Talk:Evolutionary biology

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Let me just start by saying that this is a very short article. Evolutionary Biology is the very foundation of the modern biological sciences, and you're not going to say a word about what it tells us about the natural universe?

A few facts to contribute for starters, according to present knowledge:

Sex emerged in earthly organisms over a billion years ago There is an active scientific debate as to exactly where life on earth originated, whether as microbes from some other celestial body or as microbes from here Human-like organisms in East Africa survived a global catastrophe caused by the eruption of the supervolcano Mt. Toba over 70,000 years ago which altered their gene sequence and caused the present dominant species on earth to evolve Many organisms have evolved to be : asexual, homosexual, bisexual, etc Evolution often happens extremely fast, with no particular limit to how fast that can occur Evolution also happens very slowly at times, sometimes not moving much for hundreds of millions of years - like the great white shark

Sincerely, -TheNextGenWins — Unsigned, by: TheNextGenWins / talk / contribs

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Second, it might be yielding territory, but we mostly address creationist claims on creationism related pages. Take a look at the evolution article for one that's a bit more heavy on the science itself. ikanreed 🐐Bleat at me 20:57, 2 January 2019 (UTC)