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AoClay's Avatar Jump to comment 64 by AoClay

You seem to forget that creationists then argue about macro evolution or speciation or whatever they feel like that actually takes a good deal of time, and then say we haven't observed it, thus you lose. It's better to attack that way of thinking, and show even they don't agree with it. They don't see microrganisms getting killed, but I think they prefer to side with science on that, and the same goes for almost every crime scene. My point is, if he were to say "well, some evolutionary changes have been observed," then they'd simply say it wasn't a big enough change to count.

Fri, 22 Aug 2008 11:37:00 UTC | #222503