Rob 'Feztaa' Park feztaa at
Sat Jun 15 22:29:39 PDT 2002

Alas! Don Smith spake thus:
> There is no problem with the overall theory of evolution, i.e., natural
> selection of random mutations. I guess by problem, you mean it is still
> a theory. It will *always* be a theory because there is no way to ever
> prove it (without a time machine).

Tell me, what would it become if it ever stopped being a theory?
(assuming it is 'proven' and not 'disproven')

Rob 'Feztaa' Park
Always do right.  This will gratify some people and astonish the rest.
		-- Mark Twain
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