Things like food and so-on are not to “cope”; they are to sustain. It’s very strange that life-forms conveniently just evolved to be able to breathe oxygen and this kind of stuff but somehow did not evolve to not need to eat food. The food didn’t evolve; the food was just somehow conveniently there for “future” random mutations and evolution — this is absolutely silly xD. If things just randomly evolved, how do “evolutionists” explain the “food”?; how is there just “food” there and how is there just “reproduction” there?. How on earth does evolution just make something that reproduces and this particular evolution doesn’t itself evolve, but everything else does?. “Reproduction” is not just something that happens randomly since it relates to life and as far as we know, evolution fails to explain how the ability of something to actually “live” and how the ability of something to actually become “alive”, came to be in the first place; evolution just shape-shifts what’s already there in the first [pre-existing] place.

When it comes to things like food and reproduction, these things are not randomly there, they are “intentionally” there — they don’t evolve and have not evolved because they were placed there to purposefully sustain things that purposefully exist that use them to also sustain. The food itself that is required to sustain doesn’t evolve because the things that rely on them “will not” evolve to need another entirely different source of sustenance as a result of freak, “unsustainable”, shape-shifting occurrences.

FACTS!, it’s that easy. No shitty alcoholic fuck or pitiful hype bullshit — it’s this natural βš‘πŸ€˜πŸ˜‚

4 thoughts on “COMMENT [725]

  1. β™₯️

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    1. Massive love and respect DiosRaw πŸ‘πŸ˜„

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  2. Never thought about this in this way. Intrestinf perspective man

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    1. Thanks alot buddy πŸ‘πŸ˜„. Yeah at first, some of these aspects may seem typical but they turn out to be pretty interesting the more we think about these areas.

      The thesis about the evolution of animals seems straight-forward but when we consider things like: food, reproduction; how D.N.A works, how things became “alive” in the first place and so-on; evolution doesn’t translate as well when we take a deeper look at the purpose or the function of things lol

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