Science and Technology : The System of Darwin

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  1. UBNaturally

    UBNaturally Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Big Bang Fish vs. Big Bang Ape

    Always have been curious as to if we have come to a "Scientific" conclusion, or at least a common consensus as to the connection(s) between mankind, apes, monkeys, amphibians, and fish?

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    If so, what is it and how does the "Scientific Community" come to conclude the connections relative to the theories of evolution and certain creations morphing into other creations over a period of time?

    I can see how both "fish" and "ape" could be connected by way of the observation of "similar" characteristics, but this is where the door opens and closes for my own attempt to idealize the morphing phenomena.

    1. Is there agreement to the ape connection?
    2. Is there agreement to the fish connection?
    3. Is there agreement to the morphing phenomena?
    4. How does the "morphing phenomena" occur to create new species of life, if so?
    5. Is man still "morphing"?
    6. What will man "morph" into next, if so?​

    Other images (scientific evidence or artificial designs?)

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    This is for the "scientists" and those that are familiar with this data and or research





    Respect
     
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolution

    Most of these images seem to have been passed around quite a bit among people who are into Crypto-zoology, but that's not science. The theory of evolution explains the connection between humans, amphibians, and fish.

    No clue why "Big Bang" is in the title.
     
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    Just to reiterate the questions for those that care to read and respond to them:

    1. Is there agreement to the ape connection?
    2. Is there agreement to the fish connection?
    3. Is there agreement to the morphing phenomena?
    4. How does the "morphing phenomena" occur to create new species of life, if so?
    5. Is man still "morphing"?
    6. What will man "morph" into next, if so?
    Start with one and make it simple if too much
     
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    Good to see you posting-up on this, it was bound to draw your attention. :)

    Here's something interesting:

    423-Million-Year-Old Fish Was Once Earth's Largest Vertebrate

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    423-Million-Year-Old Fish Was Once Earth's Largest Vertebrate

    In the sea of the Late Silurian, the Megamastax amblyodus consumes the jawless armored fish Dunyu longiforus


    Scientists have unearthed a fossilized fish that was once the biggest vertebrate of its day.

    The predatory sea creature, dubbed Megamastax amblyodus, which means "big mouth, blunt teeth," prowled the oceans about 423 million years ago and used its flat teeth for crushing the shells of its slow-moving, hard-shelled prey.

    http://news.yahoo.com/423-million-old-fish-once-earths-largest-vertebrate-144946272.html

    You may already be familiar, if so, disregard.


     
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    Never heard of this one. Devonian sea-life was something else. Thanks for sharing.
     
  6. UBNaturally

    UBNaturally Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Ok... man "morphed" from fish

    Now that we have a few that added their ideas, let's get a few more and what they think about this.
     
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    Not a problem, no, not at all ...



     
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    Enki The Evolved Amphibian STAFF

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    I don't know if you've heard of the guy, but he need to be teaching...His name is Aron-Ra


    We are genetic similar to apes which confirms morphological similarity rather conclusively. Darwin predicted over a100 years ago, and he knew nothing about DNA. He accurately predicted that 98/99% (I think) of our DNA is genetically similar to apes. This explains why we and apes have such social, behavioral, sexual, developmental, intellectual, and physical resemblance to a chimp. So we are different species of the same literal family, in every respect, we are nearly identical.

    BTW, I must agree with brutha Gorilla abut the title, it's misleading.

    Peace!

     
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    They are finding more and more of these species that died out long ago. The found a prehistoric shark nursery at a Ill. nuke plant.
    http://news.discovery.com/animals/s...sery-found-at-illinois-nuke-plant-1401071.htm

    Peace!
     
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