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November 11, 2012 4:00 PM

Creationist thought unreliable

A correspondence thread began when The Sun News reported Bill Nye’s opinion that creationism is damaging U.S. science. Raymond Kocot responded (Oct. 8) with the creationist view that the theory of evolution is not experimental and therefore not scientifically valid. In his zeal to attack evolution he also merged the creation of living organisms from inert materials (to which evolution does. not pretend to apply) with the subsequent development of species (which, of course, it very successfully explains).

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