History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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The random could hardly lead up to the non-random

February 7th, 2016 · No Comments


My final point here is that the left doesn’t have to indulge in scientific/anti-scientific dilemmas over evolution. You can stand back and point to the non-random as it appears and use this to demur on claims for random evolution. Given this data, in world history no less, it is very unlikely that an earlier random evolution could have led up to a sudden appearance of non-random evolution, especially if the first is beyond observation while the latter is indeed observable…

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