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Oh Mr Darwin..... why didn't all animals go extinct during the millions years it took evolution to NON-intelligently design umbilical cords?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 26102938:MV8yMDQ0MjQyXzM0NTAwNjA5X0VCQTZCNzA3] [quote:Anonymous Coward 23223519:MV8yMDQ0MjQyXzM0NTAwNTU3XzczMkZEMDFD] Disregarding the fact that your explanation is purely 'just-so' speculation... Do you realize how many perfectly coordinated changes would have to occur in order to switch from an Ovoviviparous egg development and Viviparous placental gestation, while constantly conferring enough of a fitness advantage to become fixated in the population??? [/quote] How about we apply similar logic to OP's theory? There are plenty of animals that never have an umbilical cord, so it is simply nonsense to claim that "all animals" would have gone extinct during the development of the cord. [/quote]
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