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critical thinking question

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by swif1, Sep 6, 2002.

  1. swif1

    swif1 12oz Veteran Member

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    critical thinking question

    Discussion started by swif1 - Sep 6, 2002

    if you are {or pretending you are} a creationist, what do you see as the most convincing evidence for evolution?

    damn anthropology...i chose to answer that question instead of 11 other wack ass questions. i hate this class. just wanted to share that with you.
     
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  2. --zeSto--

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    --zeSto-- - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    as a creationist... looking for a near proof of evolution....

    supergerms! Strains of nasties that have become resistant to antibiotics.

    if simple cells can adapt over a few years to be imune to what used to kill them,
    it's as close to proof as you can get.
     
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    Canadiano - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    that's pretty quick and good, z.
     
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    SCAGNETTI - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    BLINDED BY SCIENCE

    AS A CREATIONIST, LET ME SAY THIS:

    YOU'RE A FAG!
     
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    swif1 - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    whoo! *high five*

    but i found a different critical thinking question to ask. something more easier, i guess. here it is:

    how would you design the ideal body for a very cold climate? how about for a very hot one?

    i'm pretty sure this won't be as hard for me since there's a picture of a person in cold weather (alaska) and hot weather (africa) in my anthropology book. :beat:

    ooh whee!

    "short limbs and stocky bodies serve to conserve heat."

    "...slender bodies with long digits and limbs are advantegeous in tropical climates. such bodies increas body surface relative to mass and allow for more efficient heat dissipation."

    now to put that and then some into one page. haha.
     
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    serpent of the light - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    anthropology was one of the coolest classes i took in high school. it was pretty awesome. i could have answered that last question based on that. i've got 2 dif anthro text books too. woo.

    as a creationist(partially) i'd say deez nutz are the most convincing thing.
     
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    --zeSto-- - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    how about this for a twist...

    how does climate affect the concept of personal space?
     
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    swif1 - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    uhh...people feel comfortable standing near each other to talk in cold weather while in hot weather it's the opposite? :confused:
     
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    --zeSto-- - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    or the opposite...

    people cover themselves in cold weather and are less approachable.
    but in the heat, people wear less clothing and are therfore more attractive and inviting.
     
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    swif1 - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    haha. i never thought about that. kudos. :)
     
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    --zeSto-- - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    paradox my man... 3 sides to every story.

    check Zen Koans and such for living proof !
     
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    swif1 - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    word!...i'll keep that thread in mind. :) *slap hands in a hiphop fashion*
     
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  13. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    Giraffes, archer fish, bolas spiders.

    Wonk saggin.
     
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    WALE!pd - Replied Sep 6, 2002

    good one , zesto is smart lol, the germ thing is totally on point
     
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