This problem will go away as soon as the evidence for Macro evolution is presented in a clear, coherent and convincing manner.
The problem is that we are continually told about the "mountains of evidence" for Macro evolution - the only problem is the mountain is nowhere to be found. This discredits the evolutionary arguement.
Present the evidence and let is speak for itself.
posted by Theo Tsourdalakis
February 22, 2011
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