Creation and carbon dating
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If the evolutionary process was to continue however, we would expect the continuation of asexual characteristics or possibly hermaphroditic characteristics (i.e. Moreover, an evolving hermaphroditic creature should be able to self-fertilize itself.
Yet scientific observation reveals that of all the hermaphroditic creatures, only the flatworm is self-fertilizing.Moreover, there are no (or a statistically insignificant number of) creatures that we might suppose or rationalize as evolving.Given the eons of time for evolution to take place,we should expect to see many creatures at all stages of the evolutionary process.But we don't see any missing links to speak of, or creatures in transition.Following are a number of arguments why the Theory of Evolution (and that's all it is) cannot be correct, and why Creation has to be correct.More extensive evidence, largely ignored or brushed over by most of the agnostic scientific community, is contained in the excellent book Abstract: If an animal mates with another animal not of its exact species, the result will be a sterile creature (e.g. It would have to find a sexually compatible mate who was also fertile during its relatively miniscule life span on the overall evolutionary time scale.
a horse mating with a donkey produces a sterile mule). Thirdly, their offspring would also have to be fertile and be able to continue the advance.If animals of a given species mate and produce an abnormal offspring (i.e. Therefore, how could the macro evolutionary process advance? So if single celled animals formed in the primordial soup and they were asexual (not have either male or female characteristics, but reproducing by themselves, how would they advance to a hermaphroditic state (having both male and female sexual organs) and then to the higher orders of animals which almost always have distinct male and female reproductive organs? The Details: Evolution can only explain asexual or self-fertilizing hermaphroditic reproduction.Yet we have tens of thousands of the higher orders of species with perfectly matched sexually sets of males and females.And any deviations from a normal union and offspring is sterile (not capable of reproduction). How could evolutionary processes possibly explain what we see all around us today?In short, the theory of evolution states that lower life evolved over eons into higher life forms.Many lower life forms (generally single cells or plants) are asexual, which is what one would expect if the theory of evolution had any validity.