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4th Grade Quiz in SC

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how old is the earth? give or take 1k years?

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yeah. i was leaning 4.1.

carbon 14 bro. carbon 14.

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If you consider adaptation as evololution then I complete agree. But comparing a virus building resitance to a flu shot to me coming from a single celled organism is not quite apples to apples. I am in no way questioning natural selection or "breeding" if you would call it that.

Why have we never found a half horse half panda. If everything envolved from the same lineage at some point there would have to be something in the middle of the two would there not?

And where is the proof that whales evolved flippers from five fingers besides it just coming out of your mouth?

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If you consider adaptation as evololution then I complete agree. But comparing a virus building resitance to a flu shot to me coming from a single celled organism is not quite apples to apples. I am in no way questioning natural selection or "breeding" if you would call it that.

Why have we never found a half horse half panda. If everything envolved from the same lineage at some point there would have to be something in the middle of the two would there not?

And where is the proof that whales evolved flippers from five fingers besides it just coming out of your mouth?

I was using the flu and flu shot as an example of the adaptation of all biological life (which is a process of evolution...)

Half-horse, half-panda? Methinks you don't know how evolution works. You work things backwards, yes, we came from a single-celled organism that worked it's way, slowly, gradually into more complex beings. Those beings had mutations and adaptations based on environmental factors as well as need, and then those changed even more. A lot of these species have very similar attributes while still being different species all together.

Look at the fuging skeleton of a whale. Goddamn dude. PLEASE tell me you're not this dumb and you're just fuging with us. I am trying to remain calm and respectful as possible, because I honestly WANT to teach you and help you understand this, but you are making it SO hard.

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If you consider adaptation as evololution then I complete agree. But comparing a virus building resitance to a flu shot to me coming from a single celled organism is not quite apples to apples. I am in no way questioning natural selection or "breeding" if you would call it that.

Why have we never found a half horse half panda. If everything envolved from the same lineage at some point there would have to be something in the middle of the two would there not?

Yes

And where is the proof that whales evolved flippers from five fingers besides it just coming out of your mouth?

Bone structures

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800px-Blue_Whale_skeleton_CAS_left_lateral_flipper.JPG

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Why have we never found a half horse half panda. If everything envolved from the same lineage at some point there would have to be something in the middle of the two would there not?

You serious?

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Got it so everything was a straight line split. Seems feasible.

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