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Show me any evidence or observation of one fundamentally type of animal changing to another.

Big Dave, FaithForum.org 13 Comments [9/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Darwin's Lil Girl

Ever wonder why we have to get a 'flu shot every year? It's 'cause the virus keeps evolving.

12/24/2007 2:51:17 AM


Crap to goldfish.
White peppered moths to black peppered moths.
Wolves to domesticated dogs.
Libyan wild cats to domesticated cats.
And the list just goes on and on and on...

12/24/2007 4:07:11 AM

The Joker

A tadpole to a frog maybe?

12/26/2007 7:30:01 PM

Tom S. Fox

Animals don't change "fundamentally!"
That's the opposite of how evolution works!
Animals slowly evolve!

2/19/2008 1:25:56 PM


Here's a newsflash, bucko. We're fundamentally similar to apes. Sorry to break it to you.

As for Dinosaurs to this point, we're talking millions of generations between, and a serious bottleneck creating necessity.

2/19/2008 3:51:12 PM


Actually a living example are monotremes...

Mammals that lay eggs... They are a transition between one type of animal to another.

2/19/2008 4:52:44 PM


Oh look, a butterfly!

2/19/2008 4:57:19 PM


8/3/2008 4:13:31 PM


Normal humans are changing to fundies (and vice versa) everyday.

7/30/2011 11:58:18 AM


Wolves to dogs. The speciation is not complete yet, give it a few thousand more years...

Oh you meant like a dog changing into a lizard? No, sorry, that would completely disprove ToE.

7/30/2011 12:04:16 PM

J. Ja

Fossil fish turning into tetrapods, fossil dinosaurs developing feathers, then flight and becoming birds, ancestors of modern lancelets and hagfish becoming full vertebrates, amphibians becoming reptiles with amniotic eggs, reptiles becoming furred and warm blooded, developing into mammals, etc.

The only real "missing link" left undiscovered in the fossil record is the Bat lineage.

7/30/2011 12:15:59 PM


Show me any evidence or observation of one fundamentally type of animal changing to another.

I can't. For a very good reason.

Would there be any observation of a fundamental change of one species into a completely other, this would be a proof for a creator (or "intelligent designer").

But as there are no sudden, rapid fundamental changes, but rather slow, continuous changes, this is another proof that evolution is right and "intelligent design" is nonsense. And there are countless examples of slow, continuous changes.

So the challenge is rather the other way round: "Big Dave", YOU must show ME an observation of one fundamentally type of species changing into another. You can't? Bad luck for YOU.

7/30/2011 2:11:01 PM

Dr. Shrinker

Goalposts are ready to be moved

7/30/2011 3:20:51 PM

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