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Published: Monday, June 10 2013 4:00 p.m. MDT

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UTAH Bill
Salt Lake City, UT

Overlooked is the obvious fact human beings have moved beyond the influence of many Natural Selection impacts. Too dark? We don't adapt to that. We light things up, thus negating the need for our eyes to evolve. My point is Humans now change and control things to suit us - not the other way around.

Lowonoil
Clearfield, UT

I was asked by some missionaries, "If you believe in evolution, what do you think we are evolving into?" I told them we evolve into whoever has the most babies, so I guess we are evolving into Catholics and Mormons.

BYU Track Star
Los Angeles, CA

Interesting, In the early 1960s there was a short-lived kitsche art fad where artists drew pictures of kids with big sad eyes as shown in the above pictures. I think it would be very funny to have our descendants unearth these kitschy artifacts. What would these descendants make of this art? Prehaps the then future Prophet will revelate that these artist imagined children were the then elect who mankind evolved into.

BYU Track Star
Los Angeles, CA

@ Lowonoil.

I have to agree with you. The Demographics in Israel are going more and more Semitic although the tribe of Ismael seems to be winning the demographic race. And I dare say in Utah, the children of the Aztecs, Mayan and Mixtec, They call it the Reconquista of the West, are giving the Children of Mother England a run for their money.

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