By: Alexander Lourenco
Of animals known to the world of the scientist, few have been more well-studied than humans; the field of anthropology is in fact devoted to us. An interesting study in evolution, to be sure, as humans are quite possibly the most well-adapted of all species...
By: Christine G.
When the first hominids made their appearance on the continent of Africa four or five million years ago, they were part of the food chain, just like any other animal. They ate plants and were eaten by large predators. Two or three million years later...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Joel Kontinen
A recent study in the journal Paleontology includes a paper on the discovery of a horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) fossil said to date from the Upper Ordovician period or some 445 million years ago. The study, conducted by David M. Rudkin of Royal Ontario Museum...
By: Josh Greenberger
The Crumbling Facade Of The Theory Of EvolutionDoes the fossil record disprove the theory of evolution?(March 2008) An analysis of the fossil record, leaves little doubt that mutations of a random nature could not possibly have been the driving force behind the development of...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Bohdan Rewko (Bo of T.O.)
The question of whether organisms always evolve into more complex forms assumes that simple organisms can evolve into complex forms. This in itself is a postulation with no foundation.Nature provides countless examples of organisms genetically deteriorating, or devolving, but there is no scientific evidence...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Michael Tabbs
Last Thursday, I got home from another fruitless day at the office working out another accounting error for end of year taxes. My boss had decided that his math was better than the excel spreadsheet designed to minimize flaws, only because he got promoted by...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Sean Davis
Evolution, it can be seen through most if not all of the plant and animal species that have been around through out the millennia and even through archeology. Religion states that God created the heavens and the Earth but what it doesn't state is how...
The theory of evolution explained
By: Randy Crum
Evolution is really a very simple idea. It's based on two easily accepted and understood concepts.The first is that populations of organisms change over time. Even a creationist would concede this point. The differing races of humans on Earth could not all look like...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Jeremy ball
The hyper vocabulary usage of the no side of the debate on the organisms ALWAYS EVOLVING INTO COMPLEX FORMS; KEEP UP THOUGH YOU ALREADY KNOW "remember quantity in relevance the "need" of that inter-dependence,the, depending on one and others. The "need", the in deeds...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Eric Lannak
Organisms do not always evolve into more complex forms.The alligator and the shark are wonderful examples. These creatures have remained virtually unchanged for eons.The flu virus has evolved forever, changing from one kind of flu virus to another. It has not gained complexity...

 

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