• Is evolution a belief or is it reality ?

    Best answer: All living organisms adapt themselves to their environment. That much is true. But extrapolating that observation to claiming something like a single cell became a human after billions of years is stupid. It is not scientifically sound. There is no evidence for that. It has not been tested or simulated.... show more
    Best answer: All living organisms adapt themselves to their environment. That much is true. But extrapolating that observation to claiming something like a single cell became a human after billions of years is stupid. It is not scientifically sound. There is no evidence for that. It has not been tested or simulated.

    Speciation- which means entirely different species coming into being from another species through evolution is the biggest hoax in human history

    The only reason atheists here champion for speciation is because it contradicts the bible. Atheists don't research to find out whether speciation has been proven or not. If any hypothesis contradicts the bible, they will immediately accept it

    Watch Richard Dawkins struggling to answer even the basic question about speciation . There is ZERO indisputable evidence for speciation. At this point in time, it is only a science fiction

    https://youtu.be/YddmGJofbL0
    61 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do people say women create life when it's the men who have "seed" and children come from their father's seed?

    Women are just gestation vesseles.
    Women are just gestation vesseles.
    12 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Can Homosexuality Be Common?

    Best answer: The genetic implications of homosexuality are not well understood by the scientific community; however, just as any other trait may be hereditary, e.g., hair color, athleticism, intelligence, etc., it may be possible for homosexuality to be hereditary to a degree. Fun fact, 10% of all sheep are homosexual or... show more
    Best answer: The genetic implications of homosexuality are not well understood by the scientific community; however, just as any other trait may be hereditary, e.g., hair color, athleticism, intelligence, etc., it may be possible for homosexuality to be hereditary to a degree. Fun fact, 10% of all sheep are homosexual or bisexual; but again, we don't know where it stems from.
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • If I never wear a coat will I adapt to the cold and start the next human Evolution ?

    If I never wear a coat will I adapt to the cold and start the next human evolution
    If I never wear a coat will I adapt to the cold and start the next human evolution
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does building muscle depend on blood type?

    Best answer: Absolutely nothing depends on blood type other than transfusion reactions, and very rare cases of fetal disease.

    Building muscle has nothing to do with blood type.
    Best answer: Absolutely nothing depends on blood type other than transfusion reactions, and very rare cases of fetal disease.

    Building muscle has nothing to do with blood type.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • How can abiogenesis be falsified?

    If abiogenesis is real science then how may it be falsified in principle? It seems that scientists could look for plausible paths for abiogenesis from now until forever, come up empty handed, and continue to claim that any question of its legitimacy is nothing but an argument from incredulity. How convenient.... show more
    If abiogenesis is real science then how may it be falsified in principle? It seems that scientists could look for plausible paths for abiogenesis from now until forever, come up empty handed, and continue to claim that any question of its legitimacy is nothing but an argument from incredulity. How convenient. Abiogenesis 'research' has everything to win and nothing to lose. So how can abiogenesis be falsified? What prevents it from being a hypothesis that cannot die and with its immortality its eternal eligibility for research grants?
    6 answers · 15 hours ago
  • How can Wikipedia claim that abiogenesis is the natural process when every instance of scientific knowledge shows that processes ...?

    ... of non-living matter are heading towards physicochemical equilibrium or a state of minimum total potential energy and not towards some physicochemical system that uses surrounding matter to reproduce and maintain its structure?
    ... of non-living matter are heading towards physicochemical equilibrium or a state of minimum total potential energy and not towards some physicochemical system that uses surrounding matter to reproduce and maintain its structure?
    6 answers · 16 hours ago
  • What colour eyes will my baby have?

    I have blue eyes and my husband has hazel eyes..
    I have blue eyes and my husband has hazel eyes..
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why does u think atheists like farytails such as evolution?

    Best answer: Most Christians accept evolution as a tool of God.
    Best answer: Most Christians accept evolution as a tool of God.
    21 answers · 5 days ago
  • What happens if you inject heroin into your nipples?

    this is for a friend
    this is for a friend
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • How come a muscle pulls but cannot push?

    Best answer: It sounds like you’re getting too hung up on semantics. Muscles don’t pull, they contract. I guess you could say that skeletal movement occurs through a pulling force that muscles put on the bones via their tendon attachments, but again, that’s just semantics. If you really want to get specific about the skeletal... show more
    Best answer: It sounds like you’re getting too hung up on semantics. Muscles don’t pull, they contract. I guess you could say that skeletal movement occurs through a pulling force that muscles put on the bones via their tendon attachments, but again, that’s just semantics. If you really want to get specific about the skeletal movements muscles produce, you would use terms like flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, protraction, retraction, pronation, supination, etc. Push and pull are terms used to describe how we move external resistance.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • What part of the immortal jelly fish's DNA could be inserted into human DNA?

    THIS QUESTION IS NOT TO BE ANSWERED BY THE PERSON WHO'S POSTING THE "THREE BIG EARTHQUAKES" RANT!
    THIS QUESTION IS NOT TO BE ANSWERED BY THE PERSON WHO'S POSTING THE "THREE BIG EARTHQUAKES" RANT!
    4 answers · 7 hours ago
  • What are humans made out of?

    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does a bone cell have an organ?

    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Evolution for the smart people?

    How was the cell able to survive 4.2 billion years with no accidents. More importantly, how did it great two genders, tens of thousands of bugs/mammals? How did we become the dominate race? Why weren’t we just killed by a large predator?
    How was the cell able to survive 4.2 billion years with no accidents. More importantly, how did it great two genders, tens of thousands of bugs/mammals? How did we become the dominate race? Why weren’t we just killed by a large predator?
    11 answers · 1 week ago