RE: where's the evolution?

Pim van Meurs (
Thu, 25 Mar 1999 21:47:41 -0800

CumminsL As I assert Evolution (the indefinite increase of complexity in a system
open only to energy -- such as ameba-to-man) is impossible, I'm confident that
none of Futuyma's books contain empirical examples.

I am glad to hear that your only "evidence" is your appeal to an assertion for which you have failed to provide supporting evidence. Furthermore why the presumption of indefinite increase in complexity.

Cummins: I've offered this challenge for years; no one has ever met the challenge.

So ?

Cummins If you Evolutionists can't even show that evolution is possible, why are we wasting
all this time debating weak circumstantial evidence that it accounts for the
complexity of modern life?

Interesting argument but then again the reality is that you cannot show that evolution is impossible. That failing by itself is quite damning. Well done.