• Should scientists hurry up and develop something to eliminate whatever causes homosexuality?

    Best answer: I would not consider it a priority, but it should definitely be on the list of objectives to pursue.
    Best answer: I would not consider it a priority, but it should definitely be on the list of objectives to pursue.
    16 answers · 1 day ago
  • Checkmate atheists!!?

    Well you see i study biolgy :i think have a very strong evidence for design in nature a) we know that a self replicate robot that made from dna need a designer b) the ape is a self replicate robot a+b= the ape need a designer or even a self replicat watch.the evolution side always say that a watch need a... show more
    Well you see i study biolgy :i think have a very strong evidence for design in nature a) we know that a self replicate robot that made from dna need a designer b) the ape is a self replicate robot a+b= the ape need a designer or even a self replicat watch.the evolution side always say that a watch need a designer because it cant self rplicat. so if we will find a self replicat watch we need to say that is made by itself ?plus: if a self replicate car cant evolve into an airplan, how can a bacteria can evolve into human the evolution say that small steps for milions years become a big steps. but according to this a lots of samll steps in self replicat car (with dna) will evolve into a airplan. but there is no step wise from car to airplan evolution say that common similarity is evidence for common descent. but according to this 2 similar self replicat car are evolve from each other according to evolution a car can evolve in a close room, beacuse a human can evolve in a close room and make a car so according to evoluteen the rock can come from a sun and turn into apes, which then go into water and become humans.. but when god created the human he was just fairy tales CHECKMATE A THISTS !!!!!!
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do people say women create life when it's the men who have "seed" and children come from their father's seed?

    Women are just gestation vesseles.
    Women are just gestation vesseles.
    31 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why does u think atheists don't video evolution in motion if it's such a "fact"?

    Best answer: IT IS FAKE...TIRH
    Best answer: IT IS FAKE...TIRH
    28 answers · 5 days ago
  • Hey Atheists, why are you not evolving?

    Hey Atheists, why are you not evolving? If you believe evolution to be true, then why don't you evolve into a bird or something and fly away?
    Hey Atheists, why are you not evolving? If you believe evolution to be true, then why don't you evolve into a bird or something and fly away?
    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do men feel a “biological clock” like women do?

    Best answer: I think some do. My husband was just talking about wanting kids a few nights ago when we were laying in bed. He was saying he's almost in his mid-30s and doesn't have anyone to leave his legacy to. We're both 33 and we both agreed that neither one of us want children and here is, talking about wanting... show more
    Best answer: I think some do. My husband was just talking about wanting kids a few nights ago when we were laying in bed. He was saying he's almost in his mid-30s and doesn't have anyone to leave his legacy to. We're both 33 and we both agreed that neither one of us want children and here is, talking about wanting children.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Did giant races of people really exist in the near past?

    Best answer: I am a huge fan of the TV program "Ancient Aliens". Bones of extremely tall people from the past have been found in several locations of the world so I say "Yeah, why not"?
    Best answer: I am a huge fan of the TV program "Ancient Aliens". Bones of extremely tall people from the past have been found in several locations of the world so I say "Yeah, why not"?
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Did morals evolve?

    Best answer: Yes. The ancestor of humans 3.2 billion years ago were bacteria, and bacteria have no morals. Therefore sometime in the past, humans evolved from animals without morals to ones that do have morals. Since some non-human animals have a sense of justice, or right and wrong, it means either morals evolved in the common... show more
    Best answer: Yes. The ancestor of humans 3.2 billion years ago were bacteria, and bacteria have no morals. Therefore sometime in the past, humans evolved from animals without morals to ones that do have morals. Since some non-human animals have a sense of justice, or right and wrong, it means either morals evolved in the common ancestor of these animals and humans, or we evolved morals independently of these other animals. It is known that many mammals and birds have a sense of right and wrong. Since birds last shared an ancestor with mammals soon after the first reptiles evolved, and since many reptiles do not seem to possess morals, it would appear that only those animals that have big brains are likely to have morals. Morality requires thinking and decision making, and these would require a brain capable of doing both. An animal that acts almost entirely on instinct would not do much thinking and would therefore not likely to have morals.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • If we're monkeys then why do we eat chicken?

    Since when do monkeys eat chicken?
    Since when do monkeys eat chicken?
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Which membrane protein allows other cells to identify a cell?

    A. Cell-Surface Marker B. Receptor Protein C. Enzyme D. Transfer Protein
    A. Cell-Surface Marker B. Receptor Protein C. Enzyme D. Transfer Protein
    5 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Evolutionists, do you ever give any thought to what you believe in?

    Every time I examine something in nature, my questions are always how? and why? Humans have several blood types, combinations of A, B, O, + -. Did we start out with only one blood type? Why don't we have more blood types? If our blood evolved to the point where it is now, why has evolution stopped?
    Every time I examine something in nature, my questions are always how? and why? Humans have several blood types, combinations of A, B, O, + -. Did we start out with only one blood type? Why don't we have more blood types? If our blood evolved to the point where it is now, why has evolution stopped?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do chickens literally come from the t-rex?

    Best answer: The two species are related, but only very distantly. Birds are believed to be much closer related to the dinosaur Archaeopteryx than the Tyrannosaurus. Archaeopteryx and Tyrannosaurus may have had a common ancestor, but it likely would have preceded both species by several million years.
    Best answer: The two species are related, but only very distantly. Birds are believed to be much closer related to the dinosaur Archaeopteryx than the Tyrannosaurus. Archaeopteryx and Tyrannosaurus may have had a common ancestor, but it likely would have preceded both species by several million years.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Curious about blood transfusions?

    I always wondered what happens when a different blood type is transfused into someones body. Like a O+ person gets O- blood, would the person now be O+ and O- or would the person still be the original blood type? if they would be a mixed blood type afterword, would that change be permanent or would all the O+ blood... show more
    I always wondered what happens when a different blood type is transfused into someones body. Like a O+ person gets O- blood, would the person now be O+ and O- or would the person still be the original blood type? if they would be a mixed blood type afterword, would that change be permanent or would all the O+ blood come back months later and get rid of the O- blood from the transfusion? I tried looking this up on google but nothing related to this is popping up.
    5 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Is evolution observable testable and repeatable?

    Best answer: Yes it is. You can observe evolution taking place at the microscopic level when it comes to bacteria and viruses and how they mutate through the process of natural selection.

    The field of medicine requires a knowledge of natural selection when it comes to the development of things like vaccines.
    Best answer: Yes it is. You can observe evolution taking place at the microscopic level when it comes to bacteria and viruses and how they mutate through the process of natural selection.

    The field of medicine requires a knowledge of natural selection when it comes to the development of things like vaccines.
    31 answers · 1 week ago
  • If fish breathe water, does that mean they drink air?

    Because humans breathe air and drink water.
    Because humans breathe air and drink water.
    7 answers · 2 days ago