COMMENT [747]

I don’t really buy evolution because there is an old saying, you can take the lion out of the jungle but you can’t take the jungle out of the lion, as long as these animals perform and live according to their way of nature and natural instinct, they are super unlikely to evolve, they are more likely to grow even more set in their ways and be themselves. We see this all the time, if you take a money and put the monkey in a zoo, it’s still going to be a monkey, it’s still going to look for something to climb, it’s still going to look for something to swing on — if you bring a bird home, it’s not going to stop being a bird, it’s going to fly around and peck at stuff, it’s going to “tweet” and “chirp”, it’s never going to stop being a bird. You can bring a horse to water but you can’t make it drink; it’s going to look for some hay to gnaw or it’s going to giddyup — rarely does the change in circumstance change the mentality and this is the biggest lesson that we need to keep in mind whenever we hear about “evolution”.

Even if fools take logic out-of-context, this doesn’t change reality, it’s still going to catch-up with them πŸ’― :D

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  1. Nice oneπŸ˜„βœ¨

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    1. Haha thanks, good to see you as well sakshisoni βœŒοΈπŸ˜‚

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    2. sorry for responding so late πŸ’™ lol

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  2. Hmm.
    First of all, thank you for your post πŸ˜ƒ I brainstormed for 30 minutes on the things you said.
    Interesting perspective. Even I find it hard to believe that evolution built such a grand kingdom of organisms all by itself.
    However, judging based on the tiny time frame humans have kept animals in the zoo (evolution is taking place for more than a Billion years) is inaccurate.
    Picking from thousands of examples, I will add one example for you form 2015 biological research – Human bones are becoming weaker and weaker with evolution. Since we no longer need stronger bones to fight wild animals in the forest. And our genes are constantly changing. Evolution is a continuous process that never stopped. I agree that believing all of us happened due to evolution is incredibly hard (there might have been some other factor too).

    Here is an informative answer on how zoo animals have evolved in the very short period humans have observed them – https://qr.ae/pGhwCh
    Honestly, I find it surprising that zoo animals evolved in such a short period of observation. To see considerable change, we need to give at least a million years (looks smaller when viewed against the years we took to evolve.)

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    1. Hahaha thank you for your feedback and it is very cool to know that you have thought about what I said, and I really appreciate you giving me your examples and points of view.

      I really have to take the time to read that link lol, but I think we can afford to actually see for ourselves the “reality” of how animals actually grow and come into existence and how mutations occur just based on natural factors that are happening all around us.

      It is “evolution” that requires “time” to prove that the “evolutions” it claims are responsible for the diverse life that we see on earth, actually came to exist because of things taking place over long periods lol. They need to find a reason as to why there are no entirely new life-forms evolving from Animals and even humans NOW, and use this time explanation as a reason. They are making the claim that human genes are becoming “weaker” and “weaker” but I do not actually see any real difference in the capabilities of humans alive now, whether we are talking about tribes or modernized civilizations, compared to the “modern humans” that lived hundreds of years ago or even thousands of years ago in places like Ancient Egypt, Sumeria and the list goes on and on lol.

      The funny thing about humans becoming weaker is that it still is far from proving a case of a human evolving into an entirely different type of life xD. I do not see slight differentials in traits of animals belonging to the same species or within humans as “evolution”, especially if they do not serve a functional purpose and if the animal is still exactly the same animal doing exactly the same things. Show me a lion turning into a fish, or a horse “evolving” into a platypus and then we are getting somewhere haha

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      1. haha for lion turning into fish we need to wait at least the time it took for lion to evolve(because everything need to be redone no?). First life form appeared 3.77 billion years ago. So we gotta wait at least 3.77 billion years to see this. First human appeared only 1.4 million years ago.

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        1. Lol hopefully about 3 billion years from now there will be evolutionary records that have been stored from now until that time chronicling the evolutionary changes of a lion or other animals mutating into a completely different life forms, but I really don’t think that’s how it works bro hahaha

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      2. I understand that it is hard to believe, but in terms of evolution scale, humans have lived only 1 hour, while evolution happened for 105 days. I scaled down in hour and days for better realisation that humans are very young and have not seen even one day equivalent(in fact not even 2 hour) of evolution.

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        1. Hahaha I like know you put it. Thanks for scaling it down, I see where you are coming from with your take on the matter πŸ‘πŸ˜‚. Time will tell if evolutionist are finally going to be able to actually show literal mutations of animals turning into totally different types of species because as we both know, unlike billions of years ago, humans are actually around now to take note of the process, so there really is no excuse lol

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          1. True
            Whatever happens, humans will see. Thank you for bringing this topic up for us to discussπŸ˜ƒ
            Best!

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            1. Yes absolutely buddy πŸ˜‚.We have alot of people like you and myself paying attention, plus we have lots of Smartphones hahaha.

              You are welcome; I liked discussing this with you and was intrigued by your perspective. Have a great day man and be safe βœŒοΈπŸ˜„πŸ˜„

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