Re: Re: Extropianism & Theology
Mon, 1 Mar 1999 08:19:50 EST

In a message dated 3/1/99 12:47:52 AM, you wrote:

<<It appears as if ASpidle complained to Tim:

|Whoa there Tim. There isn't
|enough time since the beginning of the Universe to get from blue green algae
|to amoebas, much less to people if natural selection from random mutations is
|the only mechanism.

I suggest you quote your sources for this claim of yours.

What's your name? A source is Stuart Kaufmann's book, "At Home in the Universe." I'm not arguing against evolution, but that there must be a step before Natural Selection that limits the number of options to be selected.

Not a compaint, but an assertion, can you tell the difference?