Debate on church doctrine and or threads on specific religious matters may be best posted in the religion forum, but the defense of religious freedom, especially against those who wish to deprive us of same belongs front and center on FR...They banned God and prayer and creationism from public schools and public places, but Ill be damned if theyre gonna ban Him or it from FR!
Global warming “scientists” and evo “scientists”...one and the same.
You can prove evolution is a lie in one sentence. I won’t stick to just one sentence, but you could if you weren’t given to talking too much.
It is a random process, right? Mutations and selective breeding over countless years.
So where are all of evolution’s failures(that’s the one sentence, btw)? Show me the fossil of just one “impossible creature.” There should be an entire branch of science dedicated to them. For every random success...there should be a billion, a trillion, a gajillion failures.
(Hey, cool! Prandtl-Glauert condensation!)
But, in case you think there were no blind alleys:
No matter. In what Michael Shermer calls the best book ever written on the subject, Donald Prothero simply makes up whatever evidence he wants.
So now they've taken to writing science fiction to support the ToE? They actually have to make up imaginary animals to justify it?
This is desperation....
Crick is one of my scientific heroes. Now I have lots of new leads to pursue, find I'm not alone, and other scientists question it as well, but some of this work may turn out to be outdated.
First I'll have to figure out who came up with that quote, got it from an evolution vs. creationism debate on youtube.
Some FReepers act like you're ignorant if you don't accept evolution unquestioningly which seems to be the dominating thought out there.
Stephen Meyer, historian.
I'm calling Bullsh!t. Would you care to explain how this posting is a defense of religious freedom and not a defense of specific church doctrine that Jim Robinson says belongs in the Religion Forum?
This guy is completely incorrect on haltares. Guess he never actually took entomology while in the seminary.
His discussing the haltares and the controlling ultrabithorax gene is severely lacking.....and 180 degrees from reality.
Yes, if they deactivate the gene, it will develop wings that do not function normally. Friggin’ D’UH.....that’s because those wings will only have the muscles necessary to flap tiny haltares, not large wings, you friggin’ idiot. You’d have to develop the wings AND the muscles to have functional wings.
This is what happens when theologists stray into the science world.
That’s basically what evolution is - make it up as you go along “science.”