it's ok...evolution believes in you
When I look at the monkeys in the zoo I don't think I could ever get to be as smart as them.
Ew I hate big blocks of text. I am not answering this...
You just did.
Just do it.
Easiest question of the day!<br />
It's disturbingly simple. Ready...? DO YOUR RESEARCH. When you come across claims made by others, either repeat the experiment for yourself, or accept the verification from dozens of other scientists who perform the same experiment to test the hypothesis of the original scientist. Understand, however, that evolution is a series of processes, and not one single theory, unless you simplify it to the lowest denominator-- but of course, anything you do that to will have massive holes you could drive the Divine through. ;)
Okay. You proved your point.<br />
Therefore, there is a 100% probability that evolution explains life.
I can't find a single fault with this reasoning.
Evolution does exist, but not in the way some people do. I do not believe human life came to earth because of evolution or that we evolved from monkeys. Humans were made by God.<br />
But animals do evolve in some ways, to deal with a changing enviroment or ecosystem.
I believe in creationism. I am an observant Jew.
And an exhibitionist.
Science is only a branch of learning, it does not reflect the truth.<br />
Evolution is only a scientific theory, it does not reflect the truth.<br />
Religion is divine education about the truth, it does not tell man<br />
to believe blindly, but to study as with science or with any other<br />
branches of learning.<br />
Greater efforts are required to attain the truth: Getting in touch with <br />
the timely Messenger of God, practicing His counsels about<br />
fasting, praying, meditating, making pilgrimage, serving mankind...<br />
Truth is not a thing to be put in any box for man to place on <br />
the altar to believe in or urging other people to believe in.<br />
Truth is living, progressive and eternal.
You don't have to "believe" Just look at the facts and there is NO doubt. Not verything requires a belief system. Facts over ride that.
I believe in God and I believe he allowed evolution to work the way it did. There is little possibility that man was just set on earth out of nowhere. Science explians many things and I trust it as much as I trust Gods promise to me. =) You can believe what you want, but know there is no harm in believing in God because if youre wrong, nothing happens anyway, right? =) but if you dont believe and he's real, Oh man, thatll suck for you. =( Think about it God bless.
It's pretty simple if you accept the obvious factor of Intelligent creation. We have no idea what physical laws and systems that God used to create all things; I don't think that it's a stretch at all to presume that he could build into the DNA of living things the ability to adapt, develop as he chose. I just don't see why evolution and Intelligent design should be mutually exclusive.
man in to intense lighten up and go **** your sister
It's hard to know what happened. There are many questions and too many answers are really only guesses.
Yeah now read this and find out how all that is bullshit. <br />
Oh; matter can't self organise? Explain soap bubbles then.
Lol be a man and read it.
Oh and get a grip of thermodynamics; there's this thing in the sky called "The Sun" which gives us energy so the second law doesn't apply.
So you've never been sun burned then?
Yes the laws of physics, which give rise to chemistry. In any case using the 2nd law of thermodynamics is not a germane criticism of evolution. In fact if you're concerned with the origins of life it is abiogenesis, not evolution. Evolution only deals with what happens to life after it starts, not the origin of that life.
But the sun does provide heat energy and everyone who's been to school knows what happens when you heat up reactive chemicals.....oh look more complex chemicals!
Actually the most current hypotheses are that it happened in wet clay.
Who said it was hot? Fact is we can and have synthesized amino acids under conditions similar to the early Earth and also they've been found in fragments of asteroids raising the possibility that they originally came from space where the conditions for their creation exist in abundance.
Yeah and new Miller type experiments have been done that more accurately reflect the early Earth and they have been successful.
That's a good quote *mine*
you can't...look around....and we are "evolving"? yeah, right...
evolving doesn't need to be a positive change. its natural selection and the one that survives longer has the more chance to pass off his genes in the future
What do you believe in then?