Examples of Life that are Too Complex to Have Evolved.

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Our purpose is to show from commonly known and publicized facts that life did not evolve, but was created by a Creator.

What is evolution?

The core of the theory of evolution (Darwinism) is materialism; Darwinists do not believe that anything spiritual exists. Whereas, the core of Creationism is the belief that spiritual things do exist, including the Creator.

The problem for Darwinism's materialism is that matrialistic explanations cannot account for what science has discovered because without a Creator, the only mechanism for change is random chance.

The Darwinist will argue that evolution is not random because it is directed by natural selection. But natural selection is nothing more than the survival of stronger animals and plants over weaker animals and plants. But that is only half of Darwinism.

The other half of Darwinism is how the stronger superior line of descent occurred in the first place. Darwinism's one and only explanation for how genetically superior lines of descent occur is that beneficial mutations caused by random chance sometimes occur. Very few have been observed, but theoretically they do occur. As they occur they create a stronger animal or plant and the stronger survive when the weaker do not. Over the millineums this process is said to have repeated itself until all of life as we know it was created.

But discoveries in science over the past 60 years have disclosed a complexity in life that could never have occurred through random mutations. For instance:

"If a million cortical nerve cells were connected one with another in groups of only two neurons each in all possible combinations, the number of different patterns of interneuronic connection thus provided would be expressed by 102,783,000. This, of course, is not the actual structure, as we shall see; but the illustration may serve to impress upon us the inconceivable complexity of the interconnections of the ninety-two hundred million (9,200,000,000) nerve cells known to exist in the cerebral cortex.”

C. Judson Herrick, Prof. of Neurology, University of Chicago, Brains of Rats and Man: A survey of the Origin and Biological Significance of the Cerebral Cortex, New York: Hafner Publishing Co. 1963, p.5

The cerebral cortex is an inconceivably complex electronic mechanism that creates thought. There is nothing random about the cerebral cortex. Evolution's account of its origin is that small random mutations shaped by natural selection caused it to be formed and caused it to get better and better generation after generation until it is what it is. This is not a reasonable conclusion. In order to accomplish this, evolution would have create three randomly mutated fully formed, timed and installed cerebral cortex cells every hour for two billion years, and that is only the beginning of wonders. Any theory that believes random beneficial mutiations and dying animals created a cerebral cortex is deficient. One must presume that there is no Creator in order to believe it.

And evolution does exactly that. It presumes that that there is no Creator and will not consider the existence of a Creator. It's basis is that of random mutations, not special creation. It therefore denies that anything created life except evolution.

However, if one presumes nothing about God and views the truths found on this site and others with an open mind, the conclusion that these wonders were designed by a Creator is patently obvious.