Evolution is imagined... it is not observed.By the way HST, the reason that no one has published an article showing how "mathematically" it is possible for evolution to occur is that same reason as no one has ever published and article showing how it is mathematically possible for a rock to fall.

It is obvious to all but the most dense student that if something has happened it is mathematically possible.

Now you can show that it is mathematically possible the way that I did. But that is such an obvious observation that it will never make it to a professional journal.

We know evolution is possible. We see it happening all of the time and can be observed several different ways. There is no need to "prove" that it is possible. It has already been "proven".

Why, when you fail terribly with our mathematical "proofs", which you always do, do you then try to shift the burden of proof to others?

Do you think you are fooling anyone with that idiocy?

A falling rock is observed and is undisputed.

If someone questioned that a rock would fall, it could easily

be shown that it's mathematically possible for a rock to fall. You, however, cannot show that evolution is mathematically possible. Your absurd declaration that it doesn't need to be shown is a manifestation of your supreme arrogance.

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