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Message 124 of 220 (661885)
05-10-2012 7:00 PM
Reply to: Message 122 by ScottyDouglas
05-10-2012 6:09 PM

Does Giants-put a frown on evolution?It would be signifiant?Im in this thread.This is my last post here.Im new and all that.But answer this honestly.No evidence or facts just the answer.If Giants exist I mean 10 to 30 feet tall is that a signifiant piece of facts for evolution?
While "giants" between 10-30' in height have not been found (and are unlikely to; the musculature and skeleton required for a 30' tall biped would differ significantly, I think, from what we see in humans and other primates), we have found "hobbits." The existence of the "shire folk" didn't shake the Theory of Evolution - they're merely hypothesized to be our evolutionary cousins.
Now, if you find a Pegasus, or a Chimaera, we might have something that doesn;t fit with the ToE.

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