Rob 'Feztaa' Park feztaa at
Sun Jun 16 19:18:31 PDT 2002

Alas! Don Smith spake thus:
> Rob 'Feztaa' Park wrote:
> > 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')
> A Law

I'm sure it would, right around the time that pigs fly over the frozen
landscape of hell...

Laws turn into theories, not the other way around.

Rob 'Feztaa' Park
When does summertime come to Minnesota, you ask?  Well, last year, I
think it was a Tuesday.
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