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The following is a fictional example of a series of transitional forms that would prove Evolution. Frame A is a typical horse. Frame E is a horse that has evolved fully functional wings. In between are examples of what would be millions of individuals over millions of years until the wing was perfected.

Unknown, Missing Universe Museum 6 Comments [7/31/2008 6:57:36 PM]
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Submitted By: Larty

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3/1/2009 4:42:11 AM

a mind far far away

Uh, I want to say this moron has no idea what evolution actually is, but I can't get past the horrible grammar.

3/1/2009 4:56:11 AM


FAIL. Someone's been watching too much Kirk.

9/28/2009 3:40:30 PM

David B.

No because the intermediate forms would also have had to gain an advantage from the partially developed wings. Natural selection doesn't "plan ahead" nor aim for a particular goal. Evolution doesn't just go through millions of iterations to "give" a horse wings, because winged horses would be cool.

What you're describing is a disproof of evolution, one the like of which has never been found.

9/29/2009 5:23:53 AM


Woah, it's a preview!

6/13/2010 1:56:50 AM


Is a horse a small tree-dweller living in sparse forests?

No? Then it won't develop the ability to glide and then to fly.

Unlike some species of squirrils.

3/4/2015 3:54:34 AM

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