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Posted by Caprinicus on July 8, 2001 13:54:15 UTC
DNA is different even today with every individual. That doesn't make them a new species. The point Athiest try to argue just doesn't hold ground. They keep saying DNA will someday make a new species, but I have yet to see this day. If it has even happened in the past, It seemed to have somehow dissapeared. Also, there would of been more species remembling humans from other species. For example a kind of monkey people, or alligator people, people with wings etc, and yet not of the same species. This is what Darwin believed. It sounds silly, but this is what Darwins theory of evolution. According to evolution, birds got their wings from evolving from a lizard type ancestor, as did monkeys, so why are humans not able to have feathers or scales etc? This is one of those questions Darwinist's should think about. If evolution was true, Such people would be possible.
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