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it seems the designer used only ones and twos in all of creatures I guess that makes us all kin folk in a way, and to think all have the same number of eyes which is aways above the one nose which is above the one mouth which is in front of the two ears. It just happened that way, not in a hundred trillion light years

Ibredd, Yahoo Answers 52 Comments [6/11/2008 6:34:06 PM]
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Brian-sama

Somebody has never seen a spider.

6/11/2008 6:37:59 PM

Jae

Imagine how boring nature would be if this was true! Sure some creatures share a few common traits... thanks to a few common ancestors... which leads us to... evolution. Cheers fundie, thanks for the input.

6/11/2008 6:39:29 PM

Terry Stroud

Several points...

1. Spiders
2. Anteater
3. Flounder or many types of bottom dweller fish
4. Insects of all kinds.
5. A light-year is a measure of distance.....fucknut


6/11/2008 6:39:30 PM

Doctor Whom

Insects can have "noses" in their antennae or "ears" just about anywhere on their bodies.

6/11/2008 6:42:59 PM

Mister Spak

Congratulations, you've discovered that all backboned animals are decendants of a common ancestor. However Darwin got there 150 years before you.

6/11/2008 6:46:05 PM

avowed_cynic

yay for ignorance. *headdesk*

6/11/2008 6:46:27 PM

McCulloch

Starfish, we win!

6/11/2008 6:48:15 PM

Beeblebrox

Yeah....goodness knows most creatures have two eyes because someone was designing them and NOT because binocular vision is the most useful and efficient arrangement for determing depth and distance via the triangulation effect produced by the separation of the two eyeballs.

...not in a hundred trillion light years

Light years are a measurement of distance, not a measurement of time.


Imbecile.

6/11/2008 6:51:59 PM

Osiris

This is because all vertebrae animals share a common ancestor.

6/11/2008 6:58:02 PM

emau99

Thanks for pointing this out, Inbredd.

Question: Have you ever seen a bee? A mosquito? A starfish? A jellyfish? An octopus? A hummingbird? A porpoise?

6/11/2008 7:00:20 PM

Grigadil

Inbredd, you are a hundred trillion light years away from reality.

6/11/2008 7:01:02 PM

Demonaphia

Kinda like we have five fingers and five toes? Oh, wait, that isn't a one or two.

6/11/2008 7:07:33 PM

Aethernaut

Light-years measure distance not time, dumbass.

6/11/2008 7:08:24 PM

Princess Rot

You misspelt your username. It should read "inbred".

6/11/2008 7:11:13 PM

approximate

Princess Rot beat me to it.

6/11/2008 7:12:00 PM

Fek'lhr

*not in a hundred trillion light years*

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6/11/2008 7:16:47 PM

Falconer

Symmetry, beeyotch!

6/11/2008 7:22:41 PM

The Lazy One

Am I the only one who first read this guy's name as "Inbredd"?

Edit: Guess not. I really need to read all the other comments before I post...

6/11/2008 7:25:50 PM

Horsefeathers

"it seems the designer used only ones and twos in all of creatures I guess that makes us all kin folk in a way, and to think all have the same number of eyes which is aways above the one nose which is above the one mouth which is in front of the two ears."

Except for insects which have compound eyes, or arachnids which have two distinct types of eyes. Then of course there's creatures who have none of those features or only a few of those features.

"It just happened that way, not in a hundred trillion light years"

Light years are a measurement of distance not time, nimrod.

6/11/2008 7:30:18 PM

BeemerRefugee1990

Gawd, I am getting sick of these muthafuckin' fundies on my muthafuckin' planet.

Yeah, not so much with the originality, I know. But considering that my paternal grandfather was that one-in-a-million mix of both a SCIENCE TEACHER and a METHODIST PREACHER ...

Makes me ALMOST glad he kicked it in '87. He doesn't have to risk his blood pressure on these asswipes.

6/11/2008 7:41:52 PM



Life found a niche and diversified. This design works well enough that it doesn't need to be rewritten, just refined.

Light years is a unit of distance, you unit-abusing douchecock.

I hate you more than the people who confuse watts and watt-hours!!

6/11/2008 7:50:35 PM

aaa

Spiders, anyone?

6/11/2008 7:57:45 PM

Bryan65

Wrong, Jethro. Now go away. Granny's a callin'.

6/11/2008 8:02:38 PM

Dane

Spiders have eight legs. Flies have numerous eyes, but 2 large lenses. Some snakes have multiple nostrils but no actual "nose" and the have no ears.

Starfish have NONE of these features.

FAIL.

6/11/2008 8:28:44 PM

Lefty Link

"It just happened that way, not in a hundred trillion light years"

*headdesk*
It's not time, it's distance, dumbfuck.

6/11/2008 8:29:52 PM
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