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October 17th, 2009, 12:58 am

I don't see what there is to debate. There is an out side force that created everything= Intelligent design (do you want to argue about the name of the builder, like it matters). But there is lots to discuss back and forth about how beautiful all these creations are, and about how we can marvel at them and/or utilize them.

Bananas are good. I'm glad someone decided to domesticate them.

October 17th, 2009, 2:15 am

Only a national, debate?
What are the misconceptions about intelligent design, it's not complicated: a force with an intent created everything.

You can't discredit anything with intelligent design because there is no empirical evidence, it is faith based.

I have explored nature far more than most, those that trump me are the the select "hidden" tribesmen of south American/African jungles.

I tell you those places exist anywhere, I am living proof.

Darwinism is not on the outs, it is still taught in public education everywhere, it is just being improved. If it becomes one with intelligent design by the improvements, then so be it, but it must be proven empirically first. That is the point of science; to support all beliefs with physical evidence.

Difference is not the enemy.

October 17th, 2009, 6:11 pm

What is the problem with dogma Juice? That is what your theory of id is based on. Why is it that you scorn one dogma(science), and not the other(I.D.)? You have bias! you are guilty of every fallacy that you accuse a scientist of having!

Your tendency in this thread: because you have stated something that the debate is over.

If you do a quick search of Google there are lots of places to find banana seeds. Bananas do have seeds!

October 17th, 2009, 11:31 pm

I need not say more that alun hasn't already pointed out. All you have presented is your opinion, and even the facts YOU find are contradictory to your opinions, yet you maintain them. Apparently you hold the greater bias.

March 29th, 2010, 11:57 pm

Meleagar wrote:I am unfamiliar with the "laws of science". Perhaps you mean the laws of nature?

Don't play semantics.

It isn't cynicism that denies empricial evidence; it is ideology.

Would you please stop using the ideology of observation until you provide sources for your opinions?

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