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of fake `criticism'

a) all arrived in group (usually don't get even one rant per year)
b) all use misrepresentation - making up something to `criticise'
c) all try to imitate `academic' language (very poorly)


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Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 23:29:11 GMT

"Paranoia is just another word for ignorence" Hunter. S Thompson

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Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2006 16:19:03 GMT

Well done that truly swayed my view on evolution. Those would be the words that i would have meant had you not have been an idiot. You are actually basing your evolution argument on semantics. "Survival of the fittest" means that the animal who is best suited to its environment will survive - the animal that is not will have to change or die out - it will not survive in its current form. I should probably mention who I am. I am a fourth year student at Imperial College London, studying for an MSc in, guess what, microbiology. I actually know what I\'m talking about. I do not take kindly to people who think that they can preach crackpot theories about things they know nothing about, wheras others like myself have studied the subject for years.

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Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2006 15:53:25 GMT

Regards to the theory on Neanderthal leaders.

Your evidence is based on sculptures and carvings, including one of an egyptian sculpture. Due to the primitive nature of ancient art - and any art before the renaissance - this evidence must be disregarded.

I would also like to point out that we were two different species, like an horse and a zebra. This means that humans could not breed with neanderthals without creating a sterile child - this would have been noted.

On top of this Neanderthals did not just have a sloping forehead and large skull, they were also extremely short, larger in girth and had very large, flat noses. Their characteristics are extremely noticable and if they had survived they would not have gone unoticed.

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Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 18:30:00 GMT

I can\'t believe your views on evolution. You are seriously suggesting that animals change based on their surroundings. The reason why animals evolve is due to random mutations having a positive effect on their lifestyle, where those in the species that do not have the mutation do not survive (do you see any short necked giraffes-no, they all died). A simple example, with stress on the word simple for you, would be everything in the world jumps off of the empire state building. The only things to survive would by those that could survive the fall (e.g. spiders, as their terminal velocity is too low to cause death) and those animals that could fly. This would result in evolution - the fittest survive. You are suggesting that some animals would suddenly sprout wings. Do you actually do any research when you write these things? Have you ever read Darwin? Are you even an academic? Yes, the example is extreme, but that is what animals go through all the time, though ov!er longer periods of time.

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"Truth will first be ridiculed, then violently opposed, and finally accepted as self -evident"
A Schopenhauer 1788-1860

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