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Like Bill Nye, he calls himself the “science guy” and he had this to say on a recent online article. “Funny how the religious fanatics (by which SG means people who reject evolution) seem to forget that without science they would be writing … Continue reading
Imagine you wrote a book. It’s a novel about a Bluebird who is actually a secret agent with MI6: “The Nest is Not Enough” (Followup to your runaway best seller “Gold Feather”). It’s a real page turner and is doing … Continue reading
In an attempt to educate/enlighten/indoctrinate/brainwash me, I often have readers and viewers send me comments like this one: “Evolution is the process of change in heritable traits in population subject to descent with modification.” Even though A Bit of Orange … Continue reading
Darwin did not believe evolution. I know that is hard to hear. In fact, many of you will assume I am being sarcastic, but I think I can make a case.
Can you make a new recipe by making smaller chocolate bars? This is why Darwin FAILS. Things are NEVER created by existing things going away. One cannot add by subtracting. Oi vey. This Mouthful of Soap was from the Evolution … Continue reading
Evolution has the ability to pass on percentages to the next generation? Who would’a guessed! Also, we make a candy metaphor, which is delicious. This Mouthful of Soap was from the Evolution 101 series (originally posted on the Creation SoapBox, … Continue reading
We apply the logic behind molecular clocks to a turtle wandering westward. Hilarity ensues. This Mouthful of Soap was from the Evolution 101 series (originally posted on the Creation SoapBox, here: https://creationsoapbox.wordpress.com/2014/08/03/evolution-101-intro-in-search-of-true-believers/ See more from the Evolution 101 series here: … Continue reading