DNA is all about information. The base molecules are like a 4-letter alphabet, in which is written all the information required for living activity. Eric and Paul answer questions about the nature of this information, and how it could not possibly have evolved. They also look at an extraordinary new pseudo-scientific study that claims that [...]
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London’s famous Natural History Museum has a display “proving” the evolution of the whale. In a glass case, one can see three skulls. From left to right, there is a skull of a mesonychid, a skull from an ambulocetus, and one from a modern whale. Labels indicate the position of the nose; nostrils near the [...]
Join Eric Hovind and Paul Taylor for the third episode of this four-part series on how life began. Did life originate from non-living organic compounds? Evolutionists have a number of ideas where life came from that are—well, pretty amusing! Today, Eric and Paul discuss how evolutionists believe that life evolved from a Primordial Soup!
It must be admitted that some well-meaning creationists can be naïve in their criticism of evolution. For example, one common high-school criticism of evolution is that it is “just a theory.” The use of such an argument misses the point about what a theory actually is. The National Academy of Sciences has defined a theory [...]
Prentice Hall’s High School Biology textbook contains the following quote: During his travels, Darwin made numerous observations and collected evidence that led him to propose a revolutionary hypothesis about the way life changes over time. That hypothesis, now supported by a huge body of evidence, has become the theory of evolution. Hyperbolic comments, in other [...]
The term “natural selection” is used to describe how one species might develop from another. God created the various kinds or baramins of creatures with a wide variety of genetic information. If a population of a creature with such a deep gene pool is placed in an environment that requires certain characteristics, for which the [...]