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kobolds

Fly out of earth

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Just a thought .

Through Evolution , do you think it is possible for animal to evo into something that can fly out of earth and fly to another planet .

if we look at the step of evolution

water animal -> land animal -> sky animal -> ???next evolution ????

pretty scary to think that our evolution , it is not to survive but rather in order to go out from earth .

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We would have to evolve into not needing oxygen or gravity and to be able to withstand the radiation of space. Don't think that is going to happen.

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We would have to evolve into not needing oxygen or gravity and to be able to withstand the radiation of space. Don't think that is going to happen.

if based on what you said then Land animal evolved from sea creature will be impossible but it did happened .

why do we need outside oxygen if our body can self generate .if human body can produce C02, why can't it produce Oxygen. it is same logic.

plant can produce oxygen , from the similarity between animal and plant cells , I don't see why it is not possible

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If you truly research evolution in-depth, it doesn't even logically explain why birds exist and can fly, much less space travel...

One of the many many reasons why I take Darwinism to be total hogwash...

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