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selection isnt natural, nature is random
if a cup cake falls from a tree, how far is it, from down?
gravity=up and down=rising and falling
You accept that gravity is true, and yet how can you KNOW that there is no other justification for things falling? You cannot, you simply have some evidence and you choose to believe the conclusion you come to.
Natural selection is the theory of survival of the fittest. This is the key device for evolution and yet, although it is believed to be true and is used as evidence for a different theory, it is not something we actually know for certain.
rising and falling or weight are examples of gravity.. but there are higher levels
i dont determine which shape i have, environmental pressure shape my body.. natural selection is really adaptation... does a polar bear outrun the lava flow of a volcano or escape the heat of a desert?
a fish cant put a stick
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