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Author Topic:   Asexual to bisexual reproduction? How?
Eledhan
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Message 1 of 2 (245146)
09-20-2005 11:04 AM


I'm just wondering how it's possible for any organism to make the change from asexual reproduction into bisexual reproduction if evolution is true? Can any evolutionist explain this to me? Heck, I'll even take a Creationists theory on how it could have happened if evolution is true. But first I'll show all the problems that must be overcome:

1) there must be a genetic mutation in the gene pool. (rare)

2) this mutation must be beneficial. (very rare. As a matter of fact, we've never seen it happen, and if we have, then why don't evolutionists show us beneficial mutations instead of nonbeneficial ones?)

3) This mutation would have to happen to more than one organism and the organisms would have to be the same species (or at least EXTREMELY similar). (this would be more rare than both of the first two put together and multiplied by two)

4) Both the organisms would have to have the same mutation. (also extremely rare, as a matter of fact, it probably never happens)

5) They would have to have this mutation at the same time. (extremely rare, as a matter of fact, it probably never happens)

6) They would need to have this mutation in the same place. Remember, we're talking about asexual reproductive organisms. These critters are usually one-celled little beasties. (extremely rare, as a matter of fact, it probably never happens)

7) These two organisms of the same species, with the same mutation occuring at the same time, same place, and the same mutation (which, by the way, you have to have two of the same mutations, and yet allow for male and female) all need to occur, and then these previously asexual organisms need a reason to mate with their only partner on the face of the planet (sex drive). (obsolutely impossible)

8) Then, this jury-rigged system must work the first time, because these little organisms lifespans are so short that they only have enough energy to mate once in their lives (I made this up, but it makes a little sense). So, if it doesn't work the first time, then all of these things must happen all over again. (Also absolutely impossible. Evolutionists will say, "Well, if there was enough time, then theoretically anything is possible." Folks, there will never be enough time for this sort of thing to happen. It is IMPOSSIBLE.)

There, I've said it. Now I would like to hear if my example is flawed in any way.

Have fun!


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09-20-2005 8:22 PM


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