that may be 'turned
menopause, etc.), so if it may
have been with the first cell made billions of years ago, awaiting being
'turning on' later into irreducibly
Such systems under evolution
could not have existed, because evolution would
have gotten rid of these 'useless' cells long before they had a chance
Evolutionists in the past
had claimed 'selectional advantage' due to what they assumed was a mutation
enabling genes to be responsive to changes of phenotype.
They felt natural
selection favored a physiological
mechanism that allowed learned characteristics to be passed genetically
to offspring. Like so much of this type
of thinking, it
was a lot of bunk.
Evolutionists assume natural
selection to be true, yet fail to explain any intelligence behind the 'natural'
part of the natural selection phrase.(other
the 'intelligent magic' of natural selection somehow acting upon random
mutations toward modification of a species).
that this enables it to be 'selective'.
from this starting point with descriptions of how timed and reactive changes
programmed into things by Creator-God can be attributed
to evolution. It's the same attitude a coworker may have who attempts to
attribute your hard work to their credit. It's an outcrop of the ancients
of the same attitude:.Jeremiah
44:16,17; Romans 1:28.
Jeffrey S. Wicken, Biochemistry
Department, Behrend College, Pennsylvania State University, USA, 'The generation
of complexity in evolution: a thermodynamic and information theoretical
of Theoretical Biology, vol. 77, April 1979, pp. 351-352.."In
spite of these conceptual
problems connected with natural selection as an evaluative principle, the
most serious deficiencies in neo-Darwinism.(new
or modern day Darwinism; the
to its 'generative'.aspect.
As a generative principle, providing the raw material for natural selection,
is inadequate both in scope and theoretical grounding. It provides little
insight into the creative, anamorphic
character of evolution or into the problem of 'origins'.alluded
Colin Patterson, on the subject of 'cladistics',
in an interview on British Broadcasting Corporation.(BBC).television,
March 4, 1982."There
is no doubt that natural
selection is a mechanism, that it works.(how?).
It has been repeatedly demonstrated by experiment. There is no doubt at
all that it works. But the question of whether it produces new species
is quite another matter. No one has ever produced a species by mechanisms
of natural selection. No one has ever gotten near it and most of the current
argument in neo-Darwinism is about this question: how a species originates
and it is there that natural selection seems to be fading out and chance
mechanisms of one sort or another are being invoked."
Jay Gould, Professor of Geology and Paleontology, Harvard University,
'The return of hopeful
History, vol. LXXXVI (6), June, July 1977, p. 28."The
essence of Darwinism lies in a single phrase: natural
selection is the creative force of evolutionary change. No one denies
that natural selection will play a negative role in eliminating the unfit.
Darwinian theories require that it create the fit as well."