Quote# 2946

[Replying to 'why isn't antibiotic resistance evolution?']Because evolution is a process of gradual change and bacteria can become resistant to antibiotics in a short period of time.

Magus55, Rapture Ready 11 Comments [4/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuh bacteria multiply and evolve pretty much every few hours...

read a science book ffs

6/4/2007 2:52:49 AM


Wow, this is a new argument. Don't know much about bacteria do you Magus?

6/4/2007 11:13:18 AM


And you have a degree in biology?

No? Figures.

6/4/2007 11:27:03 AM


"Science? Bah. We have all the proof of everything we need here in Heb. 11.1" </fundie>

Seriously, they keep clutching their straws, and everyone else is seeing the inanity of it all...except them

2/29/2008 2:16:09 PM


Gradual change OVER GENERATIONS. Since bacteria can reproduce over the process of a few hours, the time is naturally shortened.

2/29/2008 3:16:06 PM

I R Jesus

Self-Ownage! I love it!

6/1/2008 4:02:20 PM

Evolution is a process of gradual change... Wait a minute... Aren't these the same people who think that a human coming out of a gorilla = evolution?

7/12/2009 7:09:07 PM

Allegory for Jesus

"Microevolution, not macroevolution" FTL.

7/18/2010 6:16:06 PM


My irony meter just imploded.

Bacteria generations are much shorter, the space of a few hours.

7/18/2010 6:45:48 PM


Bacteria have a shitload of babies every hour to 15-hours.

8/2/2011 6:14:02 PM

J. James

Ahhhhhh. There it is.

Anyway, this is retarded for the following reasons:

• Magus is a stupid name.
• it comes from Rapture Ready.
• The generation times for bacteria are mere hours or minutes and they are more vulnerable to genetic mutations. Their astoundingly high population densities also provide an extremely variable cross-section for resistance in any given selection event.
• FUCK YOU, that's why.

8/2/2011 6:27:16 PM

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