What if the theory of evolution was determined to be false?


by moonman239
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Apr12-12, 10:42 AM
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Let's assume the theory of evolution was determined by scientists to be false and all of us accepted the idea that some supernatural being directly has created and continues to create species, with the exception of artificial selection. (This idea is a form of creationism.) How, then, might someone explain the observations & results of all the experiments that seemed to support the theory of evolution?

I think we would still agree that all animals were our "brethren" because of everything all animals have in common with each other
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Apr12-12, 10:58 AM
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Pretending evolution is false is pointless. You can read about evolution here. http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=543950


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