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RobbBobb
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Honestly if we did from 300,000 years ago to our development now, that's amazingly fast in the universal scheme of things.

Thanks for making my point

Its too amazingly fast, by evolution standards. H. erectus survived 1.5 million years with limited abilities, communication, intellect, and food stores and yet evolved into H. Sapiens. H. Sapiens have exploded onto the planet with communication, meds, technology, resource usage, and yet . . . .

Havent evolved into anything more than they were 400,000 years ago. Odd


Korkstand
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Thanks for making my point
I'm not sure anyone even knows what your point is.
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Its too amazingly fast, by evolution standards. H. erectus survived 1.5 million years with limited abilities, communication, intellect, and food stores and yet evolved into H. Sapiens. H. Sapiens have exploded onto the planet with communication, meds, technology, resource usage, and yet . . . .

Havent evolved into anything more than they were 400,000 years ago. Odd
And crocodiles haven't evolved much at all in 100 times that length of time. What are you trying to get at?


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Korkstand
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Can you tell me what was the reptile that it split from and where are all of the intermediate fossils showing the drastic changes from a reptile to a platypus are?


If you are not even going to try to comprehend the absolutely minuscule odds of an organism fossilizing, and how that, coupled with the obvious fact that monotremes clearly were not as evolutionarily successful, varied, or populous as placental mammals, makes the chance of us piecing together a step by step evolutionary history of the platypus essentially zero, then it's clear that you have no interest in learning anything that might contradict your belief system.


You are the type that, when presented with an example of a found "missing link", will make the point that it only creates two more "missing links" on either side of it.


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ZappBrannigan
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
We were a new type of explosion. But hardly the first amazing explosion of life taking root with what tools it had started with, improved, or gained.

The point isn't that it's too fast. We have no equivalent to compare ourselves to and outcompeted our cousin branches into extinction.

But we're also not unique among tool users or communication in the animal kingdom. We just achieved a level beyond instinct and show and tell that helped us succeed more than we would have as a plains and tree primate.


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Fun Bunch
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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So let me get this straight, you believe that Homo erectus lived for 1.5 MILLION years, sustaining himself daily in sufficient numbers not to go extinct, and his daily food was of such high quality that it allowed him to evolve into a higher form ....

Yet the minute that Homo sapiens evolved, they forgot all of that learned shite and regressed to barely sustaining himself, even though we have documented evidence of the progress H. Sapiens have made in the last 3,000 years since the bronze age

But you want me to believe that Homo Sapiens went up to 400,000 YEARS with nothing but the knowledge of sticks and stones?

You simply cannot believe that horsehit. We're talking 400 THOUSAND YEARS with the body and intellectual capacity of current man. I get it that you are forced to accept that, because of the slowness of the evolution theory and all, but there is no way that H. Sapiens sat around for 400,000 years with sufficient populations and food stores, AND IMPROVED NONE

Its not even remotely believable. Just admit it that its a matter of your faith, and move on. But quit pretending that it actually happened



Holy shite


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Fun Bunch
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Its too amazingly fast, by evolution standards. H. erectus survived 1.5 million years with limited abilities, communication, intellect, and food stores and yet evolved into H. Sapiens. H. Sapiens have exploded onto the planet with communication, meds, technology, resource usage, and yet . . . .


Cerebral Cortex

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Havent evolved into anything more than they were 400,000 years ago. Odd


What do you mean by this?


Fun Bunch
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
I need more RobbBobb in my life


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RobbBobb
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Can you imagine how people might have reacted when they first saw fire? How many times, how many people, do you think had to encounter it before someone finally thought to try to harness it? And how many times, how many people, do you think had to try to harness it before someone was finally able to do it? And how many times do you think that happened before the knowledge finally spread around the world?

Its hard to imagine that you are this stupid

This means you have to believe that H. erectus for 1.5 million years, and H. sapiens for 400,000 didn't see fire from a lightning strike, and then couldn't immediately recocomprehend its ability to warm. melt, alter their envirnoment



That's almost 2 million years? WHAT AN EFFING FARCE. We can send colored photos to each other without wires today, but yet it took us 1.8 million years to harness fire?

That's why evolution is a crock of crap. The lengths you have to go to deny how fast our knowledge has actually developed, when we have 8,000 years of documented proof vs 2 million years of bizarre guesses and estimates


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bfniii
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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We’ll discover additional fossils that will fill in the record.
will we now

that discovery is a serious challenge to modern scientific notions of human evolution

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We’ll come to better understand the mechanics of mutation
well, the problem is no person can or has observed the alleged mechanisms of evolution such as exaptation, parahomology, mutation, vestiges, genetic drift, etc. we see the alleged effects but that leaves us will little more than speculation as to how things ended in their current state. people don't like to hear this but, speculation is one small, subjective part of the scientific process. yet, these things have been exalted to a status of scientific fact.

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We’ll gain more knowledge and the science will become better
there will always be things that science cannot understand. to base a worldview on scientism, which countless people now do, is incomplete.

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At no point will scientists collectively say “whoops... all the evidence and research that millions of us over the last 2 centuries has discovered and performed is all bunk
i guess you've never heard of phlogiston, calorific, aether, etc. yeah, the scientific community has actually done just that a bunch of times. heck, the speed of light being a barrier is now being questioned. scientists have no quantum consensus on the observer phenomenon.

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You religiousy folks wuz right all along!
they're doing two different things. religious beliefs do sometimes delve into worldly matters but, one focuses on metaphysics while the other is constrained by methodological naturalism. but you knew all that already, right?

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unless you’re a functional retard that thinks an all powerful sky chief is so insecure that he’ll burn you in hell for all eternity unless you ignore clearly demonstrable evidence of evolution
says the functional retard


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