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Re: Darwin
« Reply #15 on: October 30, 2013, 07:54:15 pm »
Really interesting aricle, AG. And I am no expert, but I have a brown belt in using Occam's razor.

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It would not be that surprising if some of the alleged hominids were instead robust humans that had suffered from cretinism, given that many features of cretinism mimic so-called ‘primitive’ features of evolution.

Seems like one hell of a reach.

Arguments about C14 deposits and dating of samples, the effect of the flood and earth changes, etc. seem to be to certainly be arguable. to me it's odds-on that  should science surviuve the zero point, we'll learn just how wrong some of our assumptions are. given the history of science, it seems inevitable.

But cretinism? I dunno, friend. Gettign a whiff of a theory shaped to fit an agenda. Not unlike much conventional science...

 

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