A review of Evolution by anonymous written on Friday 2nd of April 2004
Well, I personally am confused with things that tie into evolution. One of them is "Pangea". The theory that all the continents used to fit together into a single super-continent. I don't understand why it's used a lot of places as factual. 1: They shrank Africa 35% to 40% to make the continents look like they fit. They also left out Mexico, Panama, most of to all of Cental America, and some other places to make it fit. 2: The theory is that the continents moved away from each other. The bad thing about that is the fact that the continents have roots and aren't floating like lily pads. Also, if any of the continents moved even a few feet, it would cause a huge earthquake and tidal wave that would destroy and/or kill everything on land. Why don't they tell us those things?
Here's another thing that puzzles me: How did emotions, consciousness, and laws like gravity evolve? Emotions and such aren't tangible or physical. So how could they evolve from materiel matter, which all things are supposed to come from?
And why do they still teach the evolution of the horse when it was proved *wrong* years ago?
How do they find out that the fossils they find that are similar to others but not quite the same are proof of evolution? To have everything we now know evolve, the fossilized animals had to have kids. And there is no way to tell if the fossil you find has had kids or if their kids were different.
There are much more things that always nag me. I find it very hard to understand why almost all of things have hardly ever (or never) been explained by the evolutionists. Because they haven't that I've heard of, I highly distrust what evolution teaches. I do find, though, that as long as you listen to everything he says and aren't narrow-minded, *friendly grin* everything that Kent Hovind has taught makes sense! (www.drdino.com if you want to check him out) .
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