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Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?

 
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Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
Just no missing links even suggesting any species ever turned into a different one, but science is heretical so just skip-ity- doo-duh over the gaps with your... imagination.

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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
Just no missing links even suggesting any species ever turned into a different one, but science is heretical so just skip-ity- doo-duh over the gaps with your... imagination.

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So Professor Darwin, after 150 years of scrounging around in the dirt like apes, why is there still no transitional fossil to give at least some imaginary glint of hope for your theory?

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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
You ever find that missing link in engines from the very first internal combustion engine and that dragster you posted not so long ago?
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
And while you are looking for that transitional engine also need to include, motor cycle engines,outboard motor engines, and those little dual overhead cam twin turbos that the Japs like to build and race.
Should be easy we all know all of those engines have that 1st common ancestor internal combustion engine built back in the 1800's.
So show it to me but it better be a transitional and not it's own separate engine.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
You ever find that missing link in engines from the very first internal combustion engine and that dragster you posted not so long ago?
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Great question, yes, intelligent design and assembly;

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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
You ever find that missing link in engines from the very first internal combustion engine and that dragster you posted not so long ago?
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Great question, yes, intelligent design and assembly;

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So there is no link what so ever between the 1st internal combustion engine built and that dragster?
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
You ever find that missing link in engines from the very first internal combustion engine and that dragster you posted not so long ago?
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Great question, yes, intelligent design and assembly;

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So there is no link what so ever between the 1st internal combustion engine built and that dragster?
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No, it was just one instantaneous giant step, the mystery of motor Morphology.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
Just no missing links even suggesting any species ever turned into a different one, but science is heretical so just skip-ity- doo-duh over the gaps with your... imagination.
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It's impossible for you to give up, isn't it?

Every fossil is a "missing link" you cult driven retard. That's what fossil evidence shows us, that previous species gradually became subsequent species. Notice how in the oldest fossils how simple life forms were, then over millions of years the fossils of more complex creatures are found. Evolution is how life developed on Earth and just because you can't understand how evolution works, it doesn't mean that it's not true, it only means that you're either too ignorant or stubborn to accept the facts, which is mainly due to the cult dogma that's been rammed up your ass by the Watchtower Society.

Furthermore, give us your alternate explanation for life on Earth. Now every time you can't explain a question I give you, it will be considered a "missing link," mkay?

Since you believe that a sky dwelling god named Mr. Jehovah literally 'poofed' every life form into existence, tell us what the process must have looked like. Was there a whirl of dust and a flash of light and 'poof' there was a giraffe, or a wildebeest? And when did he 'poof' the lions to mercilessly kill and eat the giraffes and wildebeasts, right afterwards? Hmmm... that sounds intelligent doesn't it?

Oh, and since you believe that everything is 'something' and it can't come from 'nothing,' explain where Mr. Jehovah came from. (Remember, if you can't tell us, it's a missing link) As a matter of fact, if you can't come up with some reasonable evidence for your imaginary Mr. Jehovah, evolution wins by default!
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
And while you are looking for that transitional engine also need to include, motor cycle engines,outboard motor engines, and those little dual overhead cam twin turbos that the Japs like to build and race.
Should be easy we all know all of those engines have that 1st common ancestor internal combustion engine built back in the 1800's.
So show it to me but it better be a transitional and not it's own separate engine.
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Great analogy! Have DGN find an engine that has 7.5 cylinders instead of 8, maybe that will rattle through his sparsely distributed network of dendrites.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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Engines don't reproduce and give rise to other engines, you fucking idiot.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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Which is also why DGN is horrible at tracking animals, as soon as he misses just one foot print, he can never pick up the trail again!
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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Engines don't reproduce and give rise to other engines, you fucking idiot.
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No, but engines have evolved from simple designs to the sophisticated designs of today. It demonstrates progression and adaption due to environmental demands and is a good analogy for a retard like DGN, since he's like an adolescent about dragsters that make a lot of noise and go real fast.

Over millions of years, mutations in any given lifeform occur at continuous rates. When those mutations provide a benefit, that specie continues to flourish. Through mutations the specie changes over time and is able to adapt to ever changing environments, competition, and disease.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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Engines don't reproduce and give rise to other engines, you fucking idiot.
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No, but engines have evolved from simple designs to the sophisticated designs of today. It demonstrates progression and adaption due to environmental demands and is a good analogy for a retard like DGN, since he's like an adolescent about dragsters that make a lot of noise and go real fast.

Over millions of years, mutations in any given lifeform occur at continuous rates. When those mutations provide a benefit, that specie continues to flourish. Through mutations the specie changes over time and is able to adapt to ever changing environments, competition, and disease.
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Wrong. It is a ridiculous example from an idiot like Libertine that shows he doesn't understand what DGN is even saying. Neither do you.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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Engines don't reproduce and give rise to other engines, you fucking idiot.
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Yes they do fucking dipshit.
Engine design is built off of previous models and newer ideas.
The argument is about links between the two. Same principle applies. If you can't show me proof from one engine design to another without that design being it's on stand alone version. With all the patents in the word at his fingertips. How can he ask for links of the same thing in fossil records.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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Engines don't reproduce and give rise to other engines, you fucking idiot.
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No, but engines have evolved from simple designs to the sophisticated designs of today. It demonstrates progression and adaption due to environmental demands and is a good analogy for a retard like DGN, since he's like an adolescent about dragsters that make a lot of noise and go real fast.

Over millions of years, mutations in any given lifeform occur at continuous rates. When those mutations provide a benefit, that specie continues to flourish. Through mutations the specie changes over time and is able to adapt to ever changing environments, competition, and disease.
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Wrong. It is a ridiculous example from an idiot like Libertine that shows he doesn't understand what DGN is even saying. Neither do you.
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I'm your huckleberry Sparky. What is it that DGN is 'really' trying to say? Hurry, I can't wait.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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Engines don't reproduce and give rise to other engines, you fucking idiot.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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Engines don't reproduce and give rise to other engines, you fucking idiot.
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No, but engines have evolved from simple designs to the sophisticated designs of today. It demonstrates progression and adaption due to environmental demands and is a good analogy for a retard like DGN, since he's like an adolescent about dragsters that make a lot of noise and go real fast.

Over millions of years, mutations in any given lifeform occur at continuous rates. When those mutations provide a benefit, that specie continues to flourish. Through mutations the specie changes over time and is able to adapt to ever changing environments, competition, and disease.
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" When those mutations provide a benefit, that specie continues to flourish."

The reason you can't present one single beneficial mutation is because cell copy failure results in deformed dysfunctional handicaps. If the mutating cells run on long enough they become fatal tumors genius.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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"separate stand alone design"
The problem here is how you apply the word evolution, you use it interchangeably with progression,acknowledging deliberate intelligent design. Darwin's theory denies intelligent design and claims creatures simply turned into different ones, with no evidence, no knowledge of their DNA assembly directions, cells, etc. He thought finches reinvented their own variety of beaks, he couldn't even figure out God made them different from the start so they wouldn't exhaust a single food supply and starve out.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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A person would have to be literally underpants on head levels of stupid to even for one second think that making a connection between a man-made, engineered, non-biological object and the biological development of organic organisms is anywhere near a logical argument or even sensible.

Yet here we are...
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
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Engines don't reproduce and give rise to other engines, you fucking idiot.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
 Quoting: Nefarious Libertine


A person would have to be literally underpants on head levels of stupid to even for one second think that making a connection between a man-made, engineered, non-biological object and the biological development of organic organisms is anywhere near a logical argument or even sensible.

Yet here we are...
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It's hard trying to explain lines of progression to you sub hundred IQ imbeciles using analogies.
It doesn't matter whether it's planes,cars,engines, or animals and plants. Everything has a line of progression.It doesn't matter whether that line was guided by engineers,designers,an omnipotent being, or fucking happenstance.
I can look at 4 completely different car engines of today and say they are different from each other but have a lot of similarities with each other.
I go back 40 years in time and can be shown 4 different engines than the modern ones and say they are completely different from each other but have a lot of similarities, further more I can say they have a lot of similarities to modern engines but since there are no modern engines in this time frame these must be a precursor to those.
That is a reasonable deduction from the evidence.
Evolution is the exact same way. I can look at a modern horse,donkey,zebra and say they are completely different from each other but have a lot of similarities. Go back in time and I can't find any fossils of those animals but I find these fossils as having a lot of similarities with the modern ones.
It's a reasonable deduction to say that these were the fossils of a precursor.
I have Christian friends that have no problem with evolution what so ever.I asked them why. Their reply was quite simple because no where in the bible does it say HOW god created the animals. How did he know that god didn't use evolution to create the animals on the planet. He didn't believe in chaos evolution but evolution by a guiding hand.
I can give him credit at least for understanding the science of it instead of outright denial.
That's why people are more and more falling out of faith because of religioustards rejection of science and critical thinking outright. Believing the earth is flat and and that it's only 6000 years old is just silly and most don't want to follow or be apart of such silliness.
DGN doesn't post these evolution threads to preach or teach or to understand. His posts are full of arrogance and haughtiness, you can tell by his smug titles and arrogant replies. Maybe he should go and reread his holy book on those topics (proverbs would be a good start)and practice being a little more humble.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
 Quoting: Nefarious Libertine


A person would have to be literally underpants on head levels of stupid to even for one second think that making a connection between a man-made, engineered, non-biological object and the biological development of organic organisms is anywhere near a logical argument or even sensible.

Yet here we are...
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It's hard trying to explain lines of progression to you sub hundred IQ imbeciles using analogies.
It doesn't matter whether it's planes,cars,engines, or animals and plants. Everything has a line of progression.It doesn't matter whether that line was guided by engineers,designers,an omnipotent being, or fucking happenstance.
I can look at 4 completely different car engines of today and say they are different from each other but have a lot of similarities with each other.
I go back 40 years in time and can be shown 4 different engines than the modern ones and say they are completely different from each other but have a lot of similarities, further more I can say they have a lot of similarities to modern engines but since there are no modern engines in this time frame these must be a precursor to those.
That is a reasonable deduction from the evidence.
Evolution is the exact same way. I can look at a modern horse,donkey,zebra and say they are completely different from each other but have a lot of similarities. Go back in time and I can't find any fossils of those animals but I find these fossils as having a lot of similarities with the modern ones.
It's a reasonable deduction to say that these were the fossils of a precursor.
I have Christian friends that have no problem with evolution what so ever.I asked them why. Their reply was quite simple because no where in the bible does it say HOW god created the animals. How did he know that god didn't use evolution to create the animals on the planet. He didn't believe in chaos evolution but evolution by a guiding hand.
I can give him credit at least for understanding the science of it instead of outright denial.
That's why people are more and more falling out of faith because of religioustards rejection of science and critical thinking outright. Believing the earth is flat and and that it's only 6000 years old is just silly and most don't want to follow or be apart of such silliness.
DGN doesn't post these evolution threads to preach or teach or to understand. His posts are full of arrogance and haughtiness, you can tell by his smug titles and arrogant replies. Maybe he should go and reread his holy book on those topics (proverbs would be a good start)and practice being a little more humble.
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DGN is nothing more than a brain dead automaton created by the Watchtower Society. JWs can not think critically, their ability to think about and question the dogma that they are virtually 'spoon fed' by no less than 5 meetings per week, has been robbed from them.

I know JWs from the inside out, they destroyed the family I was raised in and it pickled their brains to the extent that none except me, ever accomplished more in life than becoming part time cleaning serfs and disability leaches, it even caused the death of one of the members of my family when they refused a badly needed blood transfusion.

I don't give a shit about trying to convince DGN of anything, he's a lost cause. HOWEVER, he serves a good purpose by constantly attempting to impeach evolution, which gives intelligent people (like yourself) the opportunity to expose creationism for the bronze age horseshit that it really is.

The net result is that DGN is his own worst enemy, and through 'side effect' has revealed evolution to be one of the most brilliant scientific discoveries of modern times. Creationism, for all practical purposes, is dead and only circulates in the bottom half of the bell curve anymore.

Your thoughtful post is appreciated, keep up the good work of educating those that still have doubts about the myth of creationism.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
It's fucking hilarious that you can't show one fucking engine that links the first ICE to the modern versions of today without it being it's own separate stand alone design, but you know damn well that's the common ancestor they evolved from.
 Quoting: Nefarious Libertine


A person would have to be literally underpants on head levels of stupid to even for one second think that making a connection between a man-made, engineered, non-biological object and the biological development of organic organisms is anywhere near a logical argument or even sensible.

Yet here we are...
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It's hard trying to explain lines of progression to you sub hundred IQ imbeciles using analogies.
It doesn't matter whether it's planes,cars,engines, or animals and plants. Everything has a line of progression.It doesn't matter whether that line was guided by engineers,designers,an omnipotent being, or fucking happenstance.
I can look at 4 completely different car engines of today and say they are different from each other but have a lot of similarities with each other.
I go back 40 years in time and can be shown 4 different engines than the modern ones and say they are completely different from each other but have a lot of similarities, further more I can say they have a lot of similarities to modern engines but since there are no modern engines in this time frame these must be a precursor to those.
That is a reasonable deduction from the evidence.
Evolution is the exact same way. I can look at a modern horse,donkey,zebra and say they are completely different from each other but have a lot of similarities. Go back in time and I can't find any fossils of those animals but I find these fossils as having a lot of similarities with the modern ones.
It's a reasonable deduction to say that these were the fossils of a precursor.
I have Christian friends that have no problem with evolution what so ever.I asked them why. Their reply was quite simple because no where in the bible does it say HOW god created the animals. How did he know that god didn't use evolution to create the animals on the planet. He didn't believe in chaos evolution but evolution by a guiding hand.
I can give him credit at least for understanding the science of it instead of outright denial.
That's why people are more and more falling out of faith because of religioustards rejection of science and critical thinking outright. Believing the earth is flat and and that it's only 6000 years old is just silly and most don't want to follow or be apart of such silliness.
DGN doesn't post these evolution threads to preach or teach or to understand. His posts are full of arrogance and haughtiness, you can tell by his smug titles and arrogant replies. Maybe he should go and reread his holy book on those topics (proverbs would be a good start)and practice being a little more humble.
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"understanding the science of it instead of outright denial."
Show me the scientific evidence that cell replication failure rewrites any creatures DNA, resulting in a spontaneous train wreck upgrade directing redesigning every cell/organ producing an entirely bigger better species.
This is what mutation results in, do you really not even know this?


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"understanding the science of it instead of outright denial."
Show me the scientific evidence that cell replication failure rewrites any creatures DNA, resulting in a spontaneous train wreck upgrade directing redesigning every cell/organ producing an entirely bigger better species.
This is what mutation results in, do you really not even know this?

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Cancer is disease of uncontrollable cell generation in a single host. Cancer is not a trait.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
If God created all the animals in a one big Wham bam thank you ma'am. How come we haven't found any fossils of modern day animals like elephants,tigers,bears Oh MY !! way back from 50 million years ago.
Or do you not believe the world is that old? Is it flat too?
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
If God created all the animals in a one big Wham bam thank you ma'am. How come we haven't found any fossils of modern day animals like elephants,tigers,bears Oh MY !! way back from 50 million years ago.
Or do you not believe the world is that old? Is it flat too?
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That's a good one i like that

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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?
If God created all the animals in a one big Wham bam thank you ma'am. How come we haven't found any fossils of modern day animals like elephants,tigers,bears Oh MY !! way back from 50 million years ago.
Or do you not believe the world is that old? Is it flat too?
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That's a good one i like that

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So you're saying you believe in evolution guided by god??
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"understanding the science of it instead of outright denial."
Show me the scientific evidence that cell replication failure rewrites any creatures DNA, resulting in a spontaneous train wreck upgrade directing redesigning every cell/organ producing an entirely bigger better species.
This is what mutation results in, do you really not even know this?
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As usual DGN, you have no idea of what you're talking about.

First of all, EVERY CURRENT LIVING SPECIE is evidence for SUCCESSFUL mutations. They've all diverged from now extinct ancestors that existed millions, 10s of millions, and 100s of millions of years ago.

The only mutations that were passed on in that process were SUCCESFUL mutations and that also explains why today's creatures are different from the creatures that existed millions of years ago. While the environment was changing (as the environment always has) the DNA of those ancestors was also MUTATING, WHICH DNA ALWAYS DOES OVER TIME.

Most mutations are not beneficial, therefore they are not passed on. Only successful mutations are passed on, which is breathtakingly easy to understand for anyone with an IQ above room temperature.(Now I fully understand that your IQ may not be above room temperature, but I'm not trying to convince you of anything anyway, I'm only the speaking to sentient people that may be visiting your stupid threads).

Oh... and by the way, don't forget to explain the details of your alternate theory of how Mr. Jehovah 'poofed' all the millions of different species into existence. We want to know what this 'poofing' looked like. Did he 'poof' whole herds of buffalo at once, or did he just 'poof' a mating pair? What did he 'poof' first, the predators? or the prey? And since he is supposed to be almighty and supremely intelligent, why did he 'poof' all these noble creatures and give them senses of fear, pain, terror and grief; and then make them so that they have to BRUTALLY KILL AND EAT EACH OTHER TO SURVIVE? --- Does that sound intelligent to you??? Or does that look EXACTLY like the insensate product of EVOLUTION!
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?


"understanding the science of it instead of outright denial."
Show me the scientific evidence that cell replication failure rewrites any creatures DNA, resulting in a spontaneous train wreck upgrade directing redesigning every cell/organ producing an entirely bigger better species.
This is what mutation results in, do you really not even know this?
 Quoting: DGN


As usual DGN, you have no idea of what you're talking about.

First of all, EVERY CURRENT LIVING SPECIE is evidence for SUCCESSFUL mutations. They've all diverged from now extinct ancestors that existed millions, 10s of millions, and 100s of millions of years ago.

The only mutations that were passed on in that process were SUCCESFUL mutations and that also explains why today's creatures are different from the creatures that existed millions of years ago. While the environment was changing (as the environment always has) the DNA of those ancestors was also MUTATING, WHICH DNA ALWAYS DOES OVER TIME.

Most mutations are not beneficial, therefore they are not passed on. Only successful mutations are passed on, which is breathtakingly easy to understand for anyone with an IQ above room temperature.(Now I fully understand that your IQ may not be above room temperature, but I'm not trying to convince you of anything anyway, I'm only the speaking to sentient people that may be visiting your stupid threads).

Oh... and by the way, don't forget to explain the details of your alternate theory of how Mr. Jehovah 'poofed' all the millions of different species into existence. We want to know what this 'poofing' looked like. Did he 'poof' whole herds of buffalo at once, or did he just 'poof' a mating pair? What did he 'poof' first, the predators? or the prey? And since he is supposed to be almighty and supremely intelligent, why did he 'poof' all these noble creatures and give them senses of fear, pain, terror and grief; and then make them so that they have to BRUTALLY KILL AND EAT EACH OTHER TO SURVIVE? --- Does that sound intelligent to you??? Or does that look EXACTLY like the insensate product of EVOLUTION!
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"The only mutations that were passed on in that process were SUCCESFUL mutations and that also explains why today's creatures are different from the creatures that existed millions of years ago."

This is not true at all.
I can't stand this lying robot DGN either but if you don't know what you're talking about then maybe you shouldn't be trying to educate others.

We are loaded with unhelpful mutations and DNA. In fact, mildly malignant Neanderthal DNA has been slowly washing out of our genetic makeup over millennia. Or so I've heard. I'm not an expert.
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Re: Favorite fairy tales from the Primordial Soup Wizard. Professor Darwin's fabulous theory explained, sort of?


"understanding the science of it instead of outright denial."
Show me the scientific evidence that cell replication failure rewrites any creatures DNA, resulting in a spontaneous train wreck upgrade directing redesigning every cell/organ producing an entirely bigger better species.
This is what mutation results in, do you really not even know this?
 Quoting: DGN


As usual DGN, you have no idea of what you're talking about.

First of all, EVERY CURRENT LIVING SPECIE is evidence for SUCCESSFUL mutations. They've all diverged from now extinct ancestors that existed millions, 10s of millions, and 100s of millions of years ago.

The only mutations that were passed on in that process were SUCCESFUL mutations and that also explains why today's creatures are different from the creatures that existed millions of years ago. While the environment was changing (as the environment always has) the DNA of those ancestors was also MUTATING, WHICH DNA ALWAYS DOES OVER TIME.

Most mutations are not beneficial, therefore they are not passed on. Only successful mutations are passed on, which is breathtakingly easy to understand for anyone with an IQ above room temperature.(Now I fully understand that your IQ may not be above room temperature, but I'm not trying to convince you of anything anyway, I'm only the speaking to sentient people that may be visiting your stupid threads).

Oh... and by the way, don't forget to explain the details of your alternate theory of how Mr. Jehovah 'poofed' all the millions of different species into existence. We want to know what this 'poofing' looked like. Did he 'poof' whole herds of buffalo at once, or did he just 'poof' a mating pair? What did he 'poof' first, the predators? or the prey? And since he is supposed to be almighty and supremely intelligent, why did he 'poof' all these noble creatures and give them senses of fear, pain, terror and grief; and then make them so that they have to BRUTALLY KILL AND EAT EACH OTHER TO SURVIVE? --- Does that sound intelligent to you??? Or does that look EXACTLY like the insensate product of EVOLUTION!
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"The only mutations that were passed on in that process were SUCCESFUL mutations and that also explains why today's creatures are different from the creatures that existed millions of years ago."

This is not true at all.
I can't stand this lying robot DGN either but if you don't know what you're talking about then maybe you shouldn't be trying to educate others.

We are loaded with unhelpful mutations and DNA. In fact, mildly malignant Neanderthal DNA has been slowly washing out of our genetic makeup over millennia. Or so I've heard. I'm not an expert.
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Is this the reason you can never present a 'beneficial mutation'?
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