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Superstitious Beliefs in Science

 
Mendel
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Superstitious Beliefs in Science
Some superstitious beliefs found today claiming to be science are:

•Flins becoming limbs
•Spontanious generation
•Dinos transmuting to birds


To name a few.

There's no proof of these, they are simply stated as fact. The conjecture put forth to support the belief has been exposed fraudulent long ago but they refuse to remove the junk science.
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Whale Vestigial legs?
Dr Carl Wieland

Many evolutionists support whale evolution by alleging that there are vestigial hind legs buried in their flesh. However, these so-called ‘remnants’ are not useless at all, but help strengthen the reproductive organs—the bones are different in males and females. So they are best explained by creation, not evolution.17 As with the allegedly functionless limbs of Basilosaurus, we should not assume that ignorance of a function means there is no function.

One myth promulgated by some evolutionists says that some whales have been found with hind legs, complete with thigh and knee muscles. However, this story probably grew by legendary accretion from a true account of a real sperm whale with a 5.5 inch (14 cm) bump with a 5-inch (12 cm) piece of bone inside. Sperm whales are typically about 62 feet (19 m) long, so this abnormal piece of bone is minute in comparison with the whale—this hardly qualifies as a ‘leg!’
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I like platypus.
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Some superstitious beliefs found today claiming to be science are:

•Flins becoming limbs
•Spontanious generation
•Dinos transmuting to birds


To name a few.

There's no proof of these, they are simply stated as fact. The conjecture put forth to support the belief has been exposed fraudulent long ago but they refuse to remove the junk science.
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Not all dinosaurs were 132012 feet tall. Just a thought.
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I like platypus.
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Platypus is a problem for the superstitious belief in evolution.

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Some superstitious beliefs found today claiming to be science are:

•Fins becoming limbs
•Spontanious generation
•Dinos transmuting to birds


To name a few.

There's no proof of these, they are simply stated as fact. The conjecture put forth to support the belief has been exposed fraudulent long ago but they refuse to remove the junk science.
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Not all dinosaurs were 132012 feet tall. Just a thought.
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Indeed. Yet they became extinct. And gave birth to the chicken. Or so we are to believe...
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Duckbilled Platypus. The duckbilled platypus is found only in Tasmania and eastern Australia. European scientists who first studied platypus specimens thought that a clever taxidermist had stitched together parts of different animals—a logical conclusion if one believed that each animal must be very similar to other animals. In fact, the platypus is perfectly designed for its environment.

The duckbilled platypus, have organs totally unrelated to their alleged evolutionary ancestors. The platypus has fur, is warm-blooded, and suckles its young as do mammals. It lays leathery eggs, has a single ventral opening (for elimination, mating, and birth), and has claws and a shoulder girdle as most reptiles do. The platypus can detect electrical currents (AC and DC) as some fish can, and has a bill somewhat like a that of a duck—a bird. It has webbed forefeet like those of an otter and a flat tail like that of a beaver. The male platypus can inject poisonous venom like a pit viper. Such “patchwork” animals and plants, called mosaics, have no logical place on the so-called “evolutionary tree.”

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The idea of spontaneous generation was based on ancient superstition rather than any scientific research.

The belief that inanimate matter can produce life is actually a medieval superstition. According to this theory, called "spontaneous generation", it was believed that mice sprang naturally from wheat, or maggots arose "spontaneously" from meat. At the time when Darwin put forward his theory, the belief that microbes of their own accord formed themselves from inanimate matter was also very common.

Pasteur and other scientists disproved the concept of spontaneous generation and established that life comes only from previous life. (law of biogenesis)
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Reptiles with feathers?
Dr. David Menton

Dr. David Menton is Associate Professor of Anatomy at the Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis, Missouri. Dr Carl Wieland talks with him, and he reveals some fascinating new thoughts on that controversial ‘early bird’, Archaeopteryx.

Evolutionists have long argued that feathers evolved from reptile scales and are thus fundamentally the same structure — very similar.

Feather proteins (f-keratins) are biochemically different from skin and scale proteins (a-keratins). An evolutionary feather expert, Alan Brush, concludes:

"At the morphological level feathers are traditionally considered homologous with reptilian scales. However, in development, morphogenesis, gene structure, protein shape and sequence, and filament formation and structure, feathers are different." A.H. Brush, ‘On the origin of feathers’, Journal of Evolutionary Biology 9:131–142, 1996.]


It’s quite different. The most fundamental difference is that the feather grows out of a follicle. A follicle is a tubular down-growth of the epidermis that protrudes deeply into the skin — all the way down to underlying bone in the case of primary feathers. And this tube of specialized living skin produces the feather inside of itself from a growth matrix at the very bottom. The reptilian scale has absolutely nothing to do with follicles. All of the scales can shed as a sheet because they’re nothing but folds in the epidermis, like fabric folded over on itself, whereas feathers would have to come out of their own follicle.

‘Follicles’ brings ‘hair’ to mind.

Indeed. The list shown here gives 18 very nontrivial similarities between feathers and hairs. So, if evolutionists really wanted to make a case, they could argue that feathers evolved from hair, or vice versa. Now, of course, that wouldn’t fit the evolutionary belief that mammals and birds evolved independently from reptiles. So hardly anyone gets to know that in fact, it’s hairs, not scales, that are similar to feathers.


Archaeopteryx, along with all perching birds, has what is called a grasping hallux, or hind toe, pointing backwards. Rearward-facing toes may be found in some of the dinosaurs but not a true grasping hallux with curved claws for perching.

Archaeopteryx has a robust wishbone [furcula]. Some recent fascinating studies using moving X-rays of birds as they fly show how the shoulder girdle has to be flexible to cope with the incredible forces of the power-stroke in flight. You can actually see the wishbone flex with each wing-beat.

Archaeopteryx was not the only fossil bird to have had grasping teeth. Some fossil birds had teeth, some didn’t. But how can teeth prove a relationship to reptiles, when many reptiles don’t have teeth? Crocodiles are really the only group of reptiles that consistently have very well developed teeth. And of course even some mammals have teeth and some don’t.

The general consensus now is that the brain is essentially that of a flying bird, with a large cerebellum and visual cortex.

Also, in most vertebrates, including reptiles, the mandible (lower jaw) moves, but in birds (including Archaeopteryx) so does the maxilla (upper jaw).
-Dr. David Menton is Associate Professor of Anatomy at the Washington University
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Also, factor that the fossils come from Bavaria, Germany, a stronghold of the Jesuits, who have used evolution for their Marxist counter-reformation against Bible believing Christianity. They have been caught faking fossils.

China hoaxes
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fossil frauds
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Darwin's Legacy Confirmed on the 200th Anniversary of His Birth

150 years ago, Darwin said that there was not even one single transitional form fossil. Not even one single transitional fossil exists after 150 years. According to Darwin, Darwinism is finished.

In 1859, 150 years ago, Darwin said the following in his book the Origin of Species:

"WHY, if species have descended from other species by insensibly fine gradations, DO WE NOT EVERYWHERE SEE INNUMERABLE TRANSITIONAL FORMS? Why is not all nature In confusIon instead of the species being, as we see them, WELL DEFINED?

INNUMERABLE TRANSITIONAL FORMS MUST HAVE EXISTED, WHY DO WE NOT FIND THEM EMBEDDED IN COUNTLESS NUMBERS IN THE CRUST OF THE EARTH?

WHY THEN IS NOT EVERY GEOLOGICAL FORMATION AND EVERY STRATUM FULL OF SUCH INTERMEDIATE LINKS?
Geology assuredly DOES NOT REVEAL any such finely graduated organic chain; and this, perhaps, IS THE MOST OBVIOUS AND GRAVEST OBJECTION WHICH CAN BE URGED AGAINST MY THEORY." (Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species, pp. 172, 280)

Darwin's words he uttered 150 years ago have now come true!

Now, as Darwin said in the 19th century, there is actually NO SUCH THING AS A TRANSITIONAL FORM.

More than 100 million fossils have been unearthed in the Earth's crust. Yet NOT ONE OF THEM IS A TRANSITIONAL FORM.

These 100 million fossils unearthed reveal that NATURE IS NOT IN A STATE OF CONFUSION, as Darwin anticipated, BUT IS RATHER FULL OF COMPLETE, PERFECT, FLAWLESS LIVING THINGS WITH ALL THEIR PARTS INTACT.

IN NO GEOLOGICAL FORMATION or STRATUM IS THERE ONE TRANSITIONAL FORM FOSSIL that shows the alleged connection between living things.
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Whale Vestigial legs?
Dr Carl Wieland

Many evolutionists support whale evolution by alleging that there are vestigial hind legs buried in their flesh. However, these so-called ‘remnants’ are not useless at all, but help strengthen the reproductive organs—the bones are different in males and females. So they are best explained by creation, not evolution.17 As with the allegedly functionless limbs of Basilosaurus, we should not assume that ignorance of a function means there is no function.
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lol NO THEY ARENT
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You are a reptilian with hair.

Why do you find it so hard to believe the other claims?
Finally single woooohooo!!

Free your mind and the rest will follow.

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BE the change you wish to see in the world.

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Last year, I grew breasts without the help of pharmaceutical hormones (I'm a male). It was so easy to do, because all mammals male and female are born with complete mammary glands.

According to the Bible, 5,000 years ago, before the flood, the human lifespan was almost 1,000 years. I believe that life on this planet was stunted by the flood. In our unstunted condition all males including animals could nurse their young.

It is so fucking easy for a man to grow breasts. I only wish I had known that when I was young, the ex-wife had stepped out and I was trying to heat up her expressed breast milk while our hungry infant son was bawling in my arms.

How does evolution theory explain why biology develops organs that are never used?
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Genetics: no friend of evolution
A highly qualified biologist tells it like it is
by Lane P. Lester, Ph.D.

Genetics and evolution have been enemies from the beginning of those two concepts. Gregor Mendel, the father of genetics, and Charles Darwin, the father of evolution, were contemporaries. At the same time that Darwin was claiming that creatures could change into other creatures, Mendel was showing that even individual characteristics remain constant.

While Darwin’s ideas were based on erroneous and untested ideas about inheritance, Mendel’s conclusions were based on careful experimentation. Only by ignoring the total implications of modern genetics has it been possible to maintain the fiction of evolution.
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