Why EVOLUTION MAKES NO SENSE!
You don't get SOMETHING from NOTHING Since matter and energy are interchangeable,
to start a universe you need either
a whole lot of matter or a whole lot of energy.
Where did all this matter or energy or some combination come from?
NO WAY Jose!
You don't get LIFE from DEAD Stuff There is DEAD stuff and there is ALIVE stuff,
Our Earth is more than 99.996% DEAD stuff.
But, DEAD stuff don't all of a sudden become ALIVE stuff,
without some HELP!
And I SURE CAN'T DO IT!
You don't get BIGGER and BETTER by doing NOTHING You can set and look at a pile of BRICKS for a long time,
and even do a little wishing,
but they don't become a HOUSE without some workers!
Who helped CHIMPANZEES become HUMAN?
Again, I SURE CAN'T DO IT
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to Something from Nothing?
to Life from Dead Stuff?
to Chimpanzees become Human?
The above three principles and the detailed studies provided are intended to refute the myths of evolution as proposed by Charles Darwin in his book the "origin of the species" and the modifications to the theory of evolution provide by many other scientists like Stephen Jay Gould with his "punctuated equilibra" theory of evolution. For evolution of Charles Darwin to begin you must first have a universe with its elements, matter and energy, be it luminous or dark. Many propose that the universe evolved from nothing into the complex structured universe that we know today. Then after a considerable time period for the evolution of the universe, life must suddenly spring from non-life matter which Charles Darwin did not address and evolve over a long time period through many random mutations which are preserved by "natural selection" to cause the long process of evolution that ended with the evolution of modern humans from some unknown lower primate predecessor from which came the modern primates such as the chimpanzee and the modern human to complete the proposed progression of evolution. The myth of evolution of Charles Darwin through random mutations and natural selection! 22 June 2004 . . .