forces scientists to think that every bone is a form of primitive man because they know the fossil record is incomplete. I was listening to a geologist, who has examined the "fossil record," speak recently on this issue. He is one of the few scientists who has NOT jumped on the evolution-explains-it-all bandwagon and offered his reasons why evolution is still an unproven theory that attempts to explain our existence. He said that most scientists accept the notion that mutations cause life to ascend instead of descend/decay when the truth is that life descends. Evolutionists claim evolution has happened slowly, over millions of years and one can't see it happening. The geologist contended that 'one can't see evolution happening' because it doesn't occur. Natural selection and adaptations DO happen in nature but a dog will always be a dog, a cat will always be a cat. Dogs don't begin life as ameobas and then slowly evolve (over millions of years) into different breeds of dogs. When animals, flowers or man reproduce, the resulting life is not born a one cell creature that gradually (over time) becomes a different lifeform. Mutations are not innovative and life producing; they are actually actually harmful to life. From all I heard, it appeared to me that many scientists accept the least supernatural explanation about how nature works because they think believing God created all life from day one is too simple. IMHO, believing in a still unproven theory of life is what requires faith; that's why evolution has become a kind of religion.
When I heard all of this, and I guess evolutionists might think it was propoganda for the "other side," I was reminded how some people think shadows in trees are Bigfoot or that bones from an animal kill they find is always a result of Bigfoot activity. Some shadows MAY BE monsters, but not ALL shadows and who knows who or what killed that poor dead animal they lucked upon.
getting down off the soap box...just offering an explanation on how a scientist might jump to conclusions about bones using the counter argument to evolution, which I thought pretty good.
Posted on Mar 22, 2012, 6:25 AM from IP address 184.108.40.206