Scientific Fact No. 4 - Human Egg and Sperm Proves Evolution is Wrong
This really makes no sense. You have ignored what happens when and why. There are plenty of things that directly affect the female egg. Specifically
there are drugs, radiation, disease, and sperm!! Not that all of these are providing beneficial information (or are they?) they are changing the
outcome of her offspring. The opportunity for the egg to be fertilized in the first place to even have a chance at producing offspring is effected by
her appearance, her location (among fertile males), her choice of mates, promiscuity, alcohol, disease, race, drugs, dorm life, etc. If she doesn’t
have sex she won’t have offspring. Isn’t that the environmental experience of the female?
One of the things you have overlooked is the fact that the womb is an environment. It is the environmental experience of the pregnant female effecting
the environment of her daughter’s eggs. The conditions that the mother is in effects the condition of the womb. So when the fetus is forming, and
the eggs are forming, they are being effected on by environmental factors. Things such as the nourishment from the mother, drugs, radiation,
temperature, gravity, sound, blood flow, the effectives of the placenta, etc.
It almost seams that you are saying that every single egg in the female is identical. So are you also saying that every single gene in each of these
eggs is identical? So when the male with millions of identical sperm fertilizes the eggs of the same female, each of their kids will be identical? Do
you look just like your brother or sister? Coming from the same parents the things that make the offspring different are the environmental factors
affecting the combining of the chromosomes (23+23) and genes and the environmental factors affect the growth of that offspring right through birth.
What about the sperm? The ability of the genes to combine varies the offspring. This is why brothers and sisters are different within the same family.
The mother and the father both provide the same genetic makeup to all of their children but they are all different depending on how the chromosomes
and genes combine. There are over 23,000 genes that need to be arranged to produce a child. The children of one family can differ in strength, beauty,
intelligence, endurance, disease resistance, adaptability, personality, size, etc. These factors will determine their future success and the
likelihood of their reproducing.
If you have a classroom of 6-year-old children each bake a cake with the very same instructions using the same ingredients I guaranty not all of the
cakes will be exactly the same. Some will bake longer, some will use bad equipment and measure wrong, some might have double yoke eggs, the power
might go out in the middle of baking, it may be a very humid day, Some might be baking up in the high mountains and some at sea level, someone might
slam the door and some cakes near the door will fall, some may have a bad oven, some may accidentally get bumped and add extra sugar or vanilla or
shortening and their cake may be better because of that mistake. Then they might tell others what happened to make that improvement. A by chance
environmental effect that caused an improvement
Fact: the single fertilized egg can split to produce identical twins. Fact: identical twins are not identical. For one thing they have different
fingerprints. They can be different birth weights, one could be under trauma when the other is not, each could have received different amounts of
blood flow because of their developmental position, i.e. their environment. (Ever see the movie “Twins” with Danny D. and Arnold S.?:lol
are female these things will affect the production of their eggs while in the womb.
It would seam that if a mother develops antibodies for a disease variation just before pregnancy. Those antibodies could be transferred into her
fetus. This could make her children (or just one child) immune to this disease. That would be a very intelligent change. Perhaps that feature is
carried to her children’s children. It would improve the success of her offspring and her offspring’s offspring. Perhaps her daughters could only
successfully mate with intelligent men.
The Human Egg and Sperm Proves Evolution is Right.
Note: for alligators and some turtles sex is determined by environmental factors.