This blog has been created to answer some of the statements that were raised by an “evolutionist” on MDL and i felt that it was necessary for all to see what was being said, as I believe that it would benefit all of those that are seeking answers to this age old question of Evolution. I must mention I am merely a scholar on this subject and always try to seek the truth.
It began with the statement ...“...it enables you to copy & paste a complete load of nonsense, so littered with fallacies it is difficult to know where to start!! I actually think it is not worth responding to a lazy copy & paste (the original piece was not even written by a biologist, but a computer programmer...).”
Let us look at this statement . It does not mean that if a person is a computer programmer he does not have the ability to put forth a logical argument (ie Pythagoras was primarily a philosopher and yet one of his greatest achievements was mathematics – Theorom of Pythagoras. I also needed to copy and paste due to not wanting to misquote. And yet the writer didn’t have a problem recently when he copied and pasted pictures misrepresenting what it stood for and refused to accept any explanation when provided with verifiable facts.
Another statement was “But just because we do not know that does not make the whole theory false.” ....It may mean that some rethinking needs to be done, depending on what comes out”. We agree with that, however, this method would only prove true if anything of the theory is proven. One needs to prove a theory, not the other way round. You cannot prove a negative that carries no weight. In fact there has been more to disprove evolution to the point that people have had to falsify their submissions in order to try and prove their point (eg Haeckle fraudulently altered the embryonic stages of growth; Piltdown Man hoax, etc). Given all this evidence it is legitimate to ask why hasn’t this theory been tossed into the dustbins of history. Instead it is taught in schools today as a factual theory on par with proven theories, like Pythagoras.
As for genes, genetics seems to disprove evolution. See below site highlighting Darwin thinking vs Mendels experiments pertaining to genetics :
The other buzz word amongst evolutionists is “mutation” and yet there is not a single documented example of a positive mutation (ie an orange without seeds. While it may be a useful mutation, it is not necessarily a positive mutation because those oranges cannot reproduce)
The writer also mentioned “.....the great Ibn al-Haythem” whose scientific method is practised all around the world. We agree with this but when that observation proves that there is a problem with the theory, then the theory itself should be rejected – categorically (eg black cannot be white. Hence the idea is repulsive). I would like to know where the writer got the statement “attack the text and disbelieve everything our ancestors tell us”? In fact, being a devout Muslim, he says “the seeker of the truth is not one who studies the writings of the ancients and, following his natural disposition, puts his trust in them”. He wrote, “but rather, the one who suspects his faith in them and questions what he gathers from them, the one who submits to argument and demonstration”. In simple terms what he is saying is not to follow blindly. Question everything. This can nowhere be misunderstood as rejection. It says if it is true, accept it, if it is false, reject it.
As demonstrated, evolution is false – reject it. To end here is a test that I have done with my 8 year old who knows nothing of evolution. I took his bionical (lego type toy) and put it together without his knowledge. I then told him that it actually formed by itself. Naturally he rejected this and went on to demonstrate how he could reconstruct it, claiming that it is impossible for his bionical to be put together by itself. I would love for anyone who believes in evolution to try this simple experiment, and then notice, no matter how young or old, how quick this idea becomes unrealistic.
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