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Isn't evolution just a theory that remains unproven?


 

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    Tony McGregor (tonymac04) 4 years ago

    Evolution IS a theory - but theory in scientific terms which means an explanatory framework with which to understand what is observed under properly controlled conditions. And there has been plenty of support for the theory.


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    Gener Geminiano (GeneralHowitzer) 4 years ago

    The title alone will imply that the Darwinian evolution is a theory. & will forever be a theory and an imagination bec. you will need an observer for the duration of millions of years to prove the validity of this theory using scientific method.

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    Gener Geminiano (GeneralHowitzer) 4 years ago

    There are no fossil records that could directly link humans with apes... Same with the branching out thing that you said... Proofs will make things facts and that makes a lot of sense...


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    Attikos 4 years ago

    Depends on how it's intended. Responses hinging on the terms of anthropology don't fit in this category, but if the question has a sociopolitical purpose then it's in the right place.