Evolutionary 'Missing-Link' found. 28 replies

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Nostradamouse

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#21 15 years ago
NusentinsainoThose goddamn people are so black and white.

Every radicals tend to be, including me ;)




Hypnotoad13

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#22 15 years ago
jeff & eddieThose who seek Satan wil eventually get a response. As for the "missing links", the first two are still fishes, and the third is just an amphibian. All three of which hardly classify as a missing link, but rather a unqiue animal that probably lived before the flood. We certainly don't view the platypus or the coelacanth as a missing link, the reason for portraying these other animals as the missing link is beyond me, and proof of the desperate lengths those evolutionists are going through.

for the love of rock, i hope you are being sarcastic




Nostradamouse

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#23 15 years ago
Hypnotoad13for the love of rock, i hope you are being sarcastic

1st step: Refusal to believe it 2nd step: anger 3rd step: acceptance. You see what I mean.:p




Hypnotoad13

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#24 15 years ago

Of course, the term "missing link" is a misnomer. it was coined in the early days of the theory of evolution to describe the Half-man half-monkey link between humans and apes. Today, rather than thinking that species evolve in steps, based on the data that has been gathered over the past century or so it is believed that species evolve gradually, through mutation, adaptation or perhaps some other as of yet undiscovered mechanism




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#25 15 years ago

IR15HI just see this as another piece in a puzzle, helping to build a better understanding.

Care to elaborate or is that the entirety of your argument?

No, that is my entire argument. I don't care to say anything more to you type of people, especially Nusent.




IR15H

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#26 15 years ago
AeroflotNo, that is my entire argument. I don't care to say anything more to you type of people, especially Nusent.

I see, "It's a lie, you're all idiots" is your argument, very well. If you had explained why you didn't believe it then I would of been interested to know your reasons. jeff & eddie replied with a slightly more indepth reply and despite not agreeing with him/them it is still interesting to know other people's opinions, and reasons for them.




Nusentinsaino Advanced Member

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#27 15 years ago

Aeroflot gave me a negative repuation. That's his explaination. :rolleyes:




Force Recon

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#28 15 years ago

err...I actually read something like this ,wait 8 years ago.How creatures(the topic was about dinosaurs) evolved from fishes to land creatures(amphibians at first).




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#29 15 years ago

Hmm I must have missed the news hen this report came out. Nice and intresting but not suprising. Such evidence certainly is good though one should also be open to find flaws in the evolution theory (its a theory afterall) and inspect very little detail that seems to be related.