Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Evol-flu-tion (Google Image Series)

This often-used example shows how desperate defenders of evolution are when it comes to finding facts.

A real scientist understands the difference between macroevolution and microevolution. Microevolution is something we see all the time—its responsible for different breeds of dogs, for example. Microevolution is changing within a species.

Macroevolution, which is akin to Darwinism, is changing from one species to another. This where missing links come in. Someone remind the scientific community that they haven’t found any missing links yet after 160 years of looking.

Just to be clear, the evolution of the flu is an example of microevolution. Until the flu evolves into chicken pox (or a chicken) it will never prove Darwinism. 

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