If Pokemon Evolutions Were Realistic

If Pokemon Evolutions Were Realistic

August 27, 2019 100 By Stanley Isaacs


What?!
Bulbasaur is evolving! (Gasp) Oh boy! …since all living things are constantly involved in the process of evolution! What? Evolution is, by definition, not a process that an individual organism undergoes. It’s constant, happening over the course of countless generations with noticeable, widespread changes across a population taking hundreds of thousands, if not millions of years. But…Ivysaur So, while this particular Bulbasaur will not have it’s traits or genetics change future generations very likely will – through the mechanism of natural selection – be better able to adapt to their environment and more likely to thrive! Why are you doing this? For an organism to change its biological form, it would need to undergo a metamorphosis which exists wholly separately from evolution. Since Bulbasaur is neither an insect nor an amphibian, it is very unlikely to have a secondary stage that it will mature into. This is a glitch, right? Uh? No, don’t you know anything about science? Idiot? Yeah dummy, we’re not biology worms (ICECREAM?!) We live in the real world okay?(YOUR JUST BARBAGE!) Read some scientific journals to get a better understanding of the majestic world around you (YOUR A F***KING BALOON!!) NOOOO!! *gasps* Thank Arceus, it was just a terrible dream where science existed Mom! I’m going out to resurrect a fossil. Can I borrow the dragon? *ting*