You know what chance and circumstance produce? Well, it’s certainly not any new species. I’ll tell you that right now.
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There are many characteristics found in the genetic code of the wonderful, wide variety of plant and animal life here on our blue planet.
Whether or not a flower will have blue, triangular petals or yellow, round petals is determined by this complex code. But the code doesn’t stop with mere appearances. It also provides for a certain amount of adaptation to environmental conditions and circumstances. This is how a natural selection occurs.
When you go to the buffet table to make your selections, you don’t create any new foods. You merely select from the food that’s already there. And “selection” in the natural world works much this same way. When stressful environmental conditions occur, nature more or less selects characteristics in the code (aka gene pool) that can survive. In this process the characteristics that can’t survive are eliminated.
What does this mean exactly? Well, like I first said…chance and circumstance aren’t creating any new species. They’re just choosing from what’s already there, and variations are actually reduced…not evolving ever upward.
So…I totally agree that microevolution occurs. It’s nothing more than survival of the fittest. But macroevolution does not occur because natural selection prevents it. Increased complexity isn’t found in nature. It’s the figment of imagination of so-called scientists who refuse to base their conclusions on what is observed and reproducible.
Why do you suppose anyone would draw charts of animals showing a gradual increase in complexity when no intermediate fossils are found? Why would any scientist seeking truth ever have a problem with going where the evidence leads?
I suspect it’s more than a matter of science. It could be a matter of a rebellious heart. But maybe that’s just me…
In Faith, Hope, and Love…
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