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Author Topic:   "Best" evidence for evolution.
mike the wiz
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Message 650 of 830 (873917)
03-21-2020 10:40 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by wardog25
10-23-2008 10:21 AM

The best evidence for evolution in my opinion, is probably homological features, in that it would be explanative sense that a common ancestor would then explain why all of the bones in say the hand (pentadactyl pattern) would all then be shared.

As a creationist I don't believe this is actually evidence of evolution, it would only count as indirect evidence, and can be explained by ID, easily anyway.

The best evidence for evolution considering what it claims happened, would be direct evidence on the same scale of the claim itself.

I wrote more about this in chapter three of my, "book" for want of a better word; The chapter is here if you scroll down.

Chapter 1-3 of my book: A Brief Demolition Of Evolution Theory

(I also do not see the issue of evolution in simple terms, and later on give Darwin credit for the SOMEWHAT explanative power of evolution.)

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