a reply to: ScepticScot
All the scientific errors with the “Theory of Evolution”
Let’s start off with the beginning, the Big Bang. This is fundamental for the theory of evolution, and I will in short explain why. The Big Bang is
how the earth came into being. And it was in the “Primordial Soup”, that the first single celled life form evolved.
But what is the Big Bang. In the minds of about 80% of evolutionists, it happened like the following. All the matter in the ‘universe’ got
together and into a small, dense sphere, that began to spin, and exploded. This is how all the galaxies and stars were created. Here is where you get
the first set of errors and questions. Where did the original matter come from? No scientist has been able to answer that. Another is, you cannot
create order form disorder. It is like saying you can upgrade you home by throwing a grenade into it. This is the Second Law of Thermodynamics.
Many people say that this laws does not apply to open systems. In response to that, here is what Dr. Ross of Harvard University states:
“… there are no known violations of the second law of thermodynamics. Ordinarily the second law is stated for isolated systems, but the second law
applies equally well to open systems. … There is somehow associated with the field of far-from-equilibrium thermodynamics the notion that the
second law of thermodynamics fails for such systems. It is important to make sure that this error does not perpetuate itself.”
Another problem that the Big Bang creates is the problem of Conservation of Angular Momentum. If the original cluster of matter was spinning, and
exploded, the debris of the explosion would spin in the same direction. It is like the propeller of a helicopter shatters, the parts that fly of will
also spin in the same direction the propeller was spinning when it shattered.
Why then are there planets, moon, stars and even entire galaxies spin in a different direction to the rest of the universe?
Now lest jump to the evolution of the first living organism. Most people have heard of Miller-Urey Experiment. Stanley Miller tried to demonstrate how
life could have emerged on earth. He attempted to create, what he thought, would be the early earth’s atmosphere, using Hydrogen, Methane, Ammonia
and Water. After heating to induce the evaporation of the mixture, he introduced electrical sparks, simulating electrical storm in the early earth’s
atmosphere. He found that he had created Amino Acids, the building blocks of living organisms, which had collected at the bottom of the mixture.
This was an amazing discovery, back then. But in reality he had only created a mixture of Amino Acids, both left and right handed. This means that he
created something that could never have assembled into something living. Interesting to know, is that he never added Oxygen, because that would have
killed, or even prevented any Amino Acids from forming. Without Oxygen, how could life had survived?
Biologist Jonathan Wells explains:
“Stanley Miller put together a glass apparatus and in that apparatus he put a mixture of gasses that people of the time thought reflected the
atmosphere of the early earth. And those gasses were Methane, Ammonia, Hydrogen and Water Vapour. But then the professional opinion of what was there
in the early earth changed. In the 1960s, geochemists revised their hypothesis and decided that the Hydrogen, being very light, would have escaped
into outer space, the earth’s gravity isn’t strong enough to hold it. And probably the early earth’s atmosphere then, consisted of we now see
coming out of volcanoes, today, namely Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen and Water Vapour. Well if the early earth’s atmosphere consisted of those gasses,
then Stanley Miller’s experiment would not work. In fact he himself tried it with those gasses, and he found that he couldn’t produce any Amino
Acids at all. So the experiment falls apart once you use a more realistic mixture of gasses in the apparatus”
(Just the beginning)
edit on 17-11-2014 by OperationBlackRose because: (no reason given)