Extremely Long Graffiti about Evolution

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This must’ve taken forever (scroll to the right to see the entire thing)

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    Kaze
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    Huh, who knew, reptiles turned into mammals.

    roamingidiot
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    sarcasm?

    natedog
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    although i totally disagree with evolution on this scale (i believe that evolution is real as far as it pertains to things changing & adapting, but impotent when it comes to the origin of life), this art piece kicks ass.

    props to the misguided fool.

    Kaze
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    I’ll regret starting this flamewar later on, but in the mean time. Natedog. How do you propose the origin of life started?

    Cosmic Jumbojets?

    xcanadian
    Member

    Of course evolution has nothing to do with the origin of life. That’s called abiogenesis.

    teezy weezy
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    Its something to do with jesus and a goat I think, someone told me.

    xcanadian
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    …and anyone that disagrees with the concept of evolution simply does not understand it. It’s plain fact.

    Kaze
    Member

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miller_experiment

    Evolution IS what started life.
    Jerkface. 😀

    xcanadian
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    lols dicknose, I can agree that we were talking about different kinds of evolution. 😉

    warren
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    This must’ve taken forever

    No, just 600 or so million years for multicellular life.

    Stolid
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    I see a lot of Rule #34 goin on there…

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca
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    Everyone knows we’re the retarded offspring of five monkeys having butt sex with a fish squirrel.

    Christ…am I the only one who watches Southpark sober?

    natedog
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    the Miller-Urey experiment is NOT evolution, idiot. plus also, it FAILS for several reasons: the oxygen content of the early earth would have fuxored the formation of amino acids dudes also had to include an amino acid ‘trap’ in their experiment to protect any created amino acids before the other chemicals in the setup suprise buttsexed them before they could join forces to become Voltron also, the amino acids produced by this experiment are of a roughly equal ratio of right and left handed arrangement, which is actually toxic to life. However, amino acids in living organisms are 100% left… Read more »

    natedog
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    you know, the most complex object in all the known universe is the human brain there is not enough time to make it from pond goo and lightning and as far as life summoning itself out of non-living material, wouldn’t it be easier for a bike or skateboard or some other simple machine to create it self out of junk parts? why does life not arise out of our landfills and junkdrawers? there is plenty of biological material in landfills. and dont give me that shit about machines not being alive, because it must jump the exact same hurdle that… Read more »

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca
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    I want to play devils assvocate. Just because no one has been able to recreate it doesn’t mean life can not arise from non living matter. There is more proof that its possible than there is that Jebus and The Talking Walnut made the first man and woman for shits and giggles and then fucked off for the rest of eternity. Louie Pastuer didn’t prove life can only come from life. He only proved that he couldn’t prove otherwise. I could do that for you. I have Legos. Per there not being enough time to make a brain from goo.… Read more »

    The Matrix: Rebooted
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    Flare war. Fun. “the oxygen content of the early earth would have fuxored the formation of amino acids” Oxygen is NOT a stable molecule, it reacts really quickly with just about everything, including minerals in the ground. Earth’s atmosphere did not have significant amounts of oxygen until organisms started to photosynthesize. In fact, finding significant amounts of molecular oxygen in an atmosphere is one of the way that researchers are looking for other planets that have life. Right handed amino acid’s are only toxic because of the complexity of current metabolisms. Wouldn’t be a problem for early organisms with simpler… Read more »

    The Matrix: Rebooted
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    And I’ll save you some time by pointing out the fundamental logical fallacy of intelligent design.
    You’re saying that life is really, really complicated so the only way it could exist is if something intelligent created it. ok. But something intelligent, must necessarily be complicated. So such an intelligence, must, by your own logic by another intelligence.
    So either there is an infinite chain of intelligent creators (which is mathematically possible, but weird) or the is a mechanism by which complexity can arise from simple components, e.g. evolution.

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca
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    @reboot

    fuck you for having a better answer than me.

    Pants
    Member

    SCIENCE!!!

    Exacerbate
    Member

    Scientists > you

    natedog
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    @magnus #14: it’s called the Law of Biogenesis also, the NT, whether you agree with it or not, was written between 40 A.D. and 100 A.D. The earliest known copy is from 130 A.D. and there are 5,000 known copies in Greek, 10,000 in Latin and 9,300 in other languages. Josephus wrote about Jesus in The Antiquities and Testimonium Flavianum; Tacitus and Pliny the Younger also wrote about Jesus. Also, the NT itself contains several biographies of Jesus. also, the circumstantial evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus is abundant. examples: 1. many of the disciples died saying that they had… Read more »

    The Matrix: Rebooted
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    “The fact is that SOMETHING caused tens of thousands of people to drastically change their religious and societal structure. this cannot be disputed.” Judging the “truth” of a religion based on the devotion of the followers is dubious. Tens of thousands of Mormons gave up everything they had to follow Joseph Smith. Scientologists are pretty devote, too. “in that same sentence you said “whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be true.” sounds like dogma to me.” That’s not dogma, its logic. Give it a try sometime. “also, please tell me what current life is competing for resources in my… Read more »

    nyoki
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    There are 2 arguments put forward for Intelligent Design. !st: The Universe is too complicated for it to have developed from chaos w/out purpose. 2nd: The perfection of the complexity of life. The universe isn’t complicated so much as it expansive. It it is so difficult for us to see it (literally and figuratively). We want to understand it, yet we don’t (not completely, not yet). The perfection of the complexity of life is a straw man argument. There’s no such thing. Man is not perfect (biologically, mentally, physically, spiritually or anyway-ly). Scratch the surface of anything that appears perfect… Read more »

    natedog
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    reboot: no, no, no, and no. i am not judging the truth of a religion. i am simply stating that any drastic cultural shift has an explanation behind it. other than the resurrection, what accounts for the drastic shift in the jewish world just months after the crucifixion? and the difference between mormons/scientologists and these first christians (especially the disciples) is that the disciples were in the UNIQUE position of KNOWING whether or not they truly saw Jesus rise again. this does not apply to mormons, scientologists, muslims, or whatever. my point is that the early christians either saw Jesus… Read more »

    The Matrix: Rebooted
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    “people will become martyrs for things they believe to be true but no one dies for something they know to be false.” So Jim Jones was a true prophet? “there are things in this world that are outside of spacetime. what about thoughts? what about emotions? altruism? there are things that are real that are not made of atoms” Of course they’re made out of atoms. Is your brain made out of atoms? Here’s an easy lesson in scientific method. Theory: thoughts and emotions are not made out of atoms. Hypothesis: If thoughts and emotions are not made out of… Read more »

    natedog
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    no, reboot. you seem to have a serious problem with thinking that not everything in the universe is based in matter emotions, meaning, philosophical truth, and consciousness are not the domain of empirical science great minds of the quantum age all knew that there is more to the world than atoms . people like james jeans and schrodinger, and nils bohr. and who would know more about atoms than bohr? heisenberg, schrodinger, einstein, de broglie, jeans, planck, pauli and eddington all began to express an interest in mysticism once they discovered the secrets inside the atom. jeans wrote about how… Read more »

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca
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    ya I wasn’t checking this cause it seemed done but I guess not natedog you’re dangerously close to requiring medication. Listing off factoids from biased religious texts is not a good way to back a religious stance. 10’s of thousands of people changed their ways…according to the bullshit you’re accepting as fact. I don’t think Rod and Todd Flanders know as much about who wrote what unto whom as you do. And that’s a very bad thing. You also said the universe doesn’t have a never ending supply of time and asked me to reference a theory. Theories are not… Read more »

    natedog
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    lump away, fucko

    that is what ignorant people do out of fear

    they lump people into groups
    call them all crazy

    medicate all the crazies who think differently than me

    what science are you referring to?
    what what are these repeatedly provable facts you speak of?

    The Matrix: Rebooted
    Member

    And now you’re committing another logical fallacy: appeal to authority.
    It doesn’t matter what the greatest minds think, even the smartest scientist in the world still has to prove his or her hypothesis through experiment.
    That’s what you don’t get about science, a good idea is not enough, it has to get results.

    nyoki
    Member

    The fact that Einstein et al started heading into some mystical realm proves nothing; other than, perhaps, they were as likely as anyone to head for the mystical hills once they couldn’t go further w/ their philosophy/science. It happens all the time. Newton did so on a regular basis. The smartest people in the world tend to think they’re the smartest people in the world and that there could not be human knowledge beyond theirs and thus posit some mystical/religious nonsense. Einstein said that he refused to believe that God would play dice w/ the Universe. There is no God… Read more »



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