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Message 99 of 450 (570228)
07-26-2010 10:57 AM
Reply to: Message 87 by Big_Al35
07-26-2010 9:37 AM

Re: Complexity of an organism
Big_All35 writes:

Modern apes could equally argue that they evolved from human-like creatures.

If modern-day apes could argue at all, then they could argue that they evolved from human-like creatures - but they'd be wrong. Evolution doesn't have a direction but history does. We can figure out the order that events happened.

Life is like a Hot Wheels car. Sometimes it goes behind the couch and you can't find it.

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