Let's get a few facts down:
First--evolution=the change in allele frequencies (or types and percentages of traits) in a population over time.
That is the fact, or law, if you will, of evolution. There is no question of this fact--in every population ever investigated, this is the truth.
Second--scientific theories exaplain how (and in some cases why) observable facts occur. By doing so, they go one step further than the simple fact (or law) and help make predictions about future occurrences. Every successful theory has a certain amount of predictive power, and the more consistent that predictiveness, the better the theory.
With that out of the way...
"Gravity is not a theory, it is a law and one of the four fundamental forces in the universe accepted by the credible world of science."
>>That is simply not true. How does gravity work? Is it wave-like or particle like? The law of gravity only tells us that gravity exists, and what happens in the interaction between two objects--much like the law (or fact) of evolution. The theory of gravity explains the fact (or law)--and, by just about any standard, has much less evidence supporting it than the theory of evolution.
"What about evolution? Which theory is how it all happens?
Synthetic Theory Of Evolution
They all must be better than fact because they are a theory. Even though the theories contradict one another they all must be true?"
>>Again, not correct--they don't contradict each other, at least not on the facts. I don't believe this poster knows what each of these "different" theories says. Both gradualism and punctuated equilibirum can both be true, under different circumstances. And both end with the same result. The Synthetic Theory is just what it claims--a synthesis of the two (and other) explanations, all of which are true (under different circumstances), and none of which contradict the fact. There's no need to build straw men to argue against.
"creationism is a theory to!"
>>No, not really. It is an untested (and untestable) hypothesis.
"Fact of the matter is, even with all the body parts looking alike, millions of mutations wouldn't have created the millions of cratures today."
>>No evidence supports this. In fact, just a few mutations can cause significant differences (and speciation events). Arguments from incredulity don't fly in science.
"Theories come and go...and Neo Darwinism is on its way out."
>>This has nothing to do with anything, and isn't even true. The theory of evolution is more accepted now than at any other time in history.
"OK, so gravity is a theory. It does NOT diminish the FACT that evolution has innumerable flaws and holes."
>>What are they? What are these "flaws and holes"? If they are innumberable, just give me your top two flaws or holes. Just out of curiosity...
"WHY do you insist that others beleive what you do.DO you doubt your convictions that much?
Is it more important to be right or HAPPY?
WHY do athiest who have no religion or spirituality COME into the religion and spirituality Group."
>>Ad hominems and straw men are logical fallacies, not arguing points. In other words, evolution =/= atheism.
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