Posted by: thenack on Sep 16, 2010
Now it is quite interesting, you probably think this is an Anti Intelligent Design cartoon. Or did you think it was an anti evolution cartoon?
This clearly displays the fact that people interpret evidence according to their worldview. There are two basic options:
1. Evolutionists will interpret this to say that Intelligent Design or Creationism is not good science because it requires supernatural intervention, which obviously cannot be measure.
2. Creationists will say that this typically shows the flaws in evolutionary thinking nl, that there is a whole lot of pre-life theory, and a whole lot of post first life theory, but that they have to take the beginning of life by faith. You have to assume life to even start with evolution.
In fact, evolutionists can't agree on what evolution really is. Some say it is small gradual changes that result in adaptation and eventually big changes. But science does not support this, there is not one convincing case of upward genetic change, no matter how small.
Because some Evolutionists realise that massive NEW genetic information is necessary to change from pond scum to Einstein, they came up with other versions of evolution. Typical of this is punctuated equilibrium which basically means nothing happens for long periods of time, and then lots happen quickly. Bottom line, they don't know, they don't agree, and whenever they give a definition of evolution, they will change it as soon as you ask for scientific proof. The most typical reply to criticism of evolution is "You don't understand evolution." Well you don't either, that's because it makes no sense.
So let’s change the cartoon at the top. I'll put the "and then a miracle happened" part right at the start, and then I'll try to figure out the details of God's great creation, rather than do my best to lie it away. Evolution is based on an unobserved "miracle" happening millions of years ago. Creationists just have the guts to admit this.
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Part Two: Devolution:
What we actually see in science, and by the way you are allowed your own opinion no matter what some old coock in a labcoat says, what we actually see in nature is this: Specialisation (speciation) of animals to fit certain environmental factors through LOSS of genes or DAMAGE to genetic infomation that was already there.
The answer to the question is in the word species. Species are specialised versions of kinds, which are more general. Species are less general, less infomation, less adaptable. Once a polarbear has adapted to the snow, it can't backadapt to warmer places. Those genes are lost forever.
So this process called natural selection is the exact oposite of evolution, it is devolution. You can see this for yourself, human beings are getting more and more genetically tranferred problems. Our genes are accumilating errors, luckily real science has improved medicine!
Think for yourself, we are gathering errors in our gene pool, how will we get better if we are getting worse? Well that's what evolution teaches. I say we are going the other way thanks to evolution.
Part 3, effect of evolutionary thinking:
People are told they are animals, so they act like animals:
The effects of evolutionary thinking (BTW, it started very long before Darwin)