Given Millions, possibly billions of years, you might have a chance. But evolution is not a "BANG!" thing. It takes time.
10/16/2007 2:56:06 PM
EVOLUTION DOES NOT WORK THAT WAY. EVOLUTION IS ADAPTION THROUGH GENERATIONS OF OFFSPRING WHICH ADAPT TO THE ENVIRONMENT TO SURVIVE, WHICH USUALLY BRINGS UP MAJOR CHANGES THAT TAKE THOUSANDS OF GENERATIONS
10/16/2007 3:39:47 PM
Perhaps if you lived to be older than the human race you might.
2/22/2009 10:06:42 AM
"I see evolutionist telling why things are how they are but never giving any proof of how they got here."
Evolution is the ONLY theory putting forth proofs. Now replace evolutionist with creationists and the sentence would be true.
2/22/2009 1:11:04 PM
Oh, I don't know which one my eyes will explode to first, the fundie with no understanding of evolution, or the atheist who thinks caps lock will help, which in fact is even more stupid than when fundies do it because it's most likely the author of this slander of evolution will never read it.
2/22/2009 1:36:06 PM
Well, if by 'glass box' you mean a planet or moon or other large enough place with temperature, pressure, and radiation conditions suitable for complex self-catalyzing chemistry; and by 'humans' you mean 'intelligent tool-users', then yes. Yes you could.
But success is not guaranteed, and it probably would take a few billion years.
11/24/2010 10:45:41 AM
And, like expecting an opened, then closed jar of peanut butter to produce life (dryer, less oil-based peanut butters are very good at resisting life) we have the "let's make life impossible" scenario as proof it couldn't happen in a temperate, watery mineral filled enviroment.
Add jam to peanut butter and life will happen even if refrigerated. The Earth was never a sealed jar, and here's the irony. Sealed jar experiments are to test reactions SEPERATED from outside contamination. Outside meaning the entire Earth and beyond that 'box' you idiots think is what our world is or began as
11/26/2010 5:08:21 PM