How do evolutionists account for human reproduction?
The human reproductive system is incredibly complex...slight problems/variations in the female body can easily result in the death of the egg/fetus AND the woman.
Now, add the male to the equation...Evolution requires that males and females co-evolved in perfect harmony...each change in males was matched by a corresponding change in females...or extinction occurs.
So how can the exact same evolutionary mechanisms (internal and/or external) that cause males to become "more male," simultaneously cause females to become "more female?" (in perfect harmony, mind you)
The only possible (non impossible) explanation is that humans evolved as individuals having BOTH male and female organs...and then once reaching full development...slowly "devolved"...a split...one group becoming only female; the other only male (again, in perfect harmony).
But this is required of ALL animal species. There is no plausible answer.
This is one of the reasons I find Evolution to be absurd.
Aztec276, Yahoo! Answers 28 Comments
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