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Heh, I'm on a roll! Mostly because there's nothing on TV, and I don't feel like drawing or scrapbooking >.>

Promised pictures )

kthx bye
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More from Berra. I realize that it's not very credible to continuously quote only one author, but his book is one that seems to address the basics, and in words that you can generally understand. There was another awesome book published in 2004, but it was like 2000 pages and exceptionally dry. If I can find my Organismic Bio book, I'll try to get some quotes from that too.

Also, I'm not going to type all the questions Mr. Berra writes in the book, just because that would take forever, and I don't feel like they're all entirely relevant to post here.
Some Creationist Claims: Do They Raise Any Legitimate Doubts? )

Whew.

Oh, the book also has a neat picture of homologies between bones of the foreleg/arm in different animals, from fish to lizards to humans, etc. I'll scan that in at some point too >.>
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All quotes from "Evolution and the Myth of Creationism: A Basic Guide to the Facts in Evolution Debate" by Tim M. Berra, Professor of Zoology at Ohio State University, 1990. Because [livejournal.com profile] theamaranth has given me teh fire ;x

Terms.
Micro- vs. Macroevolution, etc. )

Archaeopteryx.
Itself and error of the fossil record )

... Ok, now time to draw :3

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