Creation vs. Evolution: How Should They Be Taught in Schools?

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Creation vs. Evolution: How Should They Be Taught in Schools?

Evolution should not be taught in schools as fact. Darwin's theory was proven wrong recently by many other scientists' experiments; however, Creation has been proven neither wrong nor right. if the evolution theory is taught, then the theory of Creation should be taught also.

Many aspects of evolution have been proven to be either wrong or right, such as; moon dust, magnetic fields, fossil records, probabilities, vestigial organs, fossil fuel and formation, punctuated equilibria, dinosaurs, sun's diameter, the Nile River's overflow, Earth's rotation, and the Bible.

Dust from meteoritic objects has fallen to Earth continuously adding up to millions of tons of dust per year. This dust also piles up on the moon at the same rate. When NASA's Lunar ship landed on the moon, astronauts found about one-eighth of an inch of dust, meaning the moon was young. The lack of piled dust on the Earth's surface also meant the Earth was young, not billions of years old as it was said to be.

The magnetic field on the Earth is decreasing rapidly. Eight thousand years ago, the Earth's magnetism equaled a magnetic stars' magnetism. (Martin). This was highly unlikely. Inside the Earth's core are electric currents responsible for this magnetism. Twenty-thousand years ago, the Earth would have dissolved from the heat of these electric currents.

"The geological record is extremely imperfect and this fact will to a large extent explain why we do not find intermediate varieties connecting together all of the extinct and existing life forms by the finest graduated steps. He who rejects these views on the nature of the geological record, will rightly reject my whole theory." Charles Darwin stated. After studying fossils for over one-hundred and thirty years, the idea of having a complete fossil record can be rejected. In the fossil record, all known species show up abruptly with no intermediate forms of the species. This proves that those species did not evolve from one another.

Dr. James Coppedge created a world on the computer making all atoms available. He made amino acids bind one in a half trillion times faster then they do in nature. At this rate, a single protein molecule would take ten to the two-hundred and sixty-two power years to combine by chance. Hominis H39, the smallest single-cell known to mankind would take ten to the 119,841st power years to combine. (Martin). That cell would be smaller then any human cell. "The chance that higher life forms might have emerged in this way (evolution) is comparable with the chance that a tornado sweeping through a junk yard might assemble a Boeing 747 from the materials therein," said Sir Fred Boyle, British mathematician and astronomer.

Evolution theories on fossils and fuels say that they are formed over thousands of years. However, in order to fossilize, objects must be buried rapidly. Fossils and fuels can be found buried all over the world. This must have come from a world-wide catastrophe. In terms of Creationism this catastrophe was most likely Noah's flood. (Martin/Genesis).

The abrupt appearances of species can not be gradual evolution, so another theory was introduced, punctuated equilibria. For example, this would be a bird giving birth to a mammal. Having this happen would leave no transitional fossils in the fossil record. However another animal of the opposite sex and of the same species must be born at the exact same time and in the same area for the continuation of the new species. The odds are astronomical.

Evolutionist believe that dinosaurs were extinct for hundreds before man appeared. However, in legends of many countries there are stories of dinosaur-like animals. Explorers have recorded sightings of flying reptiles. In limestone, near the Paluxy River in Texas, human footprints have been found next to that of a dinosaur. (Martin). Dinosaurs would have had to...
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