Evolution lies exposed

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Star428
http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Evolution%20Hoax/soul_and_spirit.htm



http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Evolution%20Hoax/evolution_is_stupid.htm



PWNed atheists. smile

long pig
Repent, ye sinners!!

Time-Immemorial
People would rather believe they came from apes then believe in God or a Supreme Creator.

Robtard
Opening points:



So basically the premise of disproving evolution here is "The bible is true because the bible is true."

Robtard
Originally posted by Time-Immemorial
People would rather believe they came from apes then believe in God or a Supreme Creator.

Fun Fact: Evolution theory doesn't do away with the existence of God/Supreme Creator, just some dogmatic viewpoints.

Robtard
The second link has to be satire, mocking Creationist, come on.

Star428
Originally posted by Time-Immemorial
People would rather believe they came from apes then believe in God or a Supreme Creator.



Yeah, atheists also like to ignore all the miracles that Jesus performed or just outright claim that he never performed them. Like hundreds (or perhaps even thousands) of people who witnessed His works are all lying. LOL.

Some even go so far to say that He never even existed. LMFAO. Yeah, everybody who participated in the writing of the Bible were all liars. roll eyes (sarcastic)

Star428
Simple logic testifies to the existence of God:


http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Basics/is_there_a_god.htm



Believing that everything came into being from nothing is not a logical thought. It's why I always can't help but laugh when some atheist claims they are the logical ones and we (believers) are not using common sense when it's actually the other way around. thumb up

Robtard
Someone needs to let Star know that Evolution theory doesn't deal with the creation of the universe and even then the creation of our universe wasn't from "nothing", according to modern models.

Bashar Teg
so...it's like...being too dumb to understand a theory does not prove that theory wrong?

Star428
Originally posted by Star428
Simple logic testifies to the existence of God:


http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Basics/is_there_a_god.htm



Believing that everything came into being from nothing is not a logical thought. It's why I always can't help but laugh when some atheist claims they are the logical ones and we (believers) are not using common sense when it's actually the other way around. thumb up



The link above wasn't working before but it is now.

Emperordmb
You two are among the people that make Christians look bad to the rest of the world. thumb up

Star428
Take your trolling somewhere else if that's the only reason you came into this thread. You're just another butthurt atheist that doesn't like the truth. Go the **** away and take your ignorant non-belief with you, douchebag. thumb up

psmith81992
Originally posted by Robtard
Fun Fact: Evolution theory doesn't do away with the existence of God/Supreme Creator, just some dogmatic viewpoints.

Neither one contradicts the other.

Emperordmb
I'm a Christian, not Athiest lol

I just don't appreciate it when people like you make the rest of us look bad.

Robtard
Originally posted by Emperordmb
I'm a Christian, not Athiest lol

I just don't appreciate it when people like you make the rest of us look bad.

If you don't believe exactly what he believes, then you're an Atheist apparently.

psmith81992
http://unclemilton.com/photos/Anteater_real_large.jpg
This proves evolution is a myth!

Star428
LOL. WTF is that?! Kinda looks like an ant eater.

Bashar Teg
ants go in, poop comes out. you can't explain that.

psmith81992
No, there's just nothing that an ant eater can evolve from.

Robtard
Originally posted by Bashar Teg
ants go in, poop comes out. you can't explain that.

Ha, legit laughed

Robtard
Originally posted by psmith81992
No, there's just nothing that an ant eater can evolve from.

Probably a less specialized insectivore

psmith81992
Originally posted by Robtard
Probably a less specialized insectivore

Nope, ant eaters disprove evolution

Close thread

Bentley
Unrelated inquiry: Are judaism and christianism originally supposed to have a hard division on body and spirit?

Originally posted by psmith81992
No, there's just nothing that an ant eater can evolve from.

Are you seriously making me call my ant eater specialist here?

Bashar Teg
god gave them a funny looking nose and they just had to figure out where to stick it.


no really though i had always thought that anteaters were poster-children for adaptive evolution.

psmith81992
Originally posted by Bentley
Unrelated inquiry: Are judaism and christianism originally supposed to have a hard division on body and spirit?



Are you seriously making me call my ant eater specialist here? Yup

Ayelewis
Hey Retard.

Evolution

1. Evolution reproduced in the lab or documented in nature:

a. Two strains of fruit flies lost the ability to interbreed and produce fertile offspring in the lab over a 4-year span ... i.e. they became two new species. (Easily repeated experiment.)

b. A new plant species (a type of firewood), created by a doubling of the chromosome count from the original stock (Mosquin, 1967).

c. Multiple species of the house mouse unique to the Faeroe Islands occurred within 250 years of introduction of a foundation species on the island.

d. Formation of 5 new species of cichlid fishes that have formed in a single lake within 4,000 years of introduction of a parent species.

2. Fossil evidence - (So much to list). The way fossils appear in the layers of rock always corresponds to relative development ... more primitive creatures in lower (older) layers. Absolute dating of fossils using radiometry. Constant discovery of new transitional forms. E.g. reptile-birds, reptile-mammals, legged whales, legged sea cows.

3. Genetic evidence - E.g. the fact that humans have a huge number of genes (as much as 96%) in common with other great apes ... and (as much as 50%) with wheat plants. The pattern of genetic evidence follows the tell-tale patterns of ancestral relationships (more genes in common between recently related species, and fading the further back in time).

4. Molecular evidence - These are commonalities in DNA ... which is separate from genetic commonalities ... much of our DNA does not code for genes at all. But random mutations (basically 'typos') enter into DNA at a known rate over the centuries. This is called the 'molecular clock' and again gives excellent evidence of when humans diverged from other apes (about 6 million years ago, according to this molecular clock), and this corresponds perfectly with when these fossils first appear in the fossil record (using radiometric dating).

5. Evidence from proteins - Proteins - E.g., things like blood proteins (the things that give us our A, B, O blood typing and the Rh factor (the plus/minus thing) which incidentally stands for 'rhesus monkey'); the exact structure of the insulin molecule; and my favorite, the proteins responsible for color vision. The specific proteins found in human color vision are exactly the same as those found in Old World primates (the great apes and the monkeys found in Africa and Asia). These proteins are absent in New World primates (the Central and South American monkeys), and from all other mammals. In fact among the New World primates, only the howler monkey has color vision ... but these use slightly *different* proteins, coded on different locations and chromosomes, than humans and the OW primates. This is yet more evidence of a closer link between humans and the OW primates.

6. Vestigial and atavistic organs - E.g. Leg and pelvic bones in whales, dolphins, and some snakes; unused eyes in blind cave fish, unused wings in flightless birds and insects; flowers in non-fertilizing plants (like dandelions); in humans, wisdom teeth, tailbones, appendix, the plantaris muscle in the calf (useless in humans, used for grasping with the feet in primates).

7. Embryology - E.g. Legs on dolphin embryos; tails and gill folds on human embryos; snake embryos with legs; marsupial eggshell and carnuncle.

8. Biogeography - The current and past distribution of species on the planet. E.g. almost all marsupials and almost no placental mammals are native to Australia ... the result of speciation in a geographically isolated area.

9. Homology - E.g. the same bones in the same relative positions in primate hands, bat wings, bird wings, mammals, whale and penguin flippers, pterosaur wings, horse legs, the forelimbs of moles, and webbed amphibian legs.

10. Bacteriology, virology, immunology, pest-control - I.e. the way that bacteria evolve in response to antibiotics (we can compare strains of tuberculosis today, with samples of older epidemics and can see the specific structures), or viruses (like HIV) respond to antivirals, or insects evolving in response to pesticides.




The Big Bang


1. The Universe as a whole is expanding.

2. The universe is filled with a sea of radiation at a temperature of just over 2.7 degrees Kelvin, the remnant of the superhot radiation from the fireball that has cooled down as the universe expanded.

3. The observed abundance of hydrogen, helium and some other light elements produced just after the Big Bang confirms to prediction.

4. The large-scale structures observed in the universe today, are a consequence of small fluctuations shortly after the Big Bang

5. Einstein's Theory of Relativity, a theory for which there exist overwhelming evidence even from everyday phenomena, predicts an expanding Universe.


Pwned Retard.

Bashar Teg
Originally posted by Ayelewis
Hey Retard.

Evolution

1. Evolution reproduced in the lab or documented in nature:

a. Two strains of fruit flies lost the ability to interbreed and produce fertile offspring in the lab over a 4-year span ... i.e. they became two new species. (Easily repeated experiment.)

b. A new plant species (a type of firewood), created by a doubling of the chromosome count from the original stock (Mosquin, 1967).

c. Multiple species of the house mouse unique to the Faeroe Islands occurred within 250 years of introduction of a foundation species on the island.

d. Formation of 5 new species of cichlid fishes that have formed in a single lake within 4,000 years of introduction of a parent species.

2. Fossil evidence - (So much to list). The way fossils appear in the layers of rock always corresponds to relative development ... more primitive creatures in lower (older) layers. Absolute dating of fossils using radiometry. Constant discovery of new transitional forms. E.g. reptile-birds, reptile-mammals, legged whales, legged sea cows.

3. Genetic evidence - E.g. the fact that humans have a huge number of genes (as much as 96%) in common with other great apes ... and (as much as 50%) with wheat plants. The pattern of genetic evidence follows the tell-tale patterns of ancestral relationships (more genes in common between recently related species, and fading the further back in time).

4. Molecular evidence - These are commonalities in DNA ... which is separate from genetic commonalities ... much of our DNA does not code for genes at all. But random mutations (basically 'typos') enter into DNA at a known rate over the centuries. This is called the 'molecular clock' and again gives excellent evidence of when humans diverged from other apes (about 6 million years ago, according to this molecular clock), and this corresponds perfectly with when these fossils first appear in the fossil record (using radiometric dating).

5. Evidence from proteins - Proteins - E.g., things like blood proteins (the things that give us our A, B, O blood typing and the Rh factor (the plus/minus thing) which incidentally stands for 'rhesus monkey'); the exact structure of the insulin molecule; and my favorite, the proteins responsible for color vision. The specific proteins found in human color vision are exactly the same as those found in Old World primates (the great apes and the monkeys found in Africa and Asia). These proteins are absent in New World primates (the Central and South American monkeys), and from all other mammals. In fact among the New World primates, only the howler monkey has color vision ... but these use slightly *different* proteins, coded on different locations and chromosomes, than humans and the OW primates. This is yet more evidence of a closer link between humans and the OW primates.

6. Vestigial and atavistic organs - E.g. Leg and pelvic bones in whales, dolphins, and some snakes; unused eyes in blind cave fish, unused wings in flightless birds and insects; flowers in non-fertilizing plants (like dandelions); in humans, wisdom teeth, tailbones, appendix, the plantaris muscle in the calf (useless in humans, used for grasping with the feet in primates).

7. Embryology - E.g. Legs on dolphin embryos; tails and gill folds on human embryos; snake embryos with legs; marsupial eggshell and carnuncle.

8. Biogeography - The current and past distribution of species on the planet. E.g. almost all marsupials and almost no placental mammals are native to Australia ... the result of speciation in a geographically isolated area.

9. Homology - E.g. the same bones in the same relative positions in primate hands, bat wings, bird wings, mammals, whale and penguin flippers, pterosaur wings, horse legs, the forelimbs of moles, and webbed amphibian legs.

10. Bacteriology, virology, immunology, pest-control - I.e. the way that bacteria evolve in response to antibiotics (we can compare strains of tuberculosis today, with samples of older epidemics and can see the specific structures), or viruses (like HIV) respond to antivirals, or insects evolving in response to pesticides.




The Big Bang


1. The Universe as a whole is expanding.

2. The universe is filled with a sea of radiation at a temperature of just over 2.7 degrees Kelvin, the remnant of the superhot radiation from the fireball that has cooled down as the universe expanded.

3. The observed abundance of hydrogen, helium and some other light elements produced just after the Big Bang confirms to prediction.

4. The large-scale structures observed in the universe today, are a consequence of small fluctuations shortly after the Big Bang

5. Einstein's Theory of Relativity, a theory for which there exist overwhelming evidence even from everyday phenomena, predicts an expanding Universe.


Pwned Retard.

i can't understand all the fancy mumbo-jumbo, so evolution is a lie.~

quanchi112
Originally posted by Star428
Take your trolling somewhere else if that's the only reason you came into this thread. You're just another butthurt atheist that doesn't like the truth. Go the **** away and take your ignorant non-belief with you, douchebag. thumb up laughing out loud

Bashar Teg
what is your stance on evolution, quan?

quanchi112
Originally posted by Bashar Teg
what is your stance on evolution, quan? It sounds like a solid theory to me. Religion to me is Santa Claus for adults. I grew up Catholic but it's ridiculous.

Surtur
Arguing with people who don't believe in evolution is basically like arguing with a brick wall. For people to think this somehow disproves evolution or exposes lies is..interesting. Those people have an interesting grasp of science.

Of course by "interesting grasp of science" I mean literally having no idea what they are talking about.

Bashar Teg
Originally posted by quanchi112
It sounds like a solid theory to me. Religion to me is Santa Claus for adults. I grew up Catholic but it's ridiculous.

i too grew up catholic and suspect catholicism as being one of the chief causes of atheism.

quanchi112
Originally posted by Bashar Teg
i too grew up catholic and suspect catholicism as being one of the chief causes of atheism. I have tried to help the narrow minded religious prone mind and I've actually heard I don't want to watch that documentary Zeitgeist because I'm satisfied with my beliefs. Some of them are just happy being spoon fed how to think. I selfishly enjoy that lemmings exist in droves. It's kind of amusing.

Bashar Teg
it's amusing until they're at your door with pitchforks and torches screaming "death to the unbeliever"

psmith81992
Originally posted by quanchi112
I have tried to help the narrow minded religious prone mind and I've actually heard I don't want to watch that documentary Zeitgeist because I'm satisfied with my beliefs. Some of them are just happy being spoon fed how to think. I selfishly enjoy that lemmings exist in droves. It's kind of amusing. Ah yes, the old "im insecure" argument. Religious people are just sheep being spoonfed while you're a special snowflake, a self proclaimed enlightened thinker. That one's been done to death and i always laugh when someone mentions it. Also lol at guy who just posted a book on evolution. I don't think he gets sarcasm.

riv6672
Originally posted by Robtard
Fun Fact: Evolution theory doesn't do away with the existence of God/Supreme Creator, just some dogmatic viewpoints.
That is neither fun nor a fact...for some people.

Star428
Originally posted by quanchi112
It sounds like a solid theory to me. Religion to me is Santa Claus for adults.





LOL. Right. I guess you ignored all the links I posted that prove evolution is a lie. BUt, feel free to keep believing in the Big Bang and evolution bullshit (despite the fact that there is ZERO PROOF for it) if it makes ya happy. I hope you like fire. thumb up

quanchi112
Originally posted by psmith81992
Ah yes, the old "im insecure" argument. Religious people are just sheep being spoonfed while you're a special snowflake, a self proclaimed enlightened thinker. That one's been done to death and i always laugh when someone mentions it. Also lol at guy who just posted a book on evolution. I don't think he gets sarcasm. I didn't say all religious people I mentioned the ones who don't even want to hear another viewpoint. The close minded are ridiculous not everyone who disagrees with my viewpoints. Calm down. You are the one who comes across as insecure here.

quanchi112
Originally posted by Star428
LOL. Right. I guess you ignored all the links I posted that prove evolution is a lie. BUt, feel free to keey believing in the Big Bang and evolution bullshit (despite the fact that there is ZERO PROOF for it) if it makes ya happy. I hope you like fire. thumb up Zero proof when spouting religious nonsense. That's definitely ironic. Let's see how intelligent you are. Why do human feelings feel pain ?

Mindset
Everyone is an atheist until I corner them in a dark alley.

psmith81992
Originally posted by quanchi112
I didn't say all religious people I mentioned the ones who don't even want to hear another viewpoint. The close minded are ridiculous not everyone who disagrees with my viewpoints. Calm down. You are the one who comes across as insecure here. OH i see, its "i know you are but what am i. " Good one thumb up

Star428
Like I said before, [email protected] these butthurt atheists that don't like the truth and can't stand that their ridiculous evolution theory has been disproven. laughing out loud

quanchi112
Originally posted by psmith81992
OH i see, its "i know you are but what am i. " Good one thumb up Well, you acted like what I said hurt you despite interpreting it incorrectly. The more you know.

quanchi112
Originally posted by Star428
Like I said before, [email protected] these butthurt atheists that don't like the truth and can't stand that their ridiculous evolution theory has been disproven. laughing out loud Why do human beings feel pain ? It's a simple question. Don't you know ?

long pig
Originally posted by Ayelewis
Hey Retard.

Evolution

1. Evolution reproduced in the lab or documented in nature:

a. Two strains of fruit flies lost the ability to interbreed and produce fertile offspring in the lab over a 4-year span ... i.e. they became two new species. (Easily repeated experiment.)

b. A new plant species (a type of firewood), created by a doubling of the chromosome count from the original stock (Mosquin, 1967).

c. Multiple species of the house mouse unique to the Faeroe Islands occurred within 250 years of introduction of a foundation species on the island.

d. Formation of 5 new species of cichlid fishes that have formed in a single lake within 4,000 years of introduction of a parent species.

2. Fossil evidence - (So much to list). The way fossils appear in the layers of rock always corresponds to relative development ... more primitive creatures in lower (older) layers. Absolute dating of fossils using radiometry. Constant discovery of new transitional forms. E.g. reptile-birds, reptile-mammals, legged whales, legged sea cows.

3. Genetic evidence - E.g. the fact that humans have a huge number of genes (as much as 96%) in common with other great apes ... and (as much as 50%) with wheat plants. The pattern of genetic evidence follows the tell-tale patterns of ancestral relationships (more genes in common between recently related species, and fading the further back in time).

4. Molecular evidence - These are commonalities in DNA ... which is separate from genetic commonalities ... much of our DNA does not code for genes at all. But random mutations (basically 'typos') enter into DNA at a known rate over the centuries. This is called the 'molecular clock' and again gives excellent evidence of when humans diverged from other apes (about 6 million years ago, according to this molecular clock), and this corresponds perfectly with when these fossils first appear in the fossil record (using radiometric dating).

5. Evidence from proteins - Proteins - E.g., things like blood proteins (the things that give us our A, B, O blood typing and the Rh factor (the plus/minus thing) which incidentally stands for 'rhesus monkey'); the exact structure of the insulin molecule; and my favorite, the proteins responsible for color vision. The specific proteins found in human color vision are exactly the same as those found in Old World primates (the great apes and the monkeys found in Africa and Asia). These proteins are absent in New World primates (the Central and South American monkeys), and from all other mammals. In fact among the New World primates, only the howler monkey has color vision ... but these use slightly *different* proteins, coded on different locations and chromosomes, than humans and the OW primates. This is yet more evidence of a closer link between humans and the OW primates.

6. Vestigial and atavistic organs - E.g. Leg and pelvic bones in whales, dolphins, and some snakes; unused eyes in blind cave fish, unused wings in flightless birds and insects; flowers in non-fertilizing plants (like dandelions); in humans, wisdom teeth, tailbones, appendix, the plantaris muscle in the calf (useless in humans, used for grasping with the feet in primates).

7. Embryology - E.g. Legs on dolphin embryos; tails and gill folds on human embryos; snake embryos with legs; marsupial eggshell and carnuncle.

8. Biogeography - The current and past distribution of species on the planet. E.g. almost all marsupials and almost no placental mammals are native to Australia ... the result of speciation in a geographically isolated area.

9. Homology - E.g. the same bones in the same relative positions in primate hands, bat wings, bird wings, mammals, whale and penguin flippers, pterosaur wings, horse legs, the forelimbs of moles, and webbed amphibian legs.

10. Bacteriology, virology, immunology, pest-control - I.e. the way that bacteria evolve in response to antibiotics (we can compare strains of tuberculosis today, with samples of older epidemics and can see the specific structures), or viruses (like HIV) respond to antivirals, or insects evolving in response to pesticides.




The Big Bang


1. The Universe as a whole is expanding.

2. The universe is filled with a sea of radiation at a temperature of just over 2.7 degrees Kelvin, the remnant of the superhot radiation from the fireball that has cooled down as the universe expanded.

3. The observed abundance of hydrogen, helium and some other light elements produced just after the Big Bang confirms to prediction.

4. The large-scale structures observed in the universe today, are a consequence of small fluctuations shortly after the Big Bang

5. Einstein's Theory of Relativity, a theory for which there exist overwhelming evidence even from everyday phenomena, predicts an expanding Universe.


Pwned Retard.
TL;DR

Jesus saves.

psmith81992
Originally posted by quanchi112
Well, you acted like what I said hurt you despite interpreting it incorrectly. The more you know. oh the rationalizing.

quanchi112
Originally posted by psmith81992
oh the rationalizing. So you believe that people who are narrow minded and won't even give the opposition's viewpoint a thought is something you're behind. You can answer I swear I'll play nice.

Star428
Atheists- "Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools" -Romans 1:22 smile

quanchi112
Originally posted by Star428
Atheists- "Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools" -Romans 1:22 smile Sounds like a general statement from an ancient text that can applied in a million different ways by a million different people.

psmith81992
Originally posted by quanchi112
So you believe that people who are narrow minded and won't even give the opposition's viewpoint a thought is something you're behind. You can answer I swear I'll play nice. i don't recall saying anything like that but you have both religious and atheists who fit this criteria.

Surtur
Originally posted by Star428
LOL. Right. I guess you ignored all the links I posted that prove evolution is a lie. BUt, feel free to keep believing in the Big Bang and evolution bullshit (despite the fact that there is ZERO PROOF for it) if it makes ya happy. I hope you like fire. thumb up

It's not proof..stop saying it is proof, do you know what words mean?

quanchi112
Originally posted by psmith81992
i don't recall saying anything like that but you have both religious and atheists who fit this criteria. I know so why did you say I sounded insecure when you read my post.

BackFire
Nothing but circular reasoning in the OP links.

Robtard
Originally posted by BackFire
Nothing but circular reasoning in the OP links.

Did you read the first couple paragraphs in the second link? It comes off as satire.

long pig
Bunch of damn heathens in this thread. I will pray your spot in hell is scenic.

Star428
@Backfire: Right. Keep kidding yourself, atheist.

Robtard
Originally posted by quanchi112
I know so why did you say I sounded insecure when you read my post.

Stop being so insecure about being called insecure. Jeez.

quanchi112
Originally posted by Star428
Right. Keep kidding yourself atheist. Dem non believers gonna burn, Amirite ?

quanchi112
Originally posted by Robtard
Stop being so insecure about being called insecure. Jeez. Hush, Robbie.

Star428
Originally posted by long pig
Bunch of damn heathens in this thread. I will pray your spot in hell is scenic.



laughing laughing

Star428
Originally posted by Ayelewis
Hey Retard.

Evolution

1. Evolution reproduced in the lab or documented in nature:

a. Two strains of fruit flies lost the ability to interbreed and produce fertile offspring in the lab over a 4-year span ... i.e. they became two new species. (Easily repeated experiment.)

b. A new plant species (a type of firewood), created by a doubling of the chromosome count from the original stock (Mosquin, 1967).

c. Multiple species of the house mouse unique to the Faeroe Islands occurred within 250 years of introduction of a foundation species on the island.

d. Formation of 5 new species of cichlid fishes that have formed in a single lake within 4,000 years of introduction of a parent species.

2. Fossil evidence - (So much to list). The way fossils appear in the layers of rock always corresponds to relative development ... more primitive creatures in lower (older) layers. Absolute dating of fossils using radiometry. Constant discovery of new transitional forms. E.g. reptile-birds, reptile-mammals, legged whales, legged sea cows.

3. Genetic evidence - E.g. the fact that humans have a huge number of genes (as much as 96%) in common with other great apes ... and (as much as 50%) with wheat plants. The pattern of genetic evidence follows the tell-tale patterns of ancestral relationships (more genes in common between recently related species, and fading the further back in time).

4. Molecular evidence - These are commonalities in DNA ... which is separate from genetic commonalities ... much of our DNA does not code for genes at all. But random mutations (basically 'typos') enter into DNA at a known rate over the centuries. This is called the 'molecular clock' and again gives excellent evidence of when humans diverged from other apes (about 6 million years ago, according to this molecular clock), and this corresponds perfectly with when these fossils first appear in the fossil record (using radiometric dating).

5. Evidence from proteins - Proteins - E.g., things like blood proteins (the things that give us our A, B, O blood typing and the Rh factor (the plus/minus thing) which incidentally stands for 'rhesus monkey'); the exact structure of the insulin molecule; and my favorite, the proteins responsible for color vision. The specific proteins found in human color vision are exactly the same as those found in Old World primates (the great apes and the monkeys found in Africa and Asia). These proteins are absent in New World primates (the Central and South American monkeys), and from all other mammals. In fact among the New World primates, only the howler monkey has color vision ... but these use slightly *different* proteins, coded on different locations and chromosomes, than humans and the OW primates. This is yet more evidence of a closer link between humans and the OW primates.

6. Vestigial and atavistic organs - E.g. Leg and pelvic bones in whales, dolphins, and some snakes; unused eyes in blind cave fish, unused wings in flightless birds and insects; flowers in non-fertilizing plants (like dandelions); in humans, wisdom teeth, tailbones, appendix, the plantaris muscle in the calf (useless in humans, used for grasping with the feet in primates).

7. Embryology - E.g. Legs on dolphin embryos; tails and gill folds on human embryos; snake embryos with legs; marsupial eggshell and carnuncle.

8. Biogeography - The current and past distribution of species on the planet. E.g. almost all marsupials and almost no placental mammals are native to Australia ... the result of speciation in a geographically isolated area.

9. Homology - E.g. the same bones in the same relative positions in primate hands, bat wings, bird wings, mammals, whale and penguin flippers, pterosaur wings, horse legs, the forelimbs of moles, and webbed amphibian legs.

10. Bacteriology, virology, immunology, pest-control - I.e. the way that bacteria evolve in response to antibiotics (we can compare strains of tuberculosis today, with samples of older epidemics and can see the specific structures), or viruses (like HIV) respond to antivirals, or insects evolving in response to pesticides.




The Big Bang


1. The Universe as a whole is expanding.

2. The universe is filled with a sea of radiation at a temperature of just over 2.7 degrees Kelvin, the remnant of the superhot radiation from the fireball that has cooled down as the universe expanded.

3. The observed abundance of hydrogen, helium and some other light elements produced just after the Big Bang confirms to prediction.

4. The large-scale structures observed in the universe today, are a consequence of small fluctuations shortly after the Big Bang

5. Einstein's Theory of Relativity, a theory for which there exist overwhelming evidence even from everyday phenomena, predicts an expanding Universe.


Pwned Retard.




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Wow... That's a bunch of garbage you managed to get onto one page. Too bad you did all that work and yet it STILL doesn't change what was proven in those links I gave. thumb up



....Sorry, "Retard". You lose. big grin

BackFire
Obvious troll thread, opened with no intent of having a discussion, closing.

Star, if you open anymore threads with the clear intent of trolling you're going to be banned.

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