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We need a more concise explanation of the what is now a better recognized and understood process of evolution. The political debate that has overtaken serious science today confuses theology with science.
The main question isn't whether Creationism versus Natural Selection is more valid, it is whether we come to understand the process by which Human Selection has already overtaken Natural Selection as the dominate rule for the environment and all life on Earth.
First, this theory requires reasonable debate and validation scientifically and then if a workable theory is proposed, a discussion about human behavior must also be engaged and meaningful proposals put forward.
Many forms of the debate have been waged by many, for many years but nevertheless we need to re-examine some of the basic propositions and address the growing body of important evidence that there is a problem with workable solutions.
So let's do it together and make it so.