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The validity of the theory of evolution.

Posted by CC on November 17, 1999, at 22:54:07

In reply to Re: science superior to religion? (CC), posted by CC on November 17, 1999, at 20:57:22

I have heard that the theory of evolution has some major problems with it. The birds, the pre-cambrian explosion, gaps in the fossil record, no fossil record of microorganisms to speak of, falsification of data, etc., etc.. I also heard that the statistical probability of chlorophyll assembling itself under ideal circumstances was 10^40 against. Can anybody comment on whether this is a reasonable number? And doesn't it just take one contradiction to invalidate a theory?




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