How could the inconscient universe create two different genders, if there was no intelligent design?

Posted by: royan

Atheists answer.

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There was no human until the first male and the first female (that were separate species) mate.

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There were not two separate genders of human at the first!

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FreedomBeforeEquality says2015-06-02T15:22:03.3086148-05:00
I wouldnt say the first human was asexual though ... As the choice implies. Sexual reproduction came before humans.
FreedomBeforeEquality says2015-06-02T15:29:27.0303359-05:00
@Najs I think you're confusing a millennia of cause and effect with intelligent design.
FreedomBeforeEquality says2015-06-02T15:30:35.3202874-05:00
Much more than a millennia really.
Najs says2015-06-02T17:02:36.3034317-05:00
@FreedomBeforeEquality No.
Najs says2015-06-02T17:03:08.8768581-05:00
@FreedomBeforeEquality, I have my own beliefs.
Kreakin says2015-06-02T17:11:26.7261285-05:00
Evolution. Like the chicken and the egg, the human eye and whatever you care to raise it evolved over time. It really is quite a simple concept and it actually is backed up by fact rather than paranormal beliefs.
Stefy says2015-06-02T18:15:46.1019499-05:00
Oops not atheist and i answered. But i do believe in science. Also just because a group of random not scientists cant explain the origins of everything in the universe to you doesnt make your creationism correct.
gabep says2015-06-02T18:24:20.2577367-05:00
Come on! Obviously the Flying Spaghetti Monster is responsible for everything we hold dear.
FreedomBeforeEquality says2015-06-05T09:45:04.7758282-05:00
@Najs Oh don't get me wrong ... You can believe whatever. Just saying. You know, maybe the reason it appears to be "intelligent" by design is that our brains have been conditioned by it in such a way that our surroundings seem almost purposeful, because natural interactions happen in repeatable and predictable fashion.
KidMedic says2015-07-12T21:14:17.5445558-05:00
"It really is quite a simple concept and it actually is backed up by fact rather than paranormal beliefs." So then....Why didn't you answer the question? BTW..."of or relating to the claimed occurrence of an event or perception without scientific explanation" That would be the definition of paranormal.

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