So if you search WT CD for "snakes" and "legs" this doesn't come up?
did snakes have legs
i eventually found it using search dut i cant remember what word i used...but you should be able to use the index for the scripture..serpent..snake..questions from readers..but none of these places direct you to it...curiouser and curiouser
Which cong in Glasgow were you in? I read your profile. so you're re-instated after being DFd, but I take it you've just drifted away? I read the thread about your mistake too
Look what the cat dragged in!!!
I haven't seen ya for ages, PS
Apparently some snakes have a rudimentary pelvis. Perhaps they devolved.
I lurk more than post these days! You ok?
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little toe....i was wondering about that too...cos i had heard said that there was something in a snakes skeleton.........but it doesnt fit evolution cos they should have evolved legs not lost them
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some of the pythons do have primitive structures that are presumed to be the vestiges of what once were legs.
I accept it may still be not the smoking gun but it is something interesting, wouldn't you agree?
It's a pretty stupid concept, snakes having legs very recently. Imagine putting four legs on a modern snake. The body is so long that it wouldn't be able to support its own weight. That alone clobbers the Watchtower's idea.
This whole notion is nothing more than an ancient myth from people who knew nothing of biology.
Imagine putting four legs on a modern snake. The body is so long that it wouldn't be able to support its own weight.
I guess I got the sillies......but it was funny trying to picture this. What will be thought of next?
I agree that it may sound incredible but not entirely improbable, whether you believe in god or evolution. In fact, taking evolution in this matter seems easier as it would explain bizarre randomness. Read this: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2000/03/000317051940.htm