Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in news:dfs83b$1a40$1
> One of the commenters in Slashdot rightfully (yet gently and tactfully)
> pointed out that the human race seems to procreate the least where
> intellect has become inherent.
That, and advances in medicine which allows the breeding of things which
natural evolution would have weeded out, and many other factors paint a
bleak picture in our evolutionary scale.
Thats why when someone says that something like genetic engineering might
create an unnatural future race I tend to look at it as a balancing factor
to get us back on track. (same with abortion)
I saw a really nasty image of the evolution of chimp-to-man being
progressed further and getting all bent and twisted and obviously mentally
deficient. It was disturbing
The problem with the idea of Creationism is that you first must accept the
idea that God would actually have wanted to create man. Personally I feel
that random chaos is much easier to blame for the result.