I like everything in science, but the evolution theory is the biggest fail.
For one, we date fossils by the geographical columns we find them in but we date the columns by which ever fossil you find in them. Circular reasoning.
Carbon-dating has a huge faulty assumption. I'm not going to explain how it works in details, but it assumes the amount of carbon in the earths atmosphere remained constant throughout millions of years. Why carbon in atmosphere matters? Short explaination, plant absorbs CO2, animals eat them, its in their flesh, then you date the flesh.
Living snails have been dated few thousand years old. Keep in mind, they're living. On mammoths, the skin of the mammoth and another part of it has a difference of few thousand years(you can look up many examples of this). Talk about slow growth.
Plus fossils doesn't prove evolution. We have not found ONE missing link. The only thing fossils tells you is that it died. You don't know if those fossils have any kids, let alone different kids.
Evolution is based on dwarvins natural selection theory.
In order for natural selection to work we must have mutation. There are NO beneficial mutations.
Flys have been nuked and gotten all kinds of flys. Flys that fly in circles, zigzag, no wings, etc. All which is worst off than the original.
The ONE beneficial mutation you'll always hear is, people with sickle cell amneia can't get malaria. That isnt a benefit both sickle cell and malaria is negative. Thats like saying people without arms cant get handcuffed.
And natural selection is a perfection process. In order for it to work, you must have the one with a beneficial trait live and ALL the rest must die, otherwise the genes will blend right back into the population. Not just that, natural selection is a checking process. Imagine a automobile line. Your job is to make sure all the working cars make it through, thsoe that don't work, missing a part, etc, throw it out.
Let me ask you. how long will this process take to turn the car into a helicopter? NEVER. Its a self checking process.
I can go on and on about this topic.
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