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    Post #9 The problem with the quote from Dr....

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    The problem with the quote from Dr. Baker, when taken into context of the 'whole' article is that it is a frivolous rhetorical devise statement, and when Marcos Eberlin uses the quote he...
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    Than there is not problem with the "breaking" of...

    Than there is not problem with the "breaking" of genes is a part of the natural evolutionary process.
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    The Lurch may comment further, but I believe...

    The Lurch may comment further, but I believe "breaking" in this example is better described as "change." Change here is 'adaptive gain.' Part of the fallacy here is the assumption that all "breaking"...
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    You are making big IF assumptions here that are...

    You are making big IF assumptions here that are not related to the research cited. You cannot make the assumption that science cannot produce 'designer enzymes at best that your usual ploy of...
  5. There is no competent reliable report that...

    There is no competent reliable report that 'proves' anything of the sort.



    This is only one peice of the evidence of the on going problem of racism in law enforcement. No, there is no...
  6. Ignoring this reference and many others does not...

    Ignoring this reference and many others does not help our case. Causation is supported by sufficient evidence of correlation.

    There is a long history involved here, which is being tragically...
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    It is only evidence for whether his particular...

    It is only evidence for whether his particular prediction fails or succeeds, and nothing else.



    Therefore absolutely no relationship to whether enzymes naturally evolve or not.
  8. Incidents like this are almost a daily...

    Incidents like this are almost a daily occurrence:


    (CNN)The mayor of Phoenix apologized to a family who said that police drew guns on them after an alleged shoplifting incident at a Dollar Store...
  9. I believe they do, and you are playing ENRON...

    I believe they do, and you are playing ENRON bookkeeping to justify your agenda.
  10. No interpretation necessary. the statements were...

    No interpretation necessary. the statements were in plain English and specific without interpretation.

    Your problem is you 'miss the mark.'
  11. Your selective use of stats shows your bias. ...

    Your selective use of stats shows your bias.

    Racial profiling and police violence against blacks even in contemporary world is well documented.



    There are huge racial disparities in how US...
  12. Actually I did not say that, but than again...

    Actually I did not say that, but than again racism is terribly endemic in the general population, which makes it worse.



    Yes it does, and evidence of the history is well documented and...
  13. Did not miss it, but his advise does not negate...

    Did not miss it, but his advise does not negate his other statements in the post such as:
  14. Facebook is not a private place for personal...

    Facebook is not a private place for personal private conversations. It is not a place for anonymous communications unless one greatly limits access.
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    No, not in terms of how you and Marcos Eberlin...

    No, not in terms of how you and Marcos Eberlin misrepresent Dr. Baker's article. Marcos Eberlin and your intent is supporting Intelligent Design, and that is not remotely the intent of Dr. Baker.
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    As far as Gitt's arguments, they all fail,...

    As far as Gitt's arguments, they all fail, because his argument have no scientific merits, nor does he propose any scientific hypothesis to support his argument.

    Statistics as used by Creationists...
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    The problem with the quote from Dr. Baker, when...

    The problem with the quote from Dr. Baker, when taken into context of the 'whole' article is that it is a frivolous rhetorical devise statement, and when Marcos Eberlin uses the quote he takes it...
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    I most definitely consider you misrepresenting...

    I most definitely consider you misrepresenting Dr. Baker. You need to cite him more fully and completely.
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    Ooooops!!! First hint of a serious ID foupa here:...

    Ooooops!!! First hint of a serious ID foupa here: “There’s a lot of things that nature has come up with just by randomly bumbling around.”

    Problem as usual with the layman misuse of randomness....
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    I'm concerned about the highlighted above....

    I'm concerned about the highlighted above. Considering TheLurch's responses in all your previous threads there is no reason to consider any 'Intelligent Design' is seriously potentially falsifiable....
  22. Proof in this case is fool's quest. The matter of...

    Proof in this case is fool's quest. The matter of fact evidence is what we have to deal with instead of wishful thinking and speculation of what one hopes may exist.

    No contradiction whatsoever....
  23. Possibilities?!?!? I already acknowledged and...

    Possibilities?!?!?

    I already acknowledged and explained where oral traditions were handed down, and include eyewitness testimony that was later confirmed by geologic evidence.



    This is off...
  24. The origin of the stories are is the first...

    The origin of the stories are is the first written record in cuneiform texts of the Sumerians, basically the first written language. These were based on the oral traditions of the Sumerians before...
  25. Babylonian and Sumerian cuneiform texts. The...

    Babylonian and Sumerian cuneiform texts. The Sumerians were the first to record the catastrophic flood that occured ~2900-2800 BCE.
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