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This web site is a treasure trove of information about evolution and specifically provides a comprehensive list of "evidences" for macro-evolution, all meticulously researched and footnoted.

http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/comdesc/


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Yes, another interesting thing about TalkOrigins is how old it is in internet terms. It started in 1998 21 years ago, same age as Google. IIRC the internet didn't really move out of academia & government and into public awareness until about 1996. If you check the archive patiently, pretty much every objection to evolution - serious or crazy - has already been asked and answered in detail.

http://www.talkorigins.org/



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LanDroid wrote:
Yes, another interesting thing about TalkOrigins is how old it is in internet terms. It started in 1998 21 years ago, same age as Google. IIRC the internet didn't really move out of academia & government and into public awareness until about 1996. If you check the archive patiently, pretty much every objection to evolution - serious or crazy - has already been asked and answered in detail.

http://www.talkorigins.org/


I saw the reference to usenet. I'm old enough to remember usenet and newsgroups and such.

But you're right, these arguments have been around for a while and thoroughly debunked on this web site. It's a great resource. I was especially amused by the author's justification for using the word "evidences" instead of evidence. Really shows his attention to detail.

http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/comdesc/evidences.html


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