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Posted on 11/23/2011 3:45:44 PM PST by geraldmcg
Question: What is reality? ...After several debates with multiple evolutionary "experts" including several authors, a physicist and a college professor, this is the proper question to pose to the evolutionists. As with any debate, scientific, economic, political there are so-called "experts" on all sides will argue in perpetuity. In the case of evolution it's almost a waste of time to present the following foundational four facts:
NUMBER ONE: There is no physical fossil record of even one single mutant, evolving species anywhere. There are a lot of artist renditions, anecdotal evidence and claims of such things but that's it. One cannot walk into a college laboratory and find them. One cannot walk into the Museum of Natural History and find them. The fossil record of evolution simply does not exist. So, if there truly were millions of mutant morphing stages between animals and man as the mad scientists claim, then don't you thing a single one of these millions life forms might show up in some fossil record? NUMBER TWO: Charles Darwin himself admits his THEORY can't explain our human instinct or origins. Check it out in chapter 7 on Instinct in "The Origin of Species Or The Preservation Of The Favored Races In The Struggle For Life." By the way, with a title like that is it any wonder he served as major inspiration to Margaret Sanger who founded the largest chain of abortion clinics in the U.S., Planned Parenthood based on her "negro project" aimed at aborting Black babies. And does another infamous person come to mind when you hear the last half of the title of Darwin's book, "Preservation of the FAVORED Races"? Can find Adolf Hitler in THIS fossil record? NUMBER 3: Evolutionary "scientists" are all over the map on what evolution actually is. Multiple accounts of "evolution" by evolutionists themselves tell very different stories as their own theories keep evolving; consider these headlines: -Scientific American, October 2010: "Human Evolution is Not Over: How our species is still evolving over time" -Discover November 2010 "Did Life Begin In Space?" (If evolution is "science" wouldn't they know this already?) -MailOnline, August 1, 2011 "The End of Evolution? Scientists say human brain may have reached full capacity"...Ape-Parently (show text saying Ape-Parently with a picture of a monkey with a baby human) they didn't read the aforementioned article from Scientific American) -MailOnline, October 14, 2011 "Humans are descended from fish-like animal with a 'sixth sense'" ...So does this mean that fish came from the constellation Orion? And finally, NUMBER 4: In order for the THEORY of "evolution" and the "Big Bang" to be true, four of the most well established LAWS of science must be bent: a. Newton's Laws of Motion b. The Laws of Thermodynamics c. Law of Biogenesis d. Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion
With this said, without throwing out these 4 bedrock scientific pillars, is there any scientific-minded sensible person who can still embrace such a theory? So, what then is reality? More: http://www.THEorYofLIVEvolution.com
Could be a good popcorn thread. ;-)
“Evolution theories are still evolving”
Of course they are. What’s the news in this?
Psychic Sea Creatures From Outer Space. Orion? Nah, I'm thinking the Pleiades.
Might want to lace that butter with a little antivenin.
That’s why they call them theories. Its certainly no big deal.
What scientists tell you today is absolute fact.
What they told you yesterday, just forget it.
I don’t have religious problems with evolution. But I do have scientific problems. It just doesn’t make scientific sense. The statistical odds against it are astronomical.
So, we even get scientists coming up with an “infinite number of universes” theory, just to get over THAT little problem.
Just to ask one simple question, how on earth does a creature evolve and develop wings? Wings are an advantage, certainly, but how about all the intermediate stages? What’s the advantage in half-sized wings? Quarter sized wings? They are an extra burden until the point where they actually work, so how on earth could natural selection favor them?
The same with every other aspect of the physical body of any animal. And that doesn’t even get into the deal breaker—the complexity of numerous constituent organic compounds at the cellular level, more than a dozen of which already have to exist (without any purpose) so they can come together and produce even a one-celled creature?
None of it makes sense.
Aliens inseminated apes. We are the result. It was the best they could do.
Not really, this one is probably one of the more lamest anti-evolution articles ever found here, but oh well, at least while they are posting here they are not out there in the "real world" scarring regular people away from Conservatism
The simple answer: By being created with the ability to evolve.
Science is constantly evolving. Is this supposed to be news?
Think I’ll stick with butter and salt as I don’t need the immunity!
And that right there is science. The problem as I see it is, scientists don't want to confuse you so they may continue to tell you something all the while knowing the scientific evidence doesn't support what they say. The only thing we can do is look at all the evidence ourselves.
There's a lot of science behind the TOE. Still, just because there's a lot of science behind the TOE that doesn't mean we evolved from common ancestors. After looking at all the evidence I'd say there are two potential theories:
apes Neanderthals. We are the result. It was the best they could do to destroy the natural, divinely made link between heart and mind that created Paradise.
Did you know that dinosaurs were an evil plot cooked up by Joseph Smith and implemented by Brigham Young to promote the transcontinental railroad so that illegal Chinese Aliens would steal jobs through granite mountains of the Sierra Nevadas so that Evangelicals would have to go on welfare .. before there was welfare?
There is a very good example of evolution, of sorts, happening right now in the US. It is fairly simple in character.
There is a species of bird found throughout the US, in three breeds. The western US breed can reproduce with the central US breed, and the eastern US breed can also reproduce with the central US breed. But the western and eastern breeds are too far apart, genetically, to breed.
And the central US breed is dying out. When it is extinct, the western and eastern branches will be two different species. Nothing distinct enough to show up in the fossil record, it can only be determined by looking at their DNA.
Dramatic mutation in a species usually fails, with any mutants either being killed by the adults around them as infants, or just by not having enough advantage to matter.
A more common evolutionary skill is for a species to either develop more chromosomes, so it has more flexibility when dealing with environmental changes; or shedding unneeded chromosomes, to save energy.
Even “simple” species can have many chromosomes or few chromosomes, depending on its needs. There is a breed of fern, for example, with about 1,200 chromosomes. Guinea pigs have 64. But people only have 46.
Importantly, as a species, we are shedding chromosomes. The male “Y” chromosome used to be an “X”, but lost one of its arms. When it completely fails, another “X” chromosome will take its place.
They think they know which one, because of the common genetic problem called “fragile X syndrome”. Another X will lose one of its arms, becoming the new Y, and then the current Y will be completely discarded.
Excuse me while I go get a banana.
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Aliens inseminated apes and we are the result? lol
Maybe they created spineless politicians but not the rest of US.
Yep. About as nonsensical as believing pygmies impregnated Brontosauruses...
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