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Re: The Summers Theory: The General Basics
Barry Williams wrote:
> >All right, for those of you interested in my Summers Theory:
> > Facts indicate so far that dinosaurs were the first general life
> >Earth besides organisms and plants.
> Can't say that your theory will stand much chance of success if you begin
> with this blatantly false premise. Dinosaurs came a long way down the
> line. Ever heard of fish? Ever heard of amphibians? Ever heard of
> mammal-like reptiles? Ever heard of trilobites? Etc, Etc.
Or that everything mentioned on this list *is* an organism? How can
dinosaurs (organisms) be said to have come before organisms as a class
I hope I have a full copy of this post further down in my mailbox -
too long since I played with an evolutionary naif.
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