I do not, there is changes and evolvement of species within their own species, however I do not believe the species barrier is ever broken, we did not come from apes etc.
one thing I think people forget is evolution is still a THEORY and isn't a fact even according to science. Anyway give your take.
- I believe in evolution and that we came from another species70% (16)70% (21)70% (37)Vote
- I do not believe in evolution30% (7)30% (9)30% (16)Vote
Apparently even evolution couldn't ween that out.
I was never stalking you, one I don't care, two I made observation given how nearly every time I've seen you lost there's a big argument where you go to name calling and playing the 'educated final say'
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The theory of evolution does not EVER imply that humans "came from apes" we merely share a common ancestor with apes, nothing more nothing less. Hominids and apes are two different evolutionary lines. Hominids were never apes. Do your research before you use untrue statements to try and disprove something. And sorry but if you don't "believe" in evolution you limit your ability to get an education. Take an anthropology class, take some formal education on the subject before you try to argue against it so you actually know what you are talking about. Humans did not even "come from" neanderthals because homo sapiens and neanderthals are completely different species. Neanderthals died out and are extinct, homo sapiens existed at the same time as neanderthals but we were the stronger species so we out-adapted them and survived to this day, while neanderthals are extinct. Human beings did not at any point "evolve" or "come from" apes. Hominids are a completely different evolutionary line.1
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Theory "the working hypothesis until facts come along that change this hypothesis, such as the theory of gravity" There are no facts in science everything is theory with the understanding that new information changes the understanding of the universe. As for cross species evolution there has been some observed evolution blogs.scientificamerican.com/.../3
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