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Do you think evolution should be taught in public schools?
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[quote:Village Atheist:MV8xMjc3OTcxXzIwOTQ1MDUyX0NCNTU2MTA2] human fetus recapitulat phyical manifestations of earlier phylogeny that existed throughout our evoluionary development - In much the same way as birds grow teeth , in the embryonic phases to recapitulate their reptilian origins. On rare occasions, the later ontogeny doesn't complete gestation, and individuals are born with atavisms. :5a: RH factor is a gene passed on to humans from rhesus monkeys proving the link between humans and primates but 15% of the worlds population are RH negative meaning they lack the gene so no clear link to primates can be identified. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rh_blood_group_system#Rh_factor People with RH negative blood are more likely too grow a fully working tail however its usually cut off at birth unless you live in india where you get worshipped for having a tail. [/quote]
I believe it should be, and I don't believe intelligent design should be taught.
What do you think?
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