Archive for the ‘problems in theory of evolution’ Category

Truth, whatever that is, definitely takes the hindmost

January 10, 2010

Boiled down to essentials, a nervous system enables the organism to succeed in the four F’s: feeding, fleeing, fighting, and reproducing. The principle chore of nervous systems is to get the body parts where they should be in order that the organism may survive…. . Improvements in sensorimotor control confer an evolutionary advantage: a fancier style of representing is advantageous so long as it is geared to the organism’s way of life and enhances the organism’s chances of survival. Truth, whatever that is, definitely takes the hindmost.

Patricia Churchland

Why would bacteria need to evolve?

January 5, 2010

…bacteria are the fittest creatures on the planet, only rivalled by cockroaches. They survive quite nicely. Nothing is more tenacious, more resilient, more stout, and produces more functioning and self-procuring offspring than bacteria. Why would they need to evolve? They could survive a nuclear bomb. The organisms that evolutionists claim as the ‘higher’ creatures, die off easier and quicker, and produce far less offspring. The higher up the ladder, the more likely the organism is extinct or is put on the endangered species’ list. Look how fragile the whales and the great apes are as species. Large body mass creatures are much less fit than the tenacious organisms like bacteria and cockroaches.

Michael A. Robinson, God Does Exist!, Author House 2006, pp.89-90