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You can prove what path it took any time you want. Observe it happen. Everytime you drop it, it will take a path, often the same path it took before.

So you're saying that the only way Behe and other creationists will ever find evolution acceptable, is if scientists manage to completely reproduce a flagellum in a lab.

And when they do, creationists will claim it wasn't a valid experiment because it required intelligent scientists.

And you wonder why scientists don't take creationism seriously.

In essence he's saying, we've dropped the ball a million times. It just lands in one of the holes at the bottom. I can therefore infer that to get to something else besides these holes, I need something not accounted for yet in the theory of pachinko.

What you just said makes no sense at all if you're dealing with a pachinko machine that has a trillion holes.
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