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We are the missing link
« on: December 07, 2011, 06:18:50 »
We are the missing link as there never was a missing link. Humans have always been varied and they have not slowly evolved over time according to the theory of evolution but have changed rapidly or perhaps virtually over night in one generation when a catastrophe has struck the world and changed the energy of the earth.

The race of Neanderthals were not killed by modern humans. They were either mostly wiped out by one of the ancient catastrophes or their offspring and young were changed into our modern human form very quickly.

That is why they will not find a race of missing links.
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Divergent evolution, convergent evolution or electric universe evolution?

If life is created through the influence of its surroundings - Morphic Fields, electromagnetic field, life force etc - then if that changes so will life.

There are lots of examples of animals in the past and today that have very similar body parts and features. Even different species have similar parts etc. Science uses divergent evolution and convergent evolution to explain these amazing coincidences.

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Divergent evolution is the accumulation of differences between groups which can lead to the formation of new species, usually a result of diffusion of the same species to different and isolated environments which blocks the gene flow among the distinct populations allowing differentiated fixation of characteristics through genetic drift and natural selection.

The apple maggot fly once infested the fruit of a native Australian hawthorn. In the 1860s some maggot flies began to infest apples. They multiplied rapidly because they were able to make use of an abundant food supply. Now there are two distinct species, one that reproduces when the apples are ripe, and another that continues to infest the native hawthorn. They have not only evolved different reproductive timing, but also now have distinctive physical characteristics
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divergent_evolution



The earths energy is changing - our magnetic field is slowly getting lower, new cloud types are appearing in the sky etc

Have the sharks mentioned below interbred or are they a new breed or change of the basic model?

Electric Universe evolution would work in the way that you have the basic model but then the field around it dictates what other parts will be added, removed or changed.

The fact that the sharks are either the size of one of the breeds and not the average would suggest that the sharks themselves have change and not interbred.

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Researchers found 57 of the new sharks along 1200 miles of coastline between New South Wales and Queensland, saying the interbreeding may be a response to climate change or fishing patterns.

Like the two parent species, the common black-tip and the Australian black-tip, the new shark is not considered dangerous - and scientists say there is no risk of the hybrids leading to a Jaws-style "mega-shark".

The hybrids were found at five locations and identified using genetic testing and body measurements. While the two parent black-tip species are closely related, they grow to different maximum sizes and are genetically distinct.

Dr Colin Simfendorfer, from James Cook University, said finding the hybrids was "very unusual".

"Telling the hybrids is extremely difficult, which is why it has never been done before," he told ABC Radio. "It came very much out of leftfield. We didn't think it was a possibility, but lo and behold there it was."

Dr Simfendorfer said hybrids are often sterile but there is evidence the new sharks have been breeding both with each other and with members of the separate black-tip species. Surprisingly, he said, the hybrids are not the average size of the two interbred species but tend to be roughly the same length as one species or the other.

A Queensland marine scientist, Dr Jennifer Ovenden, said the sharks may be adapting to changes in the environment and other closely related sharks and rays may also be interbreeding.

"Wild hybrids are usually hard to find, so detecting hybrids and their offspring is extraordinary," she said.

"Hybridisation could enable the sharks to adapt to environmental change as the smaller Australian black tip currently favours tropical waters in the north. The larger common black tip is more abundant in sub-tropical and temperate waters along the south-eastern Australian coastline."

Asked whether there was any risk of a "mega-shark" developing, Dr Simfendorfer said: "We don't think there's any issue with that at all. Both of these species we don't consider a danger to humans. Given that they keep the same sort of morphology of one or other of the parents, we should see no visible change in terms of what we see out there in the ocean."
World's first hybrid shark found in Australia  | telegraph.co.uk

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convergent evolution or lifes standard building blocks?
« Reply #2 on: August 13, 2012, 23:49:00 »
convergent evolution or lifes standard building blocks?

Is it convergent evolution or lifes standard building blocks that means different animals, plants, life have very similar parts/blocks?

If the earths energy/frequency helps create the physical aspect of life then after each earth catastrophe or change to the energy in our solar system the standard building blocks may change. This may explain why life supposedly millions of years apart can look and be very similar or use very similar building blocks.


Runner Bean Tree
This tree is a variant of Senna occidentalis (Cassia occidentalis, coffeeweed, Mogdad coffee) and its seed pods look very much like runner beans.

How did the 2 very different species get very similar looking pods when one is a tree?


Senna occidentalis (Cassia occidentalis) - convergent evolution?


Runner Bean Tree (Mogdad Coffee)


Runner beans flowering yellow or Cassia occidentalis flowering

"Tomatoes" - convergent evolution or divergent evolution