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Riwaaz_Ras
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4/8/2016 6:03:18 AM
Posted: 7 months ago
'Probably black smokers, sunlight helped the 'collection of single cells to obtain energy which evolved into several life forms.'

Above : Words of atheists nay evolutionists nay biologists, merged to form one single line.

When the first mutation happened, were not the cells more likely to undergo a mutation that increased their chances of survival (natural selection)? If yes, that does close the doors of it evolving into some other complex organisms.

Also, what was the first time one life form had to feed on another to obtain energy?

How did it get the specific abilities required?

Mutations.

OK.

Now, why would a female find it attractive to mate with a mutated male? (Blonde women prefer brunette men.)

Did a mutation cause the organism to have a gender? If yes, you are in for a trouble.
(This is not a goodbye message. I may or may not come back after ten years.)
distraff
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4/8/2016 4:19:10 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/8/2016 6:03:18 AM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
'Probably black smokers, sunlight helped the 'collection of single cells to obtain energy which evolved into several life forms.'

Above : Words of atheists nay evolutionists nay biologists, merged to form one single line.

When the first mutation happened, were not the cells more likely to undergo a mutation that increased their chances of survival (natural selection)? If yes, that does close the doors of it evolving into some other complex organisms.

Why do you say that?

Also, what was the first time one life form had to feed on another to obtain energy?

Probably very soon after life started whether it started by abiogenesis or God. But nobody knows exactly when.

How did it get the specific abilities required?

Mutations.

OK.

Now, why would a female find it attractive to mate with a mutated male? (Blonde women prefer brunette men.)

Every single life form is mutated. Each of us have at least 100 mutations. Not all mutations give your wolverine claws. Most mutations don't change your appearance at all.

Did a mutation cause the organism to have a gender? If yes, you are in for a trouble.

We find some bacteria with two genders. We see many asexual bacteria that just split to produce more. We find other asexual bacteria that can send each other chunks of DNA called plasmids. We find sexual bacteria where one gender sends the plasmids and the others use the plasmids to reproduce.
Riwaaz_Ras
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4/8/2016 5:20:55 PM
Posted: 7 months ago
At 4/8/2016 4:19:10 PM, distraff wrote:
At 4/8/2016 6:03:18 AM, Riwaaz_Ras wrote:
'Probably black smokers, sunlight helped the 'collection of single cells to obtain energy which evolved into several life forms.'

Above : Words of atheists nay evolutionists nay biologists, merged to form one single line.

When the first mutation happened, were not the cells more likely to undergo a mutation that increased their chances of survival (natural selection)? If yes, that does close the doors of it evolving into some other complex organisms.

Why do you say that?

Also, what was the first time one life form had to feed on another to obtain energy?

Probably very soon after life started whether it started by abiogenesis or God. But nobody knows exactly when.

How did it get the specific abilities required?

Mutations.

OK.

Now, why would a female find it attractive to mate with a mutated male? (Blonde women prefer brunette men.)

Every single life form is mutated. Each of us have at least 100 mutations. Not all mutations give your wolverine claws. Most mutations don't change your appearance at all.

Did a mutation cause the organism to have a gender? If yes, you are in for a trouble.

We find some bacteria with two genders. We see many asexual bacteria that just split to produce more. We find other asexual bacteria that can send each other chunks of DNA called plasmids. We find sexual bacteria where one gender sends the plasmids and the others use the plasmids to reproduce.

There are several flaws in the premise, I admit. I may re-post this thread soon.
(This is not a goodbye message. I may or may not come back after ten years.)