Discussion in 'General Science & Technology' started by IceAgeCivilizations, Feb 1, 2007.
Honest answer. Why not? Why do you criticise a theory you haven't even read completely?
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I've read plenty about it, what aspect of it do you think I'm missing?
You seem to misunderstand all of it.
Oh, did humans evolve into goo?
All life on the planet decended from one common ancestor. It's not polite to call your grandmother "goo".
What was that supposed one common ancestor of all life, a panspermoid?
Most likely a single celled creature lacking a nucleus.
It's like magic.
It is miraculous isn't it? But unlike Creationism, it isn't magic.
"It is miraculous," really? I though Darwinism is all supposedly naturalism, but now you're admitting that it's naturally impossible, way to go!
It's a natural miracle.
"Darwinism: It's a Natural Miracle"
That'd look great on a t-shirt!
It's short enough for you to understand, too!
But if it's natural, how can it be supernatural?
You do understand, don't you, that words have a spectrum of meaning? Your pet definition isn't the one Spidergoat intends.
Nothing to say about the topic anymore? People bring up examples of natural selection being useful in other areas of science and you just resort to your typical sarcastic one liners indicating that you have nothing to say?
Your last post with even a hint of content:
Strangely, you seem to have completely sidestepped the original topic of your thread and are now talking about the theory of evolution itself, rather than how Darwin's ideas on natural selection play a role in other sciences.
Lose track of your rambling there?
Ironically, there's not even a transitional fossil in between the topic and your tangent.
It isn't supernatural.
A miracle is supernatural.
Woooo, this is getting mysterious now.
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