Evolution Theory Mystery

I look at the theory of evolution for mankind sort of like a made for TV movie that is fictionalized, but based on factual structure for the basic theme and outcome of the story. Why? Because we still have too many missing steps to conclude that man indeed is evolved from an ape-like creature.

One of the logical problems I have with this theory is that the ape-like creatures remain, pretty much in tact from their origins. Other species have tended to evolve in order to survive, abandoning their former form completely.

In the study of human origins, paleoanthropology stares in frustration back to a dark age from three million to less than two million years ago. The missing mass in this case is the unfound fossils to document just when and under what circumstances our own genus Homo emerged.

The fact is that no homo fossils have been found that conclusively prove the evolution theory as it pertains to mankind. The Homo doesn't appear until about 200,000 years ago.

Hmmm... So why do we allow the people who write the science books and the history books the priviledge to decide what our children are taught, when they are quite clearly teaching theory without including the OTHER theory that has been accepted by generations of people around the world, including those great people who built this great country of America.

Interestingly enough, these same scientists may be on the verge of finding the so-called God particle.

Full Story at NY Times


  1. This quote helps explain why religious people find evolution difficult agree with and easy to dismiss:

    "If a man is offered a fact which goes against his instincts, he will scrutinize it closely, and unless the evidence is overwhelming, he will refuse to believe it. If, on the other hand, he is offered something which affords a reason for acting in accordance to his instincts, he will accept it even on the slightest evidence. The origin of myths is explained in this way."
    Bertrand Russell

  2. Interesting opinion, with the operative word being "fact." Evolution is a theory, not a fact.

    Having said that, let me also state that although a spiritual person, I do not consider myself religious. Also, believing in God does not rule out any scientific belief, that would be inferring that all who believe in God are ignorant which fails to explain many of our greatest scientists, indeed, the very creation of schools and universities in this great nation, including the science departments, were created and founded by Christians.

    I am simply a seeker of truth, in all its forms, and prefer not to be propagandized into believing the philosophy of atheists, which attributes life to nothing but evolution, which although over 150 years old, has yet to prove itself to anyone as a solid irrefutable fact concerning the origins of mankind.

    The simple fact that the content of hydrogen, if altered plus or minus a lowly 2% would prevent us from existing, is by itself enough evidence to at least consider that there was some more grand design or "Creator" as Darwin labeled it, that put the whole thing into motion, which would also include the science by which most things can be explained.

  3. I feel I must clarify the quote I made from Darwin. Darwin clearly regretted his use of the word "Creator," when all he meant was that things had “appeared by some wholly unknown process.”

    The beginning of human life is still a mystery. Creationism or Intelligent Design or Evolution, whichever is eventually proven to be accurate will not truly change anything for spiritual people. I will finish this in a separate post... Stay tuned.


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