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And everyone is observably irrational a significant portion of the time, so attempting to build a society on science and reason is not only a tried, tested, and failed concept
had he read any of dawkins work besides god delusion he would know its pretty much all about evolution, and as it shows there doesnt neccesarily need to be a divine anything and so far no proof of a divine anything has turned up then yes his work does help support his lack of belief
People believe or don't believe in the existence of God for a wide variety of reasons, but anyone who has read much of Richard Dawkins's work will recognize that Dawkins doesn't believe there is almost certainly no God due to either science or reason.
Turkana Boy, also occasionally, Nariokotome Boy is the common name of fossil KNM-WT 15000, a nearly complete skeleton of a hominid who died in the early Pleistocene. This specimen is the most complete early human skeleton ever found. It is 1.5 million years old. Turkana Boy is classified as either Homo erectus or Homo ergaster. His age has been estimated from as old as 15 years to as young as 7 years six months. The most recent scientific review suggests 8 years of age. It was initially suggested that he would have grown into 1.85 m tall adult but the most recent analysis argues for the much shorter stature of 1.63 m. The reason for this shift has been research showing that his growth maturation differed from that of modern humans in that he would have had a shorter and smaller adolescent growth spurt. The skeleton was discovered in 1984 by Kamoya Kimeu, a member of a team led by Richard Leakey, at Nariokotome near Lake Turkana in Kenya.[4
I'm wondering, is there anything about evolution that says it must've started with single cell and went bigger?