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Re: Dealing with the real fish? problem

This is a bit heated, and exactly what I'd like toa void.  
As an atheist, though, I have to yet argue with your statement on the
inability to quantify creationalism.  It is as quantifiable as any other
theory/idea/belief/whatever you choose to call it.
Lets watch the flames, and try to keep this friendly

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On Sun, 28 Jun 1998 Moontanman at aol_com wrote:

> I'll still try to be nice, creationism is not science, it has no way of being
> put to the test it is simply a belief.  Evolution is science, it can be
> tested, it can quantified, and it does describe the way nature works
> accurately.  If you want to believe in something that is your right, but don't
> try to cloak it in pseudo science to make it look respectable.  If you are
> really a creationist why do you worry about pollution, and other environmental
> problems, God can fix it all with just a thought and you can get a new game.
> Michael