RE: [asa] ID question?

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Date: Mon Oct 19 2009 - 21:36:13 EDT

Moorad -

I don't see that there's a qualitative difference between what you say below & what I might say, that curremt evolutionary theories are good but not without limitations.


---- "Alexanian wrote:
> George,
> The term I am referring to was used by particle physicists in the 60’s in a disparaging fashion for colleagues that were just explaining data without a deep, unifying theory. I am not saying that that is not good, preliminary science. In fact, that is often the way we arrive at more encompassing theories. I look at evolutionary theory that way. With DNA and genetics, we may be developing a much more convincing theory.
> Moorad

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