D'Abrera on Science and Philosophy

Doug Yanega dyanega at mono.icb.ufmg.br
Mon Aug 3 20:16:27 EDT 1998

Neil Jones wrote:

>Incidentally there is someone who reads this group who teaches
>Creation "Science" (now there's an oxymoron). Perhaps we could hear the
>counter arguments.

As long as this was a matter of giving reasons why mimicry complexes were
clearly non-random assemblages of species and of evolved features, it was
fine - but every newsgroup I've been on that has allowed or invited a
creation/evolution debate has regretted it. Be careful about issuing such
invitations. For my money, I'd prefer to blame everything that has ever
happened, anywhere, on invisible aliens from Sirius.

An Invisible Alien from Sirius posing as Doug Yanega
(just try to prove I'm not!!)

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