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Subj: Re: A response to Jesusfan.
Posted: Mon Aug 21, 2017 at 05:24:26 pm EDT (Viewed 388 times)
Reply Subj: Re: A response to Jesusfan.
Posted: Mon Aug 21, 2017 at 11:47:24 am EDT (Viewed 883 times)
Quote:Again, Evolution has NO answer to ultimate Origin of life
NO real transition fossils have ever been found
NO species change has ever been onserved
The Dating Methods used are historical very inaccurate
How can you continue to say there are no transitional fossils when I named a few for you. All you had to do was google them.
bd2999 has linked you to many more below. Are you going to actually take a look, or continue to do the equivalent of sticking your fingers in your ears and shutting your eyes?
Whoever told you to say that has bamboozeled you completely. They told you to say it because they know that such changes take millions of years to complete. The question is a dishonest one because the changes aren't observable in real time. But you CAN see the changes by studying the fossil record, and confirm it beyond question with dna analyses.
Yes, there are error bars for the dating methods we have.
The error margin we have on carbon 14 dating is about 50 years either way. The margin on potassium 14 dating is about a million years either way.
But, two million years is nothing when we're dating things that are 150 million years old, or 4 billion years old. It's the closest we're going to get to accuracy, but it still gives lie to the creationists' belief that we live on an earth that's only 10,000 years old.
Quote:And Humans are of a quality unlike any other animal on earth...
And we share many more qualities with them.
The number 5. Humans have two arms, two legs and a head. So do cats. So do ducks. So do crocodiles, and bats, and horses, and so on. The bone structure of humans have corresponding structures in many other species.
Humans have two laryngeal nerves. The recurrent laryngeal nerve leaves the brain, passes the larynx , loops around the heart and travels back up the neck where it finally meets the larynx. It's an evolutionary mistake.
And it's a mistake that ALL mammals have. Even giraffes. Can you imagine what a detour it has to make in a giraffe? But the fact that all mammals share this error is very strong argument for common ancestry. Why would all these species have the same mistake otherwise?
And I'm still waiting for your answer to the question: Why do males have nipples?
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