Refutation of Evolution theory

Discussion of everything related to the Theory of Evolution.

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Post by RabbitPhilosopher » Wed Jul 17, 2013 10:08 pm

thoffnagle wrote:Don't you just love it when someone is trying to debunk evolution, yet they obviously don't know anything about it? And when you show them how they are wrong, they continue to argue.... I have wondered why it is that they think that they are qualified to make this criticism? Do they tell a physician how to treat illnesses or pilots how to fly an airplane?

I agree, the vast majority of folks who appose biological evolution don't understand it.

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Re: Refutation of Evolution theory

Post by NMLevesque » Fri Nov 22, 2013 7:03 pm

In short, this precludes any intermediate steps. Before there was life there was proto-life, something that isn't quite living but has some of the qualities of life, which itself spawned from an organic "soup" (figuratively speaking). As these qualities develop the boundary between life and non life gets fuzzy, just the way it does with viruses. And just the same as evolution works today, it's all incremental gradual change over time.

Also, what exactly does preexisting subsystem even mean? All it seems to be is more irreducible complexity gibberish.

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