Last edited by NY8123; 03-01-2012 at 05:23 PM.
"I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally" ~ W.C. Fields
More than that, evolution is a response to changes in an environment and certain traits and characteristics giving advantages to one over another. What changes in environment are bacteria and short-lived insects experiencing in his examples? You can't simply breed one trait then expect it to stick. That trait has to give an advantage to that organism over his competitors.
Plus, he kept trying to make it sound like he wasn't a creationist and tip-toeing around it because he knew he couldn't really explain his beliefs on it. He was a pretty good troll, all things considered...
More lies, Locke? You realize that others can see that you were posting here those few days you were busy, right? lol You were run off because you were caught in a lie and too stupid to debate this topic. At least tyler tried...you ran away like a little *****. You tried to discredit me only after I left. Then, when NY183 wrote that you and I were both right, you agreed with him while still calling me wrong. How ****ing retarded are you? lol
I was banned because I called the admin a troll when he was acting like a troll. It's funny the way people just get banned when they speak the truth.
And Tyler, I wasn't expecting bacteria to change overnight. Once more, and contrary to what NY183 wrote, it is about the NUMBERS...not time. The e. coli bacteria in that study had 50,000 generations and all they did was developed a new way to use some new food. However, you suspect that humans evolved from some ape-like creature in about 80,000 generations. That's absurd.
I'm a researcher, student, and a professor. I get busy, especially when midterms are coming up. Unlike yourself, I don't always have time to hover on a message board. But when I do, I don't waste my time with belligerent retards with a false sense of grandeur and no idea what it is they're crowing about. Running away? Don't flatter yourself...
Honestly I have a theory about life and the scale of life. I feel that life is infinitely big and at the same time infinitely small. Think about it like a microscope, we look at the microscope and we see the unit, the lens, the reticle, the frame. When we look through the microscope we see things that we would never have been able to see before, details about whatever it is we are looking at but you no longer can see the microscope as a unit because your eyes are focused through the scope. The same could be said if you observe the microscope from space, now it looks like nothing but a planet feature, it looks like something completely different than what it is because of scale.
Now multiply this scale by a billion times each direction and you have what I am talking about, life on a grade scale in and around everything known and everything that is ever going to be known, anything created or ever was or will be created is alive and will be alive on both a infinitely small and large scale. Separated by boundaries in time based on scale. We may die or move on from one scale only to be necessary on the larger and small scales and this transcends all the boundaries on an infinite level.