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The dilemma over evolution

June 10, 2014
By RICHARD WESTLUND , Observer Today

I've never read Darwin's theory, but I understand that he doesn't explain how life started, other than to say it happened in a very primitive form, and grew from there. It is not my purpose to disrupt his ideas, heaven forbid. We each look at the world through our own mental window, which like any other window view, reveals only the part of the landscape it is open to. I make these observations for my own satisfaction, not to disrupt your security of understanding.

 
 

 

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