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Message Subject Oh Mr Darwin..... why didn't all animals go extinct during the millions years it took evolution to NON-intelligently design umbilical cords?
Poster Handle AllGunsBlazing
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You had your answer three months ago, but you refused to read it until someone condensed it into two paragraphs. Or possibly they could've put it in chapters and verses?

Thread: Strange how embryos survived a million years before the evolution created umbilical cords right Mr Darwin?

Try reading a book other than the Bible
 Quoting: AllGunsBlazing

Can you be more scientifically specific, I figure the first embryo would have died with no cord and could never reproduce. Evolution isn't even a theory it's just a sy/fy joke on the simple.
 Quoting: DGN

The remnant yolk sacs of eggs evolved into the umbilical cord. It was much safer to have your fetus growing inside you than to have to lay eggs which proved as an evolutionary advantage for mammals and marsupials.

So basically, the eggs starting growing inside animals, which was advantageous. What was the yolk and other parts that are present in eggs, are still present in human embryos as well. Our early development is strikingly similar to reptiles' early development.
 Quoting: AllGunsBlazing

"Our early development is strikingly similar to reptiles' early development."
Are you referring to this?- [link to www.hoaxofdodos.com] Haeckle's drawings showing all those embryos were long proven an invention, but apparently still appearing in textbooks.
[this site was first google result. I haven't read, nor can I vouch for whatever else may be on the site, but it looks interesting, so I probably will read more.]
 Quoting: chauchat

No, I'm referring to this:

[link to youtu.be]

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