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You guys - Darwin could have a point! Check this out!!!


I have never believed in Evolution. I still don't, but a couple days ago, I was at the local zoo, and saw this animal. I couldn't believe it - it looks just like the Darwin fish, doesn't it? It is called an Axolotl, a Mexican salamander that breathes underwater. What do you guys make of this???

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Lee John (traveleze) says

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    Yoleen Lucas (Say Yes To Life) 24 months ago

    Darwin has been to the Galapagos Islands - I haven't. So while I still don't believe in Evolution, I have to admit he as a point.


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    Yoleen Lucas (Say Yes To Life) 24 months ago

    I have recently begun to question the 7 day creation story myself. It has also slowly occurred to me that you can't have so many races from only 1 set of parents. Yet, since like produces like, I still can't believe in Evolution. Thx for your comment


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    Yoleen Lucas (Say Yes To Life) 24 months ago

    Yes it is interesting. Also, some creatures begin in water and walk on land, like frogs starting as tadpoles.


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    Yoleen Lucas (Say Yes To Life) 24 months ago

    RTB - the reason I don't believe in Evolution is because of the overwhelming evidence that like produces like. Even something as simple as skin color; sure, the sun can change it, but a coal-black person could never be lily-white, or vice versa.


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    Rod Marsden 24 months ago

    Yes there are Christians that believe in evolution and don't see it as a threat to their religious beliefs. This makes me think that there might really be something to Christianity.


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    Yoleen Lucas (Say Yes To Life) 24 months ago

    True, there are variations within any given species. Cats have amazing variety; you almost can't tell what their offspring will look like. Yet, cats only give birth to cats; same with people. Horses and donkeys produce mules, but they're sterile.


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P J G (coolnamebob) says

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    Yoleen Lucas (Say Yes To Life) 24 months ago

    I looked up "Theistic Evolution". This is interesting! It could be God created a few species of animals, along with the first humans; that could explain how all those animals fit on Noah's ark!


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    Yoleen Lucas (Say Yes To Life) 24 months ago

    Various species have different particular traits. We all heal from wounds, but the Axolotl can regrow severed limbs; most animals can't. That's why I don't believe in Evolution.


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    Yoleen Lucas (Say Yes To Life) 24 months ago

    I agree with you. Like still produces like, though creatures - plants as well as animals - can adapt to their environment.


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