TJ replied to Michael's discussion 'Is there truly taxonomy & phylogeny to the body plans of the Cambrian Explosion?'
"To be clear, they are ONLY homologues IF they are inherited from a prior common ancestor. You already stated they are homologues...which is an implicit acceptance of evolution. Are you going to post…"
1 hour ago
Michael replied to Michael's discussion 'Is there truly taxonomy & phylogeny to the body plans of the Cambrian Explosion?'
"Homologous means just similar in structure but to imply that humans develop through a fish phase or that these pharyngeal slits are gill slits is false despite being homologous."
2 hours ago
TJ replied to Michael's discussion 'Is there truly taxonomy & phylogeny to the body plans of the Cambrian Explosion?'
"Hmmm, perhaps the term homologue, you used above in "They don't have the same function as in a fish embryo despite be homologous" needs clarification? A homologue, in the above…"
2 hours ago
TJ replied to Michael's discussion 'Is there truly taxonomy & phylogeny to the body plans of the Cambrian Explosion?'
"The happy meeting ground is the excerpt from above shown below that qualifies that these folds; They don't have the same function as in a fish embryo despite be homologous: Pharyngeal slits…"
3 hours ago
David Vogel replied to David Vogel's discussion 'Christian Discussion Invitation'
"Hey Reg, yes, I saw that link and read it. (I read the Sunday School posts religiously, or, er, something.) I wondered if you thought of this discussion when you posted it. To me, the article seemed…"
4 hours ago
Unseen replied to Unseen's discussion 'Research seems to indicate that American cops shoot WHITES at a higher rate than blacks'
"He would presumably have lost his job as a security guard. How a guy who spent six years in prison gets to become a security guard (which I assume requires SOME sort of licensing and background…"
4 hours ago
Unseen replied to Unseen's discussion 'Research seems to indicate that American cops shoot WHITES at a higher rate than blacks'
"I heard something recently that got me to thinking. We often hear that "the cops want to go home to their family at night, so we give them leeway in dangerous situations." Why don't we…"
4 hours ago
Michael replied to Michael's discussion 'Is there truly taxonomy & phylogeny to the body plans of the Cambrian Explosion?'
"The happy meeting ground is the excerpt from above shown below that qualifies that these folds don't have the same function as in a fish embryo despite be homologous: Pharyngeal slits…"
5 hours ago
TJ replied to Michael's discussion 'Is there truly taxonomy & phylogeny to the body plans of the Cambrian Explosion?'
"Please show the updated biblical sources you refer to as the basis for believing in creationism. :P "
5 hours ago
TJ replied to Michael's discussion 'Is there truly taxonomy & phylogeny to the body plans of the Cambrian Explosion?'
"So, you have found that human embryos have gill slits, and, how the original gill slits of our ancient ancestors evolved to their present day unrelated functions. That is progress Sir. Now, find out…"
6 hours ago