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jeff & eddie

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#1 13 years ago

Here I sit again, ready to dispel the evolving myths of evolution. Just recently I remember reading an article in a scientific journal explaining how when you breed a Tiger with Lion, you get a "Liger". A mix between the two giant cats. Interestingly enough, these "Ligers" are sterile, which demonstrates that you cannot mix two species of animal and get another species. It doesn't happen. If you breed Lions for thousands of generations, the results will always be a lion. If you breed tigers for thousands of generations, the results will always be a tiger. The moment you mix the two species together, you get a sterile animal. Another nail in the coffin for evolution.

But this is just of course one of the many flaws regarding Evolution, common sense indicates that complex organs such as the eye, wings, cannot evolve by chance. But not according to evolution which wants us to believe everything is by chance. By chance. This is akin to suggesting that a tornado ripping through a junkyard will cause the flying debris will assemble themselves into working jet airliner. Silly, isnt it? Not only is it silly, it's flat out impossible. Anyone can look at a Jet Airliner and come to the conclusion that it had a creator. Someone created the parts, and assembled it. It did not happen by chance.

But even ignoring the above, one merely has to look at what evolution really says to arrive at the conclusion that it's just bogus. Evolution is best defined(according to biologists) as the "change in allele frequency over given populations". Anyone with even minimal knowledge about biology and genetics should immediately recognize that that definition has not been directly observed. They'll suggest that evolution is correct because well, you can breed traits into animals, such as a better milk producing cow, or hairless cats. Seeing that their theory was in trouble, they needed to explain this, so they called it "microevolution". So they claim we can observe microevolution, but not macroevolution(a more larger step). Well, any attempts to recreate macroevolution have failed. If you'll recall my story of the Liger(bred between a tiger and a lion), as it is simply sterile. Where does this leave us? Well, it means evolution simply doesn't occur. At least according to their own definition.

And yet, even beyond these overwhelming mounds of evidence, we see people fighting for the right to teach it. Fighting for the right to say its fact, when it's simply hogwash! I predict it will only be a few years until we finally rid our school cirriculum of evolution. Replace the theory with something more plausible, intelligent design.




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#2 13 years ago
Here I sit again, ready to dispel the evolving myths of evolution. Just recently I remember reading an article in a scientific journal explaining how when you breed a Tiger with Lion, you get a "Liger". A mix between the two giant cats. Interestingly enough, these "Ligers" are sterile, which demonstrates that you cannot mix two species of animal and get another species. It doesn't happen.

You do not get a new specie by mixing to species, what you say is not a real argument :rolleyes:

If you breed Lions for thousands of generations, the results will always be a lion. If you breed tigers for thousands of generations, the results will always be a tiger. The moment you mix the two species together, you get a sterile animal. Another nail in the coffin for evolution.

If we breed lions for thousands of generations, they probably won't look at all like the originals, and might even be so different as to become a different specie ;)




DavetheFo

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#3 13 years ago

Oh the blissfull ignorance of the close-minded.

If you would take the time to study your chosen subject, you would find that not all cross-breeding species are sterlie.

They are only sterile the chromosome number is incompatiable, however, in plants, cross-breeding occurs all the time. Where do you think modern-day wheat comes from? It occured as a result of a genetic mutation, not by the hand of God..




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#4 13 years ago

98% of our genome is the same as the one of the chimp, can we breed with a chimp? No. You are comparing the mix of 2 distant cousin races of felides to two "brother" races mix. A donkey and a horse make a mule right? But is a donkey a horse? You also fail to see that this stuff happens over ages, not in one single generation like you think to pretend.




Karst

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#5 13 years ago

Although i'm tempted to just give this a :vikki: i'm going to address your claim. So you say species can be bred for thousands of generations and still be the same species. You are wrong. There is a kind of seabird, which has a strange name that eludes me at the time, that lives in slightly different varieties across the northern hemisphere. It's distribution forms a kind of a "ring": the different variations can interbred with their neighbors, but not the variety from across the globe....even though they are basically the same bird. This is how new species appear. I predict in a few decades, people like you will have died out and people in the educated world would never get wild ideas like that :rolleyes:




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#6 13 years ago

It's called the THEORY of evolution for a reason. Most schools also teach a THEORY of creationism now, as far as I've been able to tell. Along with the THEORY that life came to the planet from an asteroid. There are literally thousands of different THEORIES out there, none of them fact.(atleast not universal fact, they might be a personal truth to you.)




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#7 13 years ago

Yay! jeff & eddie is back to cause some more hilarty!




jeff & eddie

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#8 13 years ago

Komrad_B;3422623You do not get a new specie by mixing to species, what you say is not a real argument :rolleyes: [/quote]

If evolution was true, the product between a lion and tiger would not be sterile. The first of a new species has to come from somewhere, and as that as shown, it's impossible.

If we breed lions for thousands of generations, they probably won't look at all like the originals, and might even be so different as to become a different specie ;)

Incorrect. We have done experiments breeding animals in which you can get much faster generations. Such as insects, for thousands of generations. The result is always the same species of insect. Never anything different. Bees for example, and fruit flies.

[quote=DavetheFo;3422624]Oh the blissfull ignorance of the close-minded.

If you would take the time to study your chosen subject, you would find that not all cross-breeding species are sterlie.

They are only sterile the chromosome number is incompatiable, however, in plants, cross-breeding occurs all the time. Where do you think modern-day wheat comes from? It occured as a result of a genetic mutation, not by the hand of God..

History disagrees with you. Ill use a relatively simple example. People have been growing corn for thousands and thousands of years. Lord knows how many generations there has been of corn. Yet even after all these generations, and the thousands and thousands of years of growing corn, the result has always been the same: Corn. Never, not once have we obtained something different, a different species has never been produced. Ever.




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#9 13 years ago
jeff & eddie;3422654 Incorrect. We have done experiments breeding animals in which you can get much faster generations. Such as insects, for thousands of generations. The result is always the same species of insect. Never anything different. Bees for example, and fruit flies.

That is why the african bees and european bees are so different?

History disagrees with you. Ill use a relatively simple example. People have been growing corn for thousands and thousands of years. Lord knows how many generations there has been of corn. Yet even after all these generations, and the thousands and thousands of years of growing corn, the result has always been the same: Corn. Never, not once have we obtained something different, a different species has never been produced. Ever.

Corn changed, hell, there are different shapes of corn, different types and even different colors!




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#10 13 years ago
Nostradamouse;3422664That is why the african bees and european bees are so different?

The only thing that is different is their behavior. They are still bees. Your argument is akin to suggesting that people in India are a different species than people in Austria because their behaviors are different. Nothing has changed.

Corn changed, hell, there are different shapes of corn, different types and even different colors!

People changed, hell, there are different shapes of people, different types, and even different colors! We're all still humans.

It's still corn.

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