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People get "evolving from apes" and "sharing an ancestor" with them mixed up.
They are two different things, we share a common ancestor with apes (evidense we share 98% of DNA with them) but we did not directly evolve from them. This fact was twisted by religious groups against evolution
No, we don't need science to evolve, animals and other organisms have been evolving for millions of years we know this BECAUSE of science.
We can seethe world around us, we can see every morning the sun rises. But WHY? Science is the study of why and how things work. As long is there is curiosity there will be science.
Mandatory is not how I defined this topic, I interpreted it as should meaning to indicate duty. Children have a duty to look after their elderly parents. Like I said in my earlier arguments everyone's situation is different and I don't want to create rules that govern society. I just feel that looking after, as in regularly visiting or taking them to the doctor or out for a meal, is an admirable feat that could be considered a duty of children to care for their parents. Warranted it is not for everyone.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!