Underwater Creature Camouflage

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+26 1. Babinizats commented 11 years ago

That was so cool!
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+17 2. Master_Bainzu commented 11 years ago

This looks unreal... :O
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+9 3. patriotaus commented 11 years ago

very cool
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+11 4. captin_corpse commented 11 years ago

amazing find Aliquantulus!
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-1 5. Master_Bainzu commented 11 years ago

This looks unreal... :O
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-7 6. Walter_Mitty commented 11 years ago

Let's see a show of hands here. How many of you really believe all these creatures are the result of random mutations?
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+2 7. eNdEmiOn06463 commented 11 years ago

Amazing makes fictional shape-shifting immediately more plausible. ;)

#6 What are you suggesting? I hope not some sort of god like intervention? And yes I do believe its random. Have you ever heard of the ghost in the machine? Same randomness.

("There have always been ghosts in the machine . . . random segments of code that have grouped together to form unexpected protocols...";)
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+1 8. filter commented 11 years ago

i wish the octopus would make the transformers noise when it changes. KEE KEH KAH KOH KOO!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8FgDmo_9sY
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+3 9. killingvirus commented 11 years ago

i wish i had one of those firework fish XD realy cool and the Camouflage of the octopus is really awesome to :D
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+4 10. Maz commented 11 years ago

#6 You spoke my mind, and why didn't I say that before you did?

well, check your comment rating :/ so immature...
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+2 11. moskwiz commented 11 years ago

#6 they're not random mutations, their selective mutations..

.. and.. God, how I hate this format. Why do Americans have to make an action movie of everything -.-
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+1 12. kingerr commented 11 years ago

Good selection of the soundtrack for the clip.
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-1 13. Walter_Mitty commented 11 years ago

#11 Give me one example of a mutation that resulted in new genetic information.
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+1 14. BaronKite commented 11 years ago

@ #13: piss off god boy
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+1 15. zerorain commented 11 years ago

i wanted to get those octopus and cuttlefish for my saltwater tank but found out that i need a 100g+ tank and constant water changes because of the waste consumption...

oh well maybe in the future.
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+7 16. moskwiz commented 11 years ago

#13 Every mutation results in new genetic information by definition.. That's pretty much what mutation means, that a gene or a chromosome has changed because of something.

Mutations that are not harmful might be useful and if the specimen with a useful mutation is more successful in life than the other specimens without it, it might become favorable and that specimen could prevail as a dominant one. Other specimens would then start preferring to procreate with it rather than other specimens without the favorable mutation. This would go on until most of the specimens in the population had the new mutation thus rendering the old genome obsolete and voila, a new evolutionary version of the animal would be created.

Pretty hard to argue with that really.. Darwin or no Darwin.. besides I think trying to prove God with technology or scientific method (which is what creationism is) is a really dumb thing to do and it dampens faith as a whole.

God doesn't need to be proven of being the creator of all things. In my view, Darwinism or modern science doesn't even conflict with God in any way.. Mutations are one of the prime causes for evolution, now who created mutations, is another question altogether ;)
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+1 17. NucleoVega commented 11 years ago

#13, look up Darwin's finches.

also, cool vid.
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0 18. Walter_Mitty commented 11 years ago

#16 Mutations never result in new information. Mutations may in some cases prove beneficial; but are always the result of damaged or missing genetic information.
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+3 19. DancingBuffalo commented 10 years ago

Now THAT is A~MAZING!~!!! Imagine the ALL the work going into capturing all this increadable footage!!!
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+2 20. Bream73 commented 9 years ago

Great clip and entertaining comment trail