Tag Archives: Evolutionary Theory

The Gaps Among Species And Genetic Boundaries

One of the biggest dilemmas of the evolutionary theory is the existence of species that are different from one another and variety of species in the nature. Darwinist biologists are desperate in terms of explaining the occurrence of different animal and plant species in 150 years through the evolutionary theory. In the book “The Origin of Species,” Darwin called the …

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Focus Magazine’s Microevolution Deception

The January 2006 edition of the Turkish magazine Focus carried a report titled “Penguins prove climate change speeds up evolution.” The brief report described a study conducted by Professor David Lambert from Massey University in New Zealand, who compared the DNA he obtained from the remains of animals. These remains he maintained were the 6000-year-old ancestors of the Adelie penguins …

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Hurriyet Bilim’s Vestigial Darwinism

Hurriyet Bilim, a supplement of the Turkish daily Hurriyet, used a long since discredited piece of Darwinist canard as the cover story for its June 12 edition. This canard in the article concerned, titled “18 Vestigial Organs in Our Bodies Set to Disappear.” The “vestigial organs” thesis, proposed by Darwin in the 19th century and further developed by later proponents …

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Yet Another Blow to the Myth of Vestigial Organs

Darwinism considers all life on Earth as a product of chance mutations and natural selection and, as an a priori commitment, excludes intelligent design. In order to argue against design, the Darwinist mind seeks for flaws in the biological systems. From Darwin to Dawkins, over and over, this dogmatic stance has led the evolutionist to insist on the existence of …

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