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Re: Caudipteryx and the dark side
In a message dated 10/2/00 4:30:00 PM EST, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
<< This involves what Richard Dawkins calls "the argument from incredulity."
In other words, if we can't see how something could have taken place, it
can't have taken place. >>
The argument from incredulity helps to explain why elephants do not evolve
wings and fly. Sometimes this argument does, after all, provide a pretty good
reason for something. Not the final reason, or the best reason, but at least
a reason to look further.