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Show me ONE scientific fact that supports the theory of evolution.

Here is the definition of a fact.


 
 
 
Definition of fact

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:  the quality of being actual :  actuality a question of fact hinges on evidence
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a :  something that has actual existence space exploration is now a fact
b :  an actual occurrence prove the fact of damage
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:  a piece of information presented as having objective reality These are the hard facts of the case.
in fact
:  in truth He looks younger, but in fact, he is 60 years old.

Now, let's see if anyone can present any of these so-called facts.

Can't think of any.

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2 points

Given that the term "scientific fact" is an oxymoron, I'd imagine it'd be pretty difficult to come up with one that supports Darwinian Evolution.

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Not true. It is a scientific fact that objects that are heavier than air fall when dropped in a gravity well. There are many more observable facts.

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LichPotato(292) Disputed
2 points

Science is the development of explanations for observed phenomena (hypotheses), and the testing of said explanations for their validity. As such, it is incapable of irrefutably proving a claim. Thus, the term "scientific fact" is an oxymoron.

Observable "facts" and science are not equivalent. The former are observed phenomena (hence the term), while the latter is an explanation for the former.

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There are no proofs of Evolution. It's a theory monopolized by the Secular part of the West and pushed at all costs. Now they have to cover up, and slide all things that counter it or make it look stupid under the rug. Darwinism has become a cult.

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So then the Theory of Evolution says that a species will continue to evolve to meet it surroundings. Then tell me why a species evolved into a human that had to kill other apes and animals to take the fur to protect themselves from the elements when they had that to start with ?

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In reality, there are absolutely no scientific facts to support the theory of evolution. Try to prove me wrong.

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Antrim(804) Disputed
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Coccyx.

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Are you talking about the myth that this proves that humans once had tails? For your information the coccyx is essential for our ability to remain upright. Take a look at how many muscles are attached to it, including the stomach muscles. Without it, we could not stand upright. You also wouldn't be able to take a shit without it.

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I want in on this.............................................................................................................

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Someone drew a picture of a rabbit squirrel turning into a cow?

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seanB(276) Disputed
1 point

What evolutionary biologist makes the claim that a rabbit squirrel turns into a cow?

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Supporting Evidence: Whale evolution chart (scottythinks.files.wordpress.com)
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There are transitional fossils that show species changing over time into different species.

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And here is how Cartman's claim goes in real life OP.....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zio1ttlDjlM&t;=241s

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Cartman(17688) Disputed Banned
1 point

You have already admitted that whales don't disprove evolution, they just are too much for you to understand.

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Bwahahahahhahahaah! Indeed... (devil horns pop out of Bronto's head) setup, Bronto, goes in...

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outlaw60(7856) Clarified
1 point

Good thing fossils produce fuel ! What would California do without fossil fuel SouthPark ?

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Making the claim that some species evolved from others, because they are similar is not science. It is supposition. Nothing more.

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Cartman(17688) Disputed Banned
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But, the alternative is way more ridiculous. All of the species that are similar to each other existed at the same time, but only formed fossils in an order that leads to the transition from one to the other.

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That would be like asking a blind man what he thinks of that beautiful sunset. I have never seen one "fact" of ANY kind that PROVES a god exists. So, you believe what you think, I'll believe what I wish to believe. We'll have no problem as long as you don't expect me to live by your rules ... meaning don't try to make LAWS that are against the separation of church and state.

People believe in Santa Claus, I have no problem with that, I remember when I did. Santa only ASKED that we be good, he never forced anything on us, he never was the cause of hate, or a war, there was never a fight about whether he was Santa or St. Nicholas. The religious have fought about their "no facts god" for centuries. I don't believe in Santa any more, but if I did, that's the kind of "god" I could follow, not one that evokes hate because he left nothing but confusion for his "supporters". The theory of evolution causes no wars, the theory of a god always has.

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We haven't seen any evidence that a magical nothing can create a magical something. Got any proof?

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0 points

Separation of Church and State? Where was that mentioned in the Constitution? All it says is that Congress shall pass no law concerning religion. That's all it says. So, where is the separation of Church and State mentioned?

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AlofRI(1373) Clarified
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You gave the answer to your own question. Had EVERY point needed to be spelled out for those who can't understand what something MEANS, the Constitution would have had to be a larger BOOK, not a few pages or a pamphlet. The INTENTION of that sentence was further clarified (You know, "clarified"? That which every word spoken by THIS President has to go through, either within the hour or certainly by the next press conference!) Anyway, the man known as "The Father of our Constitution" James Madison, explained it this way for those with little understanding.

"The purpose of the separation of church and state" (certainly showing intent), "is to keep, forever from these shores, the ceaseless strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood for centuries."

Today, he would probably include places like the middle east where religions "soak the soil" in blood, and have for centuries! Religion and politics mix like oil and water, THEY knew this from their own experience with The Church of England, the Vatican and other religious groups! You can NOT have a free country under ANY religious rule! Never has happened, never will!

Another founding father saw religion as to dangerous to rule when he said: "We discover, in the Gospels, a groundwork of vulgar ignorance, of things impossible, of superstition, fanaticism and fabrication." [Thomas Jefferson], Obviously, (to those of us who have the freedom to understand .... unencumbered by a religion), few of the founding fathers wanted that kind of influence in the government after what they had gone through in Europe and Britain. Capeesh?? (Pardon my Italian spelling).

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1 point

Fossils.

Supporting Evidence: Early Theories of Evolution (anthro.palomar.edu)
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I didn't ask for a freakin website. I asked for facts. Show me one. Just one.

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negligent(183) Disputed
2 points

Too lazy to read all the facts on the website? Plus I did give you a fact. FOSSILS!!!

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Sheesh, mates. When does this nonsense end? Just what this sodding site needs..Another creationist wanker with his noggin so far up his arse he can't see all the countless facts of evolution.

OK..You asked for one?

Too easy.

I'll bloody give you fifteen. And then give you more when you ask.

But please read the link. Nothing worse than a good who asks for facts then doesn't read the freaking link.

Cheers.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/15-answers-to-creationist/

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1 point

The site didn't make any sense, and then it led me to Cartman's child pornography...

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Cartman(17688) Disputed Banned
1 point

You going to child pornography is your own doing. Pervert.

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Those blood vessels in "dinosaur" bones are proving problematic for darwinists. You are scrambling for your dogmatic lives.

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There was not a single shred of scientific evidence in what you posted. Only arguments about others claims that were not backed up by any scientific data. Is that the best you can do? It's laughable.

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Arsenal(147) Disputed
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Jesus H Christ on a popsicle stick....You're hopeless. That article had tons of facts. Do you not even know that in science a theory is comprised of proven facts? Look it up. And how the word is different in science than when you use it in normal conversation.

Meanwhile, I gave you fifteen. Now here are five more. If you cannot grasp these, then your lack of science knowledge is do poor that you're not worth arguing with.

Did you get dropped alot as a child?

http://evolutionfaq.com/articles/five-proofs-evolution

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Hello B:

Antibiotics kill bacteria.. You probably take them under your doctors orders.. I suspect you can't connect antibiotics with evolution, but I can't help that.

excon

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Arsenal(147) Clarified
1 point

Actually he very fact that both viruses and bacteria mutate and evolve are current day very visible examples of the evolutionary process. All things in nature either adapt and evolve or they perish.

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Not really. Changing from a bacteria into... a bacteria isn't Darwinian Theory. Wasps (trapped in amber) didn't evolve over "hundreds of millions of years".

Supporting Evidence: Wasp in amber (ykonline.yksd.com)
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Uh huh. Having dwarfism is a mutation. Then... the kids and/or grandkids aren't dwarves.

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Bacteria do not evolve. The reason they become resistant is because they have lost the ability to ingest whatever worked on them before. So, it's actually devolution. They have, literally, lost the abilty to do something that they could do before. That is NOT evolution.

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Survival of the fittest isn't darwinism. If we had 40 people, 20 black and twenty white, and all twenty whites died, people from now on would be black... and there would still be no "non-people".

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Ah, who else might it be for that pathetic "Give me ONE" series.

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JatinNagpal(2567) Disputed Banned
1 point

But still, if you think you can dare to understand things this time,

Mutation.

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People born with a missing arm, dwarfism, etc have a family tree full of normal people.

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There are many. Even those that don't believe in evolution (almost exclusively those with religioue motives?) could tell you a handful of facts that support it. It is a matter of knowledge.

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So show them to us. I'll show you "dinosaur bones" with blood vessels still in them.

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Atrag(4738) Disputed
1 point

Read a biology high school textbook from any country that isnt hardcore Christian.

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Mr_Bombastic(132) Clarified
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Are you referring to those fossils that still had soft tissue in them? LOL! Some of the excuses atheists come up with to dispute that. It's hilarious! My favourite is when they say that Iron in the blood preserved them for all those MILLIONS of years. Like, anyone with a brain is going to believe that. The simple fact remains that soft tissue cannot last for millions of years. It's a scientific impossibility.

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Hello:

Ok, I got another one... The BEDROCK of biology is evolution. The CORNERSTONE of medicine is biology.. You probably seek medical help now and then.. Did you know that it's evolution at work?

excon

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LichPotato(292) Disputed
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I wasn't aware that Darwinian Evolution is a prerequisite to the science of biology itself. I guess Vesalius, Hooke, and everyone who came after just sat around, twiddling their thumbs, until Darwin came along.

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NowASaint(1000) Disputed
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Belief in evolution is required for absolutely no scientific endeavor, it is completely useless and unnecessary for biology and is counter-productive to advancement of science as it teaches students and proponents to waste so much time trying to twist interpretation of data to fit belief in evolution.

Evolutionary belief often calls for a halt of scientific inquiry by declaring things such as "junk DNA or "vestigial traits" to be "proofs" of evolution. Thankfully, groups of scientists both atheistic/evolutionary and theistic and even born-again Bible believing Christians worked together studying what was so long called "junk DNA" and began to get some understanding of the function of what the mainstream educational system preferred to be ignorant of once they declared "junk DNA" proves evolution.

Evolution is anti-scientific as it is a philosophical/religious belief system which is not supported by real science but rather is contradicted in all points by real science.

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The BEDROCK of biology is evolution

Biology is vast and independent of darwinism.

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The CORNERSTONE of medicine is biology

Bacteria adaptations are simply the survival of the fittest, not darwinism. In tests of this nature, the original bacteria that was killed off comes back and becomes the survivor. That's a full proof that it isn't darwinism. It's a species variation, like short vs tall people. If only tall people could survive an environment, the only survivors would be tall. But short people would come back and in another environment condusive to being short, only short people would survive. Still humans in both cases.

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https://futurism.com/three-main-pieces-of-evidence-supporting-evolution/

Plus pretty much every scrap of evidence about evolution is already 10 fold more convincing than the myths retold by Bronze Age cultures about a superdude with magic powers.

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Let me ask this, more for curiosity. What is the purpose of the Appendix, the wisdom tooth, the tail bone and any other vestiges in human anatomy? Why would a completely flightless bird have wings?

They are part of the body we no longer use, we have evolved beyond their original purpose. Or do you have another idea on that.

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It never happened in the first place? *

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There are no such things as vestigial organs. Just like there is no junk DNA. These are lies, promoted by those who are trying to shore up a hopeless 'theory'. But since you asked, I'll answer one of those. The appendix plays an important role in digestion. If someone has a high fever, it can kill off the bacteria in their digestive tract. The appendix has a back-up supply of these bacteria, that is released once the fever has passed. There you go. You learned something new today.

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Mint_tea(1459) Disputed
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There are no such things as vestigial organs. Just like there is no junk DNA. These are lies, promoted by those who are trying to shore up a hopeless 'theory

That right there tells me all I need to know about you.

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How's the multi account thing going on there Cartman? Not very well? Well, that's too bad.

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