Are you kidding me?<quoted text>
You don't even know what the scientific method is, much less what constitutes scientific evidence.
So are you going to continue to bray like an uneducated donkey or do you actually want to learn something? It might be too late to learn tonight, but I will try to answer any questions given to me.
Once again, I am willing to show that evolution is a scientific belief. It is supported by scientific evidence. And no one has written any other scientific explanation.
These are all facts that even honest creationists will admit.
So, do you want to be an embarrassment to your kids for the rest of your life? I guarantee you that when they become adults they will be laughing at you over this, or do you want to learn?
I used to be believe in evolution whole-heartedly 10 years ago, until I needed more details on the model and how it works. I have a highly intuitive mind, and the whole thing kept nagging and nagging at me.
I will teach you, friend.
It begin with the problem of how such rarities in mutations can effect change. This was my question as well. It's been THE question for over a 100 years, and everyone just assumed the answer was close at hand.
And yet, the conclusion of this article is as good as it gets, which is pathetic at best, and downright dishonest for the most part when you really tear down the layers.
I kept it to myself, and continued to do more research when I had time, but no longer can I play along with the ruse ... especially in light of the staggering COST and LOSS OF TIME keeping this theory going against all rational thought and reason, the sheer WASTE when the scientific community could have been spending much more time on REAL issues, like food production and technology.
No, sir, it is you I am trying to educate, and failing miserably as I go against not peer-reviewed evidence, but ossified peer-pressure on a massive, global scale unprecedented in human history, save the rise of Islam or Christianity.
You really want to shake things up? Then start from zero, void your mind of ALL assumptions and preconceived notions, and start over. Maybe, just maybe, you might see the obvious. And maybe not.