This Theory Explained for its misuse is common for the evolutionist. It is accurate but slick in its presentation. It leaves itself an out if you read it with the word phenomena.
Just because something is observable does not mean it is fully explainable. This is the wiggle room the evolutionist needs to keep their theory as the only acceptable form of knowledge describing our origin. Yet in all of this I have never heard why there can be laws of physics that had to be violated to make it possible. The 2nd law of thermodynamics had to be violated for the theory of evolution to move from idea to fact. Things had to go from disorder to order for it to have happened. Oh, I do get explanations, but they are point of view, not based upon the law they firmly believe in.
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