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#1 kasper

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Posted 29 March 2012 - 07:39 PM

In another thread, this claim was made:

2. There are many predictions that have been successfully made via the creation model. However I am not that well versed in them, perhaps ask Ron or Jason777.


I would like to see examples of such predictions.

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 07:22 AM

You simpley want examples of predictions From The Creation Model? Okay, it's not that hard, as you could have googled it for yourself.
Here are some links to sites that have predictions From The Creation Model:

Dr. Fazale Rana
http://www.reasons.org/articles/origin-of-life-predictions-face-off-evolution-vs.-biblical-creation

Dan Reynolds PhD
http://tasc-creation...reation-model-1

Dr. Jay L. Wile, Ph.D.
http://www.drwile.co...at_evidence.pdf


http://www.mandley.c...d02/adv2400.htm
http://www.mandley.c...d02/adv2505.htm
http://tasc-creation...cts/young-earth
http://www.jcsm.org/...eationModel.htm



If you would like to see more examples of such predictions, I'm sure a little self-help would be a great boon in your situation.
There are many more

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 07:36 AM

I was hoping for a little bit more, especially since your forum guidelines state:

Your post should not be simply a link or links to articles/websites, or a wholesale cut&paste of an article/web-page. Various snippets from articles are fine, provided it is in the context of the argument you are developing. This shows the reader you understand the topic you are debating and makes for more productive discussion.

Would it be possible for you to pick one that you particularly like, or that you think is particularly strong, and then summarize it here in your own words on the forum?

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 09:08 AM

I was hoping for a little bit more, especially since your forum guidelines state:

Would it be possible for you to pick one that you particularly like, or that you think is particularly strong, and then summarize it here in your own words on the forum?


I'm always hoping that the common courtesy of saying "Thank you" wouldn't be so elusive.

#5 Ron

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 10:46 AM


I was hoping for a little bit more, especially since your forum guidelines state:


Your post should not be simply a link or links to articles/websites, or a wholesale cut&paste of an article/web-page. Various snippets from articles are fine, provided it is in the context of the argument you are developing. This shows the reader you understand the topic you are debating and makes for more productive discussion.


Would it be possible for you to pick one that you particularly like, or that you think is particularly strong, and then summarize it here in your own words on the forum?


And yet, what you asked for was:


In another thread, this claim was made:


2. There are many predictions that have been successfully made via the creation model. However I am not that well versed in them, perhaps ask Ron or Jason777.


I would like to see examples of such predictions.


You did ask for examples, did you not?
I provided said examples, did I not?
Then I am compelled to also ask the following:

First – Did I simply “supply a link”, or make a “wholesale cut&paste of an article/web-page”, or did I provide exactly what you requested?
Second – Did you ask for an argument, or did you ask for examples of the predictions?
Third – Was I making an argument, or was I simply fulfilling a request you had made?
Fourth – Was I, at that point “debating”, or was I simply fulfilling a request you had made?

Your previous request and your subsequent accusation cause much skepticism.

Another portion of the forum guidelines state:


The primary goal of this forum is to provide a place for honest, educational, civil, and fun debate on the topic of origins. Given the heated nature of the creation vs. evolution debate, this is not an easy goal to achieve so we will require members to follow the stringent set of guidelines below. To make life easier for the moderators, our goal is to weed-out the troublemakers early, which should also lessen interaction from moderators. We want to have as little editing or deleting of posts as possible, so instead we will seek to edit “people”.


It also says:


The following are disallowed:
Clear cases of misrepresentation
Equivocation,(particularly regarding what you initially requested, then the false accusations you made).
Trolling -- questions or arguments that are insincere or for creating a spectacle.



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Posted 30 March 2012 - 10:59 AM

This OP was started for nothing more than to create a spectacle. And it was started by an individual who was being less than honest about who he was.

This thread is now closed.




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