So there's this dude, goes by the name of Ham (how fitting), and he's preachin that evolution is a hoax. Now, many of you are probably not aware but there are some things that really irk me. One is moths, two is stupid people, and three is Evangelists. I swear man, ever try gettin in an arguement with one? Yeah, don't bother. There's so many looholes in both cases, it goes on for friggin ever. Anyway, enough bitchin about God's little soldiers.
So this Ham dude is goin around preachin that kids should argue with their teachers regarding evolution (the ones that aren't afraid to get sued by the parents for teaching their kids something they don't want them to learn). So here's his arguement: When someone explains the evolution theory, kids are supposed to be all smartass and reply briskly "You weren't there!". Yeah, sounds adorable. Then the evolutioninaire is supposed to say "Neither were you" Then the kid shoots back a "But I have a historical book that recounts all this blahblahblah". What this kind of retort fails to tell is that the bible has been changed ever since it's creation to match the politcal views at the time of the change. Worst thing about about these kind of answers is that there's no real way to end the arguement.
We've heard all about the Religous arguement, and it's all fine and well. Now here's the one I support, the evolutionist arguement. Where's their proof? Not in a book, where you use stories to create images in your head. No sir, their evidence lies in things that you can see with your eyes. Bones, skin samples, charts, graphs, etc. There is proof of land-walkin whales, prehistoric horses, and gigantic friggin badges and whatnot.
Now my arguement (most important of all). Let's assume there's some crazy disaster. Example, howabout a freak storm that brings about a second ice-age. Many people kick the bucket, the stronger ones live (Darwin: Survival of the fittest). Evangelists and evolutionists will most likely agree up to this point. Where the human race goes, however, is where the path diverges. Evangelists will believe that *pop* new people will just appear. Obviously they won't adapt to their surroundings like normal animals (Darwin: Adaptation aka EVO-FUCKIN-LUTION!), but God shall simply poof everything alright again. Evolutionists will argue that people will begin to mutate to better suit their new lifestyles. Of course we're not talkin instantaneous, that would be far too convienient. Depending on the climate conditions, it could be anywhere from 200-1000 years beofre noticable changes take place.
Well, I hope you enjoyed that little rant. Those of you religious folk don't take it too personally, this is just one man's take on a one subject. Keep in mind that although it sounds a lot like I know what I'm talking about, I didn't really do any research. All of the above is just assumptions. Like now, I make the assumption that this Ham dude rapes pigs. That's right. Farm animals. Bastard. Later!