E G M (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 31 May 1998 17:41:10 -0700 (PDT)
i have refuted glenn's argument about the world economy being
irreducibly complex. it is imo a very poor and faulty example of i.c.
i don't have the time to point to these previous messages but they
can be found in the asa archives. briefly, 1. the world economy is not
i.c. because maby of its parts can (and have) removed or changed and
yet it continues working (thus it does not fulfill behe's i.c.
definition. & 2. the world economy contains zillions of intelligent
interventions, thus it is not darwinism. part of the problem i think
is that darwinism is somewhat equated with theistic evol. in this list.
ps. pardon the lc but i'm feeding my baby with one hand while typing
with the other.
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