» Sounds logical but sometimes logic changes as more information/evidence is
» gathered. For example, did you know that just 10 years or so ago the
» scientific community had to revise some of the laws of gravity because
» asteroids circling around saturn were defying the existing laws of gravity?
» You are talking about skin, hair-follicles, and tissue and Acell as you
» have the first and last word on the situation. Give me a break!!! It’s as
» though you think what you know about skin/hair and logic is the beginning
» and end of everything. You sound like one of the people who would have
» snickered at Columbus because he thought the world wasn’t flat. You do not
» have an open mind. You just apply what presently seems logical TO YOU and
» then close your mind to other possibilites. But what you don’t understand
» is that, that attitude is the attitude that is NOT SCIENTIFIC because
» science is always superceding itself.
If you have a logical argument and more information/evidence about how the state of a section of skin that was completely removed affects the formation of hair follicles in newly generated tissue, then please present it. I’m all ears.
Save your asteroid and Columbus analogies for someone else though. Creationists use the same type of rhetoric. Hmm, did you know that back in the 1400’s everybody thought that if you stand on your head and bite the ear of a white barking dog, then you could cure a case of the common cold? Everybody who said otherwise was laughed at. But now, scientists have proved otherwise. That’s why even though it’s commonly accepted that the universe is billions of years old, the fact that the world was created 10,000 ago in 6 days is still true.
Having said that, I agree that TheGay me is a bit rowdy even though we’re on the same side of the argument here. :lookaround: