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Author Topic:   Psuedogenes are good for Creationism!
Lammy
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Message 31 of 33 (102859)
04-26-2004 4:53 PM
Reply to: Message 14 by desdamona
04-21-2004 3:31 AM


Re: spiders
desdamona writes:

so you are saying that only two kinds of taratulas entered the ark?
Wow,I did not know you could be there.
learning new stuff all the time.
If you could ever find faith in God,maybe some of your
questions would be answered?
It's worth a try.
So which science teachers are telling the truth and which ones,
are liars?

I am an invert hobbyist. That means that I collect tarantulas and scorpions. In other words, I know a lot of these stuff.

There are currently over 2,000 different tarantula species that we know of, let alone the ones that we do not know exist. I happen to know first hand that it is the hardest thing to take care of 20 tarantulas so that they don't die. I really can't imagine anyone being able to care for 4,000 individual tarantulas for 40 days. Some species are just too sensitive to stay alive that long.


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Loudmouth
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Message 32 of 33 (102864)
04-26-2004 5:03 PM
Reply to: Message 30 by Lammy
04-26-2004 4:50 PM


Re: Doesn't smell right.
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Until someone actually find any animal out there that can live longer than human beings...

Off topic, but 0.50 caliber slugs dating back to around the mid 1800's and obsidian arrowheads have been found embedded in the shells of aligator turtles found in the southeast. The grow about 1 lb per year, and some are over 200 lbs (90 kilos for our enlightened metric users).

As far as being the best, we are still at the mercy of microorganisms. Our lives can be lengthened or shortened by their influence, not to mention that just the bacteria on and in my body outnumber humans by many orders of magnitude. In fact, the outnumber my human cells by a ratio of at least 1:100. So much for being the best.


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Lammy
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Message 33 of 33 (102866)
04-26-2004 5:06 PM
Reply to: Message 32 by Loudmouth
04-26-2004 5:03 PM


Re: Doesn't smell right.
Loudmouth writes:

As far as being the best, we are still at the mercy of microorganisms.

Nowhere have I said that we are the best. About the living longest thing, I said among mammals. Read my previous posts again, I said we live the longest among mammals. Bacteria are not considered mammals. Heck, they're not even considered animal.


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