Asked by nothopeless
Alright, but…my question is this. No matter how it came to be, did life begin as one-celled organisms that eventually evolved into the complex mammals etc. we see today? Or did life start out as already-existed complex life-forms that just changed in form and function over time? If you’re arguing the former, you’re saying evolution decidedly made life more and more complex. If you’re arguing the latter (which you must be, since multiple people have said evolution doesn’t make living things more complex), that means monkeys and horses and fish ect. have always existed as long as life has existed, and they haven’t changed much at all, since they haven’t gotten more complex…just different. So which is it?