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reply to post by peter vlar
evolution does not work because evolution does not exist.
if there was evolution then we will find at least one gene that in time that gene mutated into a gene that is better than the good old gene. scientists been looking for such beneficial mutation (AKA evolution) for 60 years since discovery of dna and hundred years earlier and still have not found one.
just seeing a girafe and hypothyzing that a zebra changed a gene to make a long neck has no dna backing it.
dna accumulate in the cell nuclea not because of increased information and command structure, it is just junk most of it.
the very sparce genes are not essential, however any mutation in these genes cause disease, does not mean the original gene was causing health in the first place. actually most of the mutated genes that causes disease were actually alien dna causing no harm untill the mutation happened on them
what causes a human to be a human is all in the dna.
same goes for all animals.
from 1950 (dna discovery) till the present scientists discovered thousands of dna mutations that cause disease many of these mutations happened for the first time even after 1950, however not even one mutation was discovered that cause enhancemet or advancement to humans (or to any animal of all the animals existing).
so now we see the mutations darwin talked about they are in the dna which we can see even with our naked eyes under the scope, yet all mutations so far cause disater and peril and extinction.
edit on 4-11-2013 by adnanmuf because: (no reason given)why scientists were not able to find a useful mutation or induce a useful mutation???
the answer is because there is none. evolution does not exist , by accident or random at least ,(but by intelligent design/creation, yes)edit on 4-11-2013 by adnanmuf because: (no reason given)
the first law of nature is that everything degrades in time and space/place, nothing gets better in time and space.
leave a chair in a room, and come back to it after 1000 years what do you see??edit on 4-11-2013 by adnanmuf because: (no reason given)
A "Law of Nature" is a general rule that is discovered through reason. Such a law affirms human self-preservation and condemns acts destructive to human life. Unlike a civil law, which must be written down and publicized in order to be known, a law of nature is natural and inherently known by all because it can be deduced by innate mental faculties (reason, philosophy). Having described the horrors of the state of nature, in which fear reigns supreme, Hobbes concludes that natural man, in order to preserve life, must seek peace. Thus the first law of nature is: "That every man, ought to endeavour Peace, as farre as he can hope of obtaining it; and when he cannot obtain it, that he may seek, and use, all helps and advantages of Warre. The first branch of which Rule, containeth the first, and Fundamental Law of Nature; which is, to seek Peace, and follow it.
“The first law of nature is self-preservation. Cut off that which may harm you. But if it is worth preserving, and is meaningful, nourish it and have no regrets. Ultimately, this is true living and love of self...from within.” T.F. Hodge
? when the actual experts are at odds and disagree on much or are split on such discussions, I think it comes down to this, we only know what we have been told, if we do not have first hand experience, or credible witnesses that were there when it happened everything else is speculation and educated guessing.
Please prove me wrong if you think I am incorrect on that.
The only thing I have read concerning the dating of man's creations not man himself, from what I have been told and possibly proven, the oldest known structures are in Zimbabwe, South Africa, more than 250,000 years old, so he would have had to have existed at least some time before that to gain the knowledge of building, socializing etc.
Also one thing I always ponder on when it comes to dating man or human kind is the impact of the Atlantis theory, if we have land masses that are now submerged that either surpass or equal the amount of existing continental land masses, all equations to date human history can never be accurate you would have to factor in the possibility that the actual land mass that has the oldest anything is completely submerged, unreachable and forever lost.
It could be the missing link if there is truly one missing is not on any of the existing land masses to begin with, could it be that it is under the ocean ?
the oldest known manmade structures are the "African Stonehenge" which is in S. Africa but is only 75,000 years old. that gives modern humans well over 100,000 years to get up to speed.
edit on 4-11-2013 by phinubian because: (no reason given)