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From: Ross Olson [ross{at}rossolson.org]
Sent: Saturday, October 28, 2006 8:37 AM
To: Editor Star Tribune (opinion{at}startribune.com)
Subject: Design


Anyone with minimal education can distinguish an arrowhead from a random rock and no one would mistake a Morse Code message for a natural phenomenon. Yet intelligent, educated people claim that life -- which is far more complex than anything produced by humans -- came about by natural processes.

How can this be? It is because education has failed. Evidence contrary to evolution is censored and the opinions of scientists have been presented as science. Further, by defining science as the search for natural explanations and then claiming that supernatural explanations are unscientific, logic is ignored and the search for truth abandoned.

Ross S. Olson