Re: Polar Bear Challenge for AAH opponents
Sir CPU (email@example.com)
9 Dec 1994 13:30:04 -0500
In article <1994Dec7.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
email@example.com (Phillip Bigelow) writes:
Most of us "anti" types have been trying to convey this concept to the
proponents of the AAT from the start. It is, to summarize our view one
time, it is fruitless to make up theories on things that cannot be tested
other reviewers. Why make up a theory, such as the notion that hominids
once went through an aquatic phase, if the theory cannot be proven OR
I don't agree with this. Much of the Theory of Relativity is STILL being
testing. And, at the time it was first proposed (by old whats his name) it
was very difficult to test completly, but that doesn't mean it should have
never been proposed.
Secondly, there is a lot of evidence for the AAT. I still don't
understand why people say that there isn't. I don't need to re-hash all
of it, but I believe there is plenty of evidence for it.
So it can be at least argued, maybe not proved beyond a shadow of a doubt,
as much as anything can be proved. Hey, people still argue about the JFK
assassination, even though it can't be proved one way or the other, but it
is still healthy to argue about it.