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The points I was going to make have been laid out pretty accurately about how this video has flaws and how evolution is very firmly implanted in the scientific community. I'd also like to add that refuting evolution, in a scientific viewpoint, is akin to refuting gravity. Both are theories- the highest level of scientific understanding. Evolution did not become a theory for no reason. And no evidence has ever gone against it.
I'm actually going to disagree with the profit notion. I think a lot of musicians create what they believe to be good music and the record companies jack up the prices to line their pockets- just like big business. And then there's pop music, the actual bad music that has a generically good beat so it acts as an attention grabber.
Yeah, but colonial expansion wasn't 100% good. It caused the deaths of millions of indigenous people through illnesses and war, exploit the land, and spread the use of slavery to new levels and lands. A lot of Europeans came over solely to force their religion on the natives.
I mean don't drastically tax them, but I think the tax on unhealthy food should be higher for two reasons:
1. The extra money could go toward the health care that will inevitably be needed to care for the people that choose to buy it.
2. There would be lower prices (relatively) for healthy options like fruits and vegetables. That could lead to people making healthier choices.
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