Well gee, we ain't never heard THAT line before...<quoted text>
I was an evolutionist for 49 years.
So what you're saying is that even though you were an evolutionist for 49 years (allegedly) you never learned a damm thing about it.All throughout my schooling, including university level EVERY biology class started with evolution and opened with theories of the beginning of life usually postulating from the Stanley Miller experiment and how that demonstrated how life began.
Since uh, ya know, Miller experiment having SWEET FA to do with abiogenesis and EVERYTHING to do with evolution.
Well that IS what the term means.However I have noticed that lately the definition of evolution has been simplified to mean simply "change over time",
After all, there was Darwin's rather famous book (not sure if you ever heard of it, or him for that matter) called "On The Origin Of SPECIES"
And NOT "On The Origin Of Species AND Life"
Anything consistent with the limitations as laid down by physics and nested hierarchies.if that is truly the official definition then everyone is an evolutionist as I don't know anyone who says that life does not change over time - the question is how much change is possible?
So that means no 50 foot women, no 100 foot spiders, and much to Shoob's disappointment, no sexeh furry cat-women. Unless it's Halloween.