Earth’s population refutes evolution
"The evolutionary scientists who believe that man existed for over a million years have an almost insurmountable problem. Using the assumption of forty-three years for an average human generation, the population growth over a million years would produce 23,256 consecutive generations. We calculate the expected population by starting with one couple one million years ago and use the same assumptions of a forty-three-year generation and 2.5 children per family ... The evolutionary theory of a million years of growth would produce trillions x trillions x trillions x trillions of people that should be alive today on our planet.
To put this in perspective, this number is vastly greater than the total number of atoms in our vast universe. If mankind had lived on earth for a million years, we would all be standing on enormously high mountains of bones from the trillions of skeletons of those who had died in past generations. However, despite the tremendous archaeological and scientific investigation in the last two centuries, the scientists have not found a fraction of the trillions of skeletons predicted by the theory of evolutionary scientists." - Grant R. Jeffery, The Signature of God
Even if you try accounting for massive population loss, the numbers of expected humans alive today still doesn't match up. There is just no way you can twist population mathematics or provide enough excuses to bring down the number of humans to what we have now given the evolutionary timeline. However, there is one thing that does explain the matter.
The Bible claims that about 4,400 years ago, a great flood destroyed nearly all life on earth. However many people were alive at the time were reduced to only eight. Now things start to make a little more sense. 4,400 years is enough time to go from eight people to six billion. This blog is not about proving the flood, it is about time and population. If evolution is true, we'd expect trillions and trillions and trillions of people to be here. If the Bible is true, we'd expect only a few billion. Seems to me the latter is correct. Once again, the Bible proves itself trustworthy. You would do well to read it, repent, and trust in Jesus to save you.
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[11/15/2008 4:53:26 AM]
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