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Evolution does not happen

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posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 08:32 AM
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Originally posted by theghost88
IMAGINARY MECHANISMS OF EVOLUTION

The neo-Darwinist model, which we shall take as the mainstream theory of evolution today, argues that life has evolved through two natural mechanisms: "natural selection" and "mutation". The theory basically asserts that natural selection and mutation are two complementary mechanisms. The origin of evolutionary modifications lies in random mutations that take place in the genetic structures of living things. The traits brought about by mutations are selected by the mechanism of natural selection, and by this means living things evolve...............

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Well now, arent you thinking for yourself? Lets look at what you said:

"Evolution does not happen"

Now I am sure you have taken an anti-biotic before, maybe you have even taken a flu-shot or something similar to that. Can you remember the doctors instructions? When you take an anti-biotic, you are prescribed a dosage, and a specific time length. You are typically told for infections and such that you need to take this anti-biotic for the time limit even if the symptoms dissapear and you feel good. Why? If you take an anti-biotic, it typically kills all of the infecting agent, but sometimes a known biological issue can occur. Your symptoms may dissapear, but a tiny amount of this infector is left. If you stop taking anti-biotics now, that small amount of the infector will reproduce, and your infection will redevelop. So what you say? (because you cannot think for yourself obviously). WEll, the significance of this is that the infection that survived the initial dose of the anti-biotic had a stronger immunity to the anti-biotic. All that is left to reproduce is a stronger agent. So, when your infection redevelops, it is going to be extremely hard to kill with the original anti-biotic. has occured and is a known issue. What has happened is the evolution of a stronger infector.

Evolution does occur in this instance, so your misguided statement that you got from listening to others without thinking for yourself is wrong.




posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 09:50 AM
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These are my opinions since everyone wants to know:

I don't belive in god and the whole god created the world scenario. It just doesn't make sense to me. He must have been one hell of a scientist to do it in seven days. And how come since we evolved from apes, there has been no other recent records of an ape evolving???


Ric

posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 10:01 AM
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Organisms do evolve, its already been recorded and observed,
Certain flies that began planting eggs in a different fruit that grew in a different season changed their mating season, suddenly they had changed so much that they were unable to mate with the original species... they may not have changed much physically but genetically they have become quite different. This was observed in the 19th century

Its common sense that things change over time, adapting to the environment. If you look at modern homo sapiens we are growing larger cerebrums, for advanced problem solving. Problem solving that wasnt needed in ancient times. New generations are being born without wisdom teeth, probably caused by better dental care



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