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Today's Creation Moment

Jul
23
Glass Insects in Space!
Psalm 9:1
"I will praise Thee, O Lord, with my whole heart; I will shew forth all Thy marvelous works."
Brine shrimp and water bears are tiny animals that are able to basically freeze dry into a state of suspended animation and then return to active life. Scientists have learned that they do this by...
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This just goes to show how little you actually know about Evolution and that you've gone to absolutely no effort to research it. Did you even read the comments above? And if there's no evolution then why do we see these different kinds appearing chronologically in different periods of Earth's history? Why is it that for 80% of the history of life organisms were microscopic? Then we see Sponges < cnidarians < chordates < tetrapods < reptiles < mammals and birds, in that order. Why don't they appear at the same time? Why is it that we can reenforce the theory of evolution with actual evidence like genetics? Why then is it that when we see physical relationships we can prove those relationships as being hereditary via common descent through DNA, Endogenes, Retroviruses, Molecules like Proteins and so on?

So no, it's not "Faith"... it's science which has nothing to do with faith and has only ever been impeded by faith. Science only works after we take our faith out of the equation. The truth is that there is very real evidence to support Evolution... volumes of it, spanning over 150 years of scientific discovery.

If you want to know what happens when we allow "faith" into the laboratory see Richard Owen. A brilliant scientist who however put religion above scientific discovery and was even caught lying amidst other scientist in Peer Review, claiming that Humans have structures of the brain that are not found in other great apes.

R. Owen was the founder of the British Museum (Natural History) in London among other things.

<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Owen" title="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Owen">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Owen</a>

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