<quoted text> Dude, regardless of how much you imagine that evolutionary theory is "peer-reviewed", you have yet to produce a single paper that scientifically demonstrates that any proposed mechanism of evolution is possible. Peer-reviewed bedtime stores are not science.
Each of the mechanisms of evolution are peer reviewed by, at least hundreds of articles.
You might want to learn how to use pubmed.com so you can check your ideas before you say ignorant things like this.
<quoted text> If you are seriously interested in the level of "peer review" that exists in the evo world, consider the history of the infamous Ernst Haeckle and his drawings that have been propagated in biology textbooks for over a century after they were proven fraudulent. You call that "peer review"? What a joke.....
Actually, peer review suggest that Haeckle was more right than wrong.
"Darwin's view, that early embryonic stages are similar to the same embryonic stage of related species but not to the adult stages of these species, has been confirmed by modern evolutionary developmental biology."