evolutionists and atheists can you even give just one example of one species giving birth to a different species under natural circumstances?
- JustinLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
The 'evidence' provided by atheistic science is always either 'millions of light years away' while peering through cleverly bent glass, or 'millions of years away' from current observations around us. That is exactly the way it will stay too, because that is the only way it actually works.
If the 'super luck' required to make any of their theories possible even existed at all, we would see at least one example happening right now, particularly given the fact that the number of 'events' occurring on microscopic levels of reality already represents a domain comparable to vast eons of time or millions of light years to our 'mezzo' level of experience. We don't see any 'accidental miracles' happening there, just the occasional 'very lucky' or 'rare' event which cannot possibly give credence to their impossible narratives.
What they conveniently forget to explain is that the passage of eons of time works in two distinct ways which counteract each other. One is in decreasing improbabilities, (as they say), since the shear volume of possible outcomes makes 'everything but the kitchen sink' the standard applied by nature. Everything is bound to be tried at least once and probably many times. However, the flip side must also be true as great lengths of time pass. The odds also grow increasingly smaller that anything 'constantly conducive' to life can be maintained while relying on this same luck, unless there is an unmentioned 'x factor' involved in making sure it is maintained using models or direct intervention.
Sensible people called Him 'GOD.'
- antoniusLv 76 months ago
A horse and a donkey are not the same species. Cross a female horse with a male donkey and you get a mule.
- PaulLv 76 months ago
Of course not, and no scientist has ever made such a ridiculous statement. But the fossil record clearly demonstrates that species change in form, size and characteristics over time, in order to remain well adapted to an ever-changing environment. So, the questions is, how much can a species change, and still be considered the same species?
- 6 months ago
They know if they had Real living example, they would say in a very bold way... Just a few lies & False Stories & some logic of kids...
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- JohnLv 46 months ago
Yes the caentaur. Produced by a horse mounting a woman, I believe, although it could be the other way around.
That was thousands of years ago.
More modern is the wolf and dog. Two completely unrelated species yet able to mate AND produce fertile offspring.
Not all dogs and wolfs will do the act. My ***** won't and she won't go near hybreds like mules either.
She fights and finds it perverse.
She likes her own kind.
- bartyLv 76 months ago
That’s not how evolution works. No one but lying preachers pretends it involves one species giving birth to another.
When you get tired of the lies, try reading up on real science.
- 6 months ago
That is not what evolution predicts. It is like asking Christians why did Yahweh **** out a risen lord and saviour Moses from his lactating mammaries by speaking the words abracadabra fe fi fo fum on the 9th day of creation? It is a gross and completely ridiculous distortion of the actual argument and is not meant to discuss truth but to dismiss it with a wave of the hand by ignorant and uneducated people. No animals ever gives birth to completely different animals and no evolutionary biologist has ever made such a claim. The only ones who say that is what evolution teaches are Creationists who wish the pesky evidence for evolution isn't real. They are wrong, evolution is real and the evidence for it is sky-high, it is time to grow up and figure it out.
- Steel RainLv 76 months ago
If evolution was true where are the failures? Where are the three and four legged humans? Where are the 6 winged birds? Where are the flying pigs? I guess the spaghetti monster eat them.
- 6 months ago
ikr because there are BILLIONS of observed examples of a species birthing exactly the same species
and the fossil record is woefully incomplete if they want to point micro evolution
- 6 months ago
It conveniently takes millions of years to see that lol
- BokitoLv 66 months ago
Dawkins explains that very well in "The Magic of reality".