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How do you feel about the fish in Australia that are developing arms and legs?

How do you feel about the fish in Australia that are developing arms and legs? Topic: How to write a case study introduction example
June 26, 2019 / By Ehud
Question: Just another clear example of EVOLUTION. unless you believe god is doing this also. If you don't believe me, I suggest you look it up. Or here's a source http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/05/photogalleries/100524-new-species-handfish-walk-science-pictures/ Suck it Christians.
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Carey Carey | 3 days ago
Charles Darwin failed miserably in his quest to validate his argument on Evolution. God created the Heaven and Earth as the Holy Bible declares (Genesis 1:1). Don't put faith in theories. Have faith in God. Charles Darwin did not use good logic in his famous book, "The Origin of Species." W.R. Thompson, a Canadian entomologist(entomology-study of insects) of international repute, wrote in his introduction to the centennial edition of Darwin's Origen, "Darwin did not show in the Origin that species had originated by natural selection; he merely showed, on the basis of certain facts and assumptions, how this might have happened, and as he had convinced himself he was able to convince others. Chapter 4 of the Origin, entitled "Natural Selection; or the Survival of the Fittest," occupies 44 pages in the 1958 mentor edition. In this chapter Darwin used the language of speculation, imagination, and assumption at least 187 times. For example, pages 118 and 119 contain the following phrases; "may have been," "is supposed to," perhaps," "If we suppose," "may still be," 'it is probable," "will generally tend," "may" "will generally tend," 'If," 'if...assumed," "supposed," "supposed," "probably," "It seems, therefore, extremely probable," and "We may suppose." Is this really the language of science? No, it is not. Of Darwin's speculative arguments Thompson wrote, "....Personal convictions, simple possibilities, are presented as if they were proofs, or at least valid arguments in favor of the theory....The demonstration can be modified without difficulty to fit any conceivable case. It is without scientific value, since it cannot be verified; but since the imagination has free rein, it is easy to convey the impression that a concrete example of real transmutation (change of one species to another) has been given." Source: Thompson, W.R., Introduction to The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin, E.P. Dutton and Co., New York. Have faith dear friends in God, not theories. Genesis 1:1 Isaiah 45:18 Colossians 1:16 Hebrews 11:1-6 Genesis 2:1-3 Exodus 20:8-11 Psalm 14:1
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Carey Originally Answered: Can arms and legs be transplanted like internal organs?
No; it's because of nerves. Internal organs are easier to transplant, because they aren't under conscious control. Even if they could fully attach all the blood vessels (which would be nearly impossible--because of the immense amount of blood that limbs require--but let's just say it's possible for a second), limbs are useless without nerves. If you can't consciously control the muscles or receive sensory information, then it's just a heavy piece of meat. Reattaching nerves is currently not plausible, for the same reason that spinal cord injuries aren't currently able to be repaired. I have heard one report of a transplanted limb; it was between identical twins, at birth. One was born without an arm; the other had too many birth defects to survive. Since the recipient and donors were both newborns, the nerves (in the brain and the limb) can actually recover from the transplant. The recipient's brain hadn't grown used to its own limb, so it can adapt to a new one. Adults' brain can't really do that. Also, the limb wasn't rejected since donor and recipient were perfect genetic matches. Some good googling can probably bring up articles about this case. Here's an article on the current level of research on neuroprosthetics, which is is the closest we can come to giving someone a new limb. It's more plausible, since then you only have to figure out one set of nerves--the recipient's, not a donor's as well. Maybe someday the technology will be possible, but not right now. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neural_pros... Hope that will get you started on your project!
Carey Originally Answered: Can arms and legs be transplanted like internal organs?
This Site Might Help You. RE: Can arms and legs be transplanted like internal organs? I am researching on it for a school project for after summer and i'd like to know if it is possible to transplant arms and legs to say another person who is missing a leg or arm and if not why? is it because of veins and stuff plz explain. i really need to get a A+ in my project plz tnx all.
Carey Originally Answered: Can arms and legs be transplanted like internal organs?
Yes and No. The probability of rejection of the limb is too high to even try a sucessful transplant. And medicine does have a way to reattach nerve endings sucessfully as does your body. There are transplants of smaller appendages such as toes transplanted to replace lost fingers, its just what surgeon wants to spend weeks reconnecting all the nerve endings, muscle fibers, tendons, nerve endings, capillaries, veins, arteries, other blood vessels, fat tissue (yes that has to be reconnected), and skin tissue when the entire operation and limb has a high chance of being rejected. So a artificial limb is the best way to avoid rejection and further stress on a person's body.

Allard Allard
I think you mean "Suck it Creationists" Many Christians, such as myself, have no problem with evolution. But thanks for posting the link, I'm a science geek so you have me interested :-P
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Allard Originally Answered: Restless legs 31 weeks pregnant and going cut off my legs?
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