Alex Duncan (aduncan@mail.utexas.edu)
6 Nov 1995 13:00:23 GMT

In article <cyouther.18.309A6973@AFIT.AF.MIL> CHARLES F. YOUTHER,
cyouther@AFIT.AF.MIL writes:

>One small observation: Things don't become facts; they are either facts or
>they are not. If something wasn't a fact before, it's not a fact now.
>Rather, we sometimes change our understanding of which things are facts and
>which are not. Evolution is either a fact or it isn't; it hasn't become >fact.

Can't anyone read between the lines? OK, I should have said "before
people were aware of the fact of evolution."

Alex Duncan
Dept. of Anthropology
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX 78712-1086