I am intimately involved with my peanut butter. As William F Buckley
says, it's a poor man's caviar.
mmmmm... peanut butter.... what was the question?
On 4/6/07, qsrvbas@xxxxxxxxxxxx <qsrvbas@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
All you need to disprove enolution is peanut butter (and an incredible lack ofWow. It's so simple; how could I have missed that? It's obvious. I
knowledge of the subject you are discussing)
guess evolution is false after all.
Then again, I must confess that I've never actually _analyzed_ even
the smallest bit of my peanut butter to actually determine if any
new life was in there. I'm not sure how I'd know if it _was_ "new
life" if it happened to look anything like old life. And without my
trusty electron microscope, I assert that I'm innocent of any claims
that I could have started analysis in any meaningful sense. And
since we already know that even general bio-chemical methods are
gonna turn up little besides organic compounds including actual
living organisms in any foodstuffs, I could be forgiven for thinking
none of the material was "new life" even if it was. Further...
Ya' know, on second thought, maybe it's not so obvious.
Doesn't say much for our educational system that at least two
apparently functional members of our society (the two video people)
could be impressed by the argument. And they seem to think that a
large number of others would also be impressed. (Sigh... a large
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