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Originally posted by Mads1987
reply to post by ManFromEurope
I agree with you on everything, but your use of the word static. To me static it means motionless, like a still picture or absolutes such as space, time, nothingness, eternity. I am not sure if I belive in absolutes, but that is a different topic. I'll pretend I do. I belive these concepts to be static. I think time in itself is static, but I think for the observer it is very subjective, so that might no be the best of examples. But anyway..
I do not see how you can consider the sun or the earth or anything else static. They are constantly changing. I mean, erosion dude, evtually everything will cease to excist. How can anything be static. :/
I would just like to add that english is not my first language, so if I am just missunderstanding the word, I apoligize.edit on 26/06/87 by Mads1987 because: felt I needed to elaberate on my nationality.
Originally posted by ManFromEurope
But as far as I understood the OP, he talked about an evolution, an advancement in stars, planets and down to the tiniest little things on these planets.
reply to post by bjarneorn
there is no evolutionary demand that they do so
Originally posted by VonDoomen
Actually, in the beginning there was just energy, no plasma.
The universe had to cool down enough first for electrons to bind to protons and neutrons. So up until this point, there was no atomic structures, and no hydrogen or helium.
Originally posted by Helmkat
When a predator is chasing you, leaping out of the surf onto the beach is a great way to survive (that is if you can get back in the water.)
Also there were insects on the land and that was food.
Originally posted by bjarneorn
is where it all goes wrong, because why should these fish start to walk on land, as there is no food on land an there is no evolutionary demand that they do so. Before mammals have to start to walk on land, the plantlife need to start growing on land, before they crawl there and the plantlife on land need to have a similar constraints that is attainable and acquireable for these lifes.
Originally posted by lonegurkha
During climate cycles which have existed on earth almost since the beginning, The freshwater systems would have risen and fallen with the seasons. Much like they do today. There are freshwater fish that even today are able to move over land to get to other water sources. Witness the asian snakehead which plagues the Chesapeake bay area. This fish can travel very far over land moving to a location where there is more food.
There is ample evidence that would refute your theory.edit on 1/2/2012 by lonegurkha because: (no reason given)edit on 1/2/2012 by lonegurkha because: Lord please help me to learn to spell
Originally posted by mthgs602
You ever seen a jar of peanut butter start randomly creating life...?
Something out of nothing? I just cant see that for fact.