me either. That wasn't the point. You're talking as if all humans were either monogomous or polygomous (at least that's how I read it) and I'm telling you that some are, some aren't.Originally Posted by [b
no.. that's how many drugs and stuff are tested (first). by comparing humans with mice or pigs or others.Originally Posted by [b
yes, environment is one part, but what makes us humans are genes. (and the environment shaped our genes)Originally Posted by [b
how do you know they'd act polygomous or monogomous? that's the whole point of what I'm trying to say! it's in your genes. If humans were "wild" some may be monogomous and others would be polygomous. Some humans just naturally feel the need to have more than one partner, and others don't. it depends on your genes.
EXACTLY! that's why they're different speciesOriginally Posted by [b
no because they mated them before and they only produced INFERTILE MALE offspring.Originally Posted by [b
what other theories? people keep talking about these other options and stuff but so far no one tells me what other options besides creationism/intelligent design there are. and I've researched/debated about creationism and so far it has absolutely no credibility in my mind.Originally Posted by [b
what is there to be open minded about!!! you haven't stirred up curiosity because saying a supreme being made everything to me is illogical. There's nothing to be open minded about.Originally Posted by [b
Yes, I've made up my mind, but that doesn't mean it's impossible to change it. Is there any reason why I sould?(change my mind... or why I shouldn't have made up my mind?) Is there any evidence for anything besides evolution? Is there any evidence AGAINST evolution? If something comes up, I'll "open" my mind, but nothing has come up. I've asked for people to give me reasons... nobody has.
Just because I don't believe that creationism has any credibility doesn't mean I'm close minded. You're the one that's looking close minded by saying that.
exactly. and I will do that when you show me a good argument!!! I'm not close minded. (not meant for you EP)Originally Posted by [b
yes we do. Heart disease, cancer, diabetes, aids, allergies, etc. all have at least something to do with genes. You can't completely cure those things. More people die if they have those things than if they don't, so natural selection is happening SLOWLY. As long as there are things that kill some humans more than others because of genes, there will be natural selection.Originally Posted by [b