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    Quote Originally Posted by Husband&Father View Post

    But bathwater has organisms in it. All organisms evolve right? If I fill a tub it should only be a matter of time before I get a fish or a mermaid or something completely different right?
    Well, if you give those bathwater organisms abundant food, change their environment periodically (so as to give the species of organisms in the tub a need to adapt to changing conditions), provide plenty of new oxygen, and wait a billion years or so, then your bathwater sea monkeys could potentially become little micro-fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonahdog View Post
    Sure, go ahead, do that. Report back. At least if you spend your time waiting for the fish or mermaid you won't have any time to clog up the internet with such ridiculousness as the above.
    A fish (eventually) from a tub of bathwater is "ridiculousness" but life beginning and (eventually) evolving into a fish (among other things) from the "primordial waters" is science?

    What were the primordial waters if not the used bathwater of the cosmos?

    If it is ridiculous today to imagine a fish evolving (over a couple of billion years) from a tub of dirty water than it is ridiculous to imagine a fish evolving from any water at any time in history.
    From whence came hydrogen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Jennings View Post
    Well, if you give those bathwater organisms abundant food, change their environment periodically (so as to give the species of organisms in the tub a need to adapt to changing conditions), provide plenty of new oxygen, and wait a billion years or so, then your bathwater sea monkeys could potentially become little micro-fish.
    Well, of course a sea monkey can become a micro fish if, if if,.
    The only problem is that a sea monkey is at least as complex as a micro fish.so the question becomes how did it evolve.
    The theory of evolution starts with a complex, reproducing ,living thing already in existence. How did it get there?
    From whence came hydrogen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Husband&Father View Post
    Well, of course a sea monkey can become a micro fish if, if if,.
    The only problem is that a sea monkey is at least as complex as a micro fish.so the question becomes how did it evolve.
    The theory of evolution starts with a complex, reproducing ,living thing already in existence. How did it get there?
    Exactly ! How did it get there ?
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    God created the primitive life that evolved into life as we know it today.

    "Mortal man was never the property of the archdeceivers. Jesus did not die to ransom man from the clutch of the apostate rulers and fallen princes of the spheres. The Father in heaven never conceived of such crass injustice as damning a mortal soul because of the evil doing of his ancestors."UB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caino View Post
    God created the primitive life that evolved into life as we know it today.
    To say that God created "primitive" life does not make you less of a creationist. The most primitive life is incredibly complex. It has locomotion, energy intake, waste disposal, reproduction via DNA and RNA. There is hardly any such thing as primitive life only mind mindbogglingly complex life and even more mindbogglingly complex life.
    From whence came hydrogen?

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