Principles of Anatomy & Physiology

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What do you know about zeta grey aliens and disclosure?

grey aliens are said to originate from zeta reticuli binary star system stand about 3 to 4 foot tall have large heads and large almond shaped eyes. it is believed that these beings have been visiting earth for a very long time. these are the the type of aliens that are believed to have crashed in roswell NM in 1947.
and it is also believed there was a government coverup of this incident where the military first claimed that a saucer had been recovered only later to change the story that a weather baloon was recovered. and that the bodies that were recovered were crash dummies lol.

it is also believed that these beings conduct genetic experiments on humans taking reproductive samples and leaving implants that have been said to cause cancer or death.

A man named phil schneider who was a former military engineer testifies of an amazing tail about an incident where many people are killed in a conflict with grey aliens in 1979 at dulce.

it is believed that the U.S. government has been working with grey aliens in exchange for advanced technologies from these beings in order to back engineer these technologies so that they may be applied for practical use.
the first ever reported alien abduction happened sep 19, 1961 a couple by the names of betty and barney hill were driving home from canada. they described grey aliens

various declassified military reports confirm the existence of flying saucers and grey aliens including reports linked to PROJECT BLUE BOOK and MJ-12 DOCUMENTS.

A large quantity of information regarding this subject is actually online governement web sites free to the public.
i am told that other governments want to disclose this information to the people but they are waiting on the U.S. to lead the way.

http://www.disclosureproject.org/

A man named bob lazar who is a former area 51 employee explained and testified about the engineering of these grey beings. he explains how they use antimatter to generate power for an antigravity propulsion craft. lazar explains that the method of propulsion they use manipulates time and space creating a bubble of time space disfiguration around the craft enabling the craft to exceed light speed by reducing its atomic structure to become less solid.

http://www.gravitywarpdrive.com/Gravity_Generator.htm

this question is only for serious people who are serious about this subject

i am interrested in what others may know about this subject
leave a comment and or a link to more knowledge related to this subject thank you.

i have a feeling disclosure will be coming one way or another.

So I’ve got some biology questions.?

1) Compare and contrast DNA and RNA.
2) What is the purpose of the human genome project?
3) What is incomplete dominance, polygenic inheritance, codominance, and multiple alleles? Give examples for each.
4) What would the offspring be if two roan cows mated?
5) Where are fossils formed?
6) What is an endospore and how can it help some bacteria?
7) What is the difference between a geographic and reproductive barrier? 8) What happened to the moth population in England in the 1800′s?
9) Where in the digestive tract is water absorbed?
10) What are the parts of the circulatory system?
11) What is the difference between arteries and veins?
12) What happens to air as you breathe it?
13) How did Aristole classify all living organisms?
14) Describe the three domain system of classification.

Please help me! Even if you could answer just one, that would be GREAT! I CANNOT find the answers to these anywhere in my book or notes, it isn’t that I’m really lazy.
Wow robert thank you oh so much for your WONDERFUL advice. Why didn’t I think of that before? Oh wait, I did and none of that stuff is in there!

atheists/evolutionists explain these?

top evidences for creation

1. Information
The instructions for how to build, operate, and repair living cells represent a vast amount of information (estimated at 12 billion bits). Information is a mental, non-material concept. It can never arise from a natural process and is always the result of an intelligence. Just as a newspaper story transcends the ink on the paper, life’s DNA itself (like the ink) is not the information, it is simply a physical representation or housing of the information (the story). Modifying the DNA via mutation can never produce new genetic information to drive upward evolution, just as spilling coffee on the newspaper, thereby modifying the distribution of the ink, will never improve the story.

2. Formation of Life
Non-living chemicals cannot become alive on their own. The cell is a miniature factory with many active processes, not a simple blob of “protoplasm” as believed in Darwin’s day. Lightening striking a mud puddle or some “warm little pond” will never produce life. This is another view of the core issue of information as the simplest living cell requires a vast amount of information to be present. The “Law of Biogenesis” states that life comes only from prior life. Spontaneous generation has long been shown to be impossible (by Louis Pasteur in 1859). Numerous efforts to bring life from non-life (including the famous Miller-Urey experiment) have not succeeded. The probability of life forming from non-life has been likened to the probability of a tornado going through a junkyard and spontaneously assembling a working 747 airplane. The idea that life on earth may have been seeded from outer space just moves the problem elsewhere.

3. Design of Living Things
Design is apparent in the living world. Even Richard Dawkins in his anti-creation book The Blind Watchmaker admits “Biology is the study of complicated things that give the appearance of having been designed for a purpose.” The amazing defense mechanism of the Bombardier Beetle is a classic example of design in nature, seemingly impossible to explain as the result of accumulating small beneficial changes over time, because if the mechanism doesn’t work perfectly, “boom” – no more beetle! This is also another view of the core issue of information, as the design of living things is the result of processing the information in the DNA (following the blueprint) to produce a working organism.

4. Irreducible Complexity
The idea that “nothing works until everything works.” The classic example is a mousetrap, which is irreducibly complex in that if one of its several pieces is missing or not in the right place, it will not function as a mousetrap and no mice will be caught. The systems, features, and processes of life are irreducibly complex. What good is a circulatory system without a heart? An eye without a brain to interpret the signals? What good is a half-formed wing? Doesn’t matching male and female reproductive machinery need to exist at the same time, fully-functioning if any reproduction is to take place? Remember, natural selection has no foresight, and works to eliminate anything not providing an immediate benefit.

5. Second Law of Thermodynamics
The Second Law of Thermodynamics refers to the universal tendency for things, on their own, to “mix” with their surrounding environment over time, becoming less ordered and eventually reaching a steady-state. A glass of hot water becomes room temperature, buildings decay into rubble, and the stars will eventually burn out leading to the “heat death” of the universe. However, the evolutionary scenario proposes that over time things, on their own, became more ordered and structured. Somehow the energy of a “Big Bang” structured itself into stars, galaxies, planets, and living things, contrary to the Second Law. It is sometimes said that the energy of the Sun was enough to overcome this tendency and allow for the formation of life on earth. However, application of energy alone is not enough to overcome this tendency; the energy must be channeled by a machine. A human must repair a building to keep it from decaying. Likewise, it is the machinery of photosynthesis which harnesses the energy of the Sun, allowing life to exist, and photosynthesis is itself a complex chemical process. The maturing of an acorn into a tree, or a zygote (the first cell resulting from fertilization) into a mature human being does not violate the Second Law as these processes are guided by the information already present in the acorn or zygote.

6. Existence of the Universe
By definition, something must be eternal (as we have “something” today and something cannot come from “nothing”, so there was never a time when there was “nothing”). Either the universe itself is eternal, or something/someone outside of and greater than the universe is eternal. We know that the universe is not eternal, it had a beginning (as evidenced by its expansion). Therefore, God (the something/so
(the something/someone outside of the universe) must exist and must have created the universe. Einstein showed that space and time are related. If there is no space there is no time. Before the universe was created there was no space and therefore no concept of time. This is hard for us to understand as we are space-time creatures, but it allows for God to be an eternal being, completely consistent with scientific laws. The question “who created God” is therefore an improper/invalid question, as it is a time-based question (concerning the point in time at which God came into existence) but God exists outside of time as the un-caused first cause.
7. Fine-tuning of Earth for Life
Dozens of parameters are “just right” for life to exist on this planet. For example, if the Earth were just a little closer to the Sun it would be too hot and the ocean’s water would boil away, much further and it would be covered continually in ice. Earth’s circular orbit (to maintain a roughly constant temp

why deny the proof that evolutioin is false?

“There is a lot here, so if it’s not for you then quit reading now.

Ive been studying and found all this about the faults of evolution, some from Chrisitan sources and some from secular (that way atheists couldn’t dismiss it because it was all ?Chrisitian) the result below are from both view points and show flaws of evolution. Inspite of all this why do you still say evolution is possible?

The basic flaw of all evolutionary views is the origin of the information in living beings. It has never been shown that a coding system and semantic information could originate by itself in a material medium, and the information theorems predict that this will never be possible. A purely material origin of life is thus precluded.”
Gitt, Werner

“I believe that one day the Darwinian myth will be ranked the greatest deceit in the history of science.”
Lovtrup, Soren

The instructions for how to build, operate, and repair living cells represent a vast amount of information (estimated at 12 billion bits). Information is a mental, non-material concept. It can never arise from a natural process and is always the result of an intelligence. Just as a newspaper story transcends the ink on the paper, life’s DNA itself (like the ink) is not the information, it is simply a physical representation or housing of the information (the story). Modifying the DNA via mutation can never produce new genetic information to drive upward evolution, just as spilling coffee on the newspaper, thereby modifying the distribution of the ink, will never improve the story.

Non-living chemicals cannot become alive on their own. The cell is a miniature factory with many active processes, not a simple blob of “protoplasm” as believed in Darwin’s day. Lightening striking a mud puddle or some “warm little pond” will never produce life. This is another view of the core issue of information as the simplest living cell requires a vast amount of information to be present. The “Law of Biogenesis” states that life comes only from prior life. Spontaneous generation has long been shown to be impossible (by Louis Pasteur in 1859). Numerous efforts to bring life from non-life (including the famous Miller-Urey experiment) have not succeeded. The probability of life forming from non-life has been likened to the probability of a tornado going through a junkyard and spontaneously assembling a working 747 airplane. The idea that life on earth may have been seeded from outer space just moves the problem elsewhere.

Design is apparent in the living world. Even Richard Dawkins in his anti-creation book The Blind Watchmaker admits “Biology is the study of complicated things that give the appearance of having been designed for a purpose.”

The idea that “nothing works until everything works.” The classic example is a mousetrap, which is irreducibly complex in that if one of its several pieces is missing or not in the right place, it will not function as a mousetrap and no mice will be caught. The systems, features, and processes of life are irreducibly complex. What good is a circulatory system without a heart? An eye without a brain to interpret the signals? What good is a half-formed wing? Doesn’t matching male and female reproductive machinery need to exist at the same time, fully-functioning if any reproduction is to take place? Remember, natural selection has no foresight, and works to eliminate anything not providing an immediate benefit.

The Second Law of Thermodynamics refers to the universal tendency for things, on their own, to “mix” with their surrounding environment over time, becoming less ordered and eventually reaching a steady-state. A glass of hot water becomes room temperature, buildings decay into rubble, and the stars will eventually burn out leading to the “heat death” of the universe. However, the evolutionary scenario proposes that over time things, on their own, became more ordered and structured. Somehow the energy of a “Big Bang” structured itself into stars, galaxies, planets, and living things, contrary to the Second Law. It is sometimes said that the energy of the Sun was enough to overcome this tendency and allow for the formation of life on earth. However, application of energy alone is not enough to overcome this tendency; the energy must be channeled by a machine. A human must repair a building to keep it from decaying. Likewise, it is the machinery of photosynthesis which harnesses the energy of the Sun, allowing life to exist, and photosynthesis is itself a complex chemical process. The maturing of an acorn into a tree, or a zygote (the first cell resulting from fertilization) into a mature human being does not violate the Second Law as these processes are guided by the information already present in the acorn or zygote.

the Universe By definition, something must be eternal (as we have “something” today and something cannot come from “nothing”, so there was never a time when there was “nothing”). Either the univer

What is your political stance? Where do you draw the line?

My Political Stances: I am…..
Anti-Drug – Conservative – Drugs increase crime. In 2007 illicit drug users were about 16 times
more likely than nonusers to report being arrested and booked for larceny or theft; more than
14 times more likely to be arrested and booked for such offenses as driving under the influence,
drunkenness, or liquor law violations; and more than 9 times more likely to be arrested and
booked on an assault charge. Crackdown harder on drugs and you reduce crime. In support or
against? What is your stance?
Anti-Immigration – Conservative – Illegal immigrants take away some jobs from legal residents
in America and they use our healthcare system for Americans who really need healthcare. Illgeal
immigration also increases overpopulation in this country. Send them back to where they came
from until they get legal status. What is your stance?

Anti-Affirmative Action – Conservative – The best candidate for the job regardless of race. I
don’t care what color your skin is as long as you can do the job and excel at it. We need better
leaders regardless of race. What is your stance?

Anti-Gay Marriage – Conservative – It encourages the threat of AIDS and other deadly
diseases, it supports the notion that “anal sex with another male” is acceptable even though its
biologically unhealthy. The proposition to this is that it doesn’t add to our overpopulation
problem in the U.S. On the other hand, AIDS is a terrible disease and I don’t want to see it
spread. What is your stance?

Pro-Death penalty – Conservative – The worst of the worst deserve to die. No question about
it. The Ted Bundy’s, The John Wayne Gacy’s, and the Hannibal Lectors of our society are
incapable of being cured of killing others. Its their nature.If we keep them locked up it costs us
less money than to put them to death. However, I would rather pay a higher price by putting
them to death rather than letting them rot in prison for life—-with the chance of them escaping
from an insitution and killing another innocent victim. Ted Bundy is an example. He he escaped
3 times. What did he do? He killed and killed again. These killers are incurable and need to be
executed if proven guilty and sentenced to death by the judicial system. Also, more executions
means less overcrowding in the U.S. prisons and overpopulation in general. What is your
stance?

Pro-Stem Cell Research – Liberal – I support it for finding cures for disease only. I do not
support stem cell research for “cloning.” We then stepping in Gods territory. We should only
use stem cells it to cure cancers and deadly diseases. What is your stance?

Pro-Choice Abortion – Liberal – The case is this: Are fetuses and embryos human beings and
therfore have a right to life? The question is very debatable. A woman should have complete
control over her fertility and pregnancy and that this entails the guarantee of reproductive rights.
the pro-choice view does not consider a fetus to have the full legal rights of a human being. I
think a woman has the right to do with her body as she pleases. Nobody should have any right
over another persons body. Its tough to come to that conclusion but keep in mind the
overpopulation problem in the U.S. and the number of babies that are born out of wedlock.
What is your stance?

Pro-Environment – Liberal – Cleaner air will help us live longer lives. Greed can sometimes kill
health and make us life shorter lives. Clean and breathable air smells fresh, keeps us healthy,
and promotes healthy eco-systems. What is your stance?

Healthcare – Liberal – Universal Healthcare for all legal residents Americans have a fundamental
right to have health care provided to them by their government. We are an aging population with
the baby boomers being the largest generation in history and many dont have adequate
healthcare. What is your stance?

Education – Conversative – Vouchers? or No Child Left behind? I say vouchers. It is because
any parent should have the right to choose whether their chilld goes to a private or public
school. However the government shouldnt fit the bill if the parents choose a private institution.
What is your stance?

Am I missing anymore issues? Let me know what your political thoughts are. I would love to
discover what your thoughts are on these issues.

Thanks.

How many anti-feminists have lobbied the government for laws benefitting men exclusively?

How many anti-feminists have written laws that had “automatic arrest” policies for women and not men?

How many anti-feminists support reproductive rights for men, but fight against reproductive rights for women?

How many anti-feminists demonize femininity and give school systems pamphlets and other literature on ways to curb femininity?

How many anti-feminists write books and publish theories demonizing female power and teach these theories with other anti-female theories on college campuses under the guise of a “Men’s Studies” program?

How many anti-feminists have been infecting society for decades with the notion that women are to be feared and seek control over men?

…And how many anti-feminists just want the feminists to stop infecting society with anti-male , sexist, and un-Constitutional ideas?

Can you honestly answer the following questions?

The test of any theory is whether or not it provides answers to
basic questions. Some well-meaning but misguided people think
evolution is a reasonable theory to explain man’s questions about the
universe. Evolution is not a good theory—it is just a pagan religion
masquerading as science.

•1 Where did the space for the universe come from?
•2 Where did matter come from?
•3 Where did the laws of the universe come from (gravity, inertia,
etc.)?
•4 How did matter get so perfectly organized?
•5 Where did the energy come from to do all the organizing?
•6 When, where, why, and how did life come from dead matter?
•7 When, where, why, and how did life learn to reproduce itself?
•8 With what did the first cell capable of sexual reproduction
reproduce?
•9 Why would any plant or animal want to reproduce more of
its kind since this would only make more mouths to feed
and decrease the chances of survival? (Does the individual
have a drive to survive, or the species? How do you explain
this?)
•10 How can mutations (recombining of the genetic code)
create any new, improved varieties? (Recombining English
letters will never produce Chinese books.)
•11 Is it possible that similarities in design between different
animals prove that they had a common designer instead of
a common ancestor?
•12 Natural selection only works with the genetic information
available and tends only to keep a species stable. How
would you explain the increasing complexity in the genetic
code that must have occurred if evolution were true?
•13 When,where,why, and how did
a. single-celled plants become multi-celled?
b.two and three-celled intermediates evolve?
c. single-celled animals evolve?
d. fish change to amphibians?
e. amphibians change to reptiles?
f. reptiles change to birds? (The lungs, bones, eyes,
reproductive organs, heart, method of locomotion,
body covering, etc., are all very different!)
g. intermediate forms live?

•14 When, where, why,how, and from what did
a. whales evolve?
b. sea horses evolve?
c. bats evolve?
d. eyes evolve?
e. ears evolve?
f. Hair, skin, feathers, scales, nails, claws, etc., evolve?
•15 Which evolved first (how, and how long, did it work
without the others)?
a. The digestive system, the food to be digested, the
appetite, the ability to find and eat the food, the
digestive juices, or the body’s resistance to its own
digestive juice (stomach, intestines, etc.)?
b. The drive to reproduce or the ability to reproduce?
c. The lungs, the mucus lining to protect them, the
throat, or the perfect mixture of gases to be
breathed into the lungs?
d. DNA or RNA to carry the DNA message to cell
parts?
e. The termite or the flagellates in its intestines that
actuallydigest the cellulose?
f. The plants or the insects that live on and pollinate
the plants?
g. The bones, ligaments, tendons, blood supply, or
muscles to move the bones?
h. The nervous system, repair system, or hormone
system?
i. The immune system or the need for it?
•16 There are many thousands of examples of symbiosis that
defy an evolutionary explanation. Why must we teach
students that evolution is the only explanation for these
relationships?
•17 How would evolution explain mimicry? Did the plants
and animals develop mimicry by chance, by their intelligent
choice, or by design?
•18 When, where, why, and how did man evolve feelings?
Love, mercy, guilt, etc. would never evolve inthe theory of
evolution.
•19 *How did photosynthesis evolve?
•20 *How did thought evolve?
•21 *How did flowering plants evolve, and from what?
•22 *What kind of evolutionist are you? Why are you not one
of the other eight or tenkinds?
•23 What would you have said seventy five years ago if I told
you I had a living coelacanth in my aquarium?
•24 *Is there one clear prediction of macroevolution that has
proved true?
•25 *What is so scientific about the idea of hydrogen gas
becoming human?
•26 *Do you honestly believe that everything came from nothing?

Evolution Questions To Answer…?

1.Where did the space for the universe come from?
2.Where did matter come from?
3.Where did the laws of the universe come from (gravity, inertia, etc.)?
4.How did matter get so perfectly organized?
5.Where did the energy come from to do all the organizing?
6.When, where, why, and how did life come from non-living matter?
7.When, where, why, and how did life learn to reproduce itself?
8.With what did the first cell capable of sexual reproduction reproduce?
9.Why would any plant or animal want to reproduce more of its kind since this would only make more mouths to feed and decrease the chances of survival? (Does the individual have a drive to survive, or the species? How do you explain this?)
10.How can mutations (recombining of the genetic code) create any new, improved varieties? (Recombining English letters will never produce Chinese books.)
11.Is it possible that similarities in design between different animals prove a common Creator instead of a common ancestor?
12.Natural selection only works with the genetic information available and tends only to keep a species stable. How would you explain the increasing complexity in the genetic code that must have occurred if evolution were true?
13.When, where, why, and how did:
Single-celled plants become multi-celled? (Where are the two and three-celled intermediates?)
Single-celled animals evolve?
Fish change to amphibians?
Amphibians change to reptiles
Reptiles change to birds? (The lungs, bones, eyes, reproductive organs, heart, method of locomotion, body covering, etc., are all very different!)
How did the intermediate forms live?
14. When, where, why, how, and from what did:
Whales evolve?
Sea horses evolve?
Bats evolve?
Eyes evolve?
Ears evolve?
Hair, skin, feathers, scales, nails, claws, etc., evolve?
15.Which evolved first (how, and how long; did it work without the others)?
The digestive system, the food to be digested, the appetite, the ability to find and eat the food, the digestive juices, or the body’s resistance to its own digestive juice (stomach, intestines, etc.)?
The drive to reproduce or the ability to reproduce?
The lungs, the mucus lining to protect them, the throat, or the perfect mixture of gases to be breathed into the lungs?
DNA or RNA to carry the DNA message to cell parts?
The termite or the flagella in its intestines that actually digest the cellulose?
The plants or the insects that live on and pollinate the plants?
The bones, ligaments, tendons, blood supply, or muscles to move the bones?
The nervous system, repair system, or hormone system?
The immune system or the need for it? 16.There are many thousands of examples of symbiosis that defy an evolutionary explanation. Why must we teach students that evolution is the only explanation for these relationships?
16.How would evolution explain mimicry? Did the plants and animals develop mimicry by chance, by their intelligent choice, or by design?
17.When, where, why, and how did man evolve feelings? Love, mercy, guilt, etc. would never evolve in the theory of evolution.
18.*How did photosynthesis evolve?
19.*How did thought evolve?
20.*How did flowering plants evolve, and from that?
21.*What kind of evolutionist are you? Why are you not one of the other eight or ten kinds?
22.What would you have said fifty years ago if I told you I had a living coelacanth in my aquarium?
23.*Is there one clear prediction of macroevolution that has proved true?
24.*What is so scientific about the idea of hydrogen as becoming human?
25.*Do you honestly believe that everything came from nothing?

After you have answered the preceding questions, please look carefully at your answers and thoughtfully consider the following questions.

26.Are you sure your answers are reasonable, right, and scientifically provable, or do you just believe that it may have happened the way you have answered? (Do these answers reflect your religion or your science?)

27.Do your answers show more or less faith than the person who says, “God must have designed it”?
28.Is it possible that an unseen Creator designed this universe? If God is excluded at the beginning of the discussion by your definition of science, how could it be shown that He did create the universe if He did?
29.Is it wise and fair to present the theory of evolution to students as fact?
30.What is the end result of a belief in evolution (lifestyle, society, attitude about others, eternal destiny, etc.)?
31.Do people accept evolution because of the following factors?
It is all they have been taught.
They like the freedom from God (no moral absolutes, etc.).
They are bound to support the theory for fear of losing their job or status or grade point average.
They are too proud to admit they are wrong.
Evolution is the only philosophy that can be used to justify their political agenda.
32.Should we continue to use outdated, disproved, questionable, or inco
Should we continue to use outdated, disproved, questionable, or inconclusive evidences to support the theory of evolution because we don’t have a suitable substitute (Piltdown man, recapitulation, archaeopteryx, Lucy, Java man, Neanderthal man, horse evolution, vestigial organs, etc.)?
Should parents be allowed to require that evolution not be taught as fact in their school system unless equal time is given to other theories of origins (like divine creation)?
What are you risking if you are wrong? As one of my debate opponents said, “Either there is a God or there is not. Both possibilities are frightening.”
Why are many evolutionists afraid of the idea of creationism being presented in public schools? If we are not supposed to teach religion in schools, then why not get evolution out of the textbooks? It is just a religious worldview.
Aren’t you tired of faith in a system that cannot be true? Wouldn’t it be great to know the God who made you, and to accept His love and forgive
LET ME ASK YOU… DO YOU KNOW EVERYTHING? NOPE ….3/4 OF EVERYTHING? NO…. HALF OF EVERYTHING NO … LETS SUPPOSE YOU KNOW HALF OF EVERYTHING AND IN THE OTHER HALF THERE IS A GOD AND CREATION…SO GET TO KNOW THE THINGS YOU DONT KNOW …

questions for evilutionists?

If you evilutionists think you have all the answers, try answering the following questions.

Some well-meaning but misguided people think evilution is a reasonable theory to explain many questions about the universe. But evilution is not a good theory : it is just a pagan religion masquerading as science.

1. Where did the space for the universe come from?

2. Where did matter come from?

3. Where did the laws of the universe come from (gravity, inertia, etc.)?

4. How did matter get so perfectly organized?

5. Where did the energy come from to do all the organizing?

6. When, where, why, and how did life come from dead matter?

7. When, where, why, and how did life learn to reproduce itself?

8. With what did the first cell capable of sexual reproduction reproduce?

9. Why would any plant or animal want to reproduce more of its kind since this would only make more mouths to feed and decrease the chances of survival? (Does the individual have a drive to survive, or the species? How do you explain this?)

10. How can mutations (recombining of the genetic code) create any new, improved varieties? (Recombining English letters will never produce Chinese books.)

11. Is it possible that similarities in design between different animals prove a common Creator instead of a common ancestor?

12. Natural selection only works with the genetic information available and tends only to keep a species stable. How would you explain the increasing complexity in the genetic code that must have occurred if evolution were true?

13. When, where, why, and how did
a. Single-celled plants become multi-celled? (Where are the two and three-celled intermediates?)
b. Single-celled animals evolve?
c. Fish change to amphibians?
d. Amphibians change to reptiles?
e. Reptiles change to birds? (The lungs, bones, eyes, reproductive organs, heart, method of locomotion, body covering, etc., are all very different!)
f. How did the intermediate forms live?

14. When, where, why, how, and from what did:
a. Whales evolve?
b. Sea horses evolve?
c. Bats evolve?
d. Eyes evolve?
e. Ears evolve?
f. Hair, skin, feathers, scales, nails, claws, etc., evolve?

15. Which evolved first (how, and how long, did it work without the others)?
a. The digestive system, the food to be digested, the appetite, the ability to find and eat the food, the digestive juices, or the body? resistance to its own digestive juice (stomach, intestines, etc.)?
b. The drive to reproduce or the ability to reproduce?
c. The lungs, the mucus lining to protect them, the throat, or the perfect mixture of gases to be breathed into the lungs?
d. DNA or RNA to carry the DNA message to cell parts?
e. The termite or the flagella in its intestines that actually digest the cellulose?
f. The plants or the insects that live on and pollinate the plants?
g. The bones, ligaments, tendons, blood supply, or muscles to move the bones?
h. The nervous system, repair system, or hormone system?
i. The immune system or the need for it?

16. There are many thousands of examples of symbiosis that defy an evolutionary explanation. Why must we teach students that evolution is the only explanation for these relationships?

17. How would evolution explain mimicry? Did the plants and animals develop mimicry by chance, by their intelligent choice, or by design?

18. When, where, why, and how did man evolve feelings? Love, mercy, guilt, etc. would never evolve in the theory of evolution.

19. How did photosynthesis evolve?

20. How did thought evolve?

21. How did flowering plants evolve, and from what?

22. What kind of evolutionist are you? Why are you not one of the other eight or ten kinds?

23. What would you have said fifty years ago if I told you I had a living coelacanth in my aquarium?

24. Is there one clear prediction of macroevolution that has proved true?

25. What is so scientific about the idea of hydrogen gas becoming human?

26. Do you honestly believe that everything came from nothing?

After you have answered the preceding questions, please look carefully at your answers and thoughtfully consider the following questions.

1. Are you sure your answers are reasonable, right, and scientifically provable, or do you just believe that it may have happened the way you have answered? (Do these answers reflect your religion or your science?)

2. Do your answers show more or less faith than the person who says, “God must have designed it”?

3. Is it possible that an unseen Creator designed this universe? If God is excluded at the beginning of the discussion by your definition of science, how could it be shown that He did create the universe if He did?

4. Is it wise and fair to present the theory of evolution to students as fact?

5. What is the end result of a belief in evolution (lifestyle, society, attitude about others, eternal destiny, etc.)?

6.

a few questions for the atheists?

1. Where did the space for the universe come from?

2. Where did matter come from?

3. Where did the laws of the universe come from (gravity, inertia, etc.)?

4. How did matter get so perfectly organized?

5. Where did the energy come from to do all the organizing?

6. When, where, why, and how did life come from dead matter?

7. When, where, why, and how did life learn to reproduce itself?

8. With what did the first cell capable of sexual reproduction reproduce?

9. Why would any plant or animal want to reproduce more of its kind since this would only make more mouths to feed and decrease the chances of survival? (Does the individual have a drive to survive, or the species? How do you explain this?)

10. How can mutations (recombining of the genetic code) create any new, improved varieties? (Recombining English letters will never produce Chinese books.)

11. Is it possible that similarities in design between different animals prove a common Creator instead of a common ancestor?

12. Natural selection only works with the genetic information available and tends only to keep a species stable. How would you explain the increasing complexity in the genetic code that must have occurred if evolution were true?

13. When, where, why, and how did
a. Single-celled plants become multi-celled? (Where are the two and three-celled intermediates?)
b. Single-celled animals evolve?
c. Fish change to amphibians?
d. Amphibians change to reptiles?
e. Reptiles change to birds? (The lungs, bones, eyes, reproductive organs, heart, method of locomotion, body covering, etc., are all very different!)
f. How did the intermediate forms live?

14. When, where, why, how, and from what did:
a. Whales evolve?
b. Sea horses evolve?
c. Bats evolve?
d. Eyes evolve?
e. Ears evolve?
f. Hair, skin, feathers, scales, nails, claws, etc., evolve?

15. Which evolved first (how, and how long, did it work without the others)?
a. The digestive system, the food to be digested, the appetite, the ability to find and eat the food, the digestive juices, or the body’s resistance to its own digestive juice (stomach, intestines, etc.)?
b. The drive to reproduce or the ability to reproduce?
c. The lungs, the mucus lining to protect them, the throat, or the perfect mixture of gases to be breathed into the lungs?
d. DNA or RNA to carry the DNA message to cell parts?
e. The termite or the flagella in its intestines that actually digest the cellulose?
f. The plants or the insects that live on and pollinate the plants?
g. The bones, ligaments, tendons, blood supply, or muscles to move the bones?
h. The nervous system, repair system, or hormone system?
i. The immune system or the need for it?

16. There are many thousands of examples of symbiosis that defy an evolutionary explanation. Why must we teach students that evolution is the only explanation for these relationships?

17. How would evolution explain mimicry? Did the plants and animals develop mimicry by chance, by their intelligent choice, or by design?

18. When, where, why, and how did man evolve feelings? Love, mercy, guilt, etc. would never evolve in the theory of evolution.

19. How did photosynthesis evolve?

20. How did thought evolve?

21. How did flowering plants evolve, and from what?

22. What kind of evolutionist are you? Why are you not one of the other eight or ten kinds?

23. What would you have said fifty years ago if I told you I had a living coelacanth in my aquarium?

24. Is there one clear prediction of macroevolution that has proved true?

25. What is so scientific about the idea of hydrogen gas becoming human?

26. Do you honestly believe that everything came from nothing?

After you have answered the preceding questions, please look carefully at your answers and thoughtfully consider the following questions.

1. Are you sure your answers are reasonable, right, and scientifically provable, or do you just believe that it may have happened the way you have answered? (Do these answers reflect your religion or your science?)

2. Do your answers show more or less faith than the person who says, “God must have designed it”?

3. Is it possible that an unseen Creator designed this universe? If God is excluded at the beginning of the discussion by your definition of science, how could it be shown that He did create the universe if He did?

4. Is it wise and fair to present the theory of evolution to students as fact?

5. What is the end result of a belief in evolution (lifestyle, society, attitude about others, eternal destiny, etc.)?

6. Do people accept evolution because of the following factors?
a. It is all they have been taught.
b. They like the freedom from God (no moral absolutes, etc.).
c. They are bound to support the theory for fear of losing their job or status or grade point average.
d. They are too proud to admit they are wrong.

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