Category Archives: EVOLUTION

TRANSITIONAL LIFE FORMS

The term “transitional life form” is relative, and is intended to reference the gaps in the fossil record. For example, the phrase is useful in recognizing transitionary organisms between a fish and reptile, reptile and bird, reptile and mammal, etc. … Continue reading

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Evolution by Gene Duplication Falsified

A common hypothesis in evolutionary circles is evolution by gene duplication. It posits that duplicated genes are free to evolve new functions without affecting the primary gene. This idea has been dealt a serious blow by a paper published in … Continue reading

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Eodromaeus Dinosaur

Cute Dinosaur Forced to Support Evolution 01/14/2011 Knee-high to a human, little Eodromaeus looks like a pet, but its discoverers are making the claim that it represents an early stage in dinosaur evolution. Do the facts support this claim? National … Continue reading

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BENEFICIAL MUTATIONS

John Smith provided this research paper in a Facebook discussion, http://www.pnas.org/content/98/20/11388.abstract, requesting an explanation for phenomena routinely referenced as “beneficial mutations.” John wrote: “Two arguments I hear frequently are either A) beneficial mutations never occur, or B) beneficial mutations occur, … Continue reading

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EVOLUTION BY LOSS IS CALLED ID THEORY

While rummaging through their magic bag of explanatory tricks, Darwinists have added yet another faux pas to their toolkit.  It is not enough to erroneously define evolution to be a change of allele frequency in a gene pool from one … Continue reading

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Definition of “Evolution”

Perhaps the problem is with what is meant by the term, “evolution.” The word “evolution” can be often used too generally and loosely to refer to “naturalism,” or be synonymous with “change/growth over time.” In this loose sense of the … Continue reading

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Probability of Macroevolution

The above graph explains the exponential falloff of probability of macroevolution occurring at higher taxa levels.  MACROEVOLUTION DEFINED: It is most commonly defined as “the evolution of higher taxa.” It is thought to provide the mechanism by which an original … Continue reading

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