Wednesday, November 30, 2011

the fixity of tard

is continued here:

On UD, joe-boi responded:

November 29, 2011 at 6:56 pm

One thing is clear, evolutionists promote the idea that their opponents argue for the fixity of species.

The fixity of species is what Darwin argued against in “On the Origin of Species…”.


Actually joe, you IDiots do argue for the fixity of species, IF you even accept the designation of 'species' at all. If species aren't 'fixed', then evolution (speciation) does take place.

Now, I know what you're thinking and will say, and that is that ID has no argument with "evolution", but with "blind watchmaker evolution". Trouble is, joe-baby, most IDiots deny that ANY evolution/speciation has ever taken place and YOU preach baraminology, which doesn't even recognize 'species'. It uses the word "kinds", like the bible does.

Tell me joe, are "kinds" fixed, or do they evolve? If they do evolve, is it 'micro' or 'macro' evolution? Are humans a "kind"? Did (or do) humans evolve? If so, what "kind" did humans evolve from?

From Wikipedia:

Baraminology is a creationist taxonomic system that classifies animals into groups called "created kinds" or "baramins" (pronounced with accent on second syllable) according to the account of creation in the book of Genesis and other parts of the Bible. It claims that kinds cannot interbreed and have no evolutionary relationship to one another.[1] Baraminology developed as a subfield of creation science in the 1990s among creationists that included Walter ReMine and Kurt Wise.