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#15801 - 10/31/06 12:44 AM Re: 360 million year old lamprey fossil
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Originally posted by trilobyte:
Kinds do not equal species. The closest comparism would be something like genera/family.

The original species that represented the kinds were created with in a few days of each other. If you read Genesis you'll be able to see what days certain animals were created on.

So, two more questions:

Are bacteria and protists included in this creation, and how does this fit in genesis?

Also, I see that evolution occurred after the flood in your view. Did this happen before as well?

Thanks again
Still waiting for the answer about bacteria and protists. Thanks
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#15802 - 10/31/06 02:51 AM Re: 360 million year old lamprey fossil
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Originally posted by Rusty Rockets:
Mind elaborating on that last post, Trilobyte
Read the link Rusrty. It all but claims things must evolve.

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#15803 - 10/31/06 02:52 AM Re: 360 million year old lamprey fossil
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eternauta posted:
Still waiting for the answer about bacteria and protists. Thanks

What's the point of your question?????

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#15804 - 10/31/06 04:04 AM Re: 360 million year old lamprey fossil
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Originally posted by trilobyte:
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Originally posted by Rusty Rockets:
Mind elaborating on that last post, Trilobyte
Read the link Rusrty. It all but claims things must evolve.
I did, which is why I'm now asking you to explain how you think the study you cite supports your assertions regarding the lamprey fossil.

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#15805 - 10/31/06 04:19 AM Re: 360 million year old lamprey fossil
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Trilobyte wrote:

"No mutations are required for speciation."

Now I've already posted this quote on science discussion re. Amazon changing horses in midstream but, just for you Trilobyte, here goes again. From the creationist site:

http://www.answersingenesis.org/creation/v22/i3/ligers_wolphins.asp

Quote: "In the case of three species, A, B and C, if A and B can each hybridize with C, then it suggests that all three are of the same created kind ? whether or not A and B can hybridize with each other. Breeding barriers can arise through such things as mutations."

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#15806 - 10/31/06 11:30 PM Re: 360 million year old lamprey fossil
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terrytnewzealand,
You forgot the part that said..."not any new genetic information"

Why did you not quote the whole article? Why the deception?

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#15807 - 11/07/06 01:52 AM Re: 360 million year old lamprey fossil
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Sorry DA. I can resist no longer.

Trilobyte. Would you mind telling me from where did I edit the piece you quote? Why should I quote the whole article when anyone who's interested can easily look for themselves? Of course quoting out of context is a weapon frequently used by creationists. Yet you are the one who accuses me of deception?

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