Re: Evolution Conclusively Disproved
Mon, 13 Feb 1995 19:31:56 GMT
In article <B0017.95Feb8151208@bhrs2.nibh.go.jp> email@example.com (Maurizio MORABITO; Tel.6661) writes:
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Maurizio MORABITO; Tel.6661)
>Subject: Re: Evolution Conclusively Disproved
>Date: Wed, 8 Feb 1995 06:12:08 GMT
>In article <ifjed.281.2F37E2A2@nmsua.nmsu.edu> email@example.com writes:
> I use fetal pigs in human anatomy (for pre-nursing students and non-
> biologists) because: 1) many bhumans worship cats and can't stand to see a
> kitty hurt and 2) pig muscle groups are more similar to humans than cats
> are. The main problem is that fetal pigs, if they are early term, have
> poorly-developed muscles. Also, from what I've seen of behavior, pigs are
> mentally more similar to people than are cats in the sense that pigs can be
> taught; everybody knows that cats cannot be.
>You're half-right. Actually, it's in the sense that many people
>behave like "pigs" (sorry to our reading suines), no one like a cat
Funny how people are referred to as "pigs" or some other animalian slur when
most non-human animals don't commit nearly as much mayhem as humans do. And
I've never head a pig try to justify his crimes by saying "God told me to do
that". People say, "You consider yourself related to chimps?" And I say, "
Yeah, what'd a chimp ever do to YOU?"
>Maurizio Morabito |"I for one could offer a lot of thoughts on any
>firstname.lastname@example.org| subject,but in many cases they would be based on
> | speculation at best, or misinformation at worst"
>Tsukuba, Japan | D.P.Chassin