Peaceful
#21 Apr 11, 2013
crazy people wrote:
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If I am wrong prove me wrong... but, you can't.
Faith..... it wouldn't then take, faith!
Proof

Kirksey, KY

#22 Apr 12, 2013
Anonymous Keyboard Tapper wrote:
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Most non-believers would need a little more than something that looks cute or smells good.
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What you are describing has nothing to do with the theory of common descent. See, you got too much of a "magic make it go poof" idea of speciation and not accounting for the effects of millions of years of genetic drift, isolation, migration, and mutation.
The magic theory I have is called Faith my friend
Paul

United States

#24 Apr 12, 2013
Proof wrote:
<quoted text>The magic theory I have is called Faith my friend
If faith is do strong, then why does the pope ride around in a double bullet proof glassed car? If he's man of god and his faith in god is so strong, why does he need the bullet proof glass? Did Abraham have bullet proof armor when he saved Lot? Nope. You sir have no idea of faith. Faith is not proof of god.
Best answer I can give

Miami, FL

#25 Apr 12, 2013
Proof wrote:
<quoted text> turn your hand over and take a good look, what an ingenious creation, look around outside at the flowers, take a minute to smell them, look at a child's face... What more proof do you need? Evolution you say? If we evolved from apes, why aren't all the apes turning into men? Maybe we slithered out of the muck as tadpoles, why aren't we turning into frogs instead of men?
I am waiting for an answer!!!
Peaceful
#26 Apr 12, 2013
The Supreme Court interpretations of the Fourteenth Amendment due process clause: 1 The establishment of any official church, with people forced to accept its creed, attend its services, and support its activities by taxes, and 2 interference with privite religious belief and worship. Individuals are therefore FREE to cherish such religious convictions as they like(or none at all). to declare them publicly and to seek to win converts to them, and to engage in such forms of worship as they choose; while people in groups may organize churches and hold religious services according to their own preferences. So long, however, as there is no violation of law or breach of peace, freedom of belief and worship must be unrestricted. Thank God, I am an American!

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#27 Apr 12, 2013
Best answer I can give wrote:
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I am waiting for an answer!!!
Are you waiting for a short answer as to why you don't witness evolution occurring? Or why all species don't evolve into Homo Sapiens? Even Homo Sapiens are evolving towards some other creature yet unknown, that is, if they survive long enough.

Scientists have mapped the genome for many species and can now tell approximately how long it has been since any two of those species shared a common ancestor. They can state with a high degree of certainty how many millions of years it has been since man and chimpanzee shared a common ancestor (appr. 5 million). Fossils of intermediate forms between then and now are relatively scarce, but compared to 50 years ago, they are plentiful.

If you really want answers, pick up a good book on the subject and take it all in. It's fascinating reading.

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#28 Apr 12, 2013
2Independent wrote:
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Are you waiting for a short answer as to why you don't witness evolution occurring? Or why all species don't evolve into Homo Sapiens? Even Homo Sapiens are evolving towards some other creature yet unknown, that is, if they survive long enough.
Scientists have mapped the genome for many species and can now tell approximately how long it has been since any two of those species shared a common ancestor. They can state with a high degree of certainty how many millions of years it has been since man and chimpanzee shared a common ancestor (appr. 5 million). Fossils of intermediate forms between then and now are relatively scarce, but compared to 50 years ago, they are plentiful.
If you really want answers, pick up a good book on the subject and take it all in. It's fascinating reading.
I believe he was waiting for an answer to this question:
Best answer I can give wrote:
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Do you believe in intelligent life on other planets in other galaxies far, far away or even on planets in this galaxy?
Answer this question and I'll get back.
Best answer I can give

Miami, FL

#29 Apr 12, 2013
Best answer I can give wrote:
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Do you believe in intelligent life on other planets in other galaxies far, far away or even on planets in this galaxy?
Answer this question and I'll get back.
Reference to post # 20.

The question I asked above was in reference to post number 20.

I know about evolution and I don't question it.

So, go back to post # 20 and answer my question about life on other planets.

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#30 Apr 12, 2013
Sorry. I lost track of what you were talking about. I doubt you will get a response from true believers on life outside of Earth. Too painful.
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Miami, FL

#31 Apr 12, 2013
That's because the can't believe life exist anywhere except here on Earth. This planet out of all the billion and billions of possibilities in the entire universe is the only one with life.

Too bad they don't have a brain to think for themselves.
Whats Next

Murray, KY

#32 Apr 12, 2013
Yeah, if you really want answers, be sure and fascinate yourself with someone else's speculation. Because, when you get down to it, that's pretty much what the scientific world knows for fact. True, yes they can see bits and pieces of it under a microscope. But as far as an assembled chronology of the big picture, they're still speculators. If you're gullible enough to take them verbatim, have at it. It's more science fiction than proven science.

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#33 Apr 12, 2013
Whats Next wrote:
Yeah, if you really want answers, be sure and fascinate yourself with someone else's speculation. Because, when you get down to it, that's pretty much what the scientific world knows for fact. True, yes they can see bits and pieces of it under a microscope. But as far as an assembled chronology of the big picture, they're still speculators. If you're gullible enough to take them verbatim, have at it. It's more science fiction than proven science.
I note that you don't mention a single issue which you are writing off as speculation. The world of science is concerned with evidence. In the sciences,speculation is called just that, speculation, until evidence supports it. Perhaps you've heard of the "scientific method." To bad they can't be as certain as the facts in the bible. But then, they would have to change the name of their discipline to "dogma."
Whats Next

Murray, KY

#34 Apr 13, 2013
Carbon dating, inaccurate if you travel so far back in time. The direct missing link between humans and apes still not found. These three words that you see so much in the scientific world, "Scientists believe that". Sure looks like guess work to me. It appears you're saying that if a scientist believes it, it must be taken for the gospel truth(pun intended). Talking about dogma, when the scientists say we believe, you call it proven. That's not fascinating, more amusing, especially when you call out one side of the argument as false believers. As well as many other snide comments.

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#35 Apr 13, 2013
Whats Next wrote:
Carbon dating, inaccurate if you travel so far back in time. The direct missing link between humans and apes still not found. These three words that you see so much in the scientific world, "Scientists believe that". Sure looks like guess work to me. It appears you're saying that if a scientist believes it, it must be taken for the gospel truth(pun intended). Talking about dogma, when the scientists say we believe, you call it proven. That's not fascinating, more amusing, especially when you call out one side of the argument as false believers. As well as many other snide comments.
There are many methods of dating fossils. Carbon dating is not one of them. We do, in fact, have intermediate forms between our apelike ancestors and modern man. Most of them fall under the category of Australopithecus. Read up, unless you are afraid.
Whats Next

Murray, KY

#36 Apr 13, 2013
There's the words again,'believe that" or 'widely held" tagged all over anything to do with your AP view, nothing directly proven. As far as an intermediate, we could call lightning, in your view, the atmosphere or the ground, because at times its connected to both. What scientist has went on record and said that the AP's are the link that shows evidence beyond a shadow of a doubt? Name one. One that is, that hasn't quickly been disproved.

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#37 Apr 13, 2013
Whats Next wrote:
There's the words again,'believe that" or 'widely held" tagged all over anything to do with your AP view, nothing directly proven. As far as an intermediate, we could call lightning, in your view, the atmosphere or the ground, because at times its connected to both. What scientist has went on record and said that the AP's are the link that shows evidence beyond a shadow of a doubt? Name one. One that is, that hasn't quickly been disproved.
It's hard to decipher what you say due to the grammar, but the entire body of paleoanthropologists acknowledge that Australopithecus was the ancestor of Homo Sapiens as well as other species of hominids that went extinct. Australopithecus was one intermediate form that lasted for up to 2 million years. Stating that this is not so is no more than a juvenile tactic to avoid the truth. Educate yourself before debating on a topic that you know nothing about.
Hazelky

Bronx, NY

#38 Apr 13, 2013
2Independent wrote:
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It's hard to decipher what you say due to the grammar, but the entire body of paleoanthropologists acknowledge that Australopithecus was the ancestor of Homo Sapiens as well as other species of hominids that went extinct. Australopithecus was one intermediate form that lasted for up to 2 million years. Stating that this is not so is no more than a juvenile tactic to avoid the truth. Educate yourself before debating on a topic that you know nothing about.
What genes does humans share with primates? Has it been proven or just a educated guess? What you have stated is just so many big words that show how stupid you really are they are not facts. The real proof is yet to be found

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#39 Apr 13, 2013
Hazelky wrote:
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What genes does humans share with primates? Has it been proven or just a educated guess? What you have stated is just so many big words that show how stupid you really are they are not facts. The real proof is yet to be found
Homo Sapiens and chimpanzees share about 98% of their genome. The split from a common ancestor was about 5 million years ago. So what big words do (does) you find confusing? And why does using a big word make a person stupid? You are correct that words are not facts. Words, however, can be used to convey facts from person to person.
Hazelky

Bronx, NY

#40 Apr 13, 2013
2Independent wrote:
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Homo Sapiens and chimpanzees share about 98% of their genome. The split from a common ancestor was about 5 million years ago. So what big words do (does) you find confusing? And why does using a big word make a person stupid? You are correct that words are not facts. Words, however, can be used to convey facts from person to person.
Still no facts one way or other. Howsomeever your still a egotistical idiot that is a fact Jack!

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#41 Apr 13, 2013
Hazelky wrote:
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Still no facts one way or other. Howsomeever your still a egotistical idiot that is a fact Jack!
Perhaps you are mistaking ego for knowledge. You will accept no scientific facts that I or anyone else list if it contradicts something from your small world.

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