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Now there are many fundamentalists, mostly Protestants and a small minority of them being Catholic, believe that evolution is incompatible with Scripture and Christianity and therefore it is ton be seen as un orthodox. To their worldview, evolution goes against the belief in Adam and Eve as well as the tainted existence of Original Sin, claiming that evolution undermines the faith and promotes a materialistic atheist world view. But I must disagree and ask them this question to those pondering about how evolution fits with the word of God:where exactly does Original Sin comes from? Within the human race. And another question arises: How did it came to be? To me, its no surprise that we humans share a common ancestor with chimpanzees and because of that, since we are still apes, there is something animalistic hidden within us, despite ourselves being made in God's image, that lead us to temptation and sin. And if we are to truly understand the origins of Original Sin, then evolution, which is the slow, steady change of living organism over the course of time via environmental changes, is the key to that understanding. 

Evolution does not contradict Catholic teaching and if we apply evolution with Adam and Eve, it makes sense. Despite being evolved into God's image, we are still haunted by our animalistic roots that can easily be triggered when we are tempted to commit sin. The seven days of creation are not meant to be interpreted as literal 24 hour days. But the same message from the Catechism still rings true: "Nothing exists that does not owe its existence to God the Creator. The world began when God’s word drew it out of nothingness; all existent beings, all of nature, and all human history is rooted in this primordial event, the very genesis by which the world was constituted and time begun" (CCC 338). That being said, since evolution has been proven scientifically to be the real deal, it’s more likely that God invented evolution and through evolution, God created all life in the universe. And according to Pope Pius XII in the Humani Genesis (1950), evolution is best described in this note: 35. It remains for Us now to speak about those questions which, although they pertain to the positive sciences, are nevertheless more or less connected with the truths of the Christian faith. In fact, not a few insistently demand that the Catholic religion take these sciences into account as much as possible. This certainly would be praiseworthy in the case of clearly proved facts; but caution must be used when there is rather question of hypotheses, having some sort of scientific foundation, in which the doctrine contained in Sacred Scripture or in Tradition is involved. If such conjectural opinions are directly or indirectly opposed to the doctrine revealed by God, then the demand that they be recognized can in no way be admitted. 36. For these reasons the Teaching Authority of the Church does not forbid that, in conformity with the present state of human sciences and sacred theology, research and discussions, on the part of men experienced in both fields, take place with regard to the doctrine of evolution, in as far as it inquiries into the origin of the human body as coming from pre-existent and living matter - for the Catholic faith obliges us to hold that souls are immediately created by God. However, this must be done in such a way that the reasons for both opinions, that is, those favorable and those unfavorable to evolution, be weighed and judged with the necessary seriousness, moderation and measure, and provided that all are prepared to submit to the judgment of the Church, to whom Christ has given the mission of interpreting authentically the Sacred Scriptures and of defending the dogmas of faith.[11] Some however, rashly transgress this liberty of discussion, when they act as if the origin of the human body from pre-existing and living matter were already completely certain and proved by the facts which have been discovered up to now and by reasoning on those facts, and as if there were nothing in the sources of divine revelation which demands the greatest moderation and caution in this question. This neither rejects nor endorse a comprehensive belief in evolution and even before the document, the Catholic Church remained staunchly neutral over the topic, especially since the Galileo affairs still haunted their memories. Pope John Paul II, in 1996, stated that evolution of the human body actually happened and the church went from neutrality towards acceptance of evolution. And here's a philosophical touch they added: they stated that the human soul alone is a special creation that did not develop from materialistic means. "In his encyclical Humani generis (1950), my predecessor Pius XII has already affirmed that there is no conflict between evolution and the doctrine of the faith regarding man and his vocation, provided that we do not lose sight of certain fixed points. ... Today, more than a half-century after the appearance of that encyclical, some new findings lead us toward the recognition of evolution as more than a hypothesis. In fact, it is remarkable that this theory has had progressively greater influence on the spirit of researchers, following a series of discoveries in different scholarly disciplines. The convergence in the results of these independent studies—which was neither planned nor sought—constitutes in itself a significant argument in favor of the theory." "Theories of evolution which, because of the philosophies which inspire them, regard the spirit either as emerging from the forces of living matter, or as a simple epiphenomenon of that matter, are incompatible with the truth about man." Evolution is a scientific fact and in the case of the Catholic faith, it is the seed of creation created by no-one other than the Lord himself, who created an orderly, lively universe. Now in the Human Generis, Pope Puts XII stated that polygenism is incompatible with scripture, insisting that Adam and Eve are the true primordial ancestors of humankind today. Then there is evidence of the volcanic event called the Toba catastrophe, which occurred around 76,000 years ago, as proven by science. Now, in my personal theory, despite the fact that I didn't get a degree in science, I believe it is possible that Adam and Eve were part of a first generation of human beings, but unlike the rest of their fellows, the couple had a divine spark that gave them a soul, which is, again, not made from materialist means, but transmitted by God at the moment the two primordial parents of our race were conceived. Therefore, we can imply that the divine spark somehow affected the genes of these same biblical two during their conception. After their maturation, those genes that were altered would later be passed on to later generations, due to the Original Sin, our hidden animalistic behaviors that we inherited from the primate ancestors of the species Homo sapiens sapiens, tempting the two primordial parents to commit sin and therefore get expelled from Eden. The humans that were born at the same time as Adam and Eve, hence the first generation, lacked a soul and were perhaps slightly less bright compared to our primordial parents, in my opinion, and since they lacked that same divine spark, we may as well not consider them to be our kind of human, most likely because they would have been members of a more primitive subspecies of Homo sapiens compared to our two primordial parents. Those descendants, thanks to intermingling with the rest of the first generation, gave rise of the current human race that lives on today, thanks to something I would like to call the "Adamic gene". By around 76,000 years ago, the Toba catastrophe may have eliminated most of humanity, including all Homo sapiens who did not descend from Adam and Eve and therefore lacked the Adamic gene. The only surviving members of the Homo sapiens species were those who had the Adamic gene, that same essence that should be directly liked to Adam and Eve. And thus, the human beings living today, in my theory, have survived and continue to walk the earth today in the form of civilization thanks to the special creation of the human soul that gave rise to the Adamic gene, hence the Adamic race.

So yes, Evolution is compatible to God's will.
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Now I've just recently looked at this paper and its suggesting that most dinosaurs can't move their tongues. I'm scratching my head over this because I've looked at the tyrannosaur picture and my best guess is that the real reason why the hyoid bone in most dinosaurs has that small group think of dinosaur tongues as immobile like a gator's is because its fragile towards the fossilization process. Seriously, the hyoid bone in the Tyrannosaurid picture is so thin that it must have ended up short because of millions of years of erosion. Could they be overlooking this? Perhaps the hyoids of large theropods didn't get preserved well because they were made of cartilage? I mean uts obvious that dinosaurs are related to birds, alligators, and crocodiles.

Speaking of alligators, I found this link: metro.co.uk/2017/10/22/can-a-c…
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Just discovered this in 4chan during my search for references. Turns out its a sexy sketch of Mako Mankanshoku as a Tarzan-esque Jungle Girl swinging on a vine while doing one of those classic Tarzan yells beating her chest like a gorilla. Perhaps this would inspire some people to make jungle adventures for the character on an island inhabited only by dinosaurs, apes, mammoths, and terror birds. Could be interesting.

Got added in my Tumblr page if you like to see it.
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SpookWriter thought it was a good idea to build a large wall along the border and had no idea of the consequences and risks behind it. He also failed to realize that Trump supports Roy Moore, who is a creationist and a pedophile, not to mention that he supports Robert Jeffress, who is an anti-Catholic bigot. It seems SpookWriter cares little for morality.
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Read the article. It is of vital importance that we cease Trump's insanity now. 
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Come let me know who deserves Burgenland the most. :)
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The article in the link says so. We're losing the will to be fertile due to self-sterilization vis cigarettes and obesity. There should be a law that permanently outlaws smoking tobacco.
The term "deus vult" is meant to be used as an oath to God to defend Catholic Christianity, not a cry for racist violence or religious intolerance. The Trump-loving alt-right are hijacking it for their twisted world view. This has to stop NOW. Its really immatyre for them to take a Latin phase and put it on the wall like a graffiti. They are just as barbaric as Marxists and anarchists put together. Honestly, how can a Latin phase that was used by brace soldiers of the faith who guarded Christian pilgrims against those who seek to harm them become a slogan that attacks even the most innocent of nonChristians who had a rough time in their country. Now I am not saying we should let illegal immigration run freely, but I thibk that not all nonbelievers are as violent as ISIS.
Again, the University of Manchester is going on with some dinosaur-bashing, this time by reviving an old stereotype from the 50's that suggests that Tyrannosaurus and other large theropods were sluggish scavengers no better than Komodo Dragons. They tried out a skeletal simulation of a Tyrannosaurus with the help of a new piece of tech (which I doubt has little to no errors of its own) and concluded that it was too slow to be an apex predator. Then they just went on mocking its speed by saying a human can outrun it. And in regard to the link to the Washington Post report regarding the same subject, I have to agree with Manning that the simulation they used did not include important muscle features such as muscle tendons that could increase the Tyrannosaurus's speed.

I mean seriously, Tyrannosaurus breaking its legs for running? Are they saying that it was a weakling and a scavenger? I've found a link that states that giraffes can run 50 kph (31 mph), even if it risked breaking a leg. So we can say the sane for Tyrannosaurus. 

I wouldn't be surprised if someone in the same University of Manchester went on claiming that the earth is flat and 6000 years old. Speaking of that stupid Evangelical Protestant nuttery, I heard that Theresa May wants to make a coalition with the pro-creationist DUP (short for Dumb, Uneducated Peasants, if you ask me).

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I am officially bored and out of ideas for any new maps, so I just want to let you guys know that I would like to see you do some maps using the link above so I can get a good look at each of them. Try to surprise me. ;)
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Ironic that a nationalist government under Edrogan is stooping so low as to promote an unpatriotic, uncivilized, and ungodly agenda to ban Evolution from public schools in favor of creationist heathenry. That being said, the Turks are allowing defeatism in their ranks. 

And Trump's America might follow if there is no resistance against Evangelical Protestantism's insane plot to turn the US into a creationist backwater.

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First the British refused to give America its independence, then their then pro-creationist Anglican Church has a tantrum over the discovery of Darwinian evolution by Darwin, a British man himself, then they called for Brexit, and now they called the well-preserved soft tissue of dinosaurs as "contamination made by ostrich proteins". Those guys are too arrogant to admit that Dinosaurs are so closely related to birds and crocodiles (not that the British don't know the connection between birds and dinos). And guess what? The guys who claimed that Jurassic Park will never happen are in the University of Manchester, where there was a terrorist attack on the city it was located in. I mean, I know its sad and heartbreaking that people died that day, but nevertheless, those guys really are trying to deliberately dismiss the possibility of an eco-friendly, democratic, technologically advanced capitalist world teeming with clones of extinct life forms in a balanced ecosystem. What whacky ideas will the British cone up with next? LOL.

Hopefully what the University of Manchester suggested in its research regarding dinosaur soft tissue turns out to be flawed and debunked. 
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I faved a piece of his art involving Tyrannosaurus and WDGHK has blocked me for no reason. Maybe it had to do with why I disagree with lizard-lipped Tyrannosaurus, but if not, then I don't think he did it for my other reason. This guy seriously has issues with me that he shouldn't have.
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Its one thing to use cloning, which good and necessary to both save the enviornment and perserve human ethnic groups, but mixing animals with humans is ungodly and disgusting! Its just as dangerous as cloning back a human species other than our own! Its artificial bestiality at its worst!!! Whoever came up with the idea of creating genetically inferior chimeras must be either mad or downright gullible to think that evolution is a lie, which it isn't. Even Darwin would be horrified at this!
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Someone should convince these people to vote and not let the far-right/far-left take over the country, otherwise we'll have a Second Great Depression.
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That's right people! The pseudo-Christians are at it again trying to indoctrinate the younger generation into becoming Creationists for the Evangelical Protestant/Baptist Cult! They want us to ignore the scientificproof that backs evolution and make us live like filty, dimwitted peasants tied to the soil of ignorance. This Un-American and ungodly abomination should be banned under penalty of life sentence because such backward thinking is mot only moronically useless, but dangerous too. The evangelicals want to turn my homestate of Texas into a backward, redneck, inbred, illiterate wasteland and I, as a Catholic believer in Christ and as a Darwinian evolutionist, cannot stand idiots who want to install these inherently pagan views of creationism and make everyone think we are nothing but dirt. They think that evolution robs purpose to the universe, but its the opposite of it that does that. We need a mass protest bill to ban creationism from Texas forever. Honestly, having creationism replace science is just as messed up as that devil cult trying to erect a statue of Satan in Arkansas. The 1st Amendment that protects freedom of religion is being attacked and the Evangelical Baptists are becoming less deserving of it. Creationism will ruin our pride as a nation and as a people and it will destroy our capitalist-democratic way of life as we now it. Don't let them destroy our united country and get away with it. Creationism is just as moronic as Communism, Scientology, Flat-Earth, Astrology, and all other intellectually inferior ideas.
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Evangelical Protestants and those who think like them are deliberately attempting to persuade Pence into banning Evolution from public schools, making our country go further towards the path of suicidal ruin and self-subjugation to China. Its bad enough that Trump allowed the Chinese to keep a stolen US drone.

Then we have a Trump loving Protestant asshole, of course, who is calling the Catholic faith, my religious heritage, a pedophilling Satanic church out of animosity and conspiracy theory bullshit (liberallaxatives.deviantart.co… ). Now I know that I am against pedophile priests, as they are contradicting the requirement for them to practice celibacy, but this guy has no right to justify anti-Catholic dogma. 
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Cast your vote and explain why.
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Recently, I got trolled by some Neo-Confederate trying to convert me into an Evangelical Protestant creationist in vain. Honestly, he has no idea what he is talking about and keeps on badgering me with how much he thinks evolution contradicts his literalist views. I just can't stand hearing from ignorant shrews like him trying to tempt me into joining their mad cult and throw away the God-given truth of Evolution. I used to attend a Baptist church as a little boy, which scared the living hell out of me, and thank the good lord I am no longer a part of it because I rather be a Catholic than a slave to ignorance. I praise Jesus for evolution being a scientific fact and not creationist paganism. Amen!

Also, Sekley is on the rampage adding me into a list of so-called "awesomebros" to attack and try to kick out. Seems he has stoopedso low as to try to troll me out of DA as a response against my artistic freedom and my first amendment rights. He obviously wants to do that simply because he's not happy about me not giving Tyrannosaurus or other large theropodssome lizard lips, which is abad idea since Dinosaurs have been found to be related to birds and crocodiles. The idea of dinosaurs as "terrible lizards" has long been debunked since the Dinosaur Renaissance.

Here's the link to his infamous hit list:

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He stole an old piece of art that I made years back and thinks that I have been "triggered" and end up in the streets for the rest of my life. Whatever he is talking about is the exact kind of thing that any Trump loving, racist, dim-witted, isolationist, uneducated, thiefing parasite would say. The guy thinks that all Christians should hate gays and blacks and its really pathetic. He also turns out to be a militant atheist who is like "blue pill, red pill", taking the Matrix too literally. His words have no real effect on me since he is a childish person that no one should take seriously. And I thought communism and and the Nazis were messed up in the brain.