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Re: Evolution vs Creation

Do more than 3 billion years seem too little time to shake the jar and get it right? Evolution has had more than plenty of time to play, to get rid of and originate new species. You're right, it takes a long time (based on our human standards); that's why we don't see new species appearing every year. What we are only able to see in our ephemeral existence, are just environmental adaptations of species, the minuscule steps of evolution that may transform one specie into another one. When you understand all the insights of the evolution and apply them to the real life situations and findings it just makes sense.

A. duBouchet

P.S. Sorry for going beyond the scope of this list, but it seems that other folks keep the evolution-creation theme alive and I want to give my opinion. I'd rather be talking (or reading) about aquarium plants. Thanks.

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>Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 08:42:38 -0500
>From: "Berryman, David" <DBerryma at AspenMed_org>
>Subject: Re: c
>If you have an old wind up watch take it apart, put all the pieces in a jar
>and close the lid.  How long will you have to shake the jar until all the
>pieces come to geather just right?
>My bet is on God and creation:-)