posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 04:14 PM
reply to post by Darkk
Like i said you should be able to observe it in beacteria, bacteria only lives a short while so if observed overtime it should become more and more
complex as the generations go on.
It took 3.9billion years for complex life to form...and you expect it to happen while you watch? Seriously?
The bacteria/virus adapts to its surroundings...what should it turn into according to you? A horse?
But that is such a cop out, that is the same as saying god is invisible and that is why you can't see him. We should be finding just as many
transitional life forms as we do regular fossils but we find more and more of the same thing.
Here's the funny thing...EVERY SINGLE SPECIES and fossil we find is a transitional species! We are constantly evolving, and so are animals/plants and
other life forms. If you wait another 500k years, humans will have evolved. And those humans (if we survive that long as a species) will look at us
like we look at Neanderthals.
Look at the evolution of humans for example: LINK
The changes happen at varying speeds, but are mostly very very slow compared to the lifetime of a human. For example, on average, human females are
now shorter than they were a few generations ago. The change isn't drastic, and it doesn't mean your daughter will be a midget...but on average,
females are shrinking. Our sense of smell is also getting worse overall compared to our ancestors.
You have to read up on evolution (not just Darwin, the new stuff too) if you seriously expect to witness a reptile turning into a bird or something
like that. And it's the same with bacteria...it took BILLIONS of years for less complex lifeforms like bacteria and single celled organisms to turn
into complex life. Do you expect them to suddenly make an exception for you?
You claimed DNA doesn't back up the theory, I posted a scientific article showing you that you were wrong...so do you at least acknowledge that or if
not, why not?