Martin Dann (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 6 Oct 1996 12:47:34 +0100
In article <email@example.com>, Publius <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
> Those of us who have been probing the workings of the
> Atheist/Darwinist mentalities have come up against a puz-
> zling quirk in their thinking process:
> If they really believe what they preach, then they should
> readily admit that as the Evolutionary Process continues, it
> is just a matter of time till Man is succeeded by a Being as
> superior to Man as Man is to the Ape.
First, evolution is not about 'superiority' but about survival. Who
knows, our future survival might depend on us becoming _less_ smart.
> Instead, some say that
> Evolution "was" but no longer "is" - its possibilities evidently
I don't. Why should I?
> The smart ones keep quiet because they know that
> if they are true to their Belief they will be admitting that
> Evolution is an open-ended process
Guess I'm not smart enough to keep quiet ;-) I'm happy to admit that
evolution is an 'open-ended process'. BTW, I don't have 'Beliefs'. Mine
are simply 'beliefs' without the capital.
>- in infinite Time and
> Space -
who says time and space are infinite?
> and in one way or another, inexorably leads to "The
> Ultimate Configuration of Life" which I have called "God" (for
> want of a better title). To say that there is a Vector or an
> Order to Evolution (ask Gould) is an Atheist/Darwinist No-No.
But now you've descended to mumbo-jumbo. You must have watched "2001"
too many times:)
State your own beliefs by all means, but please don't tell me what I do
or don't believe.