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#163 - ambiguous **User deleted account** (08/22/2013) [-]
TL;DR at the bottom of the comment.   
   
I generally stay out of these discussions. Is it so hard to believe in evolution? Even if you believe in a god evolution could still be part of his/her plan.   
   
Imagine if you have an object. Let's say this object is a plate. You can only use this one plate to create one other copy. After the copy is made, you destroy plate #1. Now let's assume we can only make a copy once a year and the original plate any of the copies cannot be repaired. So every year you start with a new copy.   
   
So you start with plate #1. A year goes by and you create plate #2 and destroy #1. Plate #2 is an exact replica of #1(creating each copy with the same material but color may vary). You do this 3 more times and now you have plate #5. During #5's lifetime, it sustains a slight chip on the edge. What happens when you create plate #6? It also has that same chip. It still looks exactly like plate #1 except for that small chip. So years and years go by. Some years the plate sustains a bit of damage and the succeeding plate carries on that damage. Imagine we get to copy #20. Copy #20 sustains major damage during its lifetime and 1/3 of it is now missing. #21 is now quite a bit different from #1. It has that small chip from #5 and many other chips and cracks from its predecessors including the damage done to #20. Slowly over time the copies look less and less like #1 til eventually the copy is no longer recognizable as a plate. This is how evolution works. Small changes over time until the creature's "copies" or descendants no longer resemble their ancestor.   
   
TL;DR We'll just do what the picture says and have a naked party.
TL;DR at the bottom of the comment.

I generally stay out of these discussions. Is it so hard to believe in evolution? Even if you believe in a god evolution could still be part of his/her plan.

Imagine if you have an object. Let's say this object is a plate. You can only use this one plate to create one other copy. After the copy is made, you destroy plate #1. Now let's assume we can only make a copy once a year and the original plate any of the copies cannot be repaired. So every year you start with a new copy.

So you start with plate #1. A year goes by and you create plate #2 and destroy #1. Plate #2 is an exact replica of #1(creating each copy with the same material but color may vary). You do this 3 more times and now you have plate #5. During #5's lifetime, it sustains a slight chip on the edge. What happens when you create plate #6? It also has that same chip. It still looks exactly like plate #1 except for that small chip. So years and years go by. Some years the plate sustains a bit of damage and the succeeding plate carries on that damage. Imagine we get to copy #20. Copy #20 sustains major damage during its lifetime and 1/3 of it is now missing. #21 is now quite a bit different from #1. It has that small chip from #5 and many other chips and cracks from its predecessors including the damage done to #20. Slowly over time the copies look less and less like #1 til eventually the copy is no longer recognizable as a plate. This is how evolution works. Small changes over time until the creature's "copies" or descendants no longer resemble their ancestor.

TL;DR We'll just do what the picture says and have a naked party.
#170 to #163 - anonymous (08/22/2013) [-]
"I generally stay out of these discussions"

Starts one of those discussions.
User avatar #281 to #170 - ambiguous **User deleted account** (08/22/2013) [-]
wow

such eloquens

gud anon

words

totly rite
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