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How exactly did it happen in animals? I understand natural selection, and I don't deny it can be proved in laboratory.

But, how do a species become another?

Do they "suddenly" generate another one, and they procriate among themselves (enough populace, for some reason) or with their genitors? Or doo they gradually make it to a new species (as a result of natural selection)?

If the latter is true, are there fossiles/related that can't be pointed to be from a species or another (and not be fruit of crossbreeding)?

I assumed this was a good place to ask from numerous theists x atheists debates around here.
 

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How exactly did it happen in animals? I understand natural selection, and I don't deny it can be proved in laboratory.

But, how do a species become another?

Do they "suddenly" generate another one, and they procriate among themselves (enough populace, for some reason) or with their genitors? Or doo they gradually make it to a new species (as a result of natural selection)?

If the latter is true, are there fossiles/related that can't be pointed to be from a species or another (and not be fruit of crossbreeding)?

I assumed this was a good place to ask from numerous theists x atheists debates around here.
Mutations exist within offspring that allows for changes to take place in the physical and psychological development of the creature.

Gamefreak is actually an example of Devolution and can be compared to the borgs hive mind.
 

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And in a few million years that one worm "evolved" into billions of other life-forms and species TOTALLY DIFFERENT to it. The End.

What a wonderful story!
 

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I wow to keep my mouth shut about that this time :p If some off-topic nutter wants to rant about it, he can do so as much as he wants :innocent:

OT: Remove the blue arrow on my quote in your sig. Public links to the bin aren't appreciated.
 

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this thread wasn't bound to live long anyway. it'll get to page 3 and suddenly the threads direction would change to how homosexuality is wrong or some ****.....
 

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I think evolution started from a worm, if I can recall correctly. not that helps answering your question though...
Actually it all started from chemicals managing to become a micro-organism and from there on some worm, then there was fish etc etc etc.

And in a few million years that one worm "evolved" into billions of other life-forms and species TOTALLY DIFFERENT to it. The End.

What a wonderful story!
Well it certainly is more gullible then the one that there's an invisible man up there in the sky that created all.
 

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;) you might wanna read the definition of gullible Strike

i think you meant fallible
 

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gullible
adj gullible [ˈgaləbl]
easily tricked or fooled, example: He is so gullible that he believes everything you tell him.
Word Origin & History

gullible
1793 (implied in gullibility), earlier cullibility (1728), probably connected to gull, a cant term for "dupe, sucker" (1594), which is of uncertain origin. It is perhaps from the bird (see gull (n.)), or from verb gull "to swallow" (1530, from O.Fr. goule, from L. gula "throat," see gullet); in either case with a sense of "someone who will swallow anything thrown at him." Another possibility is M.E. dial. gull "newly hatched bird" (1382), which is perhaps from O.N. golr "yellow," from the hue of its down.
See bolded part in the text above quoted, i meant it as this:

Well it certainly is easier to swallow (=more gullible) then the one that there's an invisible man up there in the sky that created all.
So i believe i used the right word :p.
 

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gullible = / = easier to swallow.

gullibility means a person is an idiot.
 
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