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No Such Thing As Evolution

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posted on Nov, 5 2004 @ 12:30 AM

Originally posted by CookieMonster000

Originally posted by Misfit
Evolution: A continuing process of change from one state or condition to another or from one form to another.

Not exist?

Can you say:
tadpole & catepiller
frog & butterfly?



Thats not evolution it's metamorphisis.

You either did not read the posts before posting, or are adamant that I respond to this previous notion?

In either case:

Evolution IS metamorphosis but in a much larger scenario.

You can not say that such a vast amount of time for this grandiose metemorhasis did not exist, as that would be hypocritical based on your creation theory itself - the world and everything in 7 days - a day is as a thousand years to the god of the creation theology.


posted on Nov, 5 2004 @ 12:58 AM
No, metamorphosis is a controlled purposeful change.

Evolution is a mutation uncontrolled that results in a stronger species.

If a tadpoll grows to be a frog, its metamorphosis. If the same tadpoll grows with two extra legs that benifit and carries on, its evolution.

posted on Nov, 5 2004 @ 07:50 PM
Why does such a topic even have any meaning whatsoever? The compiled evidence overwhelmingly dashes any notion of a young Earth. Moreover, evolution is an established fact, certainly not a belief which requires no evidence at all. Simply put, one must rely on faith in order to hold most Biblical assertions as true. But certain evidentiary findings are indicative of some of the background of the stories, by way of archaeology.

Over many centuries, however, evidence for many of the narratives was found to be scant. Therefore, much was extrapolated in order to lend credibility to the Bible. Consider Archbishop James Ussher, who attempted to ascertain the age of our planet using only Genesis, along with a liberal interpretation of the Hebrew calendar. The date of the creation of the universe had to be subsequently revised, though; the simplistic and merely authoritarian tome proved too much for the interpretive skills of Ussher.

Biblically-based "arguments" are mere contradictions to factual findings. Such contradictory lambasts by their very nature prove themselves false, vis-a-vis reductio ad absurdum.

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