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INC: If you believe in a "Global Flood", then whats with the thousands of species?

sophionsophion PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
So if there was a global flood that wiped out all land life except for those in a boat...

and if theres no such thing as evolution...

then where did all these thousands of animal species come from?
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  • Sinakay lahat ni Noah yan pati yung Tarsier sa Palawan. Pinalakad niya hanggang middle east.
  • Hay buhay...hindi naiintindihan ng mga taong ito ang issue.

    Our stand is, (intindihin nyong maiigi) NO EVOLUTION whatsoever from animals to human..it never occur in any of dispensation of time of human history.
  • sophionsophion PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    ETEs wrote: »
    Hay buhay...hindi naiintindihan ng mga taong ito ang issue.

    Our stand is, (intindihin nyong maiigi) NO EVOLUTION whatsoever from animals to human..it never occur in any of dispensation of time of human history.
    ah so you believe that marsupials evolved into possums, koalas and kangaroos.

    but you just cant accept that ancient apes evolved into humans.

    ganun ba?
  • If there is crossbreeding then it is possible. There is a change in genetic structure kapag two different samples of animals were join together at reality yan sa present science.

    Ang hindi magyayari eh animal will be a man in a natural process or crossbreeding of an animal species nor the change of their environment.

    Ang Darwin "evolution" as we know now never happened in the history of mankind in real time per se. But evolution of animals is possible to different animal species...though there is a slight change from the original samples as they crossbreed.
  • sophionsophion PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    ETEs wrote: »
    If there is crossbreeding then it is possible. There is a change in genetic structure kapag two different samples of animals were join together at reality yan sa present science.
    noah's boat isnt big enough to hold thousands of species, MUCH LESS the various BREEDS of a single specie.

    let me rephrase the question:
    Do you accept the scientific fact that Koalas and Kangaroos both originated from a single marsupian ancestor?
  • sophion wrote: »
    noah's boat isnt big enough to hold thousands of species, MUCH LESS the various BREEDS of a single specie.

    It doesn;t take a thousand species to have many type of animal species...cross breeding and the environment habitat can change the dna blueprint of an animal overtime and if it takes thousands of years then you will not be able to recognize the original to the copies of copies with different copier.
    sophion wrote: »
    let me rephrase the question:
    Do you accept the scientific fact that Koalas and Kangaroos both originated from a single marsupian ancestor?

    A single animal species cannot produce anything. It takes two to tango. If a "single marsupian" means alone.
  • sophionsophion PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    ^ ETE i was referring to a single marsupian COUPLE.

    so is it a yes or a no?
  • Kahit na marsupial pa yan, eh hindi na yun ang issue...but the cross breeding of multiple animals will produce a different product at hindi theory yan but facts based on real time. The food they eat and the environment of their habitat will also change their dna blue print.

    Maraming factor in our world the can change animal to a different form(s) but never it will cross the world of human species in a normal or radical change of earth environment. Yan ang absent from the ancient history of mankind..and to date...kaya if falls to the category of ASSUMPTION.
  • sophionsophion PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    ETEs wrote: »
    Kahit na marsupial pa yan, eh hindi na yun ang issue...but the cross breeding of multiple animals will produce a different product at hindi theory yan but facts based on real time. The food they eat and the environment of their habitat will also change their dna blue print.
    gusto ko lang linawin....
    so you believe that species produce new different species over a period of time?

    and thats how the few species in the boat gave us the thousands of different species we have today?
  • sophion wrote: »
    gusto ko lang linawin....
    so you believe that species produce new different species over a period of time?

    and thats how the few species in the boat gave us the thousands of different species we have today?

    sounds like evolution to me. all i know is that the great flood killed all the dinosaurs and all the other ape like creatures that are not human that walk upright :D
  • sophion wrote: »
    gusto ko lang linawin....
    so you believe that species produce new different species over a period of time?

    and thats how the few species in the boat gave us the thousands of different species we have today?

    There is capability to produce different type of physical features of a certain animals once they adapt to their environment, the food they eat, etc. Once these animals with a different dna blueprint cross breed, with different cross breed will produce a different animals due to mixed of two different dna blueprint. Parang tao na kapag nagasawa ang isang matangkad ng isang unano eh may impact sa kanilang descendants forever..pagkatapos eh nag-asawa iung descendants nila ng ibang race then the product will be different from the original..and as time goes by, cross breeding will create a different type of race at yan ang aking punto vista.

    But the bottomline is, there is no crossing of animal race to human race or vise versa in human history that ever recorded except scientific ASSUMPTION.
  • sophionsophion PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    ^ so the answer is a YES?

    (yeah i know excempted ang humans. sa hayop lang applicable)
  • because of diet and change in environment, yes it is possible for an ape like creature that can't walk upright to change into another species of ape that walks upright all the time. acceptable na ba to sa mga creationists. matapos lang. :D
  • cretinous00cretinous00 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    saying evolution of man did not happen within recorded history is as useful as crap. no one ever said it happens in less than 6,000 years. :rolleyes:
  • sophion wrote: »
    ^ so the answer is a YES?

    (yeah i know excempted ang humans. sa hayop lang applicable)

    Eh hindi ba marami na tayong magkakaibang species ng hayop from the pairs who survived the flood?
  • saying evolution of man did not happen within recorded history is as useful as crap. no one ever said it happens in less than 6,000 years. :rolleyes:

    Sabihin na nating nangyari yan 200,000 years or more...when did they learn how to communicate with each others? And how many of your biological ancerstors na ungoys evolved to humans that became so many races as we speak...meron bang detail explanation? Or kuwentong kutsero lang?
  • sophionsophion PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    ETEs wrote: »
    Eh hindi ba marami na tayong magkakaibang species ng hayop from the pairs who survived the flood? Alangan namang biglang naglitawan na lang yan sa mundo in a natural way?

    ok thanks for confirming that.

    so you really believe in evolution, except for the part that says we evolved from apes.
  • sophion wrote: »
    ok thanks for confirming that.

    so you really believe in evolution, except for the part that says we evolved from apes.

    Ano ba ang pagkakaintindi mo sa "evolution"? Ipaliwang mo nga in your own words baka hindi tayo nagkakaintindihan bago kita sagutin.
  • sophionsophion PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    ETEs wrote: »
    Ano ba ang pagkakaintindi mo sa "evolution"? Ipaliwang mo nga in your own words baka hindi tayo nagkakaintindihan bago kita sagutin.

    evolution is when a sub-group in a species develop enough changes that they no longer breed with the species that spawned them.
  • Evolution happens all the time, every yr the flu virus evolve from one strain to another.whatever biologists learn from the theory of evolution they apply it to create new vaccines.

    what happened to the unicorn in the bible, did these majestic animal evolve to something else:hmm: into a narwhal??? :D
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