No, I LOVE thinking up ways evolution could be falsified.<quoted text>Ted, I see you're still on this forum, mindlessly parroting the same regurgitated athetist BS. Those who believe that "science" should be restricted to naturalistic causes are attempting to secure evolution from falsification... the antithesis of science.
For example, if we found highly derived forms in the fossil record prior to any possible antecedents.
Or if we found clear violations in the nested hierarchy anatomically, for example a feathered creature with a 3-boned mammalian middle ear.
Or if we discovered that the nested hierarchies of variation found in pseudogenes, ERV's, and the non functional portions of ubiquitous proteins were inconsistent with each other and / or the fossil record.
But the more ways I see it could be falsified, the more clear it is that it hasn't been.
And FYI, none of that has anything to do with atheism. Evolution does not disprove God nor try to...but, evolution, geology, cosmology, astronomy, and physics do of course render some of the more outlandish claims in the Bible ridiculous. Not the same thing at all. If you believe so, then its the Bible you worship, not God.