EccentricEnderman

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Sadly they still cutting NASA's funding 10 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
We are sending more to prep for manned missions.
Sadly they still cutting NASA's funding 10 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
I suppose I could.
Seriously, if this is you, take notes. 4 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
Aye domics!
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Sadly they still cutting NASA's funding 10 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
I want to work for NASA, but they have no money, so don't want to do that.
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He knows nothing, but his family knows something 6 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
Yeah I was wondering, cause toilets have been around for a loooooooong time.
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I love this Film! 16 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
hai!
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I love this Film! 16 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
yesh :3
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I love this Film! 16 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
Yeet
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The struggles are real 16 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
Reporting to duty. Seems there is relatable content today.
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I LOVE PROGRAMMING 11 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
Python is my favorite
*cries* 13 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
I just upgraded my phone from a iPhone 4 and the at&t guy said my phone was worth $15 :|
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This teacher is in trouble 24 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
Why isn't this an issue if a kid says something similar?
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This is the reason I never do it 8 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
Freaks and Geeks
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Checkmate darwin 35 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
I'm not sure how your counterargument disproves evolution. But I returned to say that I was born and raised Christian. I believe that God exists, but I also believe in evolution. Just as you can't say God doesn't exist (because we can't know for sure) you can't disprove evolution because there is so much evidence.
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Checkmate darwin 35 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
I have not even talked about the fossil and carbon dating evidence. So if you will please go research and inform yourself. Thank you.
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Checkmate darwin 35 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
As humans began to eat cheese and milk we started to retain the enzyme throughout our adulthood allowing use to digest dairy with ease. Not all people can digest lactase though, because not all groups of humans started eating milk in the same quantities others did, allowing for a variation in how long a person can retain their enzymes. One last point I have is for agriculture. I will use carrots as an example; carrots aren’t supposed to be orange. Originally carrots were white, yellow, or purple and you can find these varieties still in existence. Humans (specifically the Dutch) cultivated white and yellow carrots to eventually produce the sweeter orange carrot we know. They did this by breeding the sweeter and more desirable carrots together until they came upon the type they wanted. This is just one example of humans modifying their food for better use. And my whole post was just a small sample of evolution visible to us now.
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Checkmate darwin 35 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
I shall now present to you just a small portion of evidence for evolution, as you asked: One aspect is that we can actually see things evolve. Larger evolutional changes take place over millions of years, but with rapidly reproducing bacteria, plants, and animals you can see how the changes and stimulate this in a lab (it's called experimental evolution). For example, there is a long term study being conducted to observe the bacteria E.coli as it evolves over time. They have observed genetic changes in 12 colonies of the bacteria since 1988, including but not limited to an increase in fitness and the ability to use citrate as an energy source. Bacteria are only one case of visible evolution. Another is apparent in humans: some people are lactose intolerant and others are not. All mammals are inherently lactose intolerant. The lactase enzyme found in mammalian young is use to digest milk from their mother. When the baby grows up they loose the enzyme as they have no need for it.
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Checkmate darwin 35 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
This video/channel kills me.
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snake 5 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
This is Atheris Hispida (a hairy bush viper). The snakes original color in the picture is green. But this looks awesome anyways ^ ^
I'm 5'2, none of them fit 32 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
Aye 4'11" club down here!
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"Why don't you brush your hair?" This. This is why I don't 15 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
Tip from fellow curly haired person: Use a wide toothed comb to untangle your hair only when wet. I also use a lot of conditioner to keep the frizz down.
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ya boy bill nye 7 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
;n; blame the ap chem
ya boy bill nye 7 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
I know
ya boy bill nye 7 comments
eccentricenderman · 5 years ago
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