Re: AAT Theory

H. M. Hubey (
9 Oct 1995 00:52:05 -0400

David Froehlich <> writes:

>> Don't rhinos have noses that can close?

>Once again you are arguing from a total ignorance of the data. No indeed
>they do not, anymore than horses do. You have missed the point

Which water animals have nostrils that can be closed? I thought
it was rhinos.

>entirely. You stated that no mammals were hairless that were not either
>fossorial or aquatic.

Are you sure that was me?

Now, with no information on the evolution of the
>rhinoceroses you imply that they to must have undergone an aquatic
>transition. Just as an aside, why are they not bipedal if this were true?

Just as an aside, do the phrases "duration" and "level of evolution"
ring a bell?

>I am in complete agreement with Dr. Brochu that you are not worth
>discussing anything with since a dsicussion is an exchange of information

Thank God. Maybe I can discuss this with other people. Does this
mean that you're going to stop screaming.


Regards, Mark