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But evolution isnt based on mutation because a mutation would be something like a human growing a second head or have cicle cell disease. See the point is that information cannot be added, so if a single celled organism's dna code reads one cell, information cannot be added to make it a 2 celled one. Its a simple concept. DNA could not have been added that gave an organism coming from the sea lungs, because information cannot be added. Evolution is based on genetic growth, you obviously dont understand the theory.

My soul is still longing after all these years, Myspace 19 Comments [1/3/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Phil

If you squish the first sentence together with the final phrase... hm, I could've sworn I had an irony meter where this puddle of liquid is...

1/3/2006 3:17:06 AM

Questioning

\"My soul is still longing after all these years\"...For a Decent Biology Teacher.....
-My Two Bits




1/3/2006 3:27:43 AM

NonHomogenized

I can already tell it's going to be a banner year here at FSTDT. Why, only two days, and we already have a gem like this!

1/3/2006 3:33:18 AM

Suzanne

Is this the 3rd quote from this guy? Only 72 hours into 2006 too!

I think he said it best himself: \"...you obviously don't understand the theory\"

1/3/2006 4:08:23 AM

Gadren

This kid reads too much X-Men.

Happy New Year, and let's hope the fundies don't screw us over...but we'll be here all year to mock them as always. :)

1/3/2006 4:53:43 AM

Darth Wang

Everyone is mutated in some way, a mutation isn't some gross exaggeration of something like in a horror movie, it's just a subtle change in DNA.

1/3/2006 2:59:14 PM

Crosis

Argumentum ad X-Men.

A \"mutation\" isn't something freakish (though it sometimes has freakish results, particularly in development), it's just a change in DNA. In the time it took me to type up this post, there were probably dozens (if not thousands) in your body (though certainly not all of them will be passed on - for one, most don't occur in sperm or egg cells.

1/3/2006 3:59:24 PM

The Last Conformist

And there is the information \"argument\" again ... clearly we do not mock them enough for it.

1/3/2006 7:05:57 PM

Dragon

Well, someone doesn't understand the theory, but it's prolly the idiot with a sentence fragment as a Myspace username.
And I'm curious- but does joining Myspace mean signing away any common sense, sanity, or brains? Because most people on there seem to lack those.

1/3/2006 9:40:29 PM

David D.G.

No, Dragon, not all of us on MySpace are brainwashed, brain-damaged, or brain dead. Some of us actually try to explain reality to the likes of those who get quoted here (a surprising number of whom tend to post in the science forums, apparently for the sake of sheer perversity), for all the good it does us (i.e., not much).

MySpace pretty well reflects the real world: lots of crudeness, vapidity, and idiocy, with occasional points of sophistication, depth, and intelligence. I won't make any great claims to success, but I aspire to reach the latter level as often as possible.


~David D.G.

1/3/2006 11:22:12 PM

the_ignored

Thanks, Dave. Just keep up the struggle, afterall I guess that's all we can do.

1/4/2006 12:22:27 AM

the_ignored

Shit, that last comment looks awful. That's what I get for posting 3 minutes after I wake up!

1/4/2006 12:23:24 AM

Onuris

No Mutations happen when DNA in a cell is replecating itself for spliting, when sections of genes switch places, like blue eyes are a mutation which became a recessive trait, like five toes is recessive to six toes, the two head thing is from mutiagens like toxic waste and stuff, over time creatures usefull mutatians live longer becuase it gives the creature an edge on the others, thus passing it on to further generations to adapt it again to give another edge, the good mutatians live on bad ones die, making the breeding stock better

1/6/2006 9:40:13 PM

TDR

this guys is getting to be one of my favourites. How deliciously idiotic.

1/9/2006 8:49:36 PM

Seth E. Meyerink-Griffin

Wow. That's downright scary. This is something that we covered in Biology 101 in college. ...And in high school... And I'm a fine arts major! If I can understand the principles of genetic inheritance, evolution, and DNA, any normal person should be able to do the same.

1/13/2006 6:05:59 PM

Whyatica

Gotta love Myspace....

1/23/2006 4:18:03 AM

LordoftheLeftHand

Argumentum ad X-Men. That is funny Crosis.

2/8/2006 1:47:03 AM

Agahnim

Evolution does not work that way. That's just complete male cattle poo that creationists make up to cover up the truth about the theory.

4/26/2012 2:30:20 AM



Mutation doesn't work like that. DNA doesn't work like that. Evolution doesn't work like that.

Reality doesn't work like that.

4/26/2012 6:29:35 AM
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