Darryl wrote:

John W. Burgeson (johnburgeson@juno.com)
Sun, 15 Aug 1999 10:53:58 -0600

Darryl wrote:
So since he appears to be asking evolutionists to explain this
transition, it being an example of a type of morphological transformation
which he doesn't think has or can (I don't know which) happen, ne must
they (the evolutionists) believe it did happen. If he didn't think the
evolutionists believed in this transition there would be no reason to
challege them to explain it.
That appears to be a reasonable derivation from the quotation by Glenn.
However, I would change the "believe" in your statement to "hold as a
reasonable hypothesis."

Whether (or not) the rodent to whale scenario was ever held as a
reasonable hypothesis by anyone is something I don't know. A lot more
flaky possibilities have certainly been considered over the years.


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