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Is Evolution true?

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Started: 9/13/2014 Category: Science
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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TheGayAtheist

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I accept this debate. If you've accepted it, write an argument saying so, then we can move to round 2 and we can actually start debating. On round 5, we will say our final argument and then a goodbye.
sagnikdas

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No, evolution is not all true....
Think twice before even saying it
Debate Round No. 1
TheGayAtheist

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Evidence for Evolution:
Fossils
Clues at the cellular level
Fossils can tell us about growth patterns in ancient animals. The picture at right is a cross-section through a sub-adult thigh bone of the duckbill dinosaur Maiasaura. The white spaces show that there were lots of blood vessels running through the bone, which indicates that it was a fast-growing bone. The black wavy horizontal line in mid-picture is a growth line, reflecting a seasonal pause in the animal's growth.
http://listverse.com...

Evidence against Intelligent Design (guessing you believe in it):

Wisdom teeth.
The Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve. The recurrent laryngeal nerve is a nerve that begins at the back of the brain and ends at the larynx (the voice box in mammals). Rather than taking an expeditious route from the back of the neck to the larynx, the laryngeal nerve takes the circuitous route by diving into the chest, loops around one of the main arteries, and then stems its way back up to the voice box.

P.S. Don't make a statement such as "Evolution isn't true." if you're not going to bring evidence. Your turn, good luck.
sagnikdas

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TheGayAtheist

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Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by MykSkodar 2 years ago
MykSkodar
Here's my finished debate on the very same topic for inspiration ;-) : http://www.debate.org...
Posted by cheyennebodie 2 years ago
cheyennebodie
The real question should be. Is spontaneous life possible?Not whatever changes occur after life begins. Many factors would obviously come into play to change a living creature. Environment would always be a factor.You evolutionists always stop short of real scientific study.You just skirt around the real question. How did life begin?
Posted by Emilirose 2 years ago
Emilirose
No, only micro-evolution is possible. All attempts to conclusively prove that macro-evolution (the formal) teaching of evolution is "true", have failed.
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