May 16, 2011


Many single-celled forms of life exist, but no known forms of animal life have 2, 3, 4, or 5 cells.a Known forms of life with 6–20 cells are parasites, so they must have a complex animal as a host to provide such functions as respiration and digestion. If macroevolution happened, one should find many transitional forms of life with 2–20 cells—filling the gap between one-celled and many-celled organisms.

--- So how did multi-celled organisms happen to be without being parasite at first?


What if the iniverse that we live in is one of the rare situations that the matters get to become a low entropy?

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