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by Cornelius Hunter
The fact that we can travel at speeds of hundreds and even thousands of miles per hour does not mean we can go faster than light. We can fly to the Moon in a matter of days, but the propulsion technology that allows us to do that is not scalable to travelling faster than 186,000 miles per second. A fundamentally different technology is required. The creators of Star Trek understood that, and so they created the concept of warp drive, a faster-than-light propulsion technology, fundamentally different from today’s technology. One would have to be very ignorant to confuse the two, but this is precisely what evolutionists do when they cast biological adaptation as confirmatory evidence of evolution. Adaptation and evolution are two very different things.
Biological adaptation relies on the preexistence of populations, organisms, genetics, DNA, genes, alleles, proteins, massive molecular machines, inheritance, cellular and molecular mechanisms such as horizontal gene transfer and epigenetics, directed mutations, and so forth.
Evolution, on the other hand, is a theory that attempts to explain the origin of all those things.
Observations of the former are not evidence of the latter. That is backwards. It also would also introduce enormous serendipity. For it would mean that evolution created the very structures and mechanisms required for, drumroll, evolution.
Evolution, in other words, created itself.
And even if we were to go along with this ridiculous idea, the resulting biological adaptation is not capable of generating evolutionary change. Adaptation does small things, evolution requires big things.
Even evolutionists, in their honest moments, have understood this…
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