Cool summary of micro/macro-evolution

Here’s a great summary of the differences between micro-evolution and macro-evolution, and why creationists like to confuse people by suggesting one exists and the other does not. It’s pretty obvious to anyone with half a brain that if micro-evolution is true, over a long period of time, small changes in the genome would accumulate to eventually lead to an entirely new species. It’s only hard for them to believe this because their religious convictions assure them the magical sky man created everything as it is today. How can they simultaneously accept the mechanism of evolution (by admitting “micro-evolution is real) without understanding what it ultimately means? With a lot of intellectual dishonesty, that’s how!

(thanks cdk007 for the great vid)

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    Charlie

    very good.

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    Kevin

    Very useful for people not in a biological background.

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    Michele Watch

    When he who hears does not know what he who speaks means, and when he who speaks does not know what he himself means, that is philosophy

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    Mack Legget

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    nikki

    okay i’m confused. i understand what people think about the big bang theory and everything and their proof backing it… but i have a question. where did the first particle of anything, any substance or atom or anything, come from? It couldn’t just appear one day could it? Do evolutionists believe that the particle or whatever was there since the beginning of time? If so, how do they explian that thought?

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