• How come there is no observable proof of modern-claimed evolution in any animal?

    No animal evolves into another and there's no proof that it does and still, no observable proof is presented. lolololololol. How hilarious, just oh so hilar.
    No animal evolves into another and there's no proof that it does and still, no observable proof is presented. lolololololol. How hilarious, just oh so hilar.
    17 answers · 1 day ago
  • What happened to the dinosaurs? Why are they not around anymore?

    Best answer: Technically they are still around since birds are the modern dinosaurs. But most dinosaurs disappeared around 65 million years ago during a mass extinction event. This mass extinction was caused by the consequences of a series of catastrophes like gigantic volcanic activity and an enormous meteor crashing on what... show more
    Best answer: Technically they are still around since birds are the modern dinosaurs.

    But most dinosaurs disappeared around 65 million years ago during a mass extinction event. This mass extinction was caused by the consequences of a series of catastrophes like gigantic volcanic activity and an enormous meteor crashing on what is today Mexico.
    Whatever the causes really are, something caused massive changes to the whole planet's environment, leading 75% of the planet's species to go extinct.

    If you want more information about this extinction event, you can search for the Cretaceous-Tertiary (or KT) extinction.
    14 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Which is more accurate? Creationism or Evolution?

    There's a group that built a replica of Noah'a Ark in Kentucky and they say Creationism is true.
    There's a group that built a replica of Noah'a Ark in Kentucky and they say Creationism is true.
    21 answers · 3 days ago
  • Did early man expel only nitrogen?

    Best answer: You're in luck! Members of this forum are actual, authentic, real-life "persons."
    Best answer: You're in luck! Members of this forum are actual, authentic, real-life "persons."
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you think it will be possible to have a sex change from woman to man and then reverse it fully back to birth state gender?

    I'm woman, born a woman I've never questioned my gender, I just think it would be interesting and good insight to become a man for a few years. But then have it reversed back, maybe have some kids, stay a woman for a while but reverse a second time to experience being an elderly man but then reverse it back... show more
    I'm woman, born a woman I've never questioned my gender, I just think it would be interesting and good insight to become a man for a few years. But then have it reversed back, maybe have some kids, stay a woman for a while but reverse a second time to experience being an elderly man but then reverse it back to birth gender ? Is this possible or will be in the next 20-40 years?
    6 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Do both of our parents influence each of our chromosomes?

    If an x chromosome comes from each of our parents, and females ignore one of the chromosomes, do they shut out all of the genes of one parent. Like, is the x chromosome for the dad ignored, and a female carries all of her traits from her mom, or the other way around? Same with males, do our dads have effect on... show more
    If an x chromosome comes from each of our parents, and females ignore one of the chromosomes, do they shut out all of the genes of one parent. Like, is the x chromosome for the dad ignored, and a female carries all of her traits from her mom, or the other way around? Same with males, do our dads have effect on our x chromosome genes, and do our moms have effect on our y chromosome gene?
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • How did early mammals overcome the negative effects of inbreeding given their limited numbers?

    Mammals are (collectively) far more susceptible to genetic defects from inbreeding than creatures of any other taxonomic class are. At the very beginning of any given mammalian species, there were only a tiny number of individuals, and ‘their DNA’ had to be extremely similar to their mate’s in order to be able to... show more
    Mammals are (collectively) far more susceptible to genetic defects from inbreeding than creatures of any other taxonomic class are. At the very beginning of any given mammalian species, there were only a tiny number of individuals, and ‘their DNA’ had to be extremely similar to their mate’s in order to be able to produce viable, fertile offspring. So, when a male and female produced healthy, ‘fit’ offspring, then this progeny also had an extremely limited selection of mates (i.e.; parents, offspring, & siblings, to choose from — and later nieces, nephews, and ‘double-first cousins’). Today, we see Inbreeding Depression among the descendants of these prehistoric mammals, yet I would think that inbreeding would have doomed the earliest mammals eons ago.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do people's faces look deformed after receiving gunshot wounds to it?

    Is it because of cell/tissue death following the shot or something? I've seen pictures of people with entire parts of their faces missing or severe inflation of the face. Surely a regular handheld gun can't do that?
    Is it because of cell/tissue death following the shot or something? I've seen pictures of people with entire parts of their faces missing or severe inflation of the face. Surely a regular handheld gun can't do that?
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • If my daughter is 11 years old and is 4' 9 how tall would she be?

    My husband is 5'6 and I'm 5'2.
    My husband is 5'6 and I'm 5'2.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do people think if they get a sex change that they are no longer what they were born as.?

    DNA cannot be changed no matter what you do if you are born a woman it says your a woman YOUR a woman...and same goes if your a dude....DNA cannot be changed so changing your sex is pointless
    DNA cannot be changed no matter what you do if you are born a woman it says your a woman YOUR a woman...and same goes if your a dude....DNA cannot be changed so changing your sex is pointless
    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • What does observation mean in biology?

    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is it even possible for a human to live forever?

    Best answer: Although the life expectancy of human beings is rising all the time due to improved medicine it is obviously impossible for us to live forever.

    I don't believe scientists' have come anywhere near age reversal.
    Best answer: Although the life expectancy of human beings is rising all the time due to improved medicine it is obviously impossible for us to live forever.

    I don't believe scientists' have come anywhere near age reversal.
    12 answers · 1 week ago