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Talk:Evolution will soon be widely rejected (Talk.Origins)

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I think it would help to include reference links at the points shown. That way, those who read the page can quickly verify our claim.

Interestingly, Talk.Origins is claiming that predictions of its demise contradict that it is not falsifiable, and at the same time seems to be predicting the demise of the creation model[ref link], yet denies that the creation model is falsifiable[ref link]. This appears to be a contradiction in Talk.Origins' own logic.

PrometheusX303 22:42, 11 May 2006 (GMT)

Yeah, okay. The first point that you suggest referencing is actually referring to this T.O. response. I have edited the article to make that clearer. The second I did from memory, but have done a hunt and have found a reference. Do you think I'm representing them fairly?
Philip J. Rayment 10:14, 12 May 2006 (GMT)
I thought that I had seen the first point in another claim.
Representing them fairly? I think so. Often in their zeal to debunk creationist claims and effort to "beef up" their own position, they contradict themselves, though it's not always obvious. PrometheusX303 16:41, 12 May 2006 (GMT)
I thought that I had seen the first point in another claim.
Perhaps it is in another claim as well? If you come across it again, we might add a reference to it to this article.
Philip J. Rayment 06:49, 13 May 2006 (GMT)