Well, despite some totally wrong words, very long run-on sentences, and a smattering of misunderstanding of the significance behind vestigial organs, Chromosome 2 and ERVs, I think everyone is doing very well at explaining things.<quoted text>
I suspect that evolutionists that have no ide what they are on about like to discuss philosophies in place of science because their evo science always lets them down.
So far they havce failed the Professors challenge and have absolutely nothing intelligent to say about non coding dna and how that informs TOE, they have changed the meaning of vestigial organs to align with the falsification of the initial definition of no function, they have fraudulently misrepresented the fusion site of human ch2, ervs are nothing more than mythical ghosts.
Now some want to have a shot at supporting the fossil record, which is the topic I like most.
It appears being wrapped up in transgenderr talk demonstrates that most evolutionists have got nothing intelligent to say on the evolution/creation debate. I am not surprised!
Now, I don't know where the transgender stuff started and I doubt it has meaning in the debate, but as I see it, that started with a comment from Orangelion. I'm fairly sure that person is defending Creationism.
Less trash-talk! Less bluster! More content.