Discussion of everything related to the Theory of Evolution.
Well I would say that there is none yet. But if you went to evolution forum we have a few threads about that.
Of course in my opininion all objections raised are not scientific and Darwin's theory of evolution stand the test of time.
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I think a better query would be, "Is there any scientific evidence to support goo-to-you evolution?"
I am laughing my pants off...
PS: look at the topic with objections and their refuting arguments and decide yourself
There are some differences between modern theories and Darwin's original proposals one of which concerns natural selection, search on wikipedia.
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Darwin was a gr8 man
good theories that are still unable to be challenged mind you he had some smaller issues wrong but so would you in those times! with a lack of equipment and general know how
how on earth did Darwin get so smart in a time so badly opinionated and underdeveloped?!?
I would like to point out that Alfred Russell Wallace came upon evolution first and Darwin took the credit for it. He was doing research in the Malay Archipelago while Darwin was crouched in a corner sobbing because he didnt know what to put in his origin of species, which he had delayed publishing for 20 years until he thought that Wallace's paper would beat him to the punch
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Darwin was by no means the first to consider evolution by natural selection. Many others considered the idea, but deemed it impossible and inconsistent with the facts of nature.
The reason the theory became so widely accepted is because the world was ready for the religion of secular humanism.
darwnsm did not exactly state how the variations arose.
the modern synthetic theory of evltn states that the origin of species is based on the interaction of genetic variation and natural selection.
thats their difference. the synth evltn theory is more developed as it was based on modern molecular studies
The origin of species was actually entitled 'On the Origin of Species By Means of Natural Selection, or, the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life' and his book never once mentioned evolution- this word was used later by others. Are we talking about evolution within species, ie. natural selection, or evolution from one species to another because although i believe that there can be changes within a species, i dont think there is substantial evidence to support evolution from one species to another
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