(Note: All colored print is my emphasis.
su.per.sti.tion . . . n. 1. A belief . . .
contrary. 2. a. A belief, practice, or rite
resulting from . . . faith in magic or chance.
chance . . . n. . . . 3. a.An unexpected,
random, or unpredicted event. b. A
fortuitous [lucky] event. . . adj.1. Happening
unexpectedly: a chance meeting with an
old friend. . . .--v. . . . --intr. To happen by
chance;occur by accident.
Synonyms: chance, random, casual,
haphazard, . . .Theseadjectivesapply to
what lacks purposefulness or method.
Chance implies total absence of design or
predictability: my chance meeting with a
friend . . . 1
Please be assured: biology-without-evolution is a true science. I am not pretending to claim that biologists do not know a lot about how the life mechanisms in our bodies work today. The problemis that the misguided-theory-of-evolution spokespeople claim that their admitted brainless process--natural selection--accomplished the incredible purpose and complexity--design--that we--AND THEY--see in nature.
Please notetoday’s biggest evolution spokesperson’s description of evolution's
natural selection and its use ofchance--PLUS the intelligent action of "ARRANGED" (>>>>to the right). Such a claim clearly must be classified as a superstition.
Charles Darwinset the sad superstitious pattern for his followers. In his book The Origin of Species he writes: "every slight modification, which in the course of ages chanced to arise, . . ." 2
Some of Darwin’s unfortunate followers:
One of my biology textbooks offered an explanation of natural selection's legendary powers. They claimed that "adaptive evolution is a blend of chance and sorting—chance in the origin of new genetic variations by mutation [change] . . ." 3 Please note that sorting is also an operation that requires intelligence.>>>>
The power the atheists have over our education system is evidenced in the fact that the Encyclopaedia Britannica writes about evolution's superstitious nature when it says that "nature shuffled and sortedits own productions, through processes governed purely by chance, . . ." 4
Also, famous evolutionist Sir Francis Crick wrote in Life Itself: Its Origin and Nature that "since life is probably a happy accident which, . . ." 5
Another example from another biology textbook authors having to rely on chance to support their story. They do this when they suggest an answer to "How Did Life Begin". They wrote: "Let us suppose that, purely by chance, one of these RNA . . ." 6
Please note Mr. Crick's use of the word probably and other authors' use of the words suppose and blend of chance and sorting--who did the blending and sorting?. Are we to take the words probably and suppose to be scientific proofs?
It matters not how scientific you are in physics, biology, zoology, or any other field. The proof of evolution not being a science is in the evolutionists' own writings--they all are guessing while planting their "science" on the "firm, muddy ground" of chance!
EVOLUTION IS NOT A SCIENCE--IT IS A SUPERSTITION!
Also, the late Mr. Stephen Jay Gould helped keep the stamp of superstition on evolution by referring to it as a bunch of lucky accidents. He wrote, "the course of evolution is only the summation of fortuitous contingencies [lucky accidents], not a pathway with predictable directions." 7
Evolution's most noted spokesperson
expresses his trust in superstitious chance by writing a chapter titled “Explaining the Very Improbable” in his book The Blind Watchmaker.
Natural selection, the blind, unconscious,
automatic process . . . is the
explanation for the existence and apparent
purposeful form of all life, has no
purpose in mind. It has no mind and no
mind’s eye. It does not planfor the
future. It has no vision,no foresight,
no sight at all. 8
Evolution's main spokesperson hadgood reason to title that chapter "Explaining the Very Improbable," because evolution really is VERY improbable--because WITHOUT A MIND--IT IS IMPOSSIBLE. My hearing systemexample on the right>>>looks and is designed! No "sufficiently simple" chance accidents here. (Please reads its basic operation>>>)
Evolution's main spokesperson also says, “I am a biologist. I take the facts of physics, the facts of the world of simplicity, for granted.” 10 Yet in his book The Selfish Gene, he says our body plan (DNA) is similar “to every room of a gigantic building, [having] a “book case containing the architect’s [designer's] plans [plan also requires a mind] for the entire building.” Please note: He then says, “The architect’s plans run to 46 volumes in man.”11 How anyone can say that 46 volumes of information is “simplicity” defies good reason--unless you are determined to reject God and be superstitious.
One last point. Did you notice something in the "synonyms" part of the above definition of chance? It says: "Chance implies total absence of design or predictability." Yet evolutionists mix chance and design in describing their work when, just by definition, "chance" and "design" should have nothing to do with each other.
A NECESSARY CONCLUSION
Chance happenings supposedly make evolution work. A thousand and more years ago, alchemists tried to turn base metals like lead into gold. Today’s evolutionists try to turn mindless accidents (chance) into intelligent creation.
Instead of improving society’s knowledge,evolution-by-chance (natural selection) is wasting students’ study time and teaching them to be superstitious. Such a sad education result has beenevidenced to me by a few students trying to explain evolution with the words "It just happens." Not much science or intellectualism in that statement. Do our schools also tell teenagers that the caterpillar becoming a butterfly "just happens"? We must break the bondage superstitious evolution has on our public schools!
1. The American Heritage Dictionary, Second College Edition., 1982.
2. Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species, 1859. ed. J.W. Burrow (New York, Penguin Books, 1968) 131.
3. Campbell, Neil A., Reece, Jane B., & Mitchell, Lawrence G., Biology, Fifth ed.(Menlo Park, CA: Benjamin/Cummings-Addison Wesley Longman, Inc., 1999) 440.
4. L. Pierce Williams, "The History of Science," The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, Chicago, vol. 27, 1998, p. 41.
5. Francis Crick, Life Itself, Its Origins and Nature, (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1981) 39.
6. Teresa Audesirk and Gerald Audesirk, Biology: Life on Earth, 5th ed. (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc., 1999) 314.
7. Stephen Jay Gould, Dinosaur in a Haystack: Reflections in Natural History.(New York: Harmony Books, 1995) 332.
8. Richard Dawkins, The Blind Watchmaker. (New York: W.W. Norton & Co., A.D.1986, 15.
9. Ibid. 14
10. Ibid. 15
11. Richard Dawkins, The Selfish Gene. (New York: Oxford University Press, A.D.1976, 22, 23.
sort-ing . . .1. To arrange according to class, kind, or size; classify. 2. To separate from others. 3. To clarify by going over mentally. . . .1.
Outer Ear Ear Drum Stirrup
I quote evolution's what the world's most noted spokesperson says on page 14 of his book The Blind Watchmaker: "natural selection works by “gradual, cumulative, step-by-step transformations . . . sufficiently simple to have come about by chance. . . .a complex thing [develops from] a series of small steps, . . .arrangedsequentially in time” 9
Please note the different components of the above human hearing system.
Now a rough, basic description of the operation of that hearing system:
Sound hits the eardrum, which vibrates thehammer, anvil, and stirrup (bones). They amplify the sound which enters the fluid-filled cochlea where special hairs bendto the sound and send “electrical” frequency and volume information of that sound through the auditory nerve to thebrain.
Not simple, is it. Does anyone really think that system came to be by a non-intelligent cause? How did the special shapes and locations of the components get that way, and what gave each the necessary materials (bones [hammer, anvil, stirrup], fluid, membranes, nerves)? How did the special hairs in the rolled-up cochlea get the ability to send "electrical" information? This is solid evidence of a purposeful, complex, and beautiful Masterpiece of Engineering--DESIGN.
I quote evolution's what today's most noted spokesperson says on page 14 of his book The Blind Watchmaker: "natural selection works by “gradual, cumulative, step-by-step transformations . . . sufficiently simple to have come about by chance. . . .a complex thing [develops from] a series of small steps, . . .arranged sequentially in time” 9
Ar-range. . .v. . . .tr. 1. To put in a specific order or relation . . 2. To plan or prepare for . . .3. To agree about; settle . . .1.
EVOLUTION IS SUPERSTITION BY CHANCE