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I have a few questions concerning man's origins . Man has 10 vital Organs and support systems. yes or no? Man needs all 10 of his vital Organs or he dies. yes or no? . Either those 10 vital organs evolved together all at once, or they evolved separately.. yes or no? . If they "Evolved" Separately they must have had an order of evolution. yes or no?

Can anyone provide a plausible order of evolution of vital organs from microbe to microbiologist? (TOE)

Stomach Skin Heart Lungs Brain Upper Intestine Liver Lower . Intestine Pancreas Kidneys

which one(s) could have been the first, second, third etc..?

If UCA for all flora and fauna (Evolution) were to somehow be true, and If we slowly go back in time, Our "Ancestor(s)" would, at some point, have 9 Interdependent vital organs, then 8, then 7, then 6 5 4 3 2... Yes? or no?

A Microbe has ZERO interdependent interlocked VITAL Organs and their support systems. A Microbiologist has TEN interdependent. interlocked. VITAL Organs and their support systems. Yes? or No?

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Two problems:

  1. You have a fundamental misunderstanding of evolution by natural selection.

  2. You appear to be wanting to pick a fight. Its obvious no answer that refutes creationism would satisfy you.

In fact your issues have been addressed over 150 years ago in Darwin's Origins. Many wonderful books exist today expanding upon it.

I suggest you pick up a text, watch a video, or read an article on the fundamentals of evolutionary theory. Google is a good place to start.

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    $\begingroup$ I agree, but this is not an answer, it is a comment. The poster will not take your advice and will be happy that you have written something he can argue with. There is a golden rule here: "Don't feed the trolls". $\endgroup$ – David Jan 11 '18 at 14:40
  • $\begingroup$ Good point David.. Instead of trying to answer the question, he just insults me (ANYONE can do that) and simply DODGES the question.. So should I not ask questions? If my 1question cant be answered, wouldnt it be more honest to just say so and admit that the Methodological Microbes to Microbiologist Myth is merely q Science Fiction Tale about "Long ago and far away" that people believe in ONLY because of it's IMPLICATIONS? $\endgroup$ – user39485 Jan 12 '18 at 6:04
  • $\begingroup$ You can ask questions, of course! That is what this site is for. However, it is not a debate forum. If you actually want to understand something, and have a question about it then ask. If you want to try and persuade people about creationism, then I would say - do you really think that will work? $\endgroup$ – gilleain Jan 12 '18 at 8:54
  • $\begingroup$ So It appears painfully obvious that the answer to my question is a resounding NO! $\endgroup$ – user39485 Jan 13 '18 at 5:02
  • $\begingroup$ MamaTank "1.You have a fundamental misunderstanding of evolution by natural selection." 2.You appear to be wanting to pick a fight. Its obvious no answer that refutes creationism would satisfy you. In fact your issues have been addressed over 150 years ago in Darwin's Origins. Many wonderful books exist today expanding upon it. I suggest you pick up a text, watch a video, or read an article on the fundamentals of evolutionary theory. Google is a good place to start. $\endgroup$ – user39485 Jan 13 '18 at 5:20

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