“To be or not to be, that is the question.” 

If a million monkeys were typing randomly on a million keyboards, could they ever type a line from one of Shakespeare’s plays? 

Evolutionists have made the claim that life evolves much the same way as monkeys typing randomly on keyboards. Organisms randomly change and make up new forms of life over time. We are going to put that theory to the test! With modern computer computation, we can simulate random keystrokes and find out exactly how long it would take to get a single line from Shakespeare’s play! 

Let the games begin! Join Eric Hovind and Engineer Jim Hoff as they put this theory to the test and find out if evolution’s claim of new species forming by random mutations over time really stands a scientific chance!

Eric Hovind

Creation TodayPresident

Jim Hoff

Engineer

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