Earth has more 90,000 percent more cows than tigers living on the planet, proof that natural selection doesn’t work.
January 14, 2010 1 Comment
I don’t believe that natural selection works. There are currently about 2 billion cows living on the planet and about 22,000 tigers. Natural selection states that, “animals which are more fit have a better chance of survival and passing on their genes.”
Since the cows on the planet outnumber the tigers 90,000 to 1, does that mean that cows are more equipped to survive than tigers?
There is no way that a cow is more equipped for survival than a tiger.
1. Tigers can climb trees, cows can’t climb trees.
2. Tigers can jump 11 feet in the air, cows can’t jump over a four foot fence.
3. Tigers can see in the dark and hunt at night, cows sleep at night.
The reason we have more cows than tigers, is people. People poach tigers and farm cattle. The cow or tiger’s environmental fitness or genetic strength doesn’t determine survival, people do. People don’t care how fit or unfit an animal is. We just poach, hunt, eat, or farm any animal we want. That is why I don’t believe natural selection works. Natural selection just doesn’t work when you have people walking around.
I guess excelling in the animal kingdom is a lot like excelling in the business world. It’s not about what you can do, that determines how successful you are, but who you know. And in this case, the reason cows are so successful is that they know people.