If everything came from a single cell, how do we get male and female. Obviously a single cell doesnt have a particular sex, neither does simple forms of life.
[7/1/2003 12:00:00 ]
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Say it with me... EVOLUTION...
"What are the odds that of the millions of species of animals, birds, fish, and insects, a male of each species developed at the same time and in the same place as a female of the same species, so that the species could propagate?"
"Now given that evolution takes hundreds of years, it requires that if the female evolved before the male, at least one male must evolve within the first female's lifetime in order for pro-creation to occur (and us to exist) - this is vice versa if the male was first. What are the chances that a male and female went through the complicated evolutionary process at close to the exact time (in close vicinity as well because they must have been able to find each other before their deaths) in the same stages in order to be able to procreate?"
Ugh... How can someone be so misinformed?
E V O L U T I O N !
This is a great question. Now all this guy needs is a biology textbook. I'm willing to buy it for him.
Forget the first gender occurance or even the first major population of two gendered species. The reason aguments like this work within the creationists mindset is because they don't understand sexual reproduction today.
They really think it's magic with their God sparking every single pregnancy
since its as simple to do away with as that.
stupid as fuck.