Thursday, August 15, 2013 10:48:32 PM
Evolution is not proven fact. MICRO-evolution is proven. The Bible is not proven fact, either. Evolution is accepted by those who don't believe in a higher power, while creationism is accepted by those do. I do love to see dumb people agree with either side because it makes them feel smarter. Just live your life and quit acting as though you had a hand in discovering proof for either side. That`s the dumbest part of the whole argument of evolution/creationism. Who are you pleading your case to? Show FACTS or leave it alone. There are plenty of holes in either side`s arguments.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013 9:56:37 PM
I'm not even going to listen to that lying charlatan with the fake PhD in the first vid. @carmium: You should listen! At least a little... it`s like antibodies: it builds up your immunity to bullshiite!! (and it is pure crapola...)
[quote]Where`s Crakrjak?[/quote] Be nice @davymid! iirc? @CrakrJak believes in evolution, just like me! However we both believe in God too. Different "Gods" but "THE All CREATOR" nonetheless!
Tuesday, August 13, 2013 5:20:58 AM
A real scientist who is a Christian discusses Chromosome 2: And that scientist makes erroneous assumptions. The specific AT/CG pairing in DNA allows genes on one chromosome to attract to similar genes on another chromosome. When chromosomes pair up in mitosis and meiosis, this mechanism works despite the fact that the chromosomes differ slightly because the mother's and father`s inherited DNA are not identical. The allelomorphic forms of a gene differ at a very small fraction of their places if they differ at all, as does happen in a significant percentage of genes (a condition for that locus called heterozygosity). When 2A & 2B fuse together, it creates a super-chromosome which attracts a 2A and 2B to the right places. This means that chromosome fusion doesn`t affect either mitosis or meiosis. It is effectively a neutral mutation, which means it has a chance of becoming the norm in the population.