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Publicēts: 01.12.1996.
Valoda: Angļu
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This is the fatal blow to the theory of evolution. Darwin admitted, "If numerous species belonging to the same genera or families have really started into life all at once, the fact would be fatal to the theory of descent with slow modification through natural selection" (Darwin, 302).
Faced with all the conclusive evidence disproving evolution, Evolutionists have directed all their attention to the claim that man evolved from apelike species. The thousands of extinct species of apes and the various human races constitute a great fossil record on which evolutionists exercise their imagination freely. Evolutionists impose their fraudulent science on the masses by use of imaginary drawings called "reconstructions," and fabricated family trees that are widely disseminated throughout newspapers, magazines, museums, and textbooks. These reconstructions are in all reality nothing but figures of the imagination used to mislead the masses into believing in the human evolution. This wide scale propagation suggests that there is an unhealthy dogmatic belief in evolution that has caused its proponents to undermine proper science, animal rights, and most importantly, the truth.

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