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Since around 30.000 years ago the human brain used to be bigger in size (with Homo neanderthalensis having the biggest brain size. Since then the average brain size has been a shrinking over the past 28,000 years), a friend of mine claims that the potential intellectual capacities of mankind have g...
- Sat Jan 07, 2012 5:40 pm
- Forum: Evolution
- Topic: Any SOLID arguments against evolution?
- Replies: 309
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CONCERNING DATES AND EVOLUTION ⋅ According to a private message of Jesus, mankind exists only since about 6.000 years ago. So, any dating before the flood is not credible, despite the rigor of the scientific methods. Remember that such datings are logical calculus, and as such, they may ...
I read it through very quickly and I do have some questions/comments. You suggest that natural selection acts on individuals, but that is not really the case. ( If natural selection acts on anything it is on gene's and in fact more so on the gene pool of an group of individuals then on an single ind...
- Thu Dec 01, 2011 12:47 pm
- Forum: Off Topic Discussion
- Topic: Introduction for members
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Ola, Just so I have at least one post to my name. Just started something that, in time, should result in a BSc in biology at the Open University. Just wanted to find a place where I can find/read and occasionally discuss things/subjects about biology, specifically evolution and bees...I am sucker fo...