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Evolution's faith is evidenced
in evolutionists finding a tooth and with a little imagination constructing
two entire humans, Nebraskaman.(Hesperopithecus
r e a t i o n I n d e x
C r e a t i o n
p a g e 8 5
Similar is Peking man.(Sinanthropus),
from another single tooth and some skulls; which skulls all having holes
in the back of them, were used to prove Peking man's one time existence.
They were revealed to be monkey skulls natives would bash in to extract
their delicious brains, just like in.Indiana
Jones: Temple of Doom.
Similar is Java man.(Homo
erectus), but from 3 teeth and
a skullcap and thigh bone; the thigh bone being found a year later only
50 feet from the others. A 342 page scientific report was done on Java
erectus, or ape man). According to
Sir Arthur Keith,.The
Antiquity of Man.1925,
Williams and Norgate, Ltd. London, England, Volume 2, pages 440-441, as
quoted in Lubenow,.The
Selenka Expedition, page 102."demonstrates
beyond the peradventure of a doubt that Java man played no part in human
113-119 have a good review of the expedition.
Another torn down evolutionary
steeple was the fraud Piltdown
these guys stop at nothing it seems in attempts to support what they want
you to accept as veracity.
the Peppered Moths and
Man. and others
And let us
not forget our friend a whale
that walks and Lucy.
If evolution was true and
if evolution was a real faith, it would spur some actions toward good.
We would stop putting fluoride in the water supply, so our bodies could
evolve the protection that natural selection senses it needs. We would
stop sweetening up various foods, so our tastes could properly fumction.
Let us not wear warm clothes
and let us not put garbage into our minds, so we can adapt to temperature
and evolve a pure mind. Let us stop all research as it may lead to eventual
interference with the natural development and adaption of things. No more
'Dolly' the genetically engineered sheep; no more 'frankenfood' either.
For evolution to have an
to work properly, we must also stop preserving the lives of those with
hereditary diseases, so they can be an important cog in the evolutionary
machine to develop a better disease free species. We must allow natural
selection to run its full and proper course, mustn't we? Then we should
stop all AIDS, malaria research, etc. If you're against this, then how
can you be for evolution? If so, you remain in a confused state of mind?
If you are for evolution, you should therefor be all for it, right? If
anything evolution can affect is interfered
with, the process of natural selection can be hindered. So what's your
idea of progressive? Is it evolution or dealing with the problems to help
people now? And if we are dealing as best we can with the problems requiring
attention today, are we tacitly
saying evolution is
And if we are not saying that, then how confused are we?
Evolution is based on the
nature of competition.(survival
of the fittest).for
scarce resources, so why not stop all food production so we can evolve
the capacity to exist without it? The daughter of evolution is competition,
so let's stop all cooperating, so evolution can run rampant.
Evolutionary scientists must then be hypocritical,
as they do cooperate. While espousing
most of the world's efforts go into interfering with its processes.
If we help evolution along
by forced sterilization of the mentally challenged.(which
has happened in North America).and
genetic engineering of crops and humans, then are we hindering evolution's
sacred path? Hmmm! Maybe the genetic scientists don't really believe in
evolution; even though many have said that they do. This is very
14:33 "For God is not the author of confusion...".Maybe
they just believe whatever, whenever it suits their purposes. And we allow
them power in genetic manipulation? Scary, but just all part of the confused
Maybe people are smarter
than Einstein thought,
for he said that there were two things that he felt were infinite; the
Universe and human stupidity and he said he wasn't quite sure about the
Tell me, what disease in
all of evolution's supposed history, has natural selection through its
adaptive processes eliminated?
thinking his theory of evolution had anything
to do with progress!
Yet many evolutionists hold
fast to this badly damaged
Lewis Wolpert, FRS, professor
of biology as applied to medicine at University College, London, England,.As
In Evolution: Society, Science and the University, 1998, Cambridge
University Press, page 37:
huh? Like hello, from where?).of
the cell some 30 million years ago.(is
he really sure of the date and if not, it can't be all that important,
be regarded as the Big Bang of biological evolution, even though it took
a very long time.(gimmee
a break from this guy's reasoning).
is linked to the origin of multi cellular forms.(so,
let's see, one cell.somehow.came
and multi cell ones.somehow.came
too and then, magico bingo, these microscopic organisms.somehow.found
each other; Hmmm!)..Surely
he doesn't expect us to accept his sketchy reasoning, unless of course,
he thinks we're all just as stupid as his reasoning is.
forms are thought to have been.("are
thought to have been" means, he's unsure).present...I
he's about to add on to his 'foundation' with a suggestion).all
the basic elements required for developing were already present.(now
he says that actually, a lot more was present; hmmm! and where did these
other basic elements show up from? I think I'll call this a 'step story'
that is; first we have one cell, then apparently multies were there too
and now, all the basic elements were present; is this guy at all sure what
on Earth he's talking about?).and
the transition to multi cellularity was relatively easy.(how
easy was it? Was there any complexity at all? Does this guy even understand
the horrendous complexity of the cell? Nope!
Give us a break from all this garbage reasoning and send this guy back
to grade school, so he can share his kiddy fairy tales to peers!).".
With teachings such as this,
it's no wonder many kids can't think and are confused and, can you believe,
somebody even published this crap in a book! Ha ha ha!