Check out this quote regarding going from animal instinct to complex human reasoning: “We are the heirs of an unfathomable wisdom. Through Darwinian trial and error, our genome has internalized the knowledge of the generations that have preceded us” (p. 25). Going further from that quote, we could say this as a rebuttal: “However, knowledge (i.e. information) is not a tangible thing, a property of matter. Even though information is stored on matter, it is a...Read More
One of the Biggest Evolutionary Leaps of Faith!!
Of all the miracles and huge gaps that have to be explained to reasonably believe in Evolution, the jump from ape/animal instinct and mimicking and limited thinking to the complexity of human understanding and thought… …How can you make that evolutionary jump?!?! (You have to have a lot of faith in the processes of Evolution with currently little to no evidence!!) Picture from: https://pixabay.com/photos/child-girl-white-kid-attractive-3041378/ accessed on...Read More
Sloths – Designed not Evolved!
Though sloth day has come and gone – mark it on your calendars for next year and take a look at some of the details about sloths – to me it points to being designed rather than evolved! “Unite your family in celebration of International Sloth Day on October 20th! There are six types of sloth, which are divided into groups based on how many toes they have: Two Toes or Three Toes–although this is not totally accurate. Both groups have three toes, but the “two-toed”...Read More
Fish hearts, nerves, and even embryos with umbilical cords intricately preserved in the fossils!!
Then on top of all that, listen to this: “Evolutionist Kenneth Kardong discussed the supposed evolutionary origin of jaws, “Such work is at the moment under way using molecular and genetic probes, but these have so far produced unsettled and somewhat contradictory results.” At this critical juncture there is no fossil evidence of such a strange transition, so an unscientific appeal is made to a large evolutionary leap.” So, what do you think, is there really evidence...Read More
How did it survive degradation??
Mutations within living things are not making life more complicated – in fact, evidence is showing that they start out more complicated! “The “interactome” of life — the set of gene regulatory networks and protein interactions — must survive perturbations to keep organisms alive. Mutations do not construct new complex machines. This study says that they “gum up the works.” Unless species “from bacteria to primates” had pre-existing strategies to backup and survive...Read More
Huge Gap – aka No Good Evidence for the Origin of Languages!
“Studies have shown that animals that respond to commands do so based on vocal tones rather than the spoken words. Thus, all attempts to solve the evolutionary origin of language have failed. Every child that learns how to speak learns from someone who already knows how to speak. There do not seem to be any exceptions to this rule. Feral children who grow up without contact with spoken language did not learn to speak until they came into contact with speaking...Read More
The Endosymbiosis Theory – Is it realistic?
Some evolutionists have postulated that simpler forms of life (ancient early cells) engulfed other simpler forms of life (two common examples hypothesized are mitochondria and chloroplasts) to become bigger and more complex cells – like eukaryotic cells today. Is that really possible?? Can one simpler blob of life with specific evolved genetic code engulf another simpler blob of life with it’s own specific evolved genetic code and then the host would have to...Read More
“There’s a fundamental principle at issue here. If something is over-engineered, does that not mean that it must have been engineered in the first place? And if it was engineered, does that not imply an engineer who designed and built the creature? No wonder even evolutionists can’t help but use language noting that the crocodylian lungs are “complex and appear very well designed” and marvel that alligators have “such a complex musculo-skeletal system”. Complexity,...Read More
Turtle Time #5: Turtles – Hopeful Monsters!!
“Systematist and reptile expert Olivier Rieppel stated that a big “problem for an evolutionary biologist is to explain these transformations in the context of a gradualistic process.” Rieppel concludes that turtles could not have evolved by any gradual process, so they must be an example of ‘hopeful monsters’, a result of major mutations that cause very rapid evolution called punctuated equilibrium.” Read this AMAZING article here:...Read More
Turtle Time #4: Designed Turtle Shells!!
“The shell design suggests “daring architectural design with innovative engineering.” Although the main function of the turtle shell is protection, it also serves as a reservoir for water, fat, and wastes and also functions as an effective pH buffer.” Read this AMAZING article here: https://creation.com/pappochelys-turtle-evolution Picture from: https://pixabay.com/vectors/cartoon-green-sea-turtle-2027744/ accessed...Read More
Turtle Time #3: No Conclusive Turtle Transitional Fossils!!
– Even a supposed 220 million years ago, turtles had clear shells and look like modern turtles!! “More fossils and more research has only resulted in biologists telling “dueling stories of how turtles got their shells”.” “A huge chasm exists between turtles and their proposed reptilian ancestors. The latest claims of evolutionary links totally fail to bridge this large gap. The origin of turtles remains one of the most problematic claims of evolution and all efforts...Read More
Turtle Time #2: How did the shoulder blade get inside the ribs??
““Remarkable changes in [both] the skeleton and internal organs” were required to evolve turtles from non-turtles.”” “Another required change concerns the scapulae (‘shoulder blades’), which in other vertebrates are located outside of the rib cage, except in turtles, where they are located inside the rib cage (along with the humerus and several other bones).” “Why is it that uniquely in turtles the shoulder blade lies inside the ribcage, instead of being located...Read More