Quoting: Anonymous Coward 902591 Quoting: misterx Quoting: Butt Ugly Toad
You really should research things more before posting:
[link to en.wikipedia.org
Yes, tuatara, living dinosaurs. If you read the
article. This is real science.
And the other article, you just blithely ignore
about dinosaur fossils being found after the K/T
Ps: What is the most remote region of the Universe?
A Closed Mind . . . like yours!
It is your mind that is closed apparently,
Why don't you hop away?
One of the most un-evolved animals found anywhere on Earth, the tuatara are a dinosaur species that's remained unchanged since it first appeared 200 million years ago. Fossil and DNA analysis allows its lineage to be traced back to the Late Triassic during the Mesozoic Era.
The Tuatara has remained 'unchanged' for 200 million years. What happened to evolution?
Things only have to change or adapt, if there environment changes dramatically.
Those tuataras are luck little bastards it appears.
Now, should we wish such luck on ourselves as a species?
There's a light question.
Safety and stasis, or crisis and adaptation?
Personally, I just don't want anymore crisis than is absolutely necessary.
I don't care if we evolve any more or not. Doesn't matter to me int he least. We could just all be what we are.
Others are not so satisfied -- with themsleves and humanity.
Some people and other beings are addicted to change and control.
I kind of like those little buggers.