Wait, you CAN evolve into something else because you are a colonial organism, not an individual.
By Celestia, you may be right! Time to get our evolution on!
(I’m using the royal “our”. If that’s okay with you Princess-types. Your Highness. Oh my. Eee!)
Wow! I didn't know Pokemon was available in the Archean era!
Pokemon’s been around pretty much forever.
Anonymous asked:I've just noticed something - HOW ARE YOU EVEN COMMUNICATING WITH US, THE INTERWEBS? I mean, do you have a tiny laptop or something?
Yes I do, actually. The reason you never noticed it before is because when I’m not using it I keep it hidden under a lampshade.
Anonymous asked:What do you do for fun?
Accumulating sediments is quite a riot.
Do you take care of the other prokaryotes when they get sick? Phages can be nasty.
Oh yes, I often nurse other stromatolites’ prokaryotes back to health, and if any of mine get sick, somestromatolite else nurses mine back to health! Sometimes a little vacation is all that a sick prokaryote needs.
What sort of creature do you hope to evolve into some day?
Individuals don’t evolve into creatures, species evolve into different species.
Except in Pokemon.
I'm having a lot of trouble coping with the fact that this blog exists... And deep down, I love this blog...
Blog not important. Love important.
Anonymous asked:Are there any stromatolite's you have a crush on? like bigstromac?
Oh my, no, we’re asexual.
Stromatbow Dash is fast, maybe she will develop new types of cell the quickest, who do you think will? and why... that is if you are changing rapidly.
Maybe she will, but is it really a race? Where’s the finish line?
What's the difference between a prokaryote and a eukaryote? And what did they evolve from?
I don’t know what a eukaryote is (yet). Spoiler alert: Maybe it’s something that will evolve from a prokaryote in the distant future? But prokaryotes are pretty successful right now, so I’m sure they’ll still be able to compete with whatever new random developments appear.
I haven’t seen any critters that prokaryotes might have evolved from, but I’m not even sure if their origins could be strictly described as evolutionary in a biological sense if they perhaps arose from conditions that could be better described with chemistry rather than biology. Oh but listen to me babble on about this strange stuff that I’m not even sure about! You may find that Wikipedia generally has better answers than a brainless lump of sediments and single-celled organisms does. ^_^;