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Message Subject Evolution is impossible
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Look at something as complex as the human eye. It works perfectly as a means of sensory information entering the body, and being processes, then stored by the body.

This could not possibly be the result of random permutations over millions of years.

Look at all the creatures in nature - if evolution was how we arrived where we are today, there would be millions of other species still 'evolving'.

DNA is akin to a computer coding system. It has an intelligent design behind it; why do some people still insist that we evolved from gelatenaous goo over millions of years?

Anyone who really thinks about it can see we are not just random lifeforms that happen to 'work'. We have been designed, as a car designer tunes, perfects and refines a car when he designs it.

I think the truth is, that there is variation in all species, but ultimately, our blueprint has been determined by the DNA structure/sequence inside us.

There is plenty of variation between humans - black, white, ginger, chinese, asian, tall, small, attractive, ugly, fat, thin, intelligent, dumb.... the list goes on.

The 'weaker' variations no longer die out, as we do not live as hunter-gatherers anymore.

I don't think Darwin had it quite right.
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Stuff your stupid religon back up your sorry stupid ass



Genome data moves Darwin forward

UPI
2009-02-14

U.S. researchers say data from the Human Genome Project are shedding new light on Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.

"Over the ages we cataloged the anatomical differences between people and eventually biochemical differences, too. Now we can get down to the molecular differences," Carlos D. Bustamante, a professor of computational biology at Cornell University, told The Washington Post. (NYSE:WPO)

Researchers said many common health problems -- such as obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure -- may have been caused by natural selection.

The report said more than 300 human genes show evidence of recent mutations and it is estimated that at least 10

percent of the human genome has undergone natural selection during the past 200,000 years.
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TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND YEARS OF PROVEN EVOLUTION


Not the pissly assed six thousand years the flat earth bilbe writers imagined when they created your drooler hump back, humpty dumpty, dofus god character .

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