.

I think we're each talking about different things. You're talking about religious agendas whereas I'm simply calling for a scientific theory (evolution) to be assessed and critiqued openly and honestly - just as any other scientific theory must be. When we do so things may not turn out to be as straight forward as we thought. At the very least, there are certainly some matters of scientific evidence that cause difficulties for the theory of evolution. Answers to these may be reached but to ignore them is to become unscientific.

But the religious thing really has nothing to do with my point. I go back to my comments about this whole thing being hijacked by the God question. It's irrelevent to the point I'm trying to make. I would like people to discuss and analyse the theory of evolution without trying to prove or disprove any added agendas. Bringing in added agendas just complicates and distracts from the matter in hand. I believe we owe it to ourselves to treat evolutionary theory in exactly the same way as we would any other scientific theory - whatever view we may personally hold.

jut1972
Belief in scientific reason and god are not mutually exclusive. (That's why the Vatican has an observatory). Tired of hearing anti religion rants when discussing evolution, you can believe in both its down to interpretations of religious texts.Oh and before you say nutjob I'm not religious but have the decency to accept others belief systems.

I believe what jut1972 says is also an important point to make.


Edited By: ElvisPriestly on Jan 20, 2011 10:48: Spelling
#33
ElvisPriestly
D00nhamer
ElvisPriestly
I wasn't aware I'd stated my own opinion or indeed that I'd personally given any arguments for or against creation or evolution. Again, the point I'm trying to make is simply that there is evidence both for and against and that we should read sensibly and fairly on the subject.
You are just, as I said previously, supporting the religious policy of "teach the controversy". A controversy that does not in fact exist but is only manufactured by the proponents of creationism and intelligent design.
I think we're each talking about different things. You're talking about religious agendas whereas I'm simply calling for a scientific theory (evolution) to be assessed and critiqued openly and honestly - just as any other scientific theory must be. When we do so things may not turn out to be as straight forward as we thought. At the very least, there are certainly some matters of scientific evidence that cause difficulties for the theory of evolution. Answers to these may be reached but to ignore them is to become unscientific.But the religious thing really has nothing to do with my point. I go back to my comments about this whole thing being hijacked by the God question. It's irrelevent to the point I'm trying to make. I would like people to discuss and analyse the theory of evolution without trying to prove or disprove any added agendas. Bringing in added agendas just complicates and distracts from the matter in hand. I believe we owe it to ourselves to treat evolutionary theory in exactly the same way as we would any other scientific theory - whatever view we may personaly hold.

The problem is that what you believe to be controversy is nothing of the sort. Behe, Denton and the rest of the people who lobby against evolution (none of whom, you should note, are evolutionary biologists) simply reuse old arguments that have long been discredited.

You should read about the Dover trial if you want to see how Behe's arguments were handled in a court of law.
1 Like #34
jut1972
Belief in scientific reason and god are not mutually exclusive. (That's why the Vatican has an observatory).

Yep. The Vatican sure loves science. There's nothing it likes better than individuals challenging perceived "wisdom" / religious dogma which has been passed down the millennia. The scientific approach is the antithesis of the blind, unquestioning, unchallenging, doctrinal faith system perpetuated by the Vatican.

[Despite the Vatican having its own observatory, I seem to recall that it wasn't too keen on Gallileo's "herectical" use of his telescope.]
#35
Yes 300 years ago.

Challenging religion through science is good if it advances understanding but that doesn't mean you need to denigrate others deeply held beliefs as Richard Dawkins does.
#36
ElvisPriestly
...At the very least, there are certainly some matters of scientific evidence that cause difficulties for the theory of evolution....


Please tell us more....
#37
jut1972
Belief in scientific reason and god are not mutually exclusive. (That's why the Vatican has an observatory). Tired of hearing anti religion rants when discussing evolution, you can believe in both its down to interpretations of religious texts.

Oh and before you say nutjob I'm not religious but have the decency to accept others belief systems.


I sort of used to think that in my 'formative years'. Trouble is, when you take evolution to its natural conclusion they just can't co-exist (people can, theories can't!). At what stage did a god step in? When our ancestors started using tools? Perhaps the god was there overlooking, prodding them in the right direction (the creationists version of the start of 2001)? Perhaps, when they became 'self aware'? When they were single celled organisms? Or before life began? Maybe when the earth formed from star stuff? Maybe when our star formed?

Then you get to the big bang...something from nothing? We still don't understand that really...yep that's where I'll have god step in...god lit the fuse. But there you have it, it's where science gets a bit complicated or doesn't have a definitive answer. Perhaps one day there will be an answer even to this and then where does god step in?

Evolution is just part of the scientific explanation of how the universe works. It's pretty much 'scientific fact'. You can reject it, you can put up alternative theories but if you accept the theory as most scientists do then you have to accept everything that goes with it and that includes the probable non existence of a deity.

I'm afraid you just have to make a decision which way to go! I should add IMO!

Hey that was fun!

Edited By: hotyoda on Jan 20, 2011 11:53
#38
Godwin's law (also known as Godwin's Rule of Nazi Analogies or Godwin's Law of Nazi Analogies) is a humorous observation made by Mike Godwin in 1989 which has become an Internet adage. It states: "As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1." In other words, Godwin put forth the hyperbolic observation that, given enough time, in any online discussion—regardless of topic or scope— someone inevitably criticizes some point made in the discussion by comparing it to beliefs held by Hitler and the Nazis. Godwin has argued that overuse of Nazi and Hitler comparisons should be avoided, because it robs the valid comparisons of their impact.

And in the very first post as well. Absolute monster, go on my son.
#39
D00nhamer
ElvisPriestly
...At the very least, there are certainly some matters of scientific evidence that cause difficulties for the theory of evolution....


Please tell us more....

Yes please. Tell us more.
And if this is a 'God of the gaps' argument, I'll bloody scream!
#40
Blah, blah, blah, blah.

Thousands of years of trying:
Not. One. Shred. Of. Evidence.

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