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With all the scientists and mathematicians who have proven beyond any question that evolution does not work, with all the archaeological discoveries that have left no doubt that evolution never happened, and with the complete failure of scientists to observe or reproduce abiogenesis, why are there still people who believe in this insane and unscientific "theory?"

 

The answer lies in man's propensity to believe in some greater power than itself. In the old days it was sorcery, witchcraft and the supernatural powers of spirits and demons. These concepts were also "well understood" by their believers.

 

Evolution is basically the modern-day counterpart of magic and supernatural powers. Of course, there are plenty of people who will describe to you "how it works." But that has always been the case; every insanity that became the trend of its time was "well understood" by those who swore by its powers.

 

The fanaticism of evolutionists to defend their "religion" rivals that of any known religion. Could there some day be a church called "The Church of Charles Darwin and the Latter-day Evolutionists?" It certainly looks like it.

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Moved, from Evolution, Morphology & Exobiology since evolution is a mainstream theory that has mountains of evidence to support it, to Religion.


With all the scientists and mathematicians who have proven beyond any question that evolution does not work, with all the archaeological discoveries that have left no doubt that evolution never happened, and with the complete failure of scientists to observe or reproduce abiogenesis, why are there still people who believe in this insane and unscientific "theory?"


None of the claims in this sentence are remotely correct, so the question at the end of it is pointless. A theory is as strong as it gets in science, and evolution is as strong as any theory gets. You're incredibly misinformed, nothing personal.

The answer lies in man's propensity to believe in some greater power than itself. In the old days it was sorcery, witchcraft and the supernatural powers of spirits and demons. These concepts were also "well understood" by their believers.


If you don't understand evolution, aren't you instead a follower of some religion? Don't religions rely on supernatural powers? Or are you saying you don't believe in either?

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with the complete failure of scientists to observe or reproduce abiogenesis, why are there still people who believe in this insane and unscientific "theory?"

 

 

Not necessarily their fault besides life could have crashed here on a comet so there would be no evidence of this on planet.

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With all the scientists and mathematicians who have proven beyond any question that evolution does not work

 

Apart from being just plain wrong - this statement is confusing; biological evolution is defined as being a change in allele frequency, through generations over time. Given it's been observed in virtually every population ever observed (e.g. http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/misconceptions_faq.php#e1) ,this is like saying "scientists and mathematicians who have proven beyond any question that evolution that the sky is purple."

 

 

As the rest of the post follows such a blatant and thoroughly incorrect fallacy, it becomes irrelevant.

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With all the scientists and mathematicians who have proven beyond any question that evolution is a fact, with all the archaeological discoveries that have left no doubt that evolution is true.

There are still people that expect to observe or reproduce abiogenesis in a labratory. They expect a scientist to produce a living creature crawling out of a test tube. Why are there still people who doubt in this proven theory?

 

The answer lies in man's propensity to believe in some greater power than itself. In the old days it was sorcery, witchcraft and the supernatural powers of spirits and demons.

There, I fixed it.

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