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But The Same Question Is Applied, Atheists Don't Prove A Thing..

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Posted by Motumos on July 6, 2001 23:00:18 UTC

I keep hearing athiests saying all this bolony about thousands of years are needed for a species to evolve into another, but yet there is no fossil record of that ever being true, nor is there any species showing a link to another species. The theory of evolution athiests are trying to say is what caused life on earth are saying that this theory is a on-going thing, but yet if it was true, why is it that there doesn't seem to be any proof? It just seems very silly for anyone to believe something so incredible like all of the living things in this planet just suddenly created themselves without a plan, and yet so complex not even the worlds smartest human's combined can solve this theory. Isn't it such a coincidence that the theory of energy conservation even proves there was aplan for the simple reason that if energy was not designed to recycle, life on this plannet would of stoped existing a long time ago. Isn't it also a coincidence that plants breathe in what animals and humans breath out, and vice versa?

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