What happens when a non-creationist tears holes in the theory of Darwinian evolution? Fred Reed takes on the origin of life. [LewRockwell.com] Now if Darwinism is an empty book, then what to think of biology that embraces it? As Fred Reed says, the Darwinian theory of evolution is more metaphysical than science. And Reed is not the only recent critic of Darwin. Pulitzer-Prize-winning scientists Siddhartha Mukherjee says, in his new book (GENE: AN INTIMAT HISTORY) that evolution is a theory that has never posited a mechanism. [Daily Mail UK Aug 17, 2016] Also add biologist Michael Denton’s new text FIRE –MAKER: HOW HUMANS WERE DESIGNED TO HASRNESS FIRE AND TRANSFORM OUR PLANET to the list of anti-Darwinian thought.
But, hey, you can put the whole argument over Darwinian evolution’s lack of credibility to the test for yourself. Buy an airplane ticket to the Galapagos Islands to view those finches that Charles Darwin drew in his book ORIGIN OF SPECIES. The changing curvature of their beaks was offered by Darwin as evidence of evolution. Stay in the Galapagos for a few months (Darwin only visited for a 2-month period) and observe the changes in the bird beaks for yourself. Of course, such changes are only evidence of adaptation over a short period of time, not over millions of years are Darwinists assert.
[EvolutionNews.org] The same error was made recently by evolutionary biologists who claim the prevalence of “lop-eared” rabbits serve as evidence of natural selection. [Journal Evolutionary Biology July 28, 2016] OK, let’s agree with the evolutionists for discussion sake. How does the prevalence of oversized ears in rabbits serve as evidence new species of animals emanate from this process?
The adaptive changes observed in animals are now recognized as being epigenetic (dynamic) in origin, not an example of Darwinian selection. [Biology July 2016] But still, some biologists dogmatically maintain news species of life, not just the re-shaping of the curvature of bird beaks or size of rabbit ears, can emanate from environmental changes. [Zoology April 21, 2016]