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08-28-2010 2:32 PM


This thread is based on the assumption that ToE is true.
Any perceived flaws in the system we will assume is the fault of Evolution.
Please save your comments about an imperfect Intelligent Designer for a different thread.
Their are 206 bones in the adult skeletal system.
Their are 360 joints and more than 650 muscles.
Lets start out here by asking the simplest of questions.
How did Evolution create the more than 1200 bones,
joints and muscles and manage to put them all in just
the right position performing the exact needed functions?
For example:
There are 5 basic types of joints: ball-in-socket, hinge, gliding, pivoting, and fixed.
Each type is specifically appropriate for its particular motions.
How did Evolution manage to put the correct joint in the appropriate position?

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