I have an idea based on the thread in Baptist Theology and Bible Study entitled "IF evolution is true,..." Suppose we use this new thread under Science here to pose legitimate questions from the perspective of whether evolution is true, or the perspective of it not being true. Then anyone who is sure they know a reasonable, logical answer may post it, including one that you think is better than a previously posted answer. For examples, I will pose 2 questions we may have dealt with before, but not too recently... 1) If evolution is true, why do humans have such a low tolerance for untreated water? IOW, why does raw water from lakes, streams and most natural springs make us sick so easily? How did we manage to successfully evolve before learning to dig wells and use filters and boiling? 2) If evolution is not true, why do we have an appendix, which does no apparent good and can cause much harm, and can be removed with no negative physiological consequences? One additional request: Please debate only the particular subject at hand, and don't just turn this into a typical 'familiar arguments' thread.