If the addition of cells isn't growth, then what is?<quoted text>
No fool. Energy gets used for growth but more cells appear, only when no energy comes and no protein does growth not occur. As long as protein and oxyget reaches the cells at a decent amount, then cells grow, amount doesn't matter as long as enough. Give examples of evidence of the dinosaurs, methheaded worm. Plenty have turned out to be bones belonging to completely different animals.
Do you not think the addition of cells requires energy?
What is it that you think reacts with the nutrients an organism consumes (in most cases) that releases energy for its function and growth?
Evidence of dinosaurs...
What "completely different animal" would a T-rex skull belong to?