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The mystery of ancestral descent, from Noah's Ark [#624]
« on: November 05, 2008, 07:30:29 PM »
This is tale which tells what recessive genes hold, what inbreeding cause's and what degenerate animals look like.

A male lion breeds with a female tiger, makes a liger of great size!

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a male leopard breed with a female lion brings forth a leopon. Which not only has the size and strength of the lion but also has the climbing abilities of the leopard.

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All that has so far been said, is recognized by science.

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Now into the realm of what has not yet been 'validated' (by science).

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All the other cats are said to interbreed
from time to time.

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The division of Species is based on the idea that, only members of the same 'Species' can indeed breed.
But if all cats ( including the Egyptian house cat) can breed, they are not different Species but only subspecies of the original cat.

Now, if the liger is bigger and the leopon is of the same size and better. Then it comes to reason that the original cat from off the Ark was a super cat.
Scientists say that the "extra" abilities that come out of these 'hybrids' are caused by "recessive genes"

Recessive Genes are created by inbreeding.

Now here is the part that might interest a historian.

Gen 7:2

"Of every clean beast thou shalt take to thee by sevens, the male and his female: and of beasts that are not clean by two, the male and his female."

In this I think that the clean animals were allowed to descend without inbreeding and therefore pure. While the others were forced into inbreeding, which caused their abilities to go into 'Recessive genes'. The ancients had enough trouble with the lions, tigers, etc. So this might have been set to preserve man. Did you know that in India they breed the wild dog with the wolf to get a bigger breed. This alone means nothing, except that there is a story whcih appeared shortly after the flood. No later that 500 years, or 600, or 700, etc, after the flood. The story told of a great king who had wolves so great that his men were able to ride upon them, for they were far greater than any horse.

Maybe I'm going nowhere, but if only two cats, two dogs, two bears, etc, walked off the Ark. Then I say that it would immediately force inbreeding, which in turn would force abilities to go into recessive genes. And (to the point) would force the super Cat to degenerate into the lion, tiger, leopard, cheetah and house cat that we have today.

I'm sorry I couldn't help joking and calling the lion and tiger a degenerate.
"In the production of pure breeds of sheep, cattle, hogs, and horses inbreeding has frequently been practiced extensively, and where in such cases selection has been made of the more vigorous offspring as parents, it is doubtful whether any diminution in size, vigor, or fertility has resulted. Nevertheless it very frequently happens that when two pure breeds are crossed, the offspring surpass either pure race in size and vigor."

Sudden Origins by Jeffrey H. Schwartz

The tiger is either a pure breed are a degenerate species!
Or I say.
They are one and the same..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Else, the reason why the clean were in sevens as opposed to the others.

Genetic research (and this basic reasoning and breeding) has shown that every type of wolf, dog, fox and coyote etc. came from the 1 original wolf.
Scott, John Paul and John L. Fuller Genetics and the Social Behavior of the Dog
Behaviour of Wolves, Dogs and Related Canines (Hardcover) by Michael W. Fox

Mitochondrial Eve (mt-mrca)

"Mitochondrial Eve is the ...........common ancestor (MRCA) of all human via the mitochondrial DNA pathway . In other words, she is the MRCA found when ancestry of all living humans is traced back in time, following only the maternal lineage. Mitochondrial DNA pathway is equivalent to maternal lineage, because Mitochondrial DNA is only passed down from mother to child, never father to child. [1]"

Camel-Llama-alpaca

All known subspecies of the "horse" are known to breed!

1 Last thing.
this theory is observable & testable, in that you can breed new 'breeds' of dogs in just a few years. But each of these will have less 'ablities' than the last.

Just take 2 dogs (of your choice) & place them in a zoo. Now there children will be fine but as there children breed with each other you will see the same thing happen. Only it will go ten times further than before.

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Re: The mystery of ancestral descent, from Noah's Ark [#624]
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2008, 08:26:05 PM »

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Now, if the liger is bigger and the leopon is of the same size and better. Then it comes to reason that the original cat from off the Ark was a super cat.
Scientists say that the "extra" abilities that come out of these 'hybrids' are caused by "recessive genes"

Is it a bird!? Is it a plane!? No, it's SUPERCAT!



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Re: The mystery of ancestral descent, from Noah's Ark [#624]
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2008, 12:28:33 AM »
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"Mitochondrial Eve is the ...........common ancestor (MRCA) of all human via the mitochondrial DNA pathway

Oh looky!  Ellipsis!  Must have been something unimportant or irrelevant to the topic.

Hmm, "Most Recent Common Ancestor"?  Well now, that actually sounds fairly important, because it implies the possibility of other less recent common female ancestors, doesn't it?

The only reason I can think of for omitting the key words "Most Recent" is intellectual dishonesty.  You knew the implication of "Most Recent", yet made a conscious decision to not present those words to the readers. 

Another Creationist nutcase exposes himself as an immoral deceiver.  What a surprise.
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Re: The mystery of ancestral descent, from Noah's Ark [#624]
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2008, 12:37:22 AM »
Two things to the OP:
1.) You were the original author of this information
or
2.) You plagarized from the article here

(May have to scroll down.  It's the very last post dated 10/19/08 at 6:03 a.m.)
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Re: The mystery of ancestral descent, from Noah's Ark [#624]
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2008, 12:47:28 AM »
haha Irish pwns n00b.

Either way, he is deceitful and unethical.  Chalk up another one for Jesus' team!
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Re: The mystery of ancestral descent, from Noah's Ark [#624]
« Reply #5 on: November 06, 2008, 12:53:11 AM »
Just found another one.  The trail of plagarism continues.

http://parthian-ring.blogspot.com/2007/06/by-two-and-by-seven.html

So who copied from who?

*EDIT* I don't know who plagarized from who.  The first article and this one are signed to be posted by the same person.  (I won't post the name but you can go to either article and see for yourself)

However the blog article I cited here was said to be written by a person with the profile name of "Peter G."  So who copied from who?  Are these all the same person.

OP, explain yourself.
« Last Edit: November 06, 2008, 12:58:43 AM by Irish »
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Re: The mystery of ancestral descent, from Noah's Ark [#624]
« Reply #6 on: November 06, 2008, 04:09:12 PM »
ah, the mangling of real science by a person who doesn't understand it in the least.



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Re: The mystery of ancestral descent, from Noah's Ark [#624]
« Reply #7 on: November 07, 2008, 10:57:11 PM »

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Now, if the liger is bigger and the leopon is of the same size and better. Then it comes to reason that the original cat from off the Ark was a super cat.
Scientists say that the "extra" abilities that come out of these 'hybrids' are caused by "recessive genes"

Is it a bird!? Is it a plane!? No, it's SUPERCAT!



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Re: The mystery of ancestral descent, from Noah's Ark [#624]
« Reply #8 on: November 07, 2008, 10:58:31 PM »
Two things to the OP:
1.) You were the original author of this information
or
2.) You plagarized from the article here

(May have to scroll down.  It's the very last post dated 10/19/08 at 6:03 a.m.)

I'm guessing 2
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Re: The mystery of ancestral descent, from Noah's Ark [#624]
« Reply #9 on: November 13, 2008, 09:15:26 PM »
OP never showed up so I guess he did plagarize.  Got caught red-handed.
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