This issue of The Economist is an especially good one to check out. Its got columns on pretty much everything, ranging from Corruption in China to Google Click to the Virginia Tech massacre. The first one that caught my eye, however, was the headline God vs Darwin: this time it's global. I believe that evolution is irrefutable - the proof lays in fossils, our DNA/RNA, and really the world around us, but, as always, this is not the case for everyone. Father Vsevolod Chaplin says that the theory of evolution is "based on pretty strained argumentation" and that physical evidence cited in its support "can never prove that one biological species can evolve into another." Even Pope Benedict XVI, our current Pope, says that it cannot be conclusively proved; and that the manner in which life developed was indicative of a "divine reason" which could not be discerned by scientific method alone. What are your thoughts on evolution? Do you follow a 100% scientific view on it, or do you think (a) God created it all? Or did (a) God just create the Earth, and left the proteins to assemble themselves? And a friendly reminder to please refrain from trolling, or anything else that will purposefully offend someone.