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Sunday, March 29, 2009

Big Evolutionary Question Answered

Preview for Sunday 032909

Hey folks,

Welcome to the Big Sunday Edition of the OPNTalk Blog. Before we get started today, I want to give you the Coffee of the day. Today is one of my favorites, you can find it in most local Supermarkets, or here at there Website Today's flavor, Chocolate Truffle.

So it seems I have some exciting news for all of you Evolutionists out there. They have solved a huge Evolutionary question. That's right. This find is so big that according to Live - Big Blobs Change View of Evolution

Yet as they cruised above the seafloor, the team was distracted by hundreds of bizarre, sediment-coated balls the size of grapes. Each sat at the end of a sinuous track in the seafloor ooze. Indeed, the balls appeared to have made the tracks; some even seemed to have rolled upslope.

The team collected specimens and identified the creatures as giant protozoans, Gromia sphaerica, each one a single large cell with an organic shell, or "test." When cleaned of sediment, the test feels like grape skin, but squishier, Matz says.

Surprisingly, the tracks on the Bahamian seafloor resemble grooves found in sedimentary rocks formed as long as 1.8 billion years ago. The ancient grooves, bisected by a low ridge, had constituted the only evidence that multicellular, bilaterally symmetrical animals, such as worms, might have evolved so early in Earth's history.

So there you go. The groves were not formed by multi celled creature like worms, but by these grape sized single celled organism. Now we all go Ooooh. OK. So where did THESE come from? Answer me that, and I will be impressed.

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IWA for Sunday 032909

By the way, please do not tell me you one of the Idiots that turned their lights off last night? Seriously? You know while you were in the dark between 8:30 and 9:30 pm last night, I was right here in the OPNTalk Office, computer fired up, coffee maker going, TV on, lights, and even had my Cell Phone Charger plugged in.

However, I guess according to the AP,

Time zone by time zone, nearly 4,000 cities and towns in 88 countries joined the event sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund to dim nonessential lights from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The campaign began in Australia in 2007 and last year grew to 400 cities worldwide.

So all the Chicken Little Crowd, Kooks, and Sheeple can feel good about themselves and feel like they actually did something. That's really the only point to this. They even admit this.

Earth Hour organizers say there's no uniform way to measure how much energy is saved worldwide.

Or what effect it even has on the Global Warming Scam. Or what the point really is. Hell, it did not even stop the NCAA tournament from being watched.

In the Chicago suburb of Blue Island, Eli Rodriguez, 41, owner of a Mexican restaurant called Tenochtitlan switched off not only the lights but also the television, which was playing a NCAA tournament basketball game.

"Everybody was happy I did it," Rodriguez said. "They support this. They understood."

But after a few seconds, he turned the game back on and kept the lights dim.

{Laughing} I guess Basketball is more essential than saving the planet. {Smile}

Lot's to do today, so let's get going. I'm going to refill my cup. Be right back.

Live - Big Blobs Change View of Evolution
AP - Antarctica to Pyramids — lights dim for Earth Hour

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