@Dat Picture, I've got nothing, you guys. His logic is too strong. Foiled again!
@Dat Picture, evolutionists* atheists believe in nothing.
@Devtyro, atheists believe in no religion. Evolution is a theory not a religion
@Luna 5, humans are descendants of apes and there are still apes in the world..
@Boxoffire, we are cousins of apes
@Boxoffire, not the apes we descended from... Evolution just says we and modern apes share a common ancestor (that died out)
@Devtyro, most atheists accept and agree with evolution. No one "believes" in evolution. But yeah evolutionists is a more general term
@Devtyro, that could apply also or religious folks who don't accept creation
@Luna 5, I believe in evolution, that is to say I believe in science. Evolution is biology.
@Moistpanties, evolution is not a theory. It is considered scientific fact. Species evolve differently based on many factors, one of the biggest being the environment they must adapt to. Humans actually played a large role in turning wild wolves into the domesticated modern day dog. On a side note, creationism is not a scientific theory, it is a religious belief. One that has literally no scientific backing.
@Dat Picture, are you daft? Keep your religious opinions to yourself and I have two words for all of you... Divergent evolution
@P71Cvpi87, the Christian church now believes in evolution and the Big Bang they just think God set everything in motion
@Scanman, just because the Pope says evolution is possible, certainly does not mean the entire Catholic Church believes it. Many of them are appalled by it actually.
Because only a section of population evolved and changed at a slow rate over millions of years, allowing the 1 species to branch into many, acgually look into speciation and evolution before jumping to conclusions....Ive a feeling there is going to be religious argument now so Im out!
@To The Friendzone, lol you started it
@To The Friendzone, so basically you just let out a huge fart and then left.
@To The Friendzone, oddly enough, I totally agree with you. Even though I believe in the Creation and the 6 days it took to create Earth, it is not specified in the bible how long those days were (who knows, maybe 6 days in Heaven could equal millions of years on Earth) so evolution could have easily occurred in those "6 days". Now there's your religious opinion given by your friendly neighborhood Mormon :)
@Super Mormon, man, I said the term "6 days" a lot..
@Grybo101, is there something saying I can't?
@To The Friendzone, I would just like to say, they were making a joke, the dog is supposed to be a typical redneck. It wasn't actually asking the question, the maker of this pic probably already knew that. You're opinion/beliefs matter are are fine.
@Super Mormon, I think I read that, in the original Hebrew version, the word that we translated as day had other definitions, and could mean longer periods of time.
@To The Friendzone, I study with some Jehovah's whitnesses every Monday because I am legitimately interested in the religion; sometimes someone in the group will bring up the question posed in this picture, and the common response for others in the group is to just raise up their palms and smile as if to say, "It's given that evolution is bogus and saying otherwise is plain dumb LOL silly evolutionists." And I'm sitting there like, "Both this religion and evolution make sense to me...oh well."
@Super Mormon, Nothing wrong with having faith in something. I've just always been fascinated that there are thousands of versions of an almighty god or gods in the world.
@To The Friendzone, nobody with a brain argues against changes within a species. The disagreements arise with the theory that one species (or kind) can change into another entirely different species. For example, reptiles evolving into birds. The domestic dog is simply a sub-species of the wolf. Both are still canis lupus.
I like how they photoshopped a can of beer and a shotgun.
@CriTiKa1, agreed we should keep using the photoshopped version I like it
@CriTiKa1, I did not notice that until I read it.
@CriTiKa1, the beer is real, its reflection is in yhe glass so it is totally legit real
@Dahjroviir, Yeah, totally legit, especially since every other pic with the dog has shown peanut butter.
@CriTiKa1, exactly! Totally legit! Im glad you agree!
@CriTiKa1, this meme just keeps getting better and better
Long, long ago in a galaxy far from space, wolves lived in peace and harmony, until the human nation attacked. The wolves banned together to defend their holy land and fight off the humans, but weren't strong enough and were overpowered. The humans began breeding the wolves against their wills and creating Man's 'best friend.' Only a few wolves escaped this treacherous suffering and started a new life in the lands where humans don't pose a threat. Now, with only so many wolves yet, they fend for themselves and try to repopulate the great number the once owned. Now all these racist wolf decedents think they're tough puppies and can diss on their grandpa's.
Because not all wolves were domesticated, seriously it's not that hard to figure out.
"If we was..." That made my brain hurt. Either preschool or English as a second language?
@bae is poo, it is a "redneck dog" not all dialects are grammatically correct, red necks, ebonics, east coast such as Boston, N.Y.
Because of repost
if we descended from apes, why are there still apes
@Breathable Crotch, actually not really. Evolution occurs with variation within populations. Some wolves were disposed positively towards humans and some were not. This caused a split in the population so to speak where the wolves who were domesticated would be selectively bred by humans into Lupus familiaris or the dog. The wolves who were not positively disposed towards humans continued to evolve separately