posted on Oct, 7 2003 @ 06:29 AM
I think you actually hit on a big glaring fault in the evolution theory in your original post. Take the time they give for the human evolution, look
at the time they give for the dinosaurs on the earth. Something doesn't fit there, does it?
In a previous thread on this board I discussed a science video that is used in middle school about evolution. Aside from the fact that the 2 part, 2
hour video set repeatedly refers to the theory as a fact, I believe one of the most condemning statements again evolution was made in that video.
They had found a honeybee stuck in a piece of amber (yeah, just like Jurassic park) from 42,000,000 years ago and had extracted its DNA. They then
compared it to the modern honeybee's DNA. The statements was
"and they were almost identical".
Okay, I interpret this as, either there is no DNA mutation taking place over a 42,000,000 year period, OR, we're all going to evolve into honeybees.
An interesting factoid is that here recently they found a spider stuck in amber from over 100,000,000 years ago...oops, same results minimal DNA
differences between comparing that spider (whatever species of spider it was) to whatever spider they got hold of these days....seems like they were
saying it was a granddaddy long-legs (both old and new) if I recall right.
I don't JUST have problems with the blatant gaps in the evolution theory, I have problems with the dates. Carbon-14 dating is such a load of crap I
don't even know where to start concerning it. So you have a flawed theory (which I'm real unclear on what you're interpreting as "fossil record"
evidence) that is dependent on extreme periods of time, and the time estimates are based on a flawed method of time calculation.
Yeah, find me the current day evolved form of the honeybee so that I understand that right beneath our noses there are honeybees - evolved honeybees -
evolved evolved honeybees...because with 42,000,000 years passed I ought to be able to view everyone of those.
[Edited on 7-10-2003 by Valhall]