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Please E-mail me if you use this or have any questions or comments Themacman2002yahoocom Evolution The origin of organisms The word God has no place in science Due to the fact that everything in science has some kind of explanation which is factual Which in turns brings up the question of how everything came to be as it is today Ignoring the creation of the space stars and planets the question is how did life on this planet come to be and has it changed The answer to this question is that all life started as single cell organisms And that over time these cells evolved All modern day scientists believe in evolution because it is a fact The term theory is no longer appropriate when referring to evolution because evolution is a fact There is evidence to support this as well Scientists have gone out and found fossils of the same animals and can see how they have changed over time There is no contradiction to this Evolution is a crystal clear fact But the mechanisms that bring evolution about still need clarification and are not proven To begin further discussion a clear definition is needed for evolution Evolution is the theory that species change over time But this definition is not accurate and yet is it from the back of a biology textbook As stated above evolution is a fact all species changed in some way over time Any reasonable person who is not clouded by religious ideas or pure stubbornness can comprehend this Because proof is all around us relating to evolution it can not be denied as a fact Charles Darwin is the first man to receive widely acknowledged credit for evolution This is because Darwin had a large amount of substantial proof for his explanations But Darwin was not the first to write on evolution Lamarck Buffon and even Darwins grandfather Erasmus Darwin had studied evolution in
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