Because the writer isn’t a politician, preacher, or other public figure, we won’t embarrass or promote him by using his full name. We’ll use only his first name, which is Kevin. Excerpts from his letter will be enhanced with our Curmudgeonly commentary and some bold font for emphasis. Here we go!
Darwin is still waiting. Darwin knew 132 years ago that he didn’t have the evidence to prove his theory of a true species turning into a new true species. He hoped future scientists would find it. Scientists failed; not that they didn’t try.
Yeah, everyone has been trying, but so far — nothing. Poor Darwin. Then Kevin says:
Evolutionary scientists like to show off Darwin’s finches or the famous peppered moths of England to prove their theory. We called it adapting to their environment. Scientists call it evolution. But the finches stayed finches and the moths will always be moths. No new species, yet they remain icons of the lie of evolution.
He’s right. Nothing ever changes. Let’s read on:
Do paleontologists know that geologists don’t have good evidence for the age of their rocks? Do geologists know that paleontologists don’t have good evidence for the age of their fossils? Circular reasoning is not good science.
Oh? Answers in Genesis says it’s great science — see AIG’s Logic: Prepare To Lose Your Mind. Kevin continues:
Knowing mutations are a loss of information, like removing letters from this sentence — how can anything evolve into something better? That would take thousands of mutations.
Isn’t this great? Here’s more:
Once or twice a year scientists get all excited when someone finds another missing link. It’s in all the media. Upon further investigation it turns out not to be a missing link. Everything from Archaeopteryx to Lucy have failed the tests. Of course they don’t tell us they don’t have any evidence, so their lies continue.
How did this guy figure it out? Moving along:
Throughout the earth’s history we don’t see evolution. We do see plants and animals after their own kind: Genesis 1: 11-25.
Ah yes. It’s so true! Keven finishes his letter with what looks like a fair request:
If anyone replies to this letter, please don’t comment on me or my beliefs, just show the facts of evolution.
Well, dear reader? If you can’t comment about Kevin, and you don’t have any facts, there’s nothing to say, is there?
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