• Atheists, could dogs live in water for 10000 year & evolve into other kind of animal?

    Best answer: No. 10,000 years is just not long enough for any kind of significant change to take place.
    Best answer: No. 10,000 years is just not long enough for any kind of significant change to take place.
    23 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Can flies sting you?

    24 answers · 2 days ago
  • Http://www.icr.org/article/no-fruit-fly-evolution-even-after-600/ I?

    I'm not a creationist but some Christian said evolution isn't real and told me to read this. Is what it says true?
    I'm not a creationist but some Christian said evolution isn't real and told me to read this. Is what it says true?
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • If everyone knew the truth about race and biology would racism come back?

    Racism doesn't have to be bad. Only if you hate other races or think your race is superior to others then racism becomes bad. If people learned about biological racism and knew a little bit of the facts about race then I think most people would want segregation since homogeneous societies always do better and... show more
    Racism doesn't have to be bad. Only if you hate other races or think your race is superior to others then racism becomes bad. If people learned about biological racism and knew a little bit of the facts about race then I think most people would want segregation since homogeneous societies always do better and are happier.
    7 answers · 3 hours ago
  • Where do PLANTS fit in, regarding the THEORY of evolution?

    Best answer: They invented it.

    Only those with a vegatable brain could accept Evolution, or of course, those with an evil motive.
    Best answer: They invented it.

    Only those with a vegatable brain could accept Evolution, or of course, those with an evil motive.
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can they tell DNA from a VERY small piece of hair or highly unlikely?

    Can they tell DNA from a VERY small piece of hair or highly unlikely?

    Best answer: Depends on whether the hair contains the root. The cells in the hair shaft are stuffed with keratin, without DNA. The root of the hair has cells that still have DNA. Mitochondrial DNA can still be found on the hair shaft but mitochondrial DNA cannot be used to identify a person individually since a person's own... show more
    Best answer: Depends on whether the hair contains the root. The cells in the hair shaft are stuffed with keratin, without DNA. The root of the hair has cells that still have DNA. Mitochondrial DNA can still be found on the hair shaft but mitochondrial DNA cannot be used to identify a person individually since a person's own mother, grandmother, maternal uncles and aunts, and the person's siblings all have the same mitochondrial DNA.
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Global warming will cause changes in weather patterns, and small vertebrates such as birds, rodents,?

    Best answer: I am not sure what those effects may be and not sure what kind of changes will be to the weather pattern. If there is a claim that small warm-blooded vertebrates are affected, then it may have something to do with the fact that small objects have proportionally larger surface to volume ratios. Since heat transfer... show more
    Best answer: I am not sure what those effects may be and not sure what kind of changes will be to the weather pattern. If there is a claim that small warm-blooded vertebrates are affected, then it may have something to do with the fact that small objects have proportionally larger surface to volume ratios.

    Since heat transfer to and from the environment is proportional to body surface area it means that a change in the weather pattern makes these warm-blooded vertebrates more vulnerable to the changes. If the climate gets warmer, then the small endotherms will lose heat less readily to the environment, and they can also suffer heat strokes more easily. To cope, they may have to evolve to be even smaller, or with less insulation or they may need to become more elongated (since elongated objects have more body surface than round ones). Also if bats or rodents hibernate, and the winters become warmer, that means they would have more trouble because their body cannot become cool enough and their metabolic rates will increase. It means they may starve to death before winter is over unless they have more fat stored in their bodies before they hibernate.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • What's the simplist form od DNA testing?

    This may sound crazy, Im a senior in high school, and ive been friends with this boy since my Junior year, and I've come across somethings that im not gonna go into detail about, however what I will mention is that this boy bares an uncanny resemblance to me and I'm not the only person noticing it, several... show more
    This may sound crazy, Im a senior in high school, and ive been friends with this boy since my Junior year, and I've come across somethings that im not gonna go into detail about, however what I will mention is that this boy bares an uncanny resemblance to me and I'm not the only person noticing it, several people have pointed it out to me, that among other reasons that are more evidence of this fact, I have reason to believe he may be a sibling to me, and the only way for me to know for sure is if a DNA test is run, my question is, getting a DNA sample from him isn't my issue, but does it have to be done in a hospital or doctors office or is it something I can have done at home?
    6 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Can I get HIV from petting my male bi cat?

    Best answer: hey tbh i do more than pet my cat every week dude and i have yet to receive any sort of sexually transmitted diseases so do whatever the hell man whatever feels good bro. and yeah i dig bi cats bro they know how to swing both ways. also btw my cat is a he-she
    Best answer: hey tbh i do more than pet my cat every week dude and i have yet to receive any sort of sexually transmitted diseases so do whatever the hell man whatever feels good bro. and yeah i dig bi cats bro they know how to swing both ways. also btw my cat is a he-she
    13 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do babies ever cry when they are being aborted??

    Best answer: one issue anti-abortionists very rarely talk about is
    sometimes a baby is born with an extreme birth defect
    and the doctor terminates it's life
    and tells the mother, 'your baby didn't survive the birth'
    Best answer: one issue anti-abortionists very rarely talk about is
    sometimes a baby is born with an extreme birth defect
    and the doctor terminates it's life
    and tells the mother, 'your baby didn't survive the birth'
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • If my ancestry.com results showed that I had more than 1/4 DNA from a grandparent?

    Best answer: It is entirely possible and perfectly reasonable to have more or less than 25% of your DNA from any particular grandparent. Exactly half of your DNA came from your mom and half from your dad, true. However, the half that you got from your dad could have been entirely from HIS dad, entirely from HIS mom, or any mix... show more
    Best answer: It is entirely possible and perfectly reasonable to have more or less than 25% of your DNA from any particular grandparent. Exactly half of your DNA came from your mom and half from your dad, true. However, the half that you got from your dad could have been entirely from HIS dad, entirely from HIS mom, or any mix in between. On average, you'd expect roughly 25% contribution from each grandparent, but the value could be anywhere from 0% to 50%. Nothing you said about your case is remotely surprising or difficult to explain.

    That said, it's important to understand that the links we draw between DNA sequences and regions of the world are pretty good, but not ironclad; and we're all mixtures, including your grandparents. In short, this is nothing to lose sleep over. At all.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can midgets receive disability payments?

    I was just wondering since the are sometimes at a disadvantage.
    I was just wondering since the are sometimes at a disadvantage.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do some people deny evolution?

    Best answer: 1. they are ignorant. To be fair it is difficult to imagine one kind of living things can change into another. We do not see it happen in our daily experience, and no one can even see it during their entire life time. Therefore those who do not know much about science would not accept the claim that evolution... show more
    Best answer: 1. they are ignorant. To be fair it is difficult to imagine one kind of living things can change into another. We do not see it happen in our daily experience, and no one can even see it during their entire life time. Therefore those who do not know much about science would not accept the claim that evolution happens.

    2. Religious people sometimes deny evolution because they think that if they accept evolution then they are rejecting god and therefore they will not go to heaven. Some people have for this reason kept their children only in religious schools, all the way to university level education so that their children would not learn about evolution, thus they will not reject god. They cannot stand the thought that they may go to heaven but their children won't be with them because they do not believe in God.

    3. Some church officials realize that if people accept evolution, then these people will reject God. Since they make their money and living from donations, they deny evolution and tell their followers that evolution is wrong, so as to keep more people coming to church and donating money. Therefore they deny evolution because it is lucrative for them to do so.
    16 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why do men have NIPPLES? Are they leftovers from when they were women?

    Nipples are to feed babies. This proves that men were born women but then their hormones changed. So why do men make fun of manly women?
    Nipples are to feed babies. This proves that men were born women but then their hormones changed. So why do men make fun of manly women?
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Evolutionary biologist?

    what is the salary of evolutionary biologist and how long do I spend becoming evolutionary biologist?
    what is the salary of evolutionary biologist and how long do I spend becoming evolutionary biologist?
    5 answers · 6 days ago