I am not going to argue what I thought was long ago considered settled science. The way that dogs adapt and evolve within a single generation is undisputable evidence of evolution before our eyes and has been studied extensively. Creationism relies on a belief system of a religious minority on this planet and is orthogonol to this discussion.
posted on 05/06/2009 5:16:02 PM PDT
I wonder how many people in this forum would be willing to use the same antibiotics from 30 years ago when they get strep?
posted on 05/06/2009 5:23:31 PM PDT
I just wanted to point out the following...
If Evolution was indeed “settled science” then it would no longer be officially called the THEORY of Evolution, and would instead be official considered the LAW of Evolution.
I don’t want to argue about which belief is correct either, but isn’t the above a pretty basic fact of science regarding the naming thing? A theory has to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt, and when it is, it is said to be a LAW. [For instance Newton had a THEORY of Gravity, long before it became Newton’s LAW of Gravity.]
posted on 05/06/2009 10:09:55 PM PDT
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To: balls; YHAOS; Fichori; tpanther; valkyry1; Mr. Silverback; Ethan Clive Osgoode; betty boop; ...
The way that dogs adapt and evolve within a single generation is undisputable evidence of evolution before our eyes and has been studied extensively.
Care to provide a source for that?
posted on 05/07/2009 6:24:22 AM PDT
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"The way that dogs adapt and evolve within a single generation is undisputable (sic) evidence of evolution before our eyes"
Balls, you have zero understanding of what you're talking about. There has been a 150 year search for any possible support for evolution, and there has yet to be any evidence found in its favor (but massive evidence against it).
You come here pretending to be a conservative, but spew the ridiculous talking points of the far left.
posted on 05/07/2009 7:27:43 AM PDT
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To: balls; metmom
The way that dogs adapt and evolve within a single generation is undisputable [sic] evidence of evolution before our eyes and has been studied extensively.
So far, all of the evidence shows that dogs, over time, with careful selective breeding and intense artificial environmental pressure to remove "undesirable" genetic traits, will eventually "evolve" into dogs that look like their parents.
posted on 05/07/2009 1:59:25 PM PDT
(I'm so sick of atheists shoving their religion in my face.)
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