There are supposedly some 10 million years of mutations separating man from chimps. Chimps and men differ by some 5% of their DNA (the evolutionist 1% has been proven wrong by the same man who originally made the statement). Since chimps and men have about 3 billion DNA base pairs that 5% represents some 150,000,000 favorable mutations in those ten million years. Since with all our science, all our billions in research on DNA for decades have not shown a single favorable mutation has ever happened, I think that your statement is absolutely wrong scientifically
Stop trying to use numbers to test their ideas. It makes them furious. All other branches of science use mathematical analysis to support their conclusions, but the rules are different for evolution. For an evolutionist the standard of proof is:
"If I can imagine a way it MIGHT have happened, then you must believe the it DID happen that way, or you are a willfully ignorant bible-thumping idiot. PS- Once the way I imagined that it might have happened gets nullified by further observations, you must then believe that the next thing I imagine is the way it did happen- or else you once again are a willfully ignorant, bible thumping idiot.
posted on 02/01/2003 8:42:44 PM PST
All other branches of science use mathematical analysis to support their conclusions, but the rules are different for evolution.
Yup, facts are such a problem for evolutionists, one more thing for them to need to try to explain away! They also have their own math. For example, one would think that if you take away something you would end up with less not more. However in evo math when natural selection takes away from the gene pool you get more genes than you had before!
posted on 02/01/2003 10:22:09 PM PST
(Evolution is whatever lie you want it to be!)
Stop trying to use numbers to test their ideas. It makes them furious.
Trying to use bogus numbers to defend their ideas makes us furious. :-)
posted on 02/03/2003 1:57:17 AM PST
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