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Anonymous 16/03/09(Wed)08:23 No. 12458 ID: 3ee603
12458

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Did Darwin answer the question of what the meaning of life is?


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Anonymous 16/11/26(Sat)10:13 No. 12727 ID: 57a468

>>12698
> Basement dwelling atheists that watch way too much sci-fi movies
> Ancient Aliens conspiracy crap.
Pick one.


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Anonymous 16/11/28(Mon)07:49 No. 12728 ID: a6be23

From a purely biological standpoint if you are a nihilist.


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Anonymous 16/11/28(Mon)19:27 No. 12733 ID: 7cf7bd
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>>12727

Butthurt euphoric fedora spotted. Go and make a tinfoil hat, manchild. The aliens are coming, lol.


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Anonymous 16/11/30(Wed)02:04 No. 12735 ID: 44a931

>>12490
Intentionally bothering with traits within animals (and plants) is called artificial selection. Natural selection is just the proposed idea that animals most tuned in with their environment will most likely survive, and will shape the future of the species as a whole. The bear in water thing is pretty stupid, however, and such big changes in a species seems too silly to be possible.


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Anonymous 16/12/13(Tue)03:32 No. 12748 ID: 7cf7bd
12748

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>>12735

http://www.colorado.edu/today/2015/08/05/natural-selection-can-impede-formation-new-species
>"This is one of the best demonstrations we know of regarding the counteractive effects of natural selection on speciation,” said Flaxman of CU-Boulder’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, second author on the new study. “We show how the brown population essentially carries genes back and forth between the green populations, acting as a genetic bridge that causes a slowdown in divergence.”

You're stuck in your self-perpetuating fedora tipping logic. Darwins ideas are just as dead as he is.


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Anonymous 16/12/16(Fri)16:30 No. 12751 ID: f5c439

While I don't think that he did, I do like the idea of our purpose being to continue developing and bettering ourselves one generation at a time whether that be physically, mentally, socially or however.


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Anonymous 16/12/16(Fri)20:54 No. 12753 ID: 28edad

>>12748
every time i see people using less than a century of research to disprove evolution i feel more sorry for humanity as a whole.

just because your limited perspective doesn't allow you to see the long term effects of environmental change and migration on a species doesn't mean evolution isn't happening.

the world was not made in seven days; the quasi-christian posit that it's only about 5000 years old makes no sense by either christian theology or science.

Natural selection takes centuries.


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Anonymous 16/12/17(Sat)01:33 No. 12754 ID: 7cf7bd
12754

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>>12753

http://www.phys.org/news/2015-02-scientists-hasnt-evolved-billion-years.html
>Scientists discover organism that hasn't evolved in more than 2 billion years

Keep on clinging to your fedora and your outdated, autistic 17th century neckbeard idol, keyboard warrior.


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Anonymous 16/12/17(Sat)12:04 No. 12755 ID: e41ff4

>>12753
You really have to hand it to people who are so oblivious that they take an active role in demonstrating that people with low IQs are drawn to conservative ideologies.


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Anonymous 17/01/08(Sun)03:58 No. 12784 ID: eb915c
12784

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>>12754


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Anonymous 17/01/19(Thu)17:38 No. 12792 ID: 1dd666

>>12784

Truly euphoric.

*tips fedora*


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Anonymous 17/01/22(Sun)23:38 No. 12798 ID: eb915c

>>12792

Fedora tippers are hilarious. All they do is regurgitate whatever some old conspiracy nut like Dawkins writes. How can anyone take him seriously? Aliens, lol.


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Anonymous 17/01/31(Tue)23:46 No. 12806 ID: 7cf7bd

>>12798

This thread pretty much proves that evolution as a theory is so flawed it is laughable. Darwins idea have zero credibility.


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Anonymous 17/02/01(Wed)20:07 No. 12807 ID: eb915c

>>12806

I'll say it again..fedora tippers just repeat whatever they read on Wikipedia or what some clown like Dawkins write.


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Anonymous 17/02/02(Thu)03:53 No. 12808 ID: eb915c
12808

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http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/_0/endosymbiosis_03
>Virtually all the life we see each day — including plants and animals — belongs to the third domain, Eukaryota. Eukaryotic cells are more complex than prokaryotes, and the DNA is linear and found within a nucleus. Eukaryotic cells boast their own personal "power plants", called mitochondria.

http://www.cell.com/current-biology/fulltext/S0960-9822(16)30263-9
>A Eukaryote without a Mitochondrial Organelle


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Anonymous 17/02/04(Sat)17:29 No. 12809 ID: f88b20

>>12459
read out "recessive alleles"
fucking retard


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Anonymous 17/02/04(Sat)20:28 No. 12810 ID: eb915c
12810

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>>12809

Why so mad? Are you too euphoric? Genetic mutation =/= natural selection


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Anonymous 17/02/04(Sat)23:27 No. 12811 ID: 7cf7bd

>>12810

Ignore the fedora autist. He's just tipping his headgear as quickly as possible in order to counter his cognitive dissonance. The fact that Darwin was wrong from the very beginning hurt his feelings and now he's going to 420 blaze it so he can forget about the tears he shed.

"Natural selection" is so moronic it's funny.


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Anonymous 17/02/23(Thu)21:53 No. 12836 ID: eb915c
12836

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>>12811

His theory is so flawed it's comical. It's a haphazardly constructed fairy tale for euphoric neckbeards.


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Anonymous 17/03/16(Thu)08:24 No. 12853 ID: 7cf7bd

>>12836

https://www.wits.ac.za/news/latest-news/general-news/2014/2014-08/taung-childs-skull-not-human-like.html
>Taung Child's skull not human-like

Don't forget how inconclusive the fossil "evidence" is. Most fedora neckbeards have no idea how retarded Darwin was.


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Anonymous 17/03/16(Thu)20:18 No. 12854 ID: eb915c
12854

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>>12853

>not human

Darwin...forever a dunce.


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Anonymous 17/03/17(Fri)01:11 No. 12855 ID: c7c493
12855

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Nooooo


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Anonymous 17/03/17(Fri)01:12 No. 12856 ID: c7c493

And the meaning of life is 102


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Anonymous 17/03/26(Sun)14:27 No. 12867 ID: 7cf7bd

>>12854

Yeah. His ideas are far from believable and poorly substantiated. Like how the so called "Java Man" was supposed to prove that humans come from monkeys when in reality it was an extinct ape. The fossil called Java Man was the femur of a modern man along with the skull cap of an unrelated species. When this was discovered 100 years ago, the man claiming ownership, Dubois, then hid the bones under his porch for decades and
refused to confess his crime.


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Anonymous 17/04/04(Tue)01:18 No. 12879 ID: 946ad3

Darwinism is a realism, people seem to forget.
Also, no. Darwinism presupposes a theory of meaning, which is not grounded, and quite probably cannot be grounded. If you mean meaning in the gay sense of bigger meaning, then no, it's a regress question, that lay outside the limits of possible knowledge, which is not a skepticism but an agnosticism, which is necessary.


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Anonymous 17/04/08(Sat)20:12 No. 12891 ID: eb915c
12891

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>>12505
>>12510
>>12512
>>12514
>>12525
>>12530
>>12554
>>12559
 
>something went wrong (blank response) 

lol, the retard deleted his posts. Typical fedora tipper.


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Anonymous 17/04/13(Thu)08:33 No. 12894 ID: 7cf7bd

>>12891

He realized how dumb he really is.


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Anonymous 17/04/19(Wed)20:23 No. 12907 ID: eb915c
12907

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>>12894

He's a manchild. He loses the argument and deletes his posts (maximum damage control). Your average atheist in a nutshell.


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Anonymous 17/04/25(Tue)20:51 No. 12914 ID: 1d10b2

>>12891
Deleting an entire series of posts...on an anonymous imageboard?

That has to be one of the saddest things I have ever heard of; not that this is the first time I have ever heard of this particular thing.

How butthurt can you be that you try to salvage the reputation of a non-existent identity by erasing its history?

sage, because unimportant.


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Anonymous 17/05/04(Thu)08:28 No. 12919 ID: 7cf7bd

>>12907

Well, most atheists are basement dwelling manchildren that watch anime so that's not too shocking.


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Anonymous 17/05/09(Tue)21:25 No. 12925 ID: eb915c
12925

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>>12919


>basement dwelling manchildren that watch anime

Opinionated Wikipedia readers that repeat whatever they read online.


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Anonymous 17/05/11(Thu)23:50 No. 12928 ID: 1e262e

>>12919
And all religious people are complete morons who willingly allow themselves to be controlled by entities that manipulate world governments so they don't have to pay taxes and can wage wars when and where they please, several of which have entirely convinced its followers that cutting off pieces of your baby's genitals makes them better.

What's your point?


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Anonymous 17/05/12(Fri)16:17 No. 12929 ID: 3722aa

>>12919
>>12925

What is more frightening about atheists believing in alien civilizations is the fact that they seriously believe that all humans come from Africa.

There is no real evidence for the claim that the mitochondrial Eve originated in Africa. That's just an assumption and basically a bedtime story that they use to comfort themselves.


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Anonymous 17/05/15(Mon)21:45 No. 12935 ID: eb915c
12935

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>>12929

It is kind of hilarious how they always use circular logic. If bacteria evolves, "natural selection" is proven right. If it doesn't evolve, "natural selection" is proven right.

It's like talking to someone that is legitimately retarded.


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Anonymous 17/05/18(Thu)02:21 No. 12936 ID: cfee17

>>12935
That's like saying "If one plus one equals two, then math is right, and if one plus two equals three, than math is also right."

Evolution isn't a theory, it's simple fact at this point. The only alternative is A WIZARD DID IT! which solves nothing and accomplishes nothing. The reason why science exists is because it can be applied to improve the lives of people. An understanding of quantum mechanics made GPS possible; if they had just assumed that the speed of light was infinite because "God made it so", we wouldn't have GPS.

Religious beliefs, by comparison, are useless.


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Anonymous 17/05/18(Thu)08:09 No. 12937 ID: eb915c

>>12936

>simple fact

Nope. You obviously haven't read the thread. It's so flawed it makes me snicker. You just choose to ignore when it is contradicted.

Stay angry, fedora lord.


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Anonymous 17/05/22(Mon)23:52 No. 12940 ID: 32c8ba

No it was Anaximander


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Anonymous 17/05/24(Wed)14:36 No. 12943 ID: ca3ad7

>>12937
You obviously haven't read anything. You just listen to what other people tell you to think. Science is empirical: anyone can go outside and test it for themselves and the reality will bear itself out.

But you would rather sit inside with your curtains drawn, sitting in a pile of your own shit and garbage, clutching your ancient book of bullshit, believing with smug satisfaction that you're already correct.


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Anonymous 17/05/24(Wed)20:40 No. 12946 ID: eb915c

>>12943

Time to put on your hat and tip it, my neckbeard friend. Why not watch some anime and play some video games while you're at it?


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Anonymous 17/05/24(Wed)21:52 No. 12947 ID: 7cf7bd
12947

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>>12946

https://www.phys.org/news/2017-05-scientists-million-year-old-pre-human-balkans.html
>"While great apes typically have two or three separate and diverging roots, the roots of "Graecopithecus" converge and are partially fused - a feature that is characteristic of modern humans, early humans and several pre-humans including"Ardipithecus" and "Australopithecus""

The Taung child is a so called "Australopithecus" and it's not human at all. Yet another dead ape they claim is human. It's funny how they grasp at straws.


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Anonymous 17/05/25(Thu)19:50 No. 12950 ID: eb915c

>>12947

That's modern anthropology: inconsistent drivel.


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Anonymous 17/05/30(Tue)20:19 No. 12964 ID: 7cf7bd

>>12950

Couldn't agree more. There are so many flaws in the anthropological "evidence". It's painfully obvious but fedora tippers suffer from confirmation bias so they just willfully ignore it, like the manchildren they are.


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Anonymous 17/06/04(Sun)22:48 No. 12969 ID: 0c0342

>>12947
Its amazing what people will come up when they're grasping at straws trying to fit a predefined explanation that doesn't match the evidence.

Graecopithecus has been championed by a deeply religious white supremacist whose claims have been repeatedly discredited over the years. This latest paper is following the same track as his earlier claims and will likely suffer the same ignominious fate.

Yet keep grasping at straws guys, you're totally not looking desperate and ignorant of the scientific method.


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Anonymous 17/06/05(Mon)06:14 No. 12971 ID: eb915c

>>12964

The fossil record is so flawed and still fedora lords try to convince themselves that it is scientifically valid. They rely on conjectures and assumptions.

That's basically all they got. Sad but true.


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Anonymous 17/06/05(Mon)15:42 No. 12972 ID: e0157c

No. He only found out hoe life came to be and adapt to its surroundings.


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Anonymous 17/06/05(Mon)18:03 No. 12973 ID: eb915c

>>12972

He didn't. He thought that bears could turn into whales by simply being in an aquatic environment and it is laughable. His whole theory is retarded.


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Anonymous 17/06/08(Thu)07:39 No. 12976 ID: 24fc38

>>12973
Better than the Bible btw


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Anonymous 17/06/23(Fri)08:57 No. 12984 ID: 2b7151

>>12973

This thread proves how inconsistent fedora tippers are. It also shows how poor and feeble Darwins theory is. It's hilarious to see how little they actually know about Darwins kindergarten tier theory and how flawed it really is.


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sage 17/06/23(Fri)09:54 No. 12985 ID: 913c4a

This thread shows how the trolls from olgino spend their free time.


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Anonymous 17/06/23(Fri)10:08 No. 12986 ID: 2b7151

>>12985

>Darwins theory is poorly substantiated
>Several flaws are pointed out in the thread
>Call it "trolling" because you suffer from confirmation bias and ignore any evidence that contradict your precious fedora tipping delusion

Neckbeard spotted.



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