That idiot Darwin

From: Damien Broderick (
Date: Fri Jan 12 2001 - 21:45:44 MST

At 06:49 PM 12/01/01 -0800, johnn marlow wrote:

>> Do you question this theory [evolution]?

>**I refute it.

No, you *deny* it. If you refuted it, you'd be worthy of a Nobel Prize, not
to mention a Templeton Award.

>Obviously portions of it are true

There's nothing *obvious* about it--it takes hard work and study to see why
evolution is incomparably our best theory, in biology, cosmology and indeed

>**To suggest that something like Man ("in
>apprehension, how like a god") is the result of
>anything other than a conscious, directed, intelligent
>effort is absurd.

Sigh. Why am I not surprised to read this?

>If memory serves, Darwin himself
>conceded his theory had fatal flaws (the eye, for
>example; too complex, too soon); they have not, as
>yet, been corrected.

I love it! The major theory underlying all today's science is fundamentally
wrong, and here's the evidence: a bright guy who died 119 years ago missed
some of the subsequent supporting evidence and lines of development.

Damien Broderick

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