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
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
“Unexpected Aerodynamics of Bat Flight”
“Unexpected aerodynamics of bat flight…it just gets harder for evolutionists”!! “The stretchy skin on a bat’s wings interacts with air differently compared to the firmer wings of birds and insects. This elasticity, combined with dozens of joints (even more than in a human hand),3 allows bats to generate unusual wing shapes and motions, e.g. that give more lift at higher angles of attack—the angle at which the wing meets the air on the downstroke. This may allow bats...Read More
“If ENCODE is right, evolution is wrong.”
If Evolution has occurred due to mutations occurring randomly over long periods of time, then the human genome would just be filled with extra stuff – “Junk DNA”. The Encode Project “undermined the “junk DNA” myth and simultaneously fulfilled an ID prediction: that non-coding parts of the genome would prove functional. Junk-DNA proponents like Dan Graur were upset at the time, admitting as Jonathan Wells reported, “If ENCODE is right, evolution is wrong.”...Read More
“Striking” – Complexity and the Incredible Functional Nature of DNA
“Striking” – Complexity and the Incredible Functional Nature of DNA is Evidence of an Intelligent Designer!! “Skipper says it was “striking” to find that they were able to assign a “biochemical function” to 80 percent of the genome: striking, because “not such a long time ago, we still considered that a vast proportion of the human genome was simply junk.” Birney comments, “It’s very hard to get over the density of information” in the genome. They found places that...Read More
The Wombat – a Backwards Creature!!…But Evidence of a Designer!!
“The wombat is one of Australia’s many unique creatures that is found nowhere else on earth. This animal is a marsupial – meaning it has a pouch in which prematurely born young finish their development. Having a pouch is great if you are a kangaroo – but a wombat is a burrowing animal. If the pouch opened toward the mom’s head, the pouch would quickly fill with dirt. So the wombat’s pouch faces backward; it opens towards the mother’s hind legs. Now,...Read More
Is Genetic Entropy Real?
Can Genetic Entropy (the conclusion that mutations cause a downhill trend that does not lead to evolution) stand up to critiques from experts? “In reviewing the many attempted rebuttals from these various evolutionist experts, a few general observations can be noted. First, it often takes a lot of ‘doing’ to get any straight or direct answers as to why they reject Genetic Entropy. Second, we rarely see any evidence that these detractors have actually read Dr....Read More
Improving the Encyclopedia – 1 Letter at a Time??
Mutations are mistakes. “These mistakes are almost never helpful. Could you ever expect to improve an encyclopedia by adding more and more spelling mistakes every time one is printed? The evolutionary literature acknowledges this very clearly: Even the simplest of living organisms are highly complex. Mutations—indiscriminate alterations of such complexity—are much more likely to be harmful than beneficial.5 And: In summary, the vast majority of mutations are...Read More
“Neither Simple nor Primitive!”
“When a predator comes close to a certain species of jellyfish, the jellyfish turns off the lights in its bell-shaped body and turns on the lights at the end of its tentacles. Then the jellyfish stretches its body as far as possible from its tentacles. As the predator approaches the lighted tentacles, the jellyfish switches off all its lights and scoots away as fast as it can. If the predator wasn’t fooled and wants to continue the chase, the jellyfish switches...Read More
A Fish Giving Live Birth! – Is it an Evolutionary Leap??
This was actually a C-section nonetheless! “Contrary to journalistic hype, this case provides no insights into the supposed ‘evolutionary leap’ between egg-laying and live birth.3 In fact, Mary’s pregnancy was on the verge of killing her. She became so bloated that she needed a caesarean section to ‘deliver’ her tiny fish embryos—56 of these microscopic fish fry survived to become healthy adult sticklebacks, but only by being carefully reared in the lab. Sadly, Mary...Read More
THAT IS COLD!
Biologists have discovered a growing list of creatures which freeze solidly in the winter, only to thaw out and resume life in the spring. Three species of tree frogs have been added to this list. As cold fall weather approaches, these northern tree frogs burrow under the dead leaves in the forest. Scientists found that up to 35% of the frogs’ body fluids freeze when they are cooled to several degrees below freezing. How do these frogs survive death, when freezing...Read More