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Litney spears

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wtf

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Litney spears

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posted Tuesday, January 15, 2019 6:15:00 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Litney spears
No I screen shot a vice writer and exposed him. My boy told me vice has been owned by white supremacists for a while my lurking has paid off

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Tight work. Guys like this get high off an old drug thats been around in high supply/demand since the 10th century called *PWNTBTTABTBP. The acronym stands for... people who need to be told they are better than black people. At this phase of life so many have no interest in being rehabilitated off of this self loathing drug. There are some... the descendants of the families who had sellers on the underground railroad who refuse to take their predefined dosage of PWNTBTTABTBP. It is extremely common in the states. Attacks on black women and children are surging. The guys he represent are very calculated with who they decide to make moves against. No one knows more about this than us. We see them daily on and offline. The communication is clear. The complexities of our experience here on planet earth since day one makes guys like this feel inadequate. Look at him. Does that look like a man who knows his place in the order of creation? It okay to be unsure because life can feel uncertain. This is normal existentialism angst. The angst guys like him exhibit is pathetic. Like our granddads generation (he just passed 87 years) he almost lived to see a full century, used to ask... "Whats his excuse"? So guys like this make posts from behind screens and promote false narratives. To fu*k up black peoples confidence to feel worse than him, go crazy, and in return elevate him in consciousness. Which explains the extreme disorientation and displacement in the people.

The top 400 wealthy families in the states have more combined control over wealth than the entire myelinated community. It isn't a coincidence that a simple google search of myelin returns millions of scientific benefits of myelin yet the people with the highest concentration per square inch embedded in our forms go virtually unmentioned. Which isn't surprising. Wealth is not the metric to be used to determine ones being. This type of thinking encourages an emotional attachment to an emotionless commodity. This is why people emotionally freak out if they ever encounter significants amounts of currency. Or lose it. The states are rapidly approaching 22 trillion dollars in debt. So why any citizen would feel any type of esteem because of access or lack their of to capital also adds to the angst. Which is insane. Given the fact who wouldn't be up in a position to suppress intel half a century after 9 centuries of torment, exploitation, and extermination. The cognitive dissonance in guys like this is at an all time high. All current human genetic records on earth today are traced to what our society has been taught to call the black man and woman. Their dreads are still intact in the archive of some museum research bio tech lab.

How many people you know who match that phone screen with zero battery charge? I have never seen a white person is my life. We can all go look at a box of crayons to get an accurate basic understanding of color theory. But there will not be an accurate conversation as long as the terms used are inaccurate. Conceptual inversion theory all over statements like (the real racists, white privilege). Wittgenstein talked about it in his volumes on private language and language games. Keep applying pressure on these fools and make them hit the floor. These are not the time for games. Stay safe and vigilant out here. Who gonna die today is in high demand and people like this will never get tired of promoting narratives that activate the ones lurking with the resolve to put into action the drive to manifest that high. Let it blow if necessary. In what warped state of mind does a group of people have to be in the find it a supreme privilege to pursue the utter destruction of the existence of their regenerators? You see they wanna cast M. Fox or A Jolie in a 2020 Cleopatra reboot... Cronos theory all over again People know why Napoleon blew off the nose of the sphinx. Why did it take The British Museum until the 80's to send it back? Why since its return has it not be reinstalled? Mean while guys like this promote pity parties and madness. Hold your head high when you whip that nose. Peace in.

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posted Tuesday, January 15, 2019 8:26:41 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Litney spears
I deleted my cave man post, it was too racist

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posted Wednesday, January 16, 2019 3:43:54 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for porkelin
Wait, how is he being racist? It's painfully obvious that it's satire. He's making fun of conservatives who like to bash the movie. "Soros-paid thugs"? Come on. And why in the fuck are you talking about myelination? It's melanin, dipshit, and it's not proof of black supremacy, it's only proof of humans adapting to the lack of sunlight after migrating north. We don't need cancer but we vitamin D. That's melanin.
What do you read in to dude having 17% on his battery at midnight with both bluetooth and 4G on? Proof of oppression? Myelin, existential angst, national debt, inversion theory, Cronos, 700 words adding up to a big fat nothing. Get real.

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Litney spears

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posted Wednesday, January 16, 2019 4:07:28 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Litney spears
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posted Wednesday, January 16, 2019 4:19:40 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Litney spears
Wtf the founding member of vice is in the proud boys

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posted Wednesday, January 16, 2019 4:38:47 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Litney spears
That out of Africa theory is bull shit that's why it's a theory just like evolution is a theory. Why haven't eskimos turned white adapting to the climate? They are darker than white people. Blacks left Africa and mated with Neanderthals that's why whites have neanderthal DNA and blacks that haven't left Africa dont

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posted Wednesday, January 16, 2019 4:40:16 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Litney spears
Okay I deleted the vice post

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can u delete your teeth?

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posted Wednesday, January 16, 2019 6:19:25 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Porkelin
DNA decides the functions of a cell
DNA is passed on from parent to offspring
DNA gets mutated over time
Ergo, germline (egg or sperm) mutations in one generation become somatic (non-germ) mutations in the next generation
Mutations can be good, neutral or bad
Good mutations are good because they help the organism pass on its genes. Bad do the opposite.
Effects of mutations can range from insignificant to extremely significant.
Ergo, over time, certain genes will increase in frequency while others will decrease.
Nothing I said is controversial. Evolution is the logical conclusion to inheritance and diversity. It is simply a species' change in trait over time. No hocus pocus. You already know.

Justin Caffier proposing a boycott of a bar for hosting Proud Boys meeting:
http://www.grubstreet.com/2018/07/the-griffin-los-angeles-proud-boys-meetup.html

You're wrong. Factually and ethically.

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I'm wrong? Explain to me the fruit fly experiment where they bred 100s of generations of flies to adapt to environments and they didnt adapt but had complications, I also dont think you know what mutation means , the evolution theory isnt a DNA mutation

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"But it’s his natural selection-busting theory, which Nei developed in the ’80s and expanded on in the 2013 book Mutation-Driven Evolution, that the researcher wants to see embraced, cited and taught in schools."


Oh so now you evolution purports keep pushing the goal post😂;😂;😂; you cant explain natural selection. So now its mutations , what's gonna happen when the mutation theory never holds 😂;😂;😂;

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NEWS CREATION SCIENCE UPDATE PROBLEMS WITH EVOLUTION
No Fruit Fly Evolution Even after 600 Generations
BY BRIAN THOMAS, M.S. * | TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2010
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Many Americans believe that the big-picture story of evolution, as biology professors routinely expound it, is false.1 Basically, they haven't bought into the concept that all life descended from one common ancestor that miraculously sprang into being millions of years ago. And that makes sense, considering there are no real examples of that kind of evolution.

If evolutionary biologists could document such evolution in action, they could vindicate their worldview and cite real research to support their surreal claims. In 1980, this search for proof led researchers to painstakingly and purposefully mutate each core gene involved in fruit fly development. The now classic work, for which the authors won the Nobel Prize in 1995, was published in Nature.2 The experiments proved that the mutation of any of these core developmental genes―;mutations that would be essential for the fruit fly to evolve into any other creature―;merely resulted in dead or deformed fruit flies. This therefore showed that fruit flies could not evolve.

Similarly, Michigan State University evolutionary biologists Richard Lenski and his colleagues searched for signs of evolution in bacteria for 20 years, tracking 40,000 generations.3 In the end, the species that they started with was hobbled by accumulated mutations, and the only changes that had occurred were degenerative. University of Bristol emeritus professor of bacteriology Alan Linton summarized the situation:

But where is the experimental evidence? None exists in the literature claiming that one species has been shown to evolve into another. Bacteria, the simplest form of independent life, are ideal for this kind of study, with generation times of 20 to 30 minutes, and populations achieved after 18 hours. But throughout 150 years of the science of bacteriology, there is no evidence that one species of bacteria has changed into another, in spite of the fact that populations have been exposed to potent chemical and physical mutagens and that, uniquely, bacteria possess extrachromosomal, transmissible plasmids. Since there is no evidence for species changes between the simplest forms of unicellular life, it is not surprising that there is no evidence for evolution from prokaryotic to eukaryotic cells, let alone throughout the whole array of higher multicellular organisms.4

In a recent study, also published in Nature, University of California Irvine researcher Molly Burke led research into the genetic changes that occurred over the course of 600 fruit fly generations. The UCI lab had been breeding fruit flies since 1991, separating fast growers with short life spans from slow growers with longer life spans.5

The UCI scientists compared the DNA sequences affecting fruit fly growth and longevity between the two groups. After the equivalent of 12,000 years of human evolution, the fruit flies showed surprisingly few differences.

One requirement for Darwin's theory is that the mutational changes that supposedly fuel evolution somehow have to be "fixed" into the population. Otherwise, the DNA changes quickly drift right back out of the population. The researchers found no evidence that mutational changes relevant to longevity had been fixed into the fruit fly populations.

The study's authors wrote, "In our sexual populations, adaptation is not associated with 'classic' sweeps whereby newly arising, unconditionally advantageous mutations become fixed."5

They suggested that perhaps there has not been enough time for the relevant mutations to have become fixed. They also suggested an alternative—that natural selection could be acting on already existing variations. But this is not evolution, and it is actually what creation studies have been demonstrating for many years.6

Evolution was not observed in fruit fly genetic manipulations in 1980, nor has it been observed in decades-long multigenerational studies of bacteria and fruit flies. The experiments only showed that these creatures have practical limits to the amount of genetic change they can tolerate. When those limits are breached, the creatures don't evolve—they just die.

Although the experimental results from these studies were given titles with an evolutionary "spin," the actual experiments demonstrate undoubtedly that bacteria and fruit flies were created, not evolved.

References

Dao, C. Poll: Majority of Americans Don’t Believe in Evolution. ICR News. Posted on icr.org February 24, 2010, accessed November 9, 2010.
Nüsslein-Volhard, C. and E. Wieschaus. 1980. Mutations affecting segment number and polarity in Drosophila. Nature. 287 (5785): 795-801.
Barrick, J. E. et al. 2009. Genome evolution and adaptation in a long-term experiment with Escherichia coli. Nature. 461 (7268): 1243- 1247.
Linton, A. H. 2001. Scant Search for the Maker. Times Higher Education. Posted on timeshighereducation.co.uk April 20, 2010, accessed November 9, 2010.
Burke, M. K. et al. 2010. Genome-wide analysis of a long-term evolution experiment with Drosophila. Nature. 467 (7315): 587-590.
For example: "Normal variations operate only within the range specified by the DNA for the particular type of organism, so that no truly novel characteristics, producing higher degrees of order or complexity, can appear. Variation is horizontal, not vertical!" From Morris, H. 1974. Scientific Creationism, Public School Edition. San Diego, CA: Creation Life Publishers, 51.
* Mr. Thomas is Science Writer at the Institute for Creation Research.

Article posted on November 16, 2010.

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Black men should just accept they don't make good superheroes, always come off as ultra corny

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Justin Caffier trying to take the title of King Cuck

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...aids incubators

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I don't understand mutations? foh. Mutations give rise to new genes. They're the source of diversity, as in the context I mentioned earlier. You're ignorant and arrogant, that's an incredibly unflattering combination. Throw in some racism and self righteousness and you got yourself a real piece of shit.
I just explained natural selection. It's really really basic stuff. If you don't understand it, you're really really dumb.
You only need 2 ingredients for evolution. Mutations and inheritance. The rest follows.
You want me to explain an obscure failed experiment? Bitch, cite the fucking paper, I'll explain it to your stupid ass

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You cant explain the failed experiment I posted , it cites 6 articles

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posted Thursday, January 17, 2019 3:48:52 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Litney spears
White people agreeing in the comments, evolution fail

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That creationist article poses the same flawed argument throughout. They purport that the absence of evidence is the evidence of absence. The problem is that they're not looking for evidence, they're looking for the absence of evidence. They dismiss the author's interpretation of the results and spin it to fit the narrative of their religious fairy tale.
It says that speciation hasn't been demonstrated. It's demonstrated by breeding. Chihuahuas can't mate with great danes. That's speciation.

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porkelin as the honorable resident expert 21st century scholar/emcee of the boards... I declare what you wrote reads rushed. See these keyboard hands lace up them gloves fool... Firstly, the term you brought up is generally understood to explain pigment coloration in the skin. We can think beyond making casual associations about people based on colors. Furthermore the keyword we referenced is about neurological impulses in the brain. Racism as we see it is a dysfunctional impulse. So naturally focusing on a potential neurological root cause is reasonable. Thanks for exposing me to how much you have not read by the way you communicated your ideas to me in this thread. The burden of proof is not on me to do as you wrote with sassy snark too get real. Frankly speaking any personal analysis of our experiences is beyond your scope. You're the same guy who used to show constructive insights on my rhymes. Easy come easy go keep that energy. Not you too running around throwing dirt on my name. What did you expect? You know I will call you out, you tryna get me shadow banned fool. To think about it you disappeared a while ago and haven't said squat to us until now. Talking reckless for what, is there a disfunction? Gotta show it if you know it in a scholarly debate.

You ughhas are looking real trifling :/ do you know how to write well thought out declerative sentences? Tight work contributing ridiculously keyed up ideas from projected places of deep pain into the browser. It will be alright. Goodness gracious the lack of intelligent discourse right now is almost mind boggling. We are chilling jamming to a rare dj from Brasov Romania. We are not behoved at all by the disrespectful racism, fuzzy logic, and pseudo scholarship in the responses. How edgy three days before the full moon on Dr. Kings Birthday. You ughhas decide to go crazy looking for trouble. It's a free country and we hope you find it. Tie your shoes. Shout out to all of you mid to late 2000 newbies lobbying to make a name. Have no shame and wear it like a badge of courage. Carrying on is it lonely living looking at shoelaces in that bubble of dystopian angst?

Excellent point Litney. The Eskimo tribes are a great demonstration to debunk the migrant geological exposure theory. Evolution is esoteric hogwash. The anthropologist are full of sh*t. There is no archaeological fossil record of any living or dead creature that evolved. That word has been so misinterpreted over the years. If Darwin were alive today would he even recognize his own theory? He's died out of christ so logically of course not. Moreover if life finds a way to live via natural selection, then why haven't biological organisms in billions of years of existence yet to evolve beyond decay? We will wait and die waiting for an answer to that. Love will keep me alive we have eternal life this is all temporary. You ughhas can't stand me now wait till i get my glorified silver surfer suit. Ditching this big meat sack for the cosmos. The myth of the eternal return listen to the bassman. Words are so easy to say... in retrospect a single cell ameba in the ocean turned into algae that turned into shrimp then dolphins then dogs and so on. You got to be kidding me if you actually believe that. If it occurs over billions maybe trillions of year how would anybody know with out a fossil record? If it exist, then why can't anybody find where it is at? Maybe its on Mars... dumb funny. Because the scientist said it better yet the white man with ketchup on his face. Clearly he tried to make a point too big for his britches and thats okay. Ughhas please moving forward just respect our stance love is the only solution. Don't let us fu*k up your vibe. Peace in.

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Maybe I mistook your intentions for OP's intentions.
So who is this myelinated community you speak of?

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Yup rareform , that out of Africa theory is bull shit

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Esoteric hogwash? No, evolution is really a super simple concept: Small changes add up. That's all there is to it. The rest is technical details like what to call the specific patterns of change. That's where terms like "bottle neck effect" and "genetic drift" come in. The basic premises of evolution are accepted by pretty much everybody. Creationists like to dispute the time aspect of it because it's very important for them to believe that the family lineages of the bible are completely comprehensive, but fact is that that wouldn't correspond with scientific methods of age determination. Science delivers. I'll take my chances with science.

You ask why life hasn't evolved beyond decay. I wanna know why you think it should have.
Shorter life expectancy means quicker evolution; longer life expectancy means slower evolution; infinite life expectancy means no evolution. Evolving beyond evolution would be paradoxical. The perfect species of today's environment wouldn't be the perfect species in the environment a million years from now. Species go extinct if they fail to adapt to changes in the environment quick enough. That's what's likely to happen if you have individuals who live to be a million years old. The individuals die so the species may live on. Death is unavoidable. If all of life kept procreating without dying we would run out of space in no time. We run out of resources and starve before that happens.

Anyway, what's this "myelinated community"? I'm dying to know.

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Thought this thread got scraped for the over top racist imagery. Fascinating insights porkelin thanks for sharing. Look it up you won't be disappointed. Have a super night. Peace in.

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I already did. Look into evolution. Have a super night!

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Why haven't any apes evolved

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No problem looking into Robert, darwinian population, darwinism, darwin machine, creationism, evolution, evolutionary ethics, evolutionary psychology, William, Spencer, or traducianism ... Peace in.

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Darwinism: it was all in the family
Erasmus Darwin’s famous grandson learned early about evolution.
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Charles Darwin
by Russell Grigg

Many people erroneously think that Charles Darwin (who earned a degree in theology) was once blissfully content with the biblical explanation of origins—until, that is, as an unbiased naturalist, he stumbled across the idea of evolution by observing the ‘facts of nature’ in the Galápagos Islands in 1835.

The truth is significantly otherwise. The concept of evolution had, in fact, been ‘in his family’ ever since his grandfather, Erasmus Darwin, first suggested it in 1770.1

As we have often pointed out, evolutionists do not have any facts that are unavailable to creationists—it is how these facts are interpreted that is significant, and it is ideology which largely determines the interpretation.

Charles Darwin himself said, ‘How odd it is that anyone should not see that all observation must be for or against some view if it is to be of any service!’2

So we need to carefully consider the influences on Darwin’s mindset before he set out aboard the Beagle on his round-the-world trip in 1831. The key to understanding how he was predisposed to interpreting facts in favour of an evolutionary ideology goes back to the beliefs, writings and role model of his grandfather, Erasmus.

Scientist, inventor and doctor
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Erasmus Darwin
Erasmus Darwin (1731–1802) was one of the most erudite, enthusiastic and dedicated scientists/inventors of his day. He completed a major translation from Latin to English of the works of Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778), who devised the plant classification that forms the basis of modern botany.

His many inventions included a speaking machine, a copying machine, and a carriage steering mechanism later used in cars. Indeed, ‘There is scarcely an idea or invention in the modern world that Erasmus Darwin did not originate or foresee, from evolution to eugenics, from airplanes to submarines, from antiseptics to psychoanalysis, from talking-machines to telephones.’3

He began his chosen profession of medicine at Lichfield in 1756. His reputation as a physician was established when he saved the life of a young man from a prominent local family, whom other doctors had declared to be incurable.

Because his cures were ‘unfashionably frequent’ his practice gradually became the largest in the English Midlands. King George III asked him to become his personal physician in London, but Erasmus declined.

In about 1766, he co-founded the Lunar Society—a social club for the great scientists, industrialists and natural philosophers of his day. It has been called ‘the think tank of the Industrial Revolution’ and was the most famous English scientific society of the eighteenth century, after the Royal Society.

Members included James Watt (of steam-engine fame), Joseph Priestley (the discoverer of oxygen), William Murdoch (the inventor of gas-lighting), Josiah Wedgwood (the great potter) and Samuel Galton (a wealthy industrialist). Others in America linked to the Society included Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin.

Epicure, free-thinker and poet
His love of food (particularly fruits, sugar, cream and butter)4 was matched by his dislike of exercise, and by the age of 46 he had grown so corpulent that a semi-circle had to be cut out of his dining table to accommodate his girth at meal times.

Married twice, he sired 12 Darwin offspring and, in between marriages, a further two (known) illegitimate daughters by a Miss Parker. These girls were raised in his home with his other children, and later were the inspiration for a lengthy tract by Erasmus on female education.5

Erasmus was anti-Christianity, anti-slavery, and pro the American and French Revolutions. An outstanding poet, he often wrote his opinions and scientific ideas in verse, the most notable of which were The Botanic Garden (published in two parts, 1789, 1791), which consisted of 4,384 lines of perfectly rhyming couplets, and The Temple of Nature (published posthumously in 1803).

Sample:

‘Cold gills aquatic form respiring lungs,
And sounds aërial flow from slimy tongues.’6,7

Evolution à la Erasmus
Erasmus first tentatively suggested the idea of evolution in 1770. His family coat of arms featured three scallop shells, and to these he added the Latin words E Conchis omnia (‘everything from shells’).

He had this motto painted on his carriage to publicize his theory ‘without anyone noticing’. However, notice they did. Canon Seward of Lichfield Cathedral wrote some satirical verses of his own, complaining that Darwin …

Darwin's bookplate
Eramus Darwin’s bookplate with three scallops on the diagonal. In 1771 he added the words ‘E conchis omnia’ (everything from shells) to demonstrate his belief in evolution.
‘… renounces his Creator
And forms all sense from senseless matter.
Great wizard he! by magic spells
Can all things raise from cockle shells.’8

To avoid offending his rich patients, Erasmus painted over the motto on his carriage, and instead put it on his bookplate (1771).

In the next two decades, Erasmus was emboldened to state more and more of his evolutionary ideas. In The Economy of Vegetation (1792), he proclaimed that the earth was formed from a cosmological explosion:

‘When high in ether, with explosion dire
From the deep craters of his realms of fire,
The Whirling Sun this ponderous planet hurl’d,
And gave the astonish’d void another world.’9

In The Botanic Garden, he said that life began in the sea and progressively developed from there:

‘Organic Life beneath the shoreless waves
Was born and nurs’d in Ocean’s pearly caves;
First forms minute, unseen by spheric glass,
Move on the mud, or pierce the watery mass;
These, as successive generations bloom,
New powers acquire and larger limbs assume;
Whence countless groups of vegetation spring,
And, breathing realms of fin, and feet, and wing.’10

His major work, Zoonomia or the Laws of Organic Life (two volumes, 1794 and 1796), was a huge medical treatise in prose, which included a comprehensive classification of diseases and treatments. Within 10 years, four British and two American editions appeared, and it was translated into German, French and Italian.

It has been called ‘the first consistent all-embracing hypothesis of evolution’, and was published some 65 years before Charles published his version of evolution in On the Origin of Species in 1859.

Erasmus said that ‘millions of ages [i.e. thousands of millions of years] before the commencement of the history of mankind … all warm-blooded animals have arisen from one living filament, which The Great First Cause endued with animality, with the power of acquiring new parts … and thus possessing the faculty of continuing to improve by its own inherent activity, and of delivering down those improvements by generation to its posterity, world without end!’ (I:505)11

Later, in The Temple of Nature, Erasmus extends this to read: ‘“all vegetables and animals now existing were originally derived from the smallest microscopic ones, formed by spontaneous vitality” in primeval oceans.’11 And he says:

Erasmus was strongly anti-Christian, and included Credulity, Superstitious Hope, and the Fear of Hell in his catalogue of diseases.
‘man …
Should eye with tenderness all living forms,
His brother-emmets [i.e. ants], and his sister-worms.’12

Erasmus tried to appease the church-going culture of his day by referring to ‘The Great First Cause’, highlighted in capitals, but quickly affirmed that, once started, evolution needs no divine help, but proceeds ‘by its own inherent ability’. He was strongly anti-Christian, and included ‘Credulity, Superstitious Hope, and the Fear of Hell in his catalogue of diseases.’13

These ideas were widely denounced by writers such as the great poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, who coined the term ‘darwinizing’, meaning speculating wildly, in reference to Erasmus’s evolutionary ideas.14 The Temple of Nature was generally condemned for its ‘total denial of any interference of a Deity’ and he was further assailed for trying ‘to substitute the religion of nature for the religion of the Bible’.15

Erasmus’s influence on Charles
Although Erasmus died seven years before Charles was born, Charles grew up in a household where his father, Robert, had imbibed Erasmus’s ‘free-thinking’ (materialist), anti-Christian ideas. So disbelief was an acceptable trait within the Darwin family—perceived not as ‘a moral crisis or rebellion’, but perhaps even as ‘a filial duty’.16

Charles read and ‘greatly admired’ Zoonomia when he was 18. Years later, when faced with the same sort of censure as Erasmus had faced, Charles tried to disown his grandfather’s book,17 claiming that, ‘on reading it a second time after an interval of ten or fifteen years, I was much disappointed; the proportion of speculation being so large to the facts given’.18 Nevertheless, in 1837, when Charles began writing his ideas in a notebook, he inscribed the word Zoonomia on the title page ‘to signal that he was treading the same path as his grandfather’.19

One of Charles’s chief arguments for evolution is based on the shape of the beaks of finches in response to the types of food available that he saw in the Galápagos Islands in 1835. Is it credible to think that he had not been influenced by what Erasmus had written on the subject?

Namely: ‘Some birds have acquired harder beaks to crack nuts, as the parrot. Others have acquired beaks adapted to break the harder seeds, as sparrows. Others for the softer seeds of flowers, or the buds of trees, as the finches. Other birds have acquired long beaks … and others broad ones … . All … gradually produced during many generations by the perpetual endeavour of the creatures to supply the want of food (I:504).’20

Almost every topic discussed, and example given, in Zoonomia reappears in Charles’s Origin.
Almost every topic discussed, and example given, in Zoonomia reappears in Charles’s Origin. In fact, all but one of Charles’s books have their counterpart in a chapter of Zoonomia or an essay-note to one of Erasmus’s poems.21 And Charles’s own copies of Zoonomia and The Botanic Garden are extensively marked and annotated.

So, Erasmus cast a long shadow which, via his grandson, has made atheism intellectually respectable and changed the worldview of Western mankind from belief in the Creator God to the worship of humanistic hedonism, free from any sense of accountability to the God who is ‘Judge of all the earth’ (Genesis 18:25).

The message for us today is to consider what we pass on to our children and grandchildren. We have the responsibility to teach them the true biblical worldview, which is foundational, not only to our need for salvation, but also to the way of it—through repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, in His death and Resurrection. This will give meaning to their lives, so that they need not flounder in the sea of uncertainty of a man-made anti-God theory, which is now ‘the big lie’ of 21st-century thinking.



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References and notes
Much of this article is based on King-Hele, D., Erasmus Darwin, Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1963. Return to text.
Barlow, N., The Autobiography of Charles Darwin, Collins, London, p. 161, 1958, which quotes Charles’s letter to Henry Fawcett (1861). Return to text.
Colliers Encyclopedia 7:724, 1994. Return to text.
Ref. 1, p. 34. Return to text.
A Plan for the Conduct of Female Education in Boarding Schools, 1797. Return to text.
Ref. 1, p. 73, which quotes The Temple of Nature (I:295–302). Return to text.
This is Erasmus’s version of embryonic recapitulation, a concept which Haeckel fraudulently developed as ‘the biogenetic law’, now known to be totally false. See Grigg, R., Ernst Haeckel: Evangelist for evolution and apostle of deceit, Creation 18(2):33–36, 1996. Return to text.
King-Hele, D., The furtive evolutionist, New Scientist 2390:48–49, 12 April 2003. Return to text.
rochester.edu, accessed August 2003. Return to text.
Ref. 1, p. 73. Return to text.
Ref. 1, p. 71. Numbers in brackets refer to volume and page number in the first edition of Zoonomia. (Ref. 1, p. 46). Return to text.
Ref. 1, p. 90, which quotes The Temple of Nature IV:427–28. Return to text.
Ref. 1, pp. 55, 171. Return to text.
Nichols, A., Erasmus Darwin (1731–1802), dickinson.edu, accessed September 2003. Return to text.
Ref. 1, p. 137. Return to text.
Brentnall, J. and Grigg, R., Darwin’s slippery slide into unbelief, Creation 18(1):34–37, 1995, who quote Himmelfarb, G., Darwin and the Darwinian Revolution, Chatto and Windus, London, p. 10, 1959. Return to text.
Towards the end of his life, Charles relented and wrote a biography of Erasmus, The Life of Erasmus Darwin (1880); he allowed his daughter Henrietta to edit this, and she removed 16%, which she thought too salacious for Victorian readers. Return to text.
Charles Darwin’s Autobiography (edited by Sir Francis Darwin), Henry Schuman, New York, p. 21, 1950. Return to text.
Desmond, A. and Moore, J., Darwin, Penguin Books, London, p. 229, 1992. Return to text.
Ref. 1, p. 70. Return to text.
Ref. 1, pp. 88, 94. Return to text.
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Disregard the creationist part and read how Darwin's grandfather who was a Mason invented evolution

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You'll pass because your evolution theory is a racist psuedo theory

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how is it racist?

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Here's a short, simple, easy-to-digest, animated video explaining how evolution works. They lay it all out much better than I can.



So. How is it racist?

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I don't need to watch that video I've actually studied it and it's not logical

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You ain't studied shit. How far did you get through that molecular cell biology book? You're too scientifically illiterate to read it, talking about "just a theory" and shit. You NEED to watch the video. It's really nothing complex, it's super basic. Only in America, where massive creationist PR campaigns sabotage the educational system, can half the population reject an obvious truth of nature as a convoluted hoax.
You might be trolling - you definitely are at least to some degree - but it doesn't even matter as the effect you have is the same: You're misleading impressionable people.
I say that, but then I remember you got a baphomet on your arm and saturn on your chest.

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I actually have studied it for years , years ago I dont have to watch a video
Claiming a single cell bacteria can replicate itself and form sea animals then they leave the ocean and walk on land turning into insects, reptiles , birds , mammals etc then mammals turn into humans is just totally stupid

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Like we said in here it's called a theory not a fact

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Creationists Point to Huge Holes in Evolution “Theory”
By Eric Hovind|September 27th, 2010|Articles, Intermediate
In Time magazine, August 23, 1999, evolutionist Stephen Jay Gould asserted that “evolution is as well documented as any phenomenon in science” and “we can call evolution a ‘fact.’” This is typical of the stratagem used by evolutionists: If you make a statement strong enough and repeat it often enough, you may be able to convince yourself and others that it may be true. Yet, despite their dogmatism, there are many knowledgeable people who do not believe that the evidence supports the theory of evolution.

Fossils disprove evolution
One of the most powerful pieces of evidence against evolution is the fossil record. If evolution occurred by slow, minute changes in living creatures, there would be thousands of times more transitional forms of these creatures in the fossil beds than complete forms. Since the billions of fossils that have been found are all complete forms, the obvious conclusion is: Evolution never occurred! Though evolutionists have stated that there are many transitional forms, this is simply not true. What evolutionists claim to be transitional forms all have fully functional parts. A true transitional form would have non-functioning parts or appendages, such as the nub of a leg or wing.

Where are the trillions of fossils of such true transitional forms? Critics often say that creationism is simply religion, whereas evolutionism is based on science. The Bible states in Genesis I that all creatures reproduce “after their kind” (no change to another kind, i.e., no transitional forms). So the complete absence of transitional forms in the fossil record supports creationism. Is this scientific evidence for creationism, or isn’t it?

Too many questions and no answers
It can also be noted that evolutionists only discuss this subject in the broadest terms. If evolution is true, why don’t they give us answers to our many questions?

Where did all the 90-plus elements (iron, barium, calcium, silver, nickel, neon, chlorine, etc.) come from? How was it determined how many bonds each element would have for combining with other elements?
How do you explain the precision in the design of the elements, with increasing numbers of electrons in orbit around the nucleus?
Where did the thousands of compounds we find in the world come from—carbon dioxide, sodium chloride, calcium hydroxide, hydrochloric acid, oxalic acid, chlorophyll, sucrose, hydrogen sulfide, benzene, aluminum silicate, mercaptans, propane, silicon dioxide, boric acid, etc.? They could not have developed from the elements, because elements rarely react with each other. For example, did all the salt in the ocean form by sodium reacting with chlorine (a gas)? Therefore almost all compounds had to have been created as compounds. When did all the compounds we find in the world develop—before the big bang, during the big bang, after the big bang? When evolutionists use the term “matter,” which of the thousands of compounds is included? When evolutionists use the term “primordial soup,” which of the elements and compounds is included?
Why do books on evolution, including grade school, high school and college textbooks, not include such important, basic information? Evolutionists are masters of speculation; why don’t they speculate about this?
Life from non-life
How did life develop from non-life?
Where did the human emotions, such as love, hate and jealousy, come from?
What are the odds that the evolutionary process, proceeding by random changes, would produce human beings, plus millions of species of animals, birds, fish and insects, all with symmetrical features, i.e., one side being a mirror image of the other? We take symmetry in all these creatures for granted, but is that a reasonable outcome for a random process?
Spontaneous reproduction
What are the odds that, of the millions of species of animals, birds, fish and insects, a male of each species developed at the same time and in the same place as a female of the same species, so that the species could propagate? Why are there two sexes anyhow? This is not foreordained in the evolutionary framework. Is there some sort of plan here? If the first generation of mating species didn’t have parents, how did the mating pair get to that point? Isn’t evolution supposed to progress when an offspring of a mating pair has a beneficial mutation?

Conclusion: No parents, no evolution. A species would have to jump from a primitive form to a fully developed male and female, each with the ability and instinct to mate.

Organ development
How did the heart, lungs, stomach, veins, blood, kidneys, etc. develop in the first animal by slow, minute steps and the animal survive while these changes were occurring? For example, did the first animal develop 10 percent of complete veins, then 20 percent, and on up to 100 percent, with veins throughout its entire body and brain? Then how did the heart slowly develop in the animal and get attached to the veins in the right spot? How did the blood enter the system? The blood could not enter before the veins were complete or it would spill out. Where did the blood come from? Did the blood have red corpuscles, white corpuscles, platelets and plasma? At what point in this process of development did the heart start beating?
Did the animal develop a partial stomach, then a complete stomach? After the stomach was formed, how did the digestive juices enter the stomach? Where did the hydrochloric acid as part of the digestive juices come from? What about its kidney and bladder? The animal better not eat anything prior to this.
How did the animal survive during these changes (and over thousands of years)? Of course, at the same time, the animal’s eyes must be fully developed so it can see its food, and its brain must be fully developed so the animal can control its body to get to the food. Like the heart, brain, veins and stomach, all of the organs and systems in the first animal’s body must be fully functional in the first moments of life.
The preceding points indicate that evolution couldn’t occur, and the fossil record indicates that it didn’t occur! In other words, if you cannot come up with a detailed, feasible scenario of how the first animal developed, the whole evolutionary theory goes out the window, because it never even could have gotten started. Or is your attitude going to be: Don’t bother me with such details; my mind is made up.

Misleading textbooks
Why do books on evolution, including biology textbooks, always start with a fully developed animal when attempting to explain how one species developed into another species? Why don’t evolutionists first explain how the first animal developed (an animal with a heart, lungs, brain, stomach, etc.)?
What are the odds that the evolutionary process, proceeding by random changes, would produce a system in human reproduction whereby exactly 50 percent of offspring are male and 50 percent are female (based on 50 percent X-chromosomes and 50 percent Y-chromosomes)? Again, is there some sort of plan here?
To a creationist, the incredible complexity of human life, plant life and the universe is absolutely overwhelming evidence that there must have been a designer. Additional evidence for a designer: The law of gravity is basic to an understanding of the universe.

Who invented gravity?
Where did the law of gravity come from? Did it have a beginning? Isn’t it reasonable to assume that when matter was created, the law of gravity was established at the same time to regulate matter? Further evidence: The earth receives an incredible amount of energy from the sun, even though the sun is 93,000,000 miles away. Yet the earth only receives one part in two trillion of the sun’s total energy. And since the sun is only an average star among the 100 trillion billion stars in the universe, the total energy in all these stars is absolutely beyond human comprehension. (It has been written that the number of stars is greater than the number of grains of sand in every beach and desert in the world!)
Where did this energy come from? Isn’t the only reasonable answer that it was the result of a creative act by an almighty designer/creator?
Evolution—A solution by default
Why do evolutionists summarily dismiss the evidence of design without any serious consideration? Professor D.M.S. Watson, zoologist and Chair of Evolution at University College London, has given us some insight as to why this is so. He said, “Evolution [is] a theory universally accepted not because it can be proved by logically coherent evidence to be true, but because the only alternative, special creation, is clearly incredible.” This, of course, is an admission that the foundation of evolution is not science, but a rejection of the supernatural. Evolution then is simply the best alternative anyone has been able to come up with. This also means that evolution is the only field in science where one decides on the answer first, and then looks for evidence to support that predetermined answer.

Other than rejection of the supernatural, how else can one explain the steadfast adherence of evolutionists to this theory even though they do not know the origin of the three main bases of evolution: the origin of matter, the origin of energy and the origin of life?

Truth or dare
If you believe in evolution, can you give just one coercive proof, i.e., a proof that absolutely eliminates any other possible explanation for the origin of the universe, the material world, and human life?

Isn’t it true that, rather than “proofs” of evolution, all that evolutionists can come up with are “evidences” for evolution to someone who already believes in it?

Let’s see some answers to important questions such as these posed in this article, rather than a discussion of what is science and what is religion. That type of discussion is entirely irrelevant. What we seek is the truth, and creationism is a far more reasonable and logical explanation of the origin of the universe, the material world and human life.

NOTE TO STUDENTS: Make a copy of this challenge to evolutionists and ask your teacher or professor to give you answers to these questions. If they cannot, you have a right to be skeptical that what they are teaching about evolution is true. Also, give copies to your fellow students so that they, too, will be aware that there are huge flaws in the theory of evolution. It is still a theory, not a “fact.

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This is fairly interesting the level of faith in science is almost mind boggling. 21 centuries of alleged *evolution* and yet the common cold still kicking the immune systems ass. Since the 80's the term evolution was used in place of adaptation. Care to debate that? The scientific community refuses to sufficiently answer this question so they tap dance around it... where is the fossil record of a mammal that has ever evolved? Peace in.

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I don't believe in creationism but funny these evolutionists can never actually debate, they just tell them that theres so much evidence its basically a fact when asked about evidence

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The common cold evolves too you know, but I wouldn't say it kicks our immune system's ass. If it did, we'd be dead several times over. Since we usually don't die from the cold I'd say your implied argument wears rather thin. It's also, still, based on the assumption that evolution makes perfect. I explained last time how perfect now isn't perfect always. Not because the perfect organism changes but because the conditions around the perfect organism change, in turn making the perfect organism imperfect. Such is the case of the race of arms between our immune system and the flu.
Adaption is an evolutionary mechanism. I don't see a debate there.
Are you really claiming there are no fossils showing changes in structure? What do you mean "fossils of animals that evolved"? Hopefully you're not talking about an individual of one species metamorphosing into and individual of another species because that's not evolution. There's loads of fossils of animals that evolved. Every animal evolved.
The further back in whale fossils you go (timewise), the more their forelimbs resemble those of sheep, pigs, camels, etc (even-toed ungulates). That's evidence of a land-to-sea transition. These fossils can be dated in different ways to show which came first.
There's also direct observation of speciation. Development of drug resistance in pathogens is due to their evolution.
Beside fossil evidence and direct observation of evolution there's the massive amount of DNA evidence that corroborates them (and sometimes corrects them). The theory of evolution doesn't hinge on just one discipline.
Faith in science... Well, no. I'm aware of the problem of induction, but I also realize that scientists are very meticulous about minimizing the odds of false positives. If a correlation is established at sufficiently high confidence, I'll be forced to accept it as fact. I don't know of any more reliable method of finding truths than the scientific method. Science is not based on faith as is creationism (working backward from the conclusion) because you can look up the methods of any experiment, the literature it builds on, the evidence it produced, the arguments made regarding the evidence, and you can even recreate the experiment to see if the procedure described truly yields results as claimed. It's a good system. I'll rather take my chances with the scientific method than place blind faith in some old ass book from a time where history was less fact than fiction.
21 centuries of evolution? Starts with Jebus does it?

Karim, those creationists have no clue what they're talking about. If you insist I debunk it, send me the link of a good one (don't copy/paste the text) and I'll go through it the next time I'm bored.
A scientific theory is not like one of your hunches. If it's not really real, then what explains all the evidence (facts) that suggest it's real? Dumb luck? Confirmation bias? Corruption?
You may find the process of evolution incredulous. That in itself means nothing. You need to argue why you came to the conclusion. Implying it's ridiculous is not an argument.
It's mindblowing, humbling, dizzying to think about life over the span of a billion years. That number is so large that we can't really grasp it on an intuitive level. A water tank of 50 tonnes leaks one drop per year. The time it takes to empty is 1 billion years. That's the scale of time it takes for a single cell organism to evolve through natural selection into complex colonies of cells composing multicellular organisms, which includes us. Each cell of your body contains multiple mitochondria within them. These are prokaryotes who built a mutualistic relationship with the eukaryotes from within. It contains its own DNA and functions for the eukaryote as a powerplant, essentially a slave. You're composed of trillions of such cells, each of which is alive and cooperating. 90% of the cells in/on your body are microbes. Microbes that intrude into our tissue might, if it's persistent, get broken down, its components analyzed, tailorfitted antibodies based on the analysis through random DNA recombinations, targeted by specialized immune cells, destroyed and its remnants absorbed by your own cells.
Point is the history of evolution is but one of countless intriguing lessons of biology. Life is crazy and endlessly fascinating. Don't sweat the religious protest, they only protest because the evidence challenges their particular faith.

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