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Playing With Truth

I used to believe facts and figures counted. I thought that objective, obvious evidence would carry the day. But evolutionists have long since dispelled such silly notions for me. In one public debate with a professor, I read through a dozen or so objective, scientific failures of evolution. With a wave of the hand the professor easily dismissed the entire list. “Those,” he assured the audience, “are all fallacies.” It later became obvious he hadn’t the foggiest idea of what he was talking about.  Read more
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4 Responses to Playing With Truth

  1. Everytime I hit “Read more”, I get an article on “Stickle-Back Fishes and Confirmation Bias”. When I try to go to “Home”, I get the same article back. Is it my computer, or is it your website, Cornelius?

  2. See if this link works for you PaV:

    Playing With Truth

  3. As usual, I find Dr. Hunter’s posts to be both refreshing and stimulating. We can be reasonably certain that undirected, naturalistic forces did not drive the evolutionary process. What we don’t know, as a matter of historical fact, is how much evolution actually occurred. In the final analysis, the only thing we know for sure is that things changed and that things change.

  4. So, now we have “Post-Normal Science.”


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