There goes Danny again...
>Your appeal to authority does not impress me.
Really. So I guess you go to a bakery to fix a broken leg? To a hospital when your car brakes down? The favorite "defensive move" of the clueless is to accuse the other side of appealing to authority. If I need my my computer fixed, then by your "reasoning" against authority I guess it would be as effective to ask the friendly neighborhood's illiterate prostitute to do it as it would be to ask you to do it. Right? Great to know it, I feel much better now.
> I have a brain and I use it.
Just stating it does not make it so. But I'm sure you do both. Amazingly enough you write clearly and in good English (sure much better than mine, non-native speaker I am), even if the content is just mostly junk. So you just need to detox your brain, that's all, and it will might be able to do wonders. Or maybe you just want to keep on living in your bubble, which is also totally fine if you're happy with it.
> I have every right to provide links to Answers in Genesis to support my view.
Of course you do, I never said you don't. Pay more attention. What I said (and you can go back and read it) was that linking to it does not help your credibility, or something to that effect. If you want to make yourself look ridiculous by linking to a site full of stupidity (see quote someone posted above... oh, wait, forget it), you have all the right in the world to do it. I was just pointing that out.
> For someone who claims to have a PhD, it is childish to resort to name calling.
I don't think so, or maybe you're just confused. I just like to call things what they are, that's all. A cow is called a cow, and it's a hairy quadruped, no matter what. If someone insists in saying idiotic things in spite of everything, then s/he is an idiot, and I don't care if you don't like it. I call things what they are. Sure, I am arrogant. So what? I earned my right to be, in certain areas, while I got to be humble on everything else and refer to other people's knowledge. That's how human society works, in case you are new around here.
> You have not made any counter points to anything I have said.
Of course not. First, you didn't say anything worthy of answer, although other, kinder people did reply to your "points" to various extents. All you say smells like mold and has been refuted countless times, specially because most of it are just incorrect things you parrot from other "thinkers", and they from others, ad nauseam. Second, I get paid to teach people the things you want me to "debate" with you. I'm past the point of my "internet life experience" where I believed that people were honestly ignorant and all I had to do was point out to people where their misunderstandings and lack of background were and all would be well and they would go and read and think and learn. Unfortunately, it's not like that, and I've seen a lot of the likes of you to bother teaching you anything. (ranting againt the IDiots or idiots every once in a while is still some fun though) If you did want to learn any biology you would not be reading "Answers in Genesis" at all, to begin with, so what's the point?
> BTW, evolution is a PHILOSOPHICAL science because it is not observable or repeatable, but based on a pre-suppositional belief system.
So you said somebody was using a strawman against you, but this is a direct quote of what you said. You clearly didn't understand what the anonymous poster was saying. And you didn't even get the easy part right here: it's not philosophical, it's HISTORICAL science. Philosophical science, I guess that's what they call an oxymoron.
> If you have done some sort of experiment to prove molecules-to-man evolution then we would all like to know.
Just demonstrates all I (among others) have been saying all along... that you don't have a clue what you're talking about. Sure you have the right to say it, but I just would like to let you know.