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That's funny as hell.
evolutions a flawed theory, but i won't be going along claiming its just a theory since that would not get me anywhere, theories need some evidence supporting them yet the what evolution is based on is evidence for natural selection:( the dead part was quite funny though especially since i dont know ANYONE who doesnt bury someone whose dead. lastly if the rapist in the top right knew the judgement that he would face then he would not do what he did:D all i'll say!!
Evolution is proven, claiming it isn't doesn't change that fact which is backed up by at least a million peer-reviewed papers.
The theory of the earth moving around the sun or about gravity, general relativity ect. have more flaws than evolution, does it make them not true as well? Its correct that the most important part is natural selection, but its backed up with tons of evidences, more than gravity as silly as it sounds. And the flaws in it arent making any difference, it just shows that we have to keep studying.
Also the theory has many possible applications in genetics and health care, even in engineering, architecture, robotics ect. Understanding evolution helps us to understand life and some aspects and achievements of our civilized world.
No. Because a rapist is driven by compulsion. It doesnt matter if you know the law or not, the compulsion is always stronger. It is a genetical problem, not a problem of morality. Animalic insticts that prove evolution again btw.
actaully god has no justice, godsjudgement in the bible is the exact opposite of justice.
if the danger of a REAL punishment doesnt stop rapists why would an imaginary one do anything.
and as i have been trying to show you through my lessons to you that evolution is flawed, sigh do i have to start all over again, or should i just go to basic bio 101?
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