Stop believing evolution!!!
theHating: There is no evidence and it doesn't exist and therefore all the evidence makes the reasoning false!
Dimjim55: Evolution is part of the Anti Christ. It's very subtle how it's been arranged to undermine everything.
Angry Beaver: Funniest line I've heard all day!
"zeffur: I don't breed hate... I call out idiocy & counter productive behavior."
Although this one was pretty good too:
"Blackshoes: It's odd how those that claim to be intelligent and have academic degrees endlessly insult and make up stories to convince themself and others that they're little more than bacteria and apes"
(Edited by Angry Beaver)
kittybobo34: Little did we know the N. Koreans were doing Don Rickles cloning experiments and releasing them in America, to confuse the wireclub people
D_Kydd: Evolution...change over time...is a fact...change occurs in all things that is universal matter...gradual changes over time do happen...what else happens though? Design happens...in the form of law, physical laws...These are scientific absolutes as we “know” them...though “theoretical laws” are what they actually are...know this....all that exists...does so within the light of this universe...which hasn’t existed forever...because Matter is infinite, space and time are finite, thus the universe is a Phoenix...
kittybobo34: We have two mutations that rapidly changed us from the Homo Erectus types ~200,000 years ago. One was the error in our muscles that made us 3-5 times weaker than other animals with the same size muscles, and another was the gene that determines how our Neurons connect to each other. Most animals have a programmed sequence that effectively wires their minds to exist in what ever environment they are suited for.. Ours is in renegade mode, every neuron connects to every other one it can get to. Then those connections die off if we do not use them, leaving us in need of a very long upbringing , but eventually adaptable to any environment we grow up in.
kittybobo34: Both of those genetic changes are in our genome. With Crisper we could fix the muscle gene error.. But I doubt we would want to change the one affecting how our brains make connections.