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7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?
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7/12/2016 1:02:35 PM
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A duck is a bird
Birds are the descendants of dinosaurs
Dinosaurs laid eggs
The answer is the egg.
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7/12/2016 1:12:59 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck/chicken was created first, all creatures were created first probably as young adults.
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7/12/2016 1:28:12 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 1:12:59 PM, rnjs wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck/chicken was created first, all creatures were created first probably as young adults.

Bwuahahahahaha
Religion is just mind control. George Carlin
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7/12/2016 1:31:53 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 1:02:35 PM, bulproof wrote:
A duck is a bird
Birds are the descendants of dinosaurs
Dinosaurs laid eggs
The answer is the egg.

What came first, the dinosaur or the egg?
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7/12/2016 1:35:13 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 1:31:53 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 1:02:35 PM, bulproof wrote:
A duck is a bird
Birds are the descendants of dinosaurs
Dinosaurs laid eggs
The answer is the egg.

What came first, the dinosaur or the egg?
Off topic start a new thread.
Religion is just mind control. George Carlin
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7/12/2016 1:36:40 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck.
Once more, this is a matter of education. If you care to read properly researched and authenticated explanations of evolution by natural selection you would not be posing such an unintelligent conundrum.
The duck evolved over many millions of years. At a certain point in time it had developed enough features for us to label it a duck from then on. Those species will then lay eggs. There is plenty of fossilised evidence to show the gradual stages.
Have a look in about 20 million years time. The duck may have given rise to a species with a larger brain to adapt to an environment full of imbeciles who cannot (or will not) get their noodle around a reasonably basic concept.
The creature will probably be twice the size of a human and called the "thumper". It will go around thumping sense into those who can't understand where it came from.
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7/12/2016 1:49:43 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

What came first, your ignorance or your inanity?
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7/12/2016 1:50:16 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck.

All life has the ability to reproduce. The egg is the method of reproduction by ducks.
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7/12/2016 2:01:53 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 1:36:40 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck.
Once more, this is a matter of education. If you care to read properly researched and authenticated explanations of evolution by natural selection you would not be posing such an unintelligent conundrum.
The duck evolved over many millions of years. At a certain point in time it had developed enough features for us to label it a duck from then on. Those species will then lay eggs. There is plenty of fossilised evidence to show the gradual stages.
Have a look in about 20 million years time. The duck may have given rise to a species with a larger brain to adapt to an environment full of imbeciles who cannot (or will not) get their noodle around a reasonably basic concept.
The creature will probably be twice the size of a human and called the "thumper". It will go around thumping sense into those who can't understand where it came from.

How did the 'duck ancestors' gave birth if not eggs?

AT WHAT POINT DID IT FIRST LAY AN EGG?
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7/12/2016 2:05:30 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

So now that the not so witty question has been completely cracked wide open, what pearls of wisdom will flow out that has made millions of evolutionists change their minds?
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7/12/2016 2:05:51 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 1:35:13 PM, bulproof wrote:
At 7/12/2016 1:31:53 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 1:02:35 PM, bulproof wrote:
A duck is a bird
Birds are the descendants of dinosaurs
Dinosaurs laid eggs
The answer is the egg.

What came first, the dinosaur or the egg?
Off topic start a new thread.

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7/12/2016 2:20:34 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 2:01:53 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 1:36:40 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck.
Once more, this is a matter of education. If you care to read properly researched and authenticated explanations of evolution by natural selection you would not be posing such an unintelligent conundrum.
The duck evolved over many millions of years. At a certain point in time it had developed enough features for us to label it a duck from then on. Those species will then lay eggs. There is plenty of fossilised evidence to show the gradual stages.
Have a look in about 20 million years time. The duck may have given rise to a species with a larger brain to adapt to an environment full of imbeciles who cannot (or will not) get their noodle around a reasonably basic concept.
The creature will probably be twice the size of a human and called the "thumper". It will go around thumping sense into those who can't understand where it came from.

How did the 'duck ancestors' gave birth if not eggs?

AT WHAT POINT DID IT FIRST LAY AN EGG?

You need to get your mind around the fact that an egg, a species, a wing, a foot etc. is a pin on a board of a long seamless process that scientists use to label a feature. Egg laying by the way is a very primitive method of reproduction carried over from ancient reptiles.
It is good that you are at least asking questions about evolution. If you do take the time to read up on evolution and biology you will find it very fascinating. If anything it will help you make an informed rather than pre-determined conclusion as to the origins and development of life.
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7/12/2016 2:31:49 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 2:20:34 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:01:53 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 1:36:40 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck.
Once more, this is a matter of education. If you care to read properly researched and authenticated explanations of evolution by natural selection you would not be posing such an unintelligent conundrum.
The duck evolved over many millions of years. At a certain point in time it had developed enough features for us to label it a duck from then on. Those species will then lay eggs. There is plenty of fossilised evidence to show the gradual stages.
Have a look in about 20 million years time. The duck may have given rise to a species with a larger brain to adapt to an environment full of imbeciles who cannot (or will not) get their noodle around a reasonably basic concept.
The creature will probably be twice the size of a human and called the "thumper". It will go around thumping sense into those who can't understand where it came from.

How did the 'duck ancestors' gave birth if not eggs?

AT WHAT POINT DID IT FIRST LAY AN EGG?

You need to get your mind around the fact that an egg, a species, a wing, a foot etc. is a pin on a board of a long seamless process that scientists use to label a feature. Egg laying by the way is a very primitive method of reproduction carried over from ancient reptiles.
It is good that you are at least asking questions about evolution. If you do take the time to read up on evolution and biology you will find it very fascinating. If anything it will help you make an informed rather than pre-determined conclusion as to the origins and development of life.

O Prophet Willows, When was the first egg layed and how did they reproduced before that?
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7/12/2016 2:36:43 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
This thread is intended for recreational purpose only and does not intend to harm the sentiments of atheists.
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7/12/2016 2:51:41 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 2:31:49 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:20:34 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:01:53 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 1:36:40 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck.
Once more, this is a matter of education. If you care to read properly researched and authenticated explanations of evolution by natural selection you would not be posing such an unintelligent conundrum.
The duck evolved over many millions of years. At a certain point in time it had developed enough features for us to label it a duck from then on. Those species will then lay eggs. There is plenty of fossilised evidence to show the gradual stages.
Have a look in about 20 million years time. The duck may have given rise to a species with a larger brain to adapt to an environment full of imbeciles who cannot (or will not) get their noodle around a reasonably basic concept.
The creature will probably be twice the size of a human and called the "thumper". It will go around thumping sense into those who can't understand where it came from.

How did the 'duck ancestors' gave birth if not eggs?

AT WHAT POINT DID IT FIRST LAY AN EGG?

You need to get your mind around the fact that an egg, a species, a wing, a foot etc. is a pin on a board of a long seamless process that scientists use to label a feature. Egg laying by the way is a very primitive method of reproduction carried over from ancient reptiles.
It is good that you are at least asking questions about evolution. If you do take the time to read up on evolution and biology you will find it very fascinating. If anything it will help you make an informed rather than pre-determined conclusion as to the origins and development of life.

O Prophet Willows, When was the first egg layed and how did they reproduced before that?

I will give you the benefit of the doubt that maybe you still do not understand what I just wrote, so once again, please read verrrrrrry slowwwwwly and absorb.......

You need to get your mind around the fact that an egg, a species, a wing, a foot etc. is a pin on a board of a long seamless process that scientists use to label a feature. Egg laying by the way is a very primitive method of reproduction carried over from ancient reptiles..

Now, think verrrrrrry carefully and ask yourself "what part of that statement does not answer my question?"
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7/12/2016 2:55:56 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 2:51:41 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:31:49 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:20:34 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:01:53 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 1:36:40 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck.
Once more, this is a matter of education. If you care to read properly researched and authenticated explanations of evolution by natural selection you would not be posing such an unintelligent conundrum.
The duck evolved over many millions of years. At a certain point in time it had developed enough features for us to label it a duck from then on. Those species will then lay eggs. There is plenty of fossilised evidence to show the gradual stages.
Have a look in about 20 million years time. The duck may have given rise to a species with a larger brain to adapt to an environment full of imbeciles who cannot (or will not) get their noodle around a reasonably basic concept.
The creature will probably be twice the size of a human and called the "thumper". It will go around thumping sense into those who can't understand where it came from.

How did the 'duck ancestors' gave birth if not eggs?

AT WHAT POINT DID IT FIRST LAY AN EGG?

You need to get your mind around the fact that an egg, a species, a wing, a foot etc. is a pin on a board of a long seamless process that scientists use to label a feature. Egg laying by the way is a very primitive method of reproduction carried over from ancient reptiles.
It is good that you are at least asking questions about evolution. If you do take the time to read up on evolution and biology you will find it very fascinating. If anything it will help you make an informed rather than pre-determined conclusion as to the origins and development of life.

O Prophet Willows, When was the first egg layed and how did they reproduced before that?

I will give you the benefit of the doubt that maybe you still do not understand what I just wrote, so once again, please read verrrrrrry slowwwwwly and absorb.......

You need to get your mind around the fact that an egg, a species, a wing, a foot etc. is a pin on a board of a long seamless process that scientists use to label a feature. Egg laying by the way is a very primitive method of reproduction carried over from ancient reptiles..

Now, think verrrrrrry carefully and ask yourself "what part of that statement does not answer my question?"

Partial egg doesn't work.
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7/12/2016 3:27:01 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 2:55:56 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:51:41 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:31:49 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:20:34 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:01:53 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 1:36:40 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck.
Once more, this is a matter of education. If you care to read properly researched and authenticated explanations of evolution by natural selection you would not be posing such an unintelligent conundrum.
The duck evolved over many millions of years. At a certain point in time it had developed enough features for us to label it a duck from then on. Those species will then lay eggs. There is plenty of fossilised evidence to show the gradual stages.
Have a look in about 20 million years time. The duck may have given rise to a species with a larger brain to adapt to an environment full of imbeciles who cannot (or will not) get their noodle around a reasonably basic concept.
The creature will probably be twice the size of a human and called the "thumper". It will go around thumping sense into those who can't understand where it came from.

How did the 'duck ancestors' gave birth if not eggs?

AT WHAT POINT DID IT FIRST LAY AN EGG?

You need to get your mind around the fact that an egg, a species, a wing, a foot etc. is a pin on a board of a long seamless process that scientists use to label a feature. Egg laying by the way is a very primitive method of reproduction carried over from ancient reptiles.
It is good that you are at least asking questions about evolution. If you do take the time to read up on evolution and biology you will find it very fascinating. If anything it will help you make an informed rather than pre-determined conclusion as to the origins and development of life.

O Prophet Willows, When was the first egg layed and how did they reproduced before that?

I will give you the benefit of the doubt that maybe you still do not understand what I just wrote, so once again, please read verrrrrrry slowwwwwly and absorb.......

You need to get your mind around the fact that an egg, a species, a wing, a foot etc. is a pin on a board of a long seamless process that scientists use to label a feature. Egg laying by the way is a very primitive method of reproduction carried over from ancient reptiles..

Now, think verrrrrrry carefully and ask yourself "what part of that statement does not answer my question?"

Partial egg doesn't work.

I did say: "read verrrrrry slowly". Try again and think what the word "continuous" might mean. Then for goodness sake, instead of condemning something you don't know read a bit on biology and evolution and you will see how a partial wing works, how a partial foot works, how a partial egg works. Do yourself a favour.
Instead of saying "my car doesn't work", read the workshop manual...doesn't take too much effort and you would be amazed at what you will know. You won't be asking the mechanic dumb questions. It is all science, nothing more nothing less.
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7/12/2016 3:34:42 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 3:27:01 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:55:56 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:51:41 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:31:49 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:20:34 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 2:01:53 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 1:36:40 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck.
Once more, this is a matter of education. If you care to read properly researched and authenticated explanations of evolution by natural selection you would not be posing such an unintelligent conundrum.
The duck evolved over many millions of years. At a certain point in time it had developed enough features for us to label it a duck from then on. Those species will then lay eggs. There is plenty of fossilised evidence to show the gradual stages.
Have a look in about 20 million years time. The duck may have given rise to a species with a larger brain to adapt to an environment full of imbeciles who cannot (or will not) get their noodle around a reasonably basic concept.
The creature will probably be twice the size of a human and called the "thumper". It will go around thumping sense into those who can't understand where it came from.

How did the 'duck ancestors' gave birth if not eggs?

AT WHAT POINT DID IT FIRST LAY AN EGG?

You need to get your mind around the fact that an egg, a species, a wing, a foot etc. is a pin on a board of a long seamless process that scientists use to label a feature. Egg laying by the way is a very primitive method of reproduction carried over from ancient reptiles.
It is good that you are at least asking questions about evolution. If you do take the time to read up on evolution and biology you will find it very fascinating. If anything it will help you make an informed rather than pre-determined conclusion as to the origins and development of life.

O Prophet Willows, When was the first egg layed and how did they reproduced before that?

I will give you the benefit of the doubt that maybe you still do not understand what I just wrote, so once again, please read verrrrrrry slowwwwwly and absorb.......

You need to get your mind around the fact that an egg, a species, a wing, a foot etc. is a pin on a board of a long seamless process that scientists use to label a feature. Egg laying by the way is a very primitive method of reproduction carried over from ancient reptiles..

Now, think verrrrrrry carefully and ask yourself "what part of that statement does not answer my question?"

Partial egg doesn't work.

I did say: "read verrrrrry slowly". Try again and think what the word "continuous" might mean. Then for goodness sake, instead of condemning something you don't know read a bit on biology and evolution and you will see how a partial wing works, how a partial foot works, how a partial egg works. Do yourself a favour.
Instead of saying "my car doesn't work", read the workshop manual...doesn't take too much effort and you would be amazed at what you will know. You won't be asking the mechanic dumb questions. It is all science, nothing more nothing less.

I want to read more.. you know how the partial egg worked and it was chosen against what?
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7/12/2016 3:50:04 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

You have a 100% Duck.
It came from a 100% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.9% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.9% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.8% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.8% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.7% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.7% duck egg........

At some point an egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 0% duck features.
It came from an egg that was 100% Anatidae.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anseriforme, with 99.9% of Anatidae features.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Anatidae......

At some point an egg was laid by a creature that was an Anseriforme, with 0% Anatidae features.
It came from an egg that was 100% Anseriforme.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Galloanserae, with 99.9% of Anseriforme creatures.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Anseriforme.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Galloanserae, with 99.8% of Anseriforme creatures.
It came from an egg that was 99.8% Anseriforme....

That egg was laid by a creatures that was a bird, with 100% Galloanserae features.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Galloanserae
...

At some point the egg was laid by a creature that was Paraves, with 100% aves features...

Which at some point came from a creature that was Therapod dinosaur, with 100% Paraves features....

Which at some point came from a Dinosaurian, with 100% Therapod features...

Which at some point came from a Dinosauriforme, with 100% dinosaurian features....

Which at some point came from a Dinosauromorph, with 100% Dinosauriforme features....

Which at some point came from an Archosaur, with 100% Dinosauramorph features....

Which at some point came from an Archosauromorpha with 100% Archosaur features....

Which at some point came from an Diapsid with 100% Archosauromorpha features....

Which at some point came from an Amniote, with 100% Diapsid features....

Which at some point came from a Reptiliomorpha with 100% Amniote features...

Which at some point came from a basal Tetrapod, with 100% Reptiliomorph features...

Which at some point came from a Stegocephalia, which came from a Eotetrapodiformes, which came from a tetropodomorph, which came from a Sarcopterygii, which came from a Osteichthye, which came from a Gnathastome, which came from a craniate, which came from a chordate, which came from a deutorostome, which came from a bilaterarian, at which point the evidence is a little sparse for exactly where it came from.

This is what the genetic, taxonomic, and paleontological fossil evidence indicates, together with our understanding of how evolution actually works. For the sake of simplicity, I have also described this as a gradual sequence, in reality there will be periods of fairly rapid change, and periods of relative stability not easily described.
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7/12/2016 4:41:52 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 3:50:04 PM, Ramshutu wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

You have a 100% Duck.
It came from a 100% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.9% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.9% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.8% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.8% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.7% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.7% duck egg........

At some point an egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 0% duck features.
It came from an egg that was 100% Anatidae.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anseriforme, with 99.9% of Anatidae features.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Anatidae......

At some point an egg was laid by a creature that was an Anseriforme, with 0% Anatidae features.
It came from an egg that was 100% Anseriforme.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Galloanserae, with 99.9% of Anseriforme creatures.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Anseriforme.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Galloanserae, with 99.8% of Anseriforme creatures.
It came from an egg that was 99.8% Anseriforme....

That egg was laid by a creatures that was a bird, with 100% Galloanserae features.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Galloanserae
...

At some point the egg was laid by a creature that was Paraves, with 100% aves features...

Which at some point came from a creature that was Therapod dinosaur, with 100% Paraves features....

Which at some point came from a Dinosaurian, with 100% Therapod features...

Which at some point came from a Dinosauriforme, with 100% dinosaurian features....

Which at some point came from a Dinosauromorph, with 100% Dinosauriforme features....

Which at some point came from an Archosaur, with 100% Dinosauramorph features....

Which at some point came from an Archosauromorpha with 100% Archosaur features....

Which at some point came from an Diapsid with 100% Archosauromorpha features....

Which at some point came from an Amniote, with 100% Diapsid features....

Which at some point came from a Reptiliomorpha with 100% Amniote features...

Which at some point came from a basal Tetrapod, with 100% Reptiliomorph features...

Which at some point came from a Stegocephalia, which came from a Eotetrapodiformes, which came from a tetropodomorph, which came from a Sarcopterygii, which came from a Osteichthye, which came from a Gnathastome, which came from a craniate, which came from a chordate, which came from a deutorostome, which came from a bilaterarian, at which point the evidence is a little sparse for exactly where it came from.


This is what the genetic, taxonomic, and paleontological fossil evidence indicates, together with our understanding of how evolution actually works. For the sake of simplicity, I have also described this as a gradual sequence, in reality there will be periods of fairly rapid change, and periods of relative stability not easily described.

That's why I always say - evolution explains nothing.

Read below (red). (Note that anyone can PM me, not just my friends.)
(This is not a goodbye message. I may or may not come back after ten years.)
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7/12/2016 4:49:49 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 1:36:40 PM, Willows wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck.
Once more, this is a matter of education. If you care to read properly researched and authenticated explanations of evolution by natural selection you would not be posing such an unintelligent conundrum.
The duck evolved over many millions of years. At a certain point in time it had developed enough features for us to label it a duck from then on. Those species will then lay eggs. There is plenty of fossilised evidence to show the gradual stages.
Have a look in about 20 million years time. The duck may have given rise to a species with a larger brain to adapt to an environment full of imbeciles who cannot (or will not) get their noodle around a reasonably basic concept.
The creature will probably be twice the size of a human and called the "thumper". It will go around thumping sense into those who can't understand where it came from.

I presume you know of someone who observed this happening over millions of years.
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7/12/2016 4:54:53 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 4:41:52 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 3:50:04 PM, Ramshutu wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

You have a 100% Duck.
It came from a 100% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.9% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.9% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.8% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.8% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.7% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.7% duck egg........

At some point an egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 0% duck features.
It came from an egg that was 100% Anatidae.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anseriforme, with 99.9% of Anatidae features.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Anatidae......

At some point an egg was laid by a creature that was an Anseriforme, with 0% Anatidae features.
It came from an egg that was 100% Anseriforme.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Galloanserae, with 99.9% of Anseriforme creatures.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Anseriforme.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Galloanserae, with 99.8% of Anseriforme creatures.
It came from an egg that was 99.8% Anseriforme....

That egg was laid by a creatures that was a bird, with 100% Galloanserae features.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Galloanserae
...

At some point the egg was laid by a creature that was Paraves, with 100% aves features...

Which at some point came from a creature that was Therapod dinosaur, with 100% Paraves features....

Which at some point came from a Dinosaurian, with 100% Therapod features...

Which at some point came from a Dinosauriforme, with 100% dinosaurian features....

Which at some point came from a Dinosauromorph, with 100% Dinosauriforme features....

Which at some point came from an Archosaur, with 100% Dinosauramorph features....

Which at some point came from an Archosauromorpha with 100% Archosaur features....

Which at some point came from an Diapsid with 100% Archosauromorpha features....

Which at some point came from an Amniote, with 100% Diapsid features....

Which at some point came from a Reptiliomorpha with 100% Amniote features...

Which at some point came from a basal Tetrapod, with 100% Reptiliomorph features...

Which at some point came from a Stegocephalia, which came from a Eotetrapodiformes, which came from a tetropodomorph, which came from a Sarcopterygii, which came from a Osteichthye, which came from a Gnathastome, which came from a craniate, which came from a chordate, which came from a deutorostome, which came from a bilaterarian, at which point the evidence is a little sparse for exactly where it came from.


This is what the genetic, taxonomic, and paleontological fossil evidence indicates, together with our understanding of how evolution actually works. For the sake of simplicity, I have also described this as a gradual sequence, in reality there will be periods of fairly rapid change, and periods of relative stability not easily described.

That's why I always say - evolution explains nothing.

Read below (red). (Note that anyone can PM me, not just my friends.)

Except that I just explained the detailed answer to your question based on how evolution actually works.
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7/12/2016 5:08:12 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 4:54:53 PM, Ramshutu wrote:
At 7/12/2016 4:41:52 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 3:50:04 PM, Ramshutu wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

You have a 100% Duck.
It came from a 100% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.9% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.9% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.8% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.8% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.7% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.7% duck egg........

At some point an egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 0% duck features.
It came from an egg that was 100% Anatidae.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anseriforme, with 99.9% of Anatidae features.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Anatidae......

At some point an egg was laid by a creature that was an Anseriforme, with 0% Anatidae features.
It came from an egg that was 100% Anseriforme.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Galloanserae, with 99.9% of Anseriforme creatures.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Anseriforme.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Galloanserae, with 99.8% of Anseriforme creatures.
It came from an egg that was 99.8% Anseriforme....

That egg was laid by a creatures that was a bird, with 100% Galloanserae features.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Galloanserae
...

At some point the egg was laid by a creature that was Paraves, with 100% aves features...

Which at some point came from a creature that was Therapod dinosaur, with 100% Paraves features....

Which at some point came from a Dinosaurian, with 100% Therapod features...

Which at some point came from a Dinosauriforme, with 100% dinosaurian features....

Which at some point came from a Dinosauromorph, with 100% Dinosauriforme features....

Which at some point came from an Archosaur, with 100% Dinosauramorph features....

Which at some point came from an Archosauromorpha with 100% Archosaur features....

Which at some point came from an Diapsid with 100% Archosauromorpha features....

Which at some point came from an Amniote, with 100% Diapsid features....

Which at some point came from a Reptiliomorpha with 100% Amniote features...

Which at some point came from a basal Tetrapod, with 100% Reptiliomorph features...

Which at some point came from a Stegocephalia, which came from a Eotetrapodiformes, which came from a tetropodomorph, which came from a Sarcopterygii, which came from a Osteichthye, which came from a Gnathastome, which came from a craniate, which came from a chordate, which came from a deutorostome, which came from a bilaterarian, at which point the evidence is a little sparse for exactly where it came from.


This is what the genetic, taxonomic, and paleontological fossil evidence indicates, together with our understanding of how evolution actually works. For the sake of simplicity, I have also described this as a gradual sequence, in reality there will be periods of fairly rapid change, and periods of relative stability not easily described.

That's why I always say - evolution explains nothing.

Read below (red). (Note that anyone can PM me, not just my friends.)

Except that I just explained the detailed answer to your question based on how evolution actually works.

it was tl and I dr
(This is not a goodbye message. I may or may not come back after ten years.)
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7/12/2016 5:12:48 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 5:08:12 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 4:54:53 PM, Ramshutu wrote:
At 7/12/2016 4:41:52 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
At 7/12/2016 3:50:04 PM, Ramshutu wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

You have a 100% Duck.
It came from a 100% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.9% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.9% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.8% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.8% duck egg.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 99.7% of Duck features.
It came from a 99.7% duck egg........

At some point an egg was laid by a creature that was an Anatidae, with 0% duck features.
It came from an egg that was 100% Anatidae.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Anseriforme, with 99.9% of Anatidae features.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Anatidae......

At some point an egg was laid by a creature that was an Anseriforme, with 0% Anatidae features.
It came from an egg that was 100% Anseriforme.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Galloanserae, with 99.9% of Anseriforme creatures.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Anseriforme.
That egg was laid by a creature that was an Galloanserae, with 99.8% of Anseriforme creatures.
It came from an egg that was 99.8% Anseriforme....

That egg was laid by a creatures that was a bird, with 100% Galloanserae features.
It came from an egg that was 99.9% Galloanserae
...

At some point the egg was laid by a creature that was Paraves, with 100% aves features...

Which at some point came from a creature that was Therapod dinosaur, with 100% Paraves features....

Which at some point came from a Dinosaurian, with 100% Therapod features...

Which at some point came from a Dinosauriforme, with 100% dinosaurian features....

Which at some point came from a Dinosauromorph, with 100% Dinosauriforme features....

Which at some point came from an Archosaur, with 100% Dinosauramorph features....

Which at some point came from an Archosauromorpha with 100% Archosaur features....

Which at some point came from an Diapsid with 100% Archosauromorpha features....

Which at some point came from an Amniote, with 100% Diapsid features....

Which at some point came from a Reptiliomorpha with 100% Amniote features...

Which at some point came from a basal Tetrapod, with 100% Reptiliomorph features...

Which at some point came from a Stegocephalia, which came from a Eotetrapodiformes, which came from a tetropodomorph, which came from a Sarcopterygii, which came from a Osteichthye, which came from a Gnathastome, which came from a craniate, which came from a chordate, which came from a deutorostome, which came from a bilaterarian, at which point the evidence is a little sparse for exactly where it came from.


This is what the genetic, taxonomic, and paleontological fossil evidence indicates, together with our understanding of how evolution actually works. For the sake of simplicity, I have also described this as a gradual sequence, in reality there will be periods of fairly rapid change, and periods of relative stability not easily described.

That's why I always say - evolution explains nothing.

Read below (red). (Note that anyone can PM me, not just my friends.)

Except that I just explained the detailed answer to your question based on how evolution actually works.

it was tl and I dr

And that right there, emphasizes the problem you have more than any post that I could ever make.
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7/12/2016 5:39:40 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

The duck.

Generational changes are effectively imperceptible. What line would you draw to separate the phenotypical differences between a duck and its non-duck parents? Successive generations would have been slightly more duck-like based on how we define a duck today.

Just like Darwin's finches changed to adapt to their specific habitat, ducks would have most likely looked different even as little as 20,000 years ago. Humans didn't even develop blue eyes until 6000 years ago.
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7/12/2016 6:32:27 PM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

Eggs have actually been around since fish, and even earlier. The simplest organisms to use eggs are jellyfish. Females release eggs into the water, males release sperm. They turn into a larva when they combine. Jellyfish can also reproduce asexually as well.

Birds evolved from creatures that already laid eggs so the answer is that eggs came first. From the creatures we see in the fossil record eggs evolved about 500 MYA. Birds evolved about 85 MYA. Easy question. Easy answer.
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7/13/2016 10:58:24 AM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 6:32:27 PM, distraff wrote:
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

Eggs have actually been around since fish, and even earlier. The simplest organisms to use eggs are jellyfish. Females release eggs into the water, males release sperm. They turn into a larva when they combine. Jellyfish can also reproduce asexually as well.

Birds evolved from creatures that already laid eggs so the answer is that eggs came first. From the creatures we see in the fossil record eggs evolved about 500 MYA. Birds evolved about 85 MYA. Easy question. Easy answer.

I think that you got the gist of the question wrong. What we are talking about here is, of one species, e.g. one duck, one egg, which came first? The answer is not only scientific but also logical. The duck came first. At a particular point along the evolution process, scientists will call a particular species (which say, for arguments sake is called a "drock") a duck, that duck will then lay an egg?
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7/13/2016 10:59:23 AM
Posted: 4 months ago
At 7/12/2016 12:52:09 PM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
THE EFFORT OF A LIFETIME : Fifteen year old Canadian philosopher HeavenlyPanda has proposed a life changing theory, that has made millions of evolutionists around the globe change their mind and opt for a creationist identity instead.

The theory is in disguise of a witty question to pass the test of natural selection. Here it goes, hold your breath -

What came first, the duck or the egg?

So has this...
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

http://youtu.be...
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7/13/2016 10:59:47 AM
Posted: 4 months ago
Well...we know creatures that never once changed in 100 million years.

http://www.livescience.com...

http://www.seeker.com...

http://www.foxnews.com...
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

http://youtu.be...