You said, "No scientist cares what creationists think about their science." I'll stand corrected, if you aren't referring to anyone who believes in God as a creationist...but I can only assume you are. With that said, your statement said to me..."No scientist cares what (anyone who believes in God)thinks about their science." At that point, you invalidated the work of many disciplines..as there are many who believe in God who work in the other disciplines I mentioned.<quoted text>
Huh? What are you going on about? At what point did I invalidate disciplines other than evolutionary biology?
Thing is....it doesn't matter if "The disciplines of genetic, paleontology, and archaeology fall under the framework theory of evolution." Or if "They're quite compatible with evolutionary biology" because if they believe in God....well...as you said..."No scientist cares what creationist(i.e. anyone who believes in God)thinks about their science."<quoted text>
You must have misread. The disciplines of genetic, paleontology, and archaeology fall under the framework theory of evolution. They're quite compatible with evolutionary biology - I can't imagine a more ridiculous accusation than the one you just leveled at me.
Because if you think a physicist isn't intelligent enough to debate a theory, just because it isn't he/she's field of expertise...you apparently have never been to school. Most physicist have a great deal of knowledge in other biological and chemistry foelds.<quoted text>
Furthermore, physics has nothing to do with biology. Why would you include it in the above rant?
Yes, apparently I did.<quoted text>
Wow. You missed my post where I said it didn't matter what religion people were who did science?
I just posted your statements and how I perceived them...what did I make up? Lol...and yelling? Where'd you get that from?<quoted text>
Why are you making crap up that I didn't say, lady, and then yelling at me for it? Have you no honesty?
Not in the post I responded to...which said...<quoted text>
I specifically wrote that most scientists in the USA are Christians. That doesn't mean they throw their religion into their science - those are separate magisters.
Creationism is not a debate in science. No scientist cares what creationists think about their science. Sorry.
Our debates in science discuss the science in question, not what religious people think of scientific theoretical stances.
Uhm...for example, the great debate between Dawkins and Gould about evolution discussed which level of analysis was most useful, individual or genetic, and the speed at which morphology can change. However, both scientific arguments were fully grounded in evolutionary biology.