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Date: 2006/10/31 15:05:53, Link
Author: dougp59
http://www.evolutionsucks.org/  where we fish for the truth on the theory of evolution.  This site is pro-id and pro-creationist.  Take our 7 question quiz.  Post in our blog, e-mail the author.  www.evolutionsucks.org is  now ranked #1 on page 1 of Google and Yahoo search using keyword phrase "Evolution Sucks".  We rank even higher than the Beavis and Butthead "Evolution Sucks" episode! :)

Date: 2006/10/31 15:25:09, Link
Author: dougp59
www.evolutionsucks.org  Where we fish for the truth on the theory of evolution.  Take our 7 question quiz, post on the blog, e-mail the author.

Our site now ranked #1 on page 1 of search results on Google and Yahoo using keyword phrase "Evolution Sucks"  We rank higher than the Simpsons "Evolution Sucks" episode!  



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Date: 2006/11/03 10:08:10, Link
Author: dougp59
From www.evolutionsucks.org

Evolution Question Number One;

The theory of Evolution says that all life evolved from lower life forms. In other words, we came from fish.  Which of course came from even simpler blobs of something.  

Oddly enough though, evolutionists say that the whales (a mammal) evolved from a hoofed land animal called Mesonychids.  Textbooks describe these beasts as about the size of a hyena.  

The Mesonychids would have of course evolved from a reptile from a fish from a simpler blob of something, you get the picture.

Simpler to more complex life forms, that is the essence of Evolution by natural selection.  They call this; "speciation".

So, a simple form of life in the ancient seas evolves into a fish, which evolved into a reptile,which evolved into a land animal.  

Once it had accomplished this monumental feat, it then decided to get REALLY BIG, loose its' legs and return to the seas!  

Oh, and do not forget that it has to move its’ nostrils to the top of the head so they become blow holes so they can breath when they surface.

Question #1  Can you show the transitional fossils that prove ANY of this?
Evolution Sucks

Date: 2006/11/03 10:13:23, Link
Author: dougp59
From www.evolutionsucks.org

SETI, the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence.  

Astronomers and lay people alike are all involved in this search.  It involves linking up Internet connected computers to all pitch in to analyze radio telescope data.  

What are they looking for in the data?  An INFERENCE of intelligence, which would lead them to conclude an intelligence responsible for sending the obviously 'designed' message .
(Recall the movie “Contact” with Jodie Foster.)  

Question #2  If we are prepared to say that an inference of intelligence detected from far away originating radio waves must be proof of intelligent life (the designer of the radio signal), then why is an inference of intelligence in complex living systems here on earth not proof of an intelligent designer of that complex system?  

Does this sound like a double standard?
Evolution Sucks

Date: 2006/11/03 10:45:36, Link
Author: dougp59
From www.evolutionsucks.org

The Cambrian Explosion generally refers to the geologically sudden appearance of complex organisms on earth in antiquity.  

What is striking is that the geologic record immediately preceding this period is largely devoid of complex organisms.

Some call the Cambrian explosion the "evolutionary big bang," because (the claim goes) life evolved at rates of over twenty times the Precambrian rate. From approximately 535 million years ago to 520 million years ago, nearly all the animal phyla in existence today first appeared in the fossil record.

Question #3  Given the large numbers of species in the fossil record extant in Cambrian fossil beds, explain why fossil beds beneath them are devoid of transitional fossils?  What mechanism was responsible for this vast array of species suddenly appearing in the fossil record?

Evolution Sucks

Date: 2006/11/03 10:50:27, Link
Author: dougp59
From www.evolutionsucks.org

The theory of evolution states that modern birds are descendants of the dinosaurs.  

So, VERY large complex reptiles emerged from the VERY small fish of the ancient seas, had their fun, then decided to get VERY small and grow wings and fly?! LOL!

Question #4   Can you show the transitional fossils for all THREE of these GIANT steps of evolution?

Evolution Sucks

Date: 2006/11/03 10:56:15, Link
Author: dougp59
From www.evolutionsucks.org

A theory long held as fact since the early 20th Century is that the speed of light is a constant as summed up in E=Mc2 (Otherwise known as Einstein’s theory of general relativity).

Now, however, a debate has started over the question of is that really true.  If not, then Einstein’s theory gets tossed out the window.  

If the speed of light was faster in antiquity than it is now, than the universe is MUCH younger than currently postulated since the age of the Universe is currently theorized based on the assumption that the speed of light was, is and always will be a constant.

Question #5  Can you prove empirically that the speed of light has remained constant since the beginning of time?


Evolution Sucks

Date: 2006/11/03 11:03:45, Link
Author: dougp59
From www.evolutionsucks.org

The mystery of T-Rex.  

Everybody loves T-Rex!  How can you not love an 11,000-lb. behemoth sporting razor sharp teeth that is 46 ft long!  

In spite of its size, there is a dire absence of transitional fossils that would of course be smaller.  

One supposed distant relative was found in China.  It’s remains were barely five feet long!

That is quite a leap of faith, eh?

Question #7  Given the sheer size of T-Rex, there should be plenty of gradual transitional fossils clearly showing the development of T-Rex from a smaller ancestor.  Where are these transitional fossils?  Where are the 30, 20 and 10 foot long fossil specimens of its' predecessors?  Why do they not exist?

Evolution Sucks

Date: 2006/11/03 11:09:11, Link
Author: dougp59
From www.evolutionsucks.org

Ever hear of the Bacterial Flagellum? Upon electron microscope examination, it looks very much like a machine!  

In fact, it bears a strong resemblance to an outboard motor, you know, the kind you see on the back of those small aluminum-fishing boats.

Any way, the Bacterial Flagellum is what scientists call an “irreducible complex system”. An irreducible complex system is made in such a way that if you take away any one part of the system, the system ceases to function.  A good example of this is the common mousetrap.  Take away any one part, and it ceases to function.  In the case of irreducibly complex organisms, taking away any one part causes it to die.

Question #6   The theory of evolution says that less complex organisms evolved into more complex life forms.  How could the Bacterial Flagellum have evolved from a lower life form? What is its' transitional fossil?

 

 

 

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