• Fossil records support the model of evolution. However, if you want to find direct proof of evolution, we have that in modern biology as direct recorded observation. For example, SARS-CoV-2 has mutated from one subspecies to several dozens of subspecies of virus just in the past year, and the more apt to survive subspecies have flourished whilst the less apt have withered. Another direct example is MRSA, which is staph bacteria evolved to resist antibiotics. Even human beings have evolved since the advent of modern data collection in that we have bigger eyes and fewer teeth than we once did, on average.
  • Not necessarily. They could have come from parts of other worlds, compacted into a black hole and then distributed during the explosion of the big bang. Just a theory, of course, like evolution being where humans came from. Another theory could be that aliens mated with apes and produced humans, or the lizard people as some people call us, I mean them. hahaha!
  • Do fossils prove evolution? Or just that the species existed? It really depends on which side of the fence you are on doesn't it? "Or just that the species existed" is where I stand. There are just to many questions about the fossil record to prove evolution for me. Evolution | Definition, History, Types, & Examples - Britannica › evolution, theory in biology postulating that the various types of plants, animals, and other living things on Earth have their origin in other preexisting types and that the distinguishable differences are due to modifications in successive generations. Jun 28, 2023. By this definition, everything comes from the thing before. In a broad sense, that might answer most of the questions about the evolutionary record, But, if you look at such thing as the organized way the universe moves though space. Could this be an accident? Then look at life on our earth. Each animal species has its own DNA, Could the way DNA works, again be an accident? Then there are two types of DNA, one from our fathers and one completely different from our mothers, which is only passed on from mothers to daughters. This is the "mitochondrial DNA" What's interesting about these types of DNA is that, "Secular geneticists believe that modern humans can trace their male genetic ancestry back to a single man and their female genetic ancestry back to a single woman. Also Two new studies suggest that female "mitochondrial Eve" lived at roughly the same time as "Y-chromosome Adam." [Does 'Y-chromosome Adam' Refute Genesis? BY NATHANIEL T. JEANSON, PH.D.] I feel that most people want answers about where we came from and what is life about. But then don't want to acknowledge that there is a God and he created life. Here is a link to a brochure "The origin of life-Five questions worth asking. I hope you find it interesting.

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