A new book The Evolution Explosion: How Humans Cause Rapid Evolutionary
Change, has been publicized in Science News magazine and at the Evolution
2001 conference at UTK. It's main theme is one of the greatest flim-flams
from the world of evolutionary "science." Let me tell you what this is and
why it is clearly wrong. I am telling you something here that evolutionists
do not want you to know. Anyone can understand this. You don't need a PhD.
Bacteria and viruses that cause diseases appear to be able to "change over time" or "evolve" to become immune to medicines that we use to fight them. Evolutionists will tell you that this is "evolution before your very eyes." How can we deny this claim? That's easy. The process is true, but it has nothing to do with evolution. It does not prove that people came from worms.
Say you have your average bunch of bacteria sitting around. They will all be a little different from each other, like any group of people would be. If you expose them all to the same antibiotic, they may all die. But if some survive ... even one ... it is because that one was a little different from all of the others. Maybe it was stronger in some way. Now this lonely little germ multiplies. Soon, all you have is a bunch of germs that are all resistant to the medicine. Evolutionists will try to tell you that a "new" germ has "evolved." As you can see, there is nothing new here at all.
There are other ways that germs can become immune to our medicines. Many antibiotics kill bacteria by targeting some certain protein in the germ. If a bacterium is mutated, so that it does not have this protein, then the medicine cannot attack the germ. If any bacteria in the group are mutated like this, then only they will survive the attack by the medicine. Did anything new evolve here? No. The mutants were already there. Even if new mutants do form, this is only an example of losing the protein. For evolution to work, you are not supposed to lose anything ... you are supposed to evolve brand new proteins and genes and body parts. Creationists often call losses like this "de-volution" instead of e-volution, because this sends things into the exact opposite direction of what evolution says. By the way, evolutionists believe that the worms we came from were once bacteria. I don't think that germs "becoming" resistant to our medical drugs is any kind of proof that bacteria can eventually become worms, or that worms can become people. But that is what the science fantasy of evolution says is supposed to happen. I know this all sounds incredible. But, check it out in books on microbiology and evolution. It's all there ... ridiculous as it may seem to you and me.
Evolution is really the biggest myth in the history of western civilization. It routinely goes against the real scientific evidence. Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is a good example of "natural selection." Creationists believe in natural selection. But you cannot say that it is proof for the imaginary process of evolution. This is like looking at the sky and saying, "Look. The sky is blue. Evolution says that this would happen, so evolution must be true." The fact is ... the sky is blue, and germs do resist our drugs ... but neither of these needs evolution in order to be true. Keep thinking.
Dr. Glenn Jackson holds four degrees in science and education from George
Mason University and University of Virginia. He has taught elementary
through college level sciences for over twenty years and in four states. He
is a lifetime member of both American Mensa and the Creation Research Society.
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