Do you think that evolution is "just a theory"?
What does the word "theory" mean to a scientist? That is when scientists talk about "the theory of relativity", "the theory of gravity" or the "theory of evolution".
What does the word "hypothesis" mean to a scientist?
Many schools in the USA teach creationism – the idea that God put humans on Earth as we are today. What do you think of this?
What do you understand by the term ‘natural selection’?
What do you think of the term ‘survival of the fittest’? Is it the best description of evolution?
If an animal survives, but doesn't reproduce, is it helping the evolution of the species?
Does evolution always produce animals which are "better"? What about cave-living fish which lose their eyes? Or island-living birds which lose the ability to fly?
Did we evolve from monkeys, did monkeys evolve from humans or did we both evolve from something else?
Why have humans we evolved into different looks and colours?
Should we attempt to clone Neanderthals?
If Neanderthals had survived to this day how do you think out species - Homo sapiens - would treat them?
Are humans in any way “special”? How exactly?
Is humanity the pinnacle of evolution? In other words are we the "best evolved" species - the objective of the evolutionary process?
If intelligence is so useful why are we the only species to have evolved it?
Are we still evolving or does science and technology do it for us?
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