Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 17th, 2007
It appears people are dying to argue or debate or yell at each other about evolutionism, creationism, and cryptozoology.
Therefore, as opposed to this discussion popping up, sort of off-topic, in other Cryptomundo blogs’ comment sections, let’s try this. Here are a couple simple questions: Does cryptozoology have room for creationists? Does cryptozoology have room for evolutionists?
In an evidence-based scientific model, does the philosophy or religion of the person gathering the evidence matter when the pursuit of new animals is concerned? When tracking down cryptids, whether the cryptozoologist is chasing Bigfoot, dinosaurs, or new species of rats, does it matter if she or he is a creationist, a evolutionist, or an agnostic?
Let me open up the comments’ section here for a discussion of this, as long as it can remain civil, not personalized, and intelligent.
Does it matter whom it might be or what your belief system is, if you can bring in the first Bigfoot?
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