User talk:LeonardO

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Joaquín Martínez 12:27, 22 June 2011 (EDT)


Basic stuff for now - just to get a structure going - but feel free to add to it as much detail as possible, up to and including why a stupid bird should decide on its own to get back the claws abandoned by its supposed ancestors. Karajou 11:38, 22 June 2011 (EDT)

Oh, don't get me wrong, I think it's a very good article! I do not believe in Evolution, and the reason why I asked for more information is because I am curious about the details, and also because I believe that adding a paragraph about its claws would improve the quality of the article and make it stronger! I would write something myself but I haven't done any research on the matter. So, if I am correct, the development of claws in the wings of the hoatzin goes against Evolution because it would represent an unexplicable evolutionary step backward for the species? If I can find the right wording I might already add a stub paragraph to the article :) --Leo-from-UK 11:42, 22 June 2011 (EDT)

You hit the nail on the head; it is an unexplicable - unexplainable - evolutionary step backward. In order to properly explain this animal, evolutionists have to explain a reason for it to get these claws back, which means giving the hoatzin an intelligence it doesn't possess. Karajou 11:48, 22 June 2011 (EDT)
Thanks for clearing things up for me. I added a few words to the article to make it clearer for everyone WHY such a feature goes against Evolution, but I still believe that it would be nice to expand on it, and to give this matter its own paragraph in the article, eventually. It is not a high priority, of course. --Leo-from-UK 11:59, 22 June 2011 (EDT)


Excellent completion of the final term to complete the perfect doubling by century at Essay:Best New Conservative Words!--Andy Schlafly 16:13, 23 June 2011 (EDT)

Glad to be of use. Let me know if there is any other particular way in which I can help! --Leo-from-UK 16:19, 23 June 2011 (EDT)