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Author Topic:   Evolution/design of human teeth
Jon
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Message 3 of 58 (640801)
11-13-2011 11:45 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by frako
11-12-2011 2:56 PM


From an evolutionary standpoint our teeth design make no sense they are verry prone to infection, caries and loads of other stuff and i cant see myself as a caveman with a tooth infection wanting to go and hunt mammoths and father children so why has this problem not been rooted out by natural selection.

How did you get your tooth infection?

What kinds of foods do you eat?

Jon


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Jon
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Message 7 of 58 (640810)
11-13-2011 12:59 PM
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11-13-2011 12:41 PM


I think if we combine this with what Coyote said in the message above, it becomes pretty clear that your tooth ache is not the fault of evolution.

Natural selection was working just fine until you had to go and be all unnatural on it.

Be glad you've got a decent health program. I actually have a cavity on my gum line and no insurance to get it fixed.

Jon


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