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Mingodalia
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backwardseden
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Evolution never happened and is not real

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Started: 3/27/2018 Category: Entertainment
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Mingodalia

Pro

Evolution is not real and never actually happened.

backwardseden

Con

Evolution is proven fact
Antibiotic resistant microbes, better known as "superbugs" is 100% confirmation and certification and proven fact that evolution is taking place right here in the here and the now. Antibiotic resistant microbes are evolving every single second of every single day to become more resistant to antibiotics.

Superbug 1.a pathogenic bacterium that has developed immunity to antibiotics, or an insect that has developed immunity to insecticides.
("has developed" means evolution is taking place) Now watch the vidies that proves evolution is taking place in the here and now)

http://www.youtube.com... - Frontline - The Trouble with Antibiotics Documentary
http://www.youtube.com... - Frontline - Hunting the Nightmare Bactiria
http://www.youtube.com... - Rise Of Superbugs Resistant To Antibiotics | Full Documentary
http://www.youtube.com... - Antibiotics Resistance

My opponent cannot win the evolution argument in which was just listed and proved.

That was quick and easy!
Debate Round No. 1
Mingodalia

Pro

Evolution is a 2001 American comic science FICTION film directed by Ivan Reitman.


FICTION definition:

-something feigned, invented, or imagined; a made-up story:


Evolution PLOT:

"Wayne Grey (Seann William Scott), a trainee firefighter practicing in a shack in the desert near Glen Canyon, Arizona, sees a meteorstrike his car and land in an undergroundcavern. College professor Ira Kane (David Duchovny) and his colleague, geologyProfessor Harry Block (Orlando Jones), investigate, taking a sample of strange blue liquid that oozes from it. Ira discovers that it harbors extraterrestrial single-celled nitrogen-based organisms multiplying exponentially, condensing millions of years of evolutionwithin a matter of hours. The next day, they take the science class to survey the meteor site and find it already surrounded by evolved oxygen-converting fungi and alien flatworms. Ira and Harry discover that the cells and organisms reproduce rapidly through mitosisafter seeing one of the flatworms they collected in a jar split into two.

Soon, the site is sealed off by the Army, who set up a base. Ira and Harry take General Russell Woodman (Ted Levine) and the clumsy Dr. Allison Reed (Julianne Moore) to court for the right to be part of the research of their discovery, but their efforts fail when it's revealed Ira was discharged from the army after creating an anthrax vaccine that led to terribly debilitating side effects, which the soldiers dubbed "The Kane Madness". Woodman steals Ira and Harry's research, forcing them to infiltrate the base to get another sample; they find an alien rainforest teeming with life. They are caught by Allison as a mosquito-like alien gets inside Harry's body; they are forced to rectally remove the mosquito, which then dies.

Wayne arrives at the college and shows the two the dead body of an amphibian alien which killed a country club owner, much to his delight; they later investigate an animal attack, finding a dead dog-like alien in a woman's home and more dead flatworms. They find a valley behind the home filled with dead flying dinosaur-like aliens; Ira and Harry theorize the aliens are spreading through the caves connected to the main cavern, but can't breathe oxygen. One of the dying creatures spits out a pod containing a newborn, which then hatches into an oxygen-tolerant alien. The alien attacks a mall, where it carries off a shoplifter until Ira, Harry, and Wayne shoot it down.

Unfortunately, other alien encounters have made the news; this forces the Governor of Arizona (Dan Aykroyd) to demand answers. Allison explains the aliens will engulf the United States in two months. Woodman attempts to blame Ira, when he, Harry and Wayne arrive. However, the governor demands a solution; Woodman suggests evacuating the area and burn the aliens withnapalm. At that moment, primate-like aliens attack them, but are fought off. The shaken governor approves Woodman's plan against protests from Ira and Allison that they don't know how the aliens will react. Allison quits the CDC and leaves the site, procuring Ira's original research and samples for him.

At the college, Harry accidentally tosses a match into a petri dish of alien liquid, causing a mass of flesh to rapidly grow from it. Ira realizes heat causes the aliens to evolve, and the meteor crashing to earth activated the alien DNA. Alison attempts to warn Woodman that napalm will only make the aliens stronger, but he ignores her call. Looking at the positions of nitrogen and carbon on theperiodic table, Ira theorizes selenium might be poisonous to the aliens, since they arenitrogen-based, as arsenic is poisonous to Earth's carbon life. Much to Ira's surprise, his dumbest students Deke and Danny (Ethan Suplee and Michael Ray Bower) recallselenium sulfide is the active ingredient inHead & Shoulders. This makes Ira award the Donald brothers with an A, much to their excitement. So Wayne procures a firetruck and the team fills it with the shampoo, with help from the Donald Brothers, who tag along with them.

Just as the team arrives at the cave and prepare to fire the shampoo, Woodman's napalm strike causes a similar reaction to the earlier petri dish incident, except on a much larger scale, producing an enormous amoeba-like creature that emerges to the surface. As it prepares to divide, the team drives under the organism, finds what looks like its rectalhole, and Harry (intending to settle a score for the insect incident) pumps a firehose of shampoo into the beast, causing it to explode. Governor Lewis declares Ira, Harry, Wayne and Allison heroes, making Wayne a fully credentialed firefighter while Ira and Allison skip the festivities for romance in the fire truck. Woodman is also demoted to sergeant for his blunder. Later, Harry, Ira and Wayne are shown chasing the flying alien from earlier and promoting Head & Shoulders for both hair care and fighting aliens."


I conclude that Evolution did not happen and isn't real because:

1)It is a movie under the genre of fiction.

2)The plot of the movie makes it extremely hard to believe to have been a real event that really happened.
backwardseden

Con

Ivan Reitman's Evolution was a megadud el stinkero, cow silk laundry as a film and his worst film that I've seen that he's directed. I've only not seen his No strings Attached and Draft Day. Needless to say the description of the film, so what? Yawn. Boring. Boring boredom bores a boring bore. That's the worst thing is a supposed comedy.
Debate Round No. 2
Mingodalia

Pro

It appears to me that Con has realized he was debating science when the pre-chosen genre of the debate was entertainment.
backwardseden

Con

So it is so it is so it is mt fault. Even so on the first round. I wouldn't have caught what you were after. Had I paid attention on the second round like the dildo breath that I am I should have caught it. But alas in all fairness I truly don't think that many garlic onion beer belly deodorant raptures in the deep would have caught it. So I humbly apologize with my schnauz caught in a nun's pep rally at a Nirvana the worst band of all time concert for the yodeling grunge country opera enthusiasts. Please tc and have fun.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by Tevans.lol123 3 years ago
Tevans.lol123
evolution did happen Mingodalia you are stupid it's a proven fact
Posted by whiteflame 3 years ago
whiteflame
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>Reported vote: Wizofoz// Mod action: Removed<

6 points to Con (Conduct, Arguments, Sources). Reasons for voting decision: Con agreed to debate the obvious meaning of the debate. He produced good sources in the form of videos detailing the evolution of bacteria. Con tried to argue a different subject, rather dishonestly. However, even there her argument was illogical. She argued evo.ution wasnt real as a movie called evolution was fiction. This is illogical as, even in this argument, the movie evolution exists. Pro gets the vote as he honestly and effectively presented evidence refuting t he debate subje t.

[*Reason for removal*] The voter appears to award points to the wrong side in this debate.
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Posted by whiteflame 3 years ago
whiteflame
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>Reported vote: Wizofoz// Mod action: Removed<

7 points to Con. Reasons for voting decision: As usual, Ming plays bait and switch, It's silly and rude. people put time and effort into debating, she makes a mockery of it. She certainly does not deserve the satisfaction of a win from doing so,

[*Reason for removal*] (1) The voter does not explain S&G or sources. (2) Conduct is insufficiently explained. Unless the voter is clearly insulting someone in her arguments, forfeits a round, or violates the rules, the voter may not award this point. (3) Arguments are insufficiently explained. The voter is required to either place the BoP on Pro and explain why he didn"t achieve it, or assess specific arguments presented by both sides. Generalizing about how the voter views Con"s arguments as "bait and switch" is not sufficient.
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Posted by ThatoneYazzybandkid 3 years ago
ThatoneYazzybandkid
Yeah. Eveolutoin never haopened. haha
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