The fact is, genes make sense only in the context of the organism – and the organism only makes sense only within the context of the environment they live in. Animals, in fact, seemed to have completely disappeared from the realm of evolutionary biology. Nobody talks about animals anymore.
But I don’t believe you can separate the two. And not only do I believe that the organism can effect the environment, but the environment can also effect the organism. It’s another two-way street that evolutionists have chosen to completely abandon because of their head-in-the-sand version of science which validates their atheist agenda.
But see I have a theory as to why science must do this: It’s because science has come to realization that all animals have brains and consciousness in varying forms. These, of course, are the anti-science because science cannot explain such a phenomenon. But the fact is each animal has it’s own brain – and each brain comes pre-programmed with its own abilities according to how God designed it. Each animal has a different function and different abilities. God knew beforehand that environmental circumstances would be changing, thus he gave each organism the ability to change with it. This is simple common sense.
Therefore, I believe that God designed Finch brains to be able to subconsciously decipher when the environment changes and when a modified beak is needed. Likewise I believe God made it so peppered moths are able to modify their wing-patterns based on environment or background colors. This is no more unbelievable than the fact that a fish can change colors or that a snail can grow a bigger shell in the presence of predators. It all comes from the same creative Designer.
And what’s funny is evolutionists – in one breath – will tell you how they do not deny plasticity….yet in the next breath will tell you that’s not how finches and moths changed! If these people were intellectually honest, they wouldn’t talk out of both side of their mouths like that…they would admit the truth. But I no longer expect the truth out of atheists.
And if you think about it, there is no way that plasticity – adaptivity – could have “evolved” like evolutionists say because common sense says that this feature is automatically hard-wired into the brain. To believe otherwise would be to believe that millions-year-old moths didn’t have the same physical/mental capabilities as a present-day moths – even though they both have brains. I believe in order for an animal to not be adaptive it would have to be born without a brain. [...]
I don’t buy it....and you evolutionists are all outmatched by common sense.
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Submitted By: David