As to point uno, it's already happening. Monkeys have been observed in the wild crafting tools and using them to hunt. To point dos, got a few million years?
6/23/2008 5:10:48 AM
This is very odd; this person is actually giving it a chance.
5/30/2011 11:54:34 PM
Assuming they aren't going to move the goalposts:
There you go.
Although the nylon-eating bacteria is more dramatic biochemically, the polydactyl cats look more cool.
5/31/2011 12:06:33 PM
you'll have to give me an example.
- Population of Tibet adopting to lower oxygen amounts at high altitude. (happened in the last 3000 years, when Tibet was colonized)
- North american flies forming a new species specialized on european apple trees after these trees were introduced in New England (happened in the last 400 years)
- Bacteria developing ability to digest citric acid (observed in the lab in a long-term experiment on evolution)
5/31/2011 12:31:41 PM
Silly Anons, those examples are MICROevolution.
Did the bacteria change into humans or the flies change into pigs?
12/16/2011 11:02:41 PM
>> If they did it before, then they can do it again, right? <<
And your god makes miracles all the time, huh.
12/16/2011 11:10:57 PM
One more time , All together now
Modern monkeys did not eveolve into Humans.
12/17/2011 7:08:19 PM
Evolution. Doesn't. Fucking. Work. That. Way.
12/18/2011 2:02:19 AM
Modern monkeys did not evolve into humans before, their ancestors, who share a common ancestor with us, evolved into modern day monkeys.
"Pond scum" was the common ancestor of all life on the planet.
12/18/2011 2:08:26 AM