If evolution is true, life would have started out simple and then evolved in complexity over time.
The premise is false. We still have bacteria and other single-celled organisms. Evolution does not result in more complex organisms, it results in organisms that are better at surviving in their ecological niche, though the mechanism of less-capable organisms dying off. An organism that does well-enough in its niche will stay mostly unchanged.
posted on 02/01/2013 11:23:42 AM PST
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We still have bacteria and other single-celled organisms.
If evolution were true, by now they'd look like this:
posted on 02/01/2013 11:29:31 AM PST
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The premise is accurate if you are discussing Darwinian evolution.
Also, the point is the lack of transitional forms supporting Darwinian e.
posted on 02/01/2013 11:44:43 AM PST
by D Rider
...it results in organisms that are better at surviving in their ecological niche, though the mechanism of less-capable organisms dying off.
Characterizing neo-Darwinian evolutionary theory in a way that restricts it to the particular mechanism of adaptation rather than, say, a change in gene frequencies is also a false premise.
posted on 02/02/2013 5:38:20 AM PST
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