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John P Stewart

I want to ask how evolution theory is tested? What experiment can be repeated? And what falsifying data could be found to disprove it? And does Evolution theory claim to be absolutely certain?

I ask because I am being taught that a Science attempts to apply some of the following criteria:

1) Skepticism of unsupported claims

2) Combination of an open mind with critical thinking

3) Attempts to repeat experimental results.

4) Requires testability

5) Seeks out falsifying data that would disprove a hypothesis

6) Uses descriptive language

7) Performs controlled experiments

8) Self-correcting

9) Relies on evidence and reason

10) Makes no claim for absolute or certain knowledge

11) Produces useful knowledge

Bring past theologians, is that using the Argumentum ad numerum?


1. Skepticism is fairly evident no matter what is presented.
2. You have to learn the facts and come to your own conclusions. Don't accept evolution because anyone says to, logic it out.
3. Fossil sequences, genetics, and embryology to name a few.
4. part of 3.
5. Potential falsification would be rabbits in the Cambrian. Many others exist.
6. read any science journal
7. read any science journal
8. Has evolution changed it's description over the years? (YES!!)
9. see any series of science journals
10. Agreed.
11. Medicine, AI, crops, genetic engineering.

Ralph H I Davies

You're quite right John, it should cover all your points but fails horribly. I consider it the greatest scientific con in history.

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