Discovery – December 2021

Regular readers of our Discovery magazine know that we often talk about the theory of evolution. This can sometimes get a little confusing. You see, in most books that discuss evolution, the authors use two different definitions of the word. First, the word evolution is defined as “change over time.” But then, the authors include a different idea in which they state that a single-celled organism “changed over time” into all the different forms of life that we see today. This definition of evolution is the one we read most about in science books, and it is the one that is wrong. While a single-celled organism can change a little over time, it can never change into a human.

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