Discussion in 'General Science & Technology' started by OilIsMastery, Oct 14, 2008.
It never happened the first time, nor will it ever happen.
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That i didnt know
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No where in the article does it suggest that the hammerhead gave birth to either a male OR female.
Parthenogenesis that gives rise to a male is entirely dependent on the sex-determination mechanism. In humans, the chance of getting a male from a female would be astonishingly low, given how much DNA would pretty much have to come from nowhere. In some reptiles and birds, where temperature determines gender, it would not be surprising at all to have parthenogenically produced males.
Or birds I suppose sense it is the female that determines the sex of the offspring.
Just because you weren't alive at the time does not mean the observation did not take place. Do you also think there has been no observation of Pharaoh?
There's no record of any such observation at any time.
For one thing, adequate means for observing parthenogenesis in free-living humans only came into existence in my lifetime.
Yes there is a record. It's recorded history. You should learn how to read and then read a book called the Holy Bible. There the observation is recorded.
:roflmao::roflmao::roflmao: The bible. You you serious? You have got to be shitting me. You seriously believe that the bible is actually factual history? There is nothing in history of virgin births in humans nor for that matter in any primates to my knowledge.
Do you believe in Egypt?
Yes but considering there is a lot of proof that it existed out side of the bible your point is invalid.
You believe in Egypt but it's in the Bible. How is that possible?
and you fail. You believe in virgin birth because its in the bible even though its not anywhere else. I believe in Egypt because of the mountains of archeological evidence that supports ancient Egypt and it so happens the people who wrote the bible decided to mention Egypt. You don't see the glaring difference between these 2 things?
Did you read the OP? Do you know what a shark is?
Nice try on trying to cover your ass but as with most things you try to do you failed epically. Yes i read the OP and yes I know what a shark is. Neither of which as anything to do with your belief in the virgin birth as in the bible as fact.
Did jesus born from a shark? Just curious was marry part fish?:bugeye:
Bible is gods word... you better start believing in it buddy or you won't be save by Jesus.:shrug:
Was Mary a rock or an animal? Are sharks plants? :crazy:
You don't know what I believe because you haven't understood a word I've said.
I understand exactly what you have said and implied. That because a shark had a virgin birth it proves jesus really was born of a virgin.
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