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#1 gilbo12345

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Posted 04 April 2012 - 04:08 AM

Hey all, just wondering how evolutionists have explained the exoskeleton evolved.

As I haven't really found anything relating to a method, merely that having armour is useful so it evolved..


I'll have a bit more of a search and see what I find, however if any evolutionists would like to share some info it would give us more to chat about :D

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Posted 11 May 2012 - 11:53 AM

Hey all, just wondering how evolutionists have explained the exoskeleton evolved.

As I haven't really found anything relating to a method, merely that having armour is useful so it evolved..


I'll have a bit more of a search and see what I find, however if any evolutionists would like to share some info it would give us more to chat about :D


Hi gilbo,
I am not a proponent of evolution theory (although I admit it's Biblically possible) because I don't know enough of the science behind it, so for the time being I remain creationist. However, I think scientists have got some good ideas where arthropods would have evolved from. In a progressive creationist perspective - which I currently hold to - animals would have been created in a step-by-step process. I did find some links on arthropod evolution/phylogeny:

http://www.cals.ncsu...arthropods.html

http://www.gwu.edu/~...rotostomes.html

http://arthropods.nh...arthropods.html

http://evolution.ber...thropods_toc_01

Have any thoughts on theistic evolution?

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Posted 11 May 2012 - 02:04 PM

Hi gilbo,
I am not a proponent of evolution theory (although I admit it's Biblically possible)


How is it Biblically possible?
In other words, if you claim that it is Biblically possible you must have scriptural evidence to make such a claim...

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Posted 13 May 2012 - 07:26 AM

Hi gilbo,
I am not a proponent of evolution theory (although I admit it's Biblically possible) because I don't know enough of the science behind it, so for the time being I remain creationist. However, I think scientists have got some good ideas where arthropods would have evolved from. In a progressive creationist perspective - which I currently hold to - animals would have been created in a step-by-step process. I did find some links on arthropod evolution/phylogeny:

http://www.cals.ncsu...arthropods.html

http://www.gwu.edu/~...rotostomes.html

http://arthropods.nh...arthropods.html

http://evolution.ber...thropods_toc_01

Have any thoughts on theistic evolution?


Your links didn't reveal any answers as to how this could have occurred. They merely assume that it did, and go on to describe what an exoskeleton is etc.

I'd much prefer if you could please post yourself the gist of the links or provide a relevant quote since just posting a bunch of links doesn't really further anything nor do I have the time to sift through websites.

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Posted 13 May 2012 - 11:56 AM



Hi gilbo,
I am not a proponent of evolution theory (although I admit it's Biblically possible) because I don't know enough of the science behind it, so for the time being I remain creationist. However, I think scientists have got some good ideas where arthropods would have evolved from. In a progressive creationist perspective - which I currently hold to - animals would have been created in a step-by-step process. I did find some links on arthropod evolution/phylogeny:

http://www.cals.ncsu...arthropods.html

http://www.gwu.edu/~...rotostomes.html

http://arthropods.nh...arthropods.html

http://evolution.ber...thropods_toc_01

Have any thoughts on theistic evolution?



Your links didn't reveal any answers as to how this could have occurred. They merely assume that it did, and go on to describe what an exoskeleton is etc.

I'd much prefer if you could please post yourself the gist of the links or provide a relevant quote since just posting a bunch of links doesn't really further anything nor do I have the time to sift through websites.



Evidently this is the best you’ll get out of Calum; from my experience with him anyway. As you’ll notice, lots of bold claims, then nothing of substance when you ask for it.

Eventually he’ll either provide validation for his claims, admit his claims are mere opinion, or simply move on as someone who didn’t get validation for false claims.




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