Jules Poirier lectures in British Columbia
hnoammekr at eng.spamauburn.edu
Mon Sep 18 22:49:14 EDT 2000
In talk.origins Mark Isaak <atta at best.comnospam> allegedly wrote:
> In article <39c681a0_4 at news1.prserv.net>, <scott at home.com> wrote:
>>That's my point.
>>Four separate origins of flight, and all
>>arrived at by the exact same intermediate
> You didn't read my references. The origin of insect flight quite possibly
> was semi-aquatic, not via gliding.
But you see, semi-aquatic locomotion is exactly the same as gliding,
therefore scott's still right.
> Mark Isaak atta @ best.com http://www.best.com/~atta
> "The commonest fallacy is to suppose that since the state of doubt
> is accompanied by a feeling of uncertainty, knowledge arises when
> this feeling gives way to one of assurance." - John Dewey
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