March 29, 2007
Another Problem with Evolution
Evolutionary theorists have long wondered why all males aren't attractive. In nature, females only breed with the most attractive males. Scientists assume that the attractiveness indicates other good traits such as being healthy and strong. However, they couldn't figure out why there are still unattractive males.
After all, according to their theory of evolution, all of the unattractive males should have been bred out of existence by now.
Remember, no matter how much liberals have tried to prove evolution, they have yet to find any direct evidence of it. Think about it, if we came from monkeys, why are there still monkeys?
Anyway, the scientists have found that mutations, not to be confused with evolutionary changes, are responsible for keeping the likes of goobers such as Al Gore with us. In a nutshell, the scientists think that the process that allows for the repair of DNA gets broken allowing for mutations.
Of course, this still doesn't bode well for their cherished theory of evolution. Here's the paradox: If evolution (natural selection) is true, then all members of a species should eventually look alike. They don't, so scientists rationalize that mutating DNA is responsible. However, if mutations more than offset the differences in appearance caused by evolution, wouldn't they also offset all inherited traits to some extent and in doing so, cancel any possibility of evolution?
So, while liberal scientists scramble in another attempt to bolster their crumbling theory of evolution, they actually cause it to crumble some more. By the way, if you still believe in evolution, it still does not explain creation.