Tmaq wrote:Put another way, what kind of evidence do you require (or what kind of standards must that evidence fulfill), before you would be convinced that Jesus was a real dude?
Until you can answer that question about standards in an explicit way, we can all be sure that your real position is either unreasonable, theological, rhetorical, or some combination of the three.
(Beware - the strongest evidence of Jesus' existence is in a form you may not have heard about, yet. Choose your standards well, but don't be so picky that you can't admit of your own existence.)
Hayduke wrote:In a similar way, evolution is not a process that occurs in the indivudla of any species. Evolution occurs at the species level, not the individual level.
Francois Tremblay wrote:Another quote for worst:
http://www.graveyardofthegods.com/forum ... 5679#95679
"In a similar way, evolution is not a process that occurs in the indivudla of any species. Evolution occurs at the species level, not the individual level. "
Only after conserving well-tried genes can there be competition (selection) between new, yet untested ones (i.e. mutations).
Francois Tremblay wrote:You are both idiots who don't understand anything about evolution. Ever heard of Hamilton's Rule?
Food preference is a social construct. Food values are derived from society and culture, not invented by the solitary individual.
Some people value spoiled milk. Some people value grubs. Some people value animal intestines. Some people value whale blubber. Some people value fermented fish heads.
Value is cultural and does not exist outside of society.
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