Ironic isn't it?

Ironic isn't it? | THE HUMAN BEING IS THE MOST COMPLEX MACHINE IN EXISTENCE ARE YOU KIDDING ME...THEY CAN BE MADE BY ACCIDENT | image tagged in captain obvious,memes,dj pauly d,funny,humans,human machine | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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MADE BY ACCIDENT | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
lol
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I WAS BORN THERE TOO | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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THE SERVICE AT THIS HOSPITAL SUCKS | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Captain Picard Facepalm Meme | YOU SCARE ME SOMETIMES | image tagged in memes,captain picard facepalm | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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deep thoughts with Captain Kirk | HEY THAT LOOKS FUNNY WHEN THE HELL DID I MAKE IT | image tagged in deep thoughts with captain kirk | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
What's really scary is I can't remember what I made that pic for originally lol!
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Futurama Fry Meme | IT LOOKS LIKE ONE OF YOUR EARLIER WORKS | image tagged in memes,futurama fry | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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WHAT A WASTE | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
True, Brian's head is too big I pay more attention to that sort of thing now. I think that pic went along with this one lol!
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So they held this meme for 10 hours today...can you believe that?
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They held my nsfw one for almost 8 until the middle of the night last night so yeah I believe it lol. Just submitted one that will take forever I am sure but my bday one went through in 3. I still have a submission left for today if I can open my eyes enough to make one. The Snooki pickle one took a lot out of me ;)
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I realized Snooki pickle one might not be enough of an explanation to just leave things at haha! imgflip.com/i/211b0g proof of the power of my bday buzz right here!
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stole it from you and just love it.
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Help yourself.
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I'll have a thorough look next Octoberfest. If they are here, they probably would come to this place to study the craziness of people from all over the world.
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Hey, you are smart with money, Buggylememe! MEEM, you bet! It’s not so easy for non-citizens, but I guess the type of guy in your picture changed quickly in the basement and played the tour guide for some newbies –so here we have a MEEM and a MEME.
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You mean like Ajit Pai?
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No idea what that is.
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The little shit that just destroyed net neutrality.
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He was probably made by accident.
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Well, the chances of evolution creating all the species of the earth, and us as well is lower than googleplex
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The funny thing about everybody wanting to argue about evolution is that this meme is nothing about that at all...LOL
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Well, it is a litte bit. The fact that these amazing machines replicate themselves (with variations) even by accident raises the question who invented that replication mechanism.
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My thought process on this meme never went past the irony of the world's most complex machine being made without even trying...I guess some people just need to find a reason to argue...doesn't matter what the subject matter is...Turning it into religion vs evolution is so far off the mark that it's just sad.
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Ha, ha, Cobalt, not by accident, it's because you thought element no. 27 was the greatest!
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Thanks for the compliment! I don't want to deepen this any more, though. I just wanted to let you know that there are some people around who keep their eyes and ears open. Have a good week!
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most machines cant be made by accident or without knowledge from their creators, so yes it is quite impressive
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B/c that type of nonsense belongs in our schools
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Evolution doesn't say that life came into existence from nothing. You must be thinking of abiogenesis. If you have an idea which explains the diversity of life on this planet which is supported by mountains of evidence and follows the scientific method, the scientific community would love to hear it.

Well...?
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In addition to just a quick reference to your condescending attitude, red herrings, and other nonsense, I think I'd like to mention that your sarcasm is somewhere close to on point.

Did you consider that the current theory taught in the schools that I have visited is called "evolution" and that it contains abiogenesis?

There is no "idea which explains the diversity of life on this planet which is supported by mountains of evidence and follows the scientific method" - and I never claimed that there was. You used a straw man argument - but no - I never claimed I had another position. I merely commented onto the fact that schools are teaching something nonsensical. I could propose a better theory - but there is nothing to gain from it for me or you at this time.

A travesty would occur if I were not to mention your use of swearing with a rainbow pony - both of which are sad in my opinion.

A very good day to you all!
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What red herring did I use?

Evolution and abiogenesis are two different branches of biology. Evolution is well-supported by evidence, research and observation. Abiogenesis, to my understanding, is somewhat supported by evidence and research, but still has a long way to go. The current theory taught in schools is the theory of evolution, because it is currently the one best supported by the facts. Could it be overturned someday? Of course; any scientific theory could be.

"There is no "idea which explains the diversity of life on this planet which is supported by mountains of evidence and follows the scientific method""

Yes, there is. It's called the theory of evolution.

I didn't use a strawman fallacy because I didn't misrepresent your position. I merely said that if you have a better hypothesis to explain the diversity of life on planet Earth, scientists would definitely be interested in hearing it. You didn't say you have a better idea, that's true. But I was merely throwing that suggestion out there.

Please explain how the theory of evolution is nonsensical.

"I could propose a better theory - but there is nothing to gain from it for me or you at this time."

If you could propose a better theory which is supported by evidence and facts, literally everybody in academia would gain from it.

Your pointing out of the purple pony's penchant for profuse profanities is properly and pleasantly perceptive.
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Your red herring is asking if I have a theory that has mountains of evidence. It is not relevant to the complaint I was making.

The theory of evolution (not even the fact that it is based on abiogenesis and has no other way of explaining the existence of life, matter, or energy, or the existence of coherent laws of nature as far as I have heard).

The most simple nonsensical piece of evolution separate from its lack of any scientific explanation for the existence of the universe is its dependency upon creatures gaining genetic information over mutation, a process that damages and alters, but does not add genetic information in any kind of predictable or productive way. The evolutionary progression by microevolution alone does not explain the diversity of life forms that we see - macro evolution would be required, and at the moment evidence (as well as common sense) really doesn't favor macroevolution.

If I went to propose the theory that I believe is most substantially evidenced, I would state at best one that is not fully supported by evidence. Science has its limits - and I think that this field will never eliminate the doubts of all. However, if pushed, I will perhaps share what I think created the universe, albeit my original goal was merely to reference how silly our current origin theory of evolution/abiogenesis.

Alliteration alters all anomalies allowing for awesome aerial arguments. (That was not nearly as good as your alliteration - well done.)

Thank you for your willingness to discuss this in a useful fashion rather than merely hurling derogatory reference and memes back and forth.
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"Your red herring is asking if I have a theory that has mountains of evidence. It is not relevant to the complaint I was making."

I'm not quite sure I would call that a red herring.

"The theory of evolution (not even the fact that it...has no other way of explaining the existence of life, matter, or energy, or the existence of coherent laws of nature as far as I have heard)."

This is a red herring. You are pointing out that evolution doesn't explain things like matter or energy, but those are not what the theory of evolution deals with.

"The most simple nonsensical piece of evolution separate from its lack of any scientific explanation for the existence of the universe..."

Evolution deals with issues of biology, not cosmology. This is another red herring.

"...is its dependency upon creatures gaining genetic information over mutation, a process that damages and alters, but does not add genetic information in any kind of predictable or productive way."

I know the claim that evolution can't explain the increase in genomic information has been addressed numerous times by evolutionary biologists, but I can't recall the explanation at the moment. I think we would both need to study it further.

"The evolutionary progression by microevolution alone does not explain the diversity of life forms that we see - macro evolution would be required, and at the moment evidence (as well as common sense) really doesn't favor macroevolution."

Microevolution and macroevolution are terms used by people who want to accept small evolutionary changes but deny large ones. There is no difference between the two. It's all the same process. Would you call going to the mailbox a "microwalk" and going a mile down the street a "macrowalk"? Of course not. They're both walks. One is just longer than the other. It's the exact same process.

"Science has its limits - and I think that this field will never eliminate the doubts of all."

I completely agree.

Thank you for your compliment. And your alliteration was well-done, too.

I admit my original meme comment was rude, and I apologize for that. I tend to get exasperated rather quickly because I deal with the same arguments time and time again, long after they've been debunked.
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I'll try to keep the responses short.

The concept of "Evolution" has been presented to me as an all-encompassing explanation for abiogenesis, development of organisms, the origin of mass/energy/time/laws of nature, etc. Would you like to deal with the different terms for each piece - I don't know them. I lumped them all together - which I learned is improper.

I found a quick article for research that takes your side strongly, and I just wanna comment on one small part of it real quick - I could talk about the rest, but time is

https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn13673-evolution-myths-mutations-can-only-destroy-information/

The examples given of "information added by mutation" are in fact not new programming for new structures but merely the rearrangement or failure to discontinue already present structures - this cannot account for any change in genus. Species is not well-defined line - and we do see more species form all the time.

Macroevolution requires more than microevolution steps. Microevolution can make small changes - but to change from a plant to an animal or a fish to an amphibian takes much more drastic change than microevolution - even if you had a large quantity of micro evolutionary steps.

Thx for the time.
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Although the term could be used for other areas like chemical evolution, it usually just refers to change over time regarding biological organisms. Abiogenesis, the origin of mass and energy, etc, are different than evolution.

I'll have to check out that article; unfortunately, I can't read it right now.

"this cannot account for any change in genus. Species is not well-defined line - and we do see more species form all the time."

Species is usually defined as a population of organisms which are interfertile (they can reproduce with each other and bear fertile offspring). What exactly a species is does have some wiggle room, as some animals can reproduce but only rarely produce fertile offspring. Speciation is one species changing to another. This has been observed both in the wild and in the laboratory. There are even different ways it can happen (Google sympatric speciation and allopatric speciation).

Like I said before, the process is the same. Macroevolution and microevolution aren't even terms that biologists really use, because they don't make those distinctions. You can fill a barrel with water one teaspoon at a time, if you had enough time. And you can fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool one teaspoon at a time, if you had enough time. The process is the same. Anything beyond the "species" level of taxonomy (such as family or genus) is an arbitrary classification. Humans try to fit nature into neat little boxes because it's easier to understand it that way. But the reality is, nature doesn't fit into neat little boxes.
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Cannot provide anything as long as our math is as buggy as it is - it's probably a weird mixture of things!
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Math is as Buggy? BUGGY! OMG! Thnx for noticing me senpai. I love you senpai. :3
I have a severe mental issue with my brain, it's called anime
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Yes it is. And it looks as if it has indeed been a major catastrophe for science. As regards anime, I have no idea about this, never saw it. But I certainly know about severe mental issues - so severe that I have to keep my mouth shut. I wish you all the best for whatever bothers you, and never give up <3!
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My life is bread
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wair for it, the wine will come!
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Upvoted your other 2 memes too. Just trying hard not to comment. lol
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:)
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Mayyybe :)
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