This all fairy tale goobly gook. Story book nonsense:<quoted text>
On falsification, just so we are all clear:
The late Cretaceous, we find Daspletosaurus and Tyrannosaurus Rex. Both very similar, Save for the fact that T-Rex was much larger than Daspletosaurus, they would be nearly identical. Both belong to the Tyrannosaur clan (meaning tyrant reptile). Same shape teeth, skull to body ratio, same wide skulls, same S-shaped neck, same diminished front limbs.
According to dating techniques, Daspletosaurus lived mid to late Cretaceous, while T-Rex lived late Cretacious, right up to the extinction event.
These are all FACTS
Now, the THEORY is that Daspletosaurus evolved into T-Rex during the course of the Cretaceous.
All pretty logical, right? Wrong. We *may* be wrong. What will falsify this theory? Simple - If you can go and find a T-Rex and you can prove that the T-Rex lived long before Daspletosaurus shows up, e.g if we date the T-Rex at 170 million years, our theories on the evolution of the tyrannosauroids would be bust.
Now this is but one example. What happens if I find a modern lion in the early Triassic? That would mean our theories on the evolution of archosaurs to mammals are wrong. What if I find a humanoid and it dates back to the mid-Devonian? Then all our evolutionary theories for the past 400 million years are busted.
THAT is falsification. One single piece of bone can overthrow entire theories. Can you give such examples for either ID or Creationism?
SCIENCE refutes you. <grin>