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You're Best Frend asked Why do so many people not "believe" in the theory of evolution?
there is absolutely no evidence contradicting it and there have even been several observed instances of evolution, but half the world still doesn't believe it. I understand why some people don't believe we came from apes, that seems to be the thing that's most disputed, but I always thought that was a separate theory which was only meant to explain where humans came from if evolution was a factor for millions of years FYI: the big bang theory is almost totally unrelated to evolution and should not/cannot be used as an argument against it please help me, I would like to hear both sides of the argument
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I do not believe in evolution, so I think I will be able to clear some thing up for you. First, let us clarify some terms. There are different meaning to the word evolution. Until you understand these differences, you will be subject to the "Bait and Switch" technique that is so useful in teaching evolution. You see there is micro-evolution. You can think of this as variation. The first basic dog kind producing all the hundreds of dog breeds that we see today is an example of this. The minor variation in the beak sizes in a population of finches is another example of this. Me being different than my father in some minor ways is another example of this. Now this evolution or variation, as I would like to prefer it called, is way different that macro-evolution. Macro-evolution is the idea of the supposed first "self replicating molecule" forming into all the other life forms that have ever existed. You can think of it as the molecule to man theory. Now we get into the difference between objective observations and subjective interpretations. There is no objective observations for macro-evolution. There is only examples of variation within a basic kind. You see, in all the instances of objective variation, all the variation occurs within the same basic kind of animal. I have seen a great dane and a miniature chihuahua (that would fit in the palm of your hand) but the important thing to remember is that they are both dogs. They both have all the same basic parts and body design. The chihuahua is not on its way to producing a completely different kind of animal. It is just an extreme variation of the basic dog kind. This is contrary to evolutionary thinking. Even the notion of the "shallow end of the gene pool" like the chihuahuas, cheetas, and pandas are on is against macro-evolutionary thinking. You see, these creatures are not forming a new basic kind of creature. They are struggling to live on the exteme of the basic created kind. There is not new information forming in them, they just exist on the extreme configuration of supplied genes. Those are just some things to think about. Now it is important to address the different ways to think about science. First there is the method of science. The method is good. It uses observations and repeated experiments to directly support a theory. The observations must directly support the theory without an equally valid theory being supported as well. The other theory, in this case would be design and creation, definitely should not be supported better by the actual objective observations than the disputed theory(macro-evolution), which in this case - it does. Also there is philosophical ideas or "the modern philosophy of science" to consider. This modern philosphy rests on Naturalism and Materialism. These ideas say that only natural forces and raw material (dirt, rocks, water, the elements) are to account for the whole of reality. Evolutionary ideas rest on this philosophy and all evidence is strictly interpreted within its pre-disposed boundaries. The philosophy is not any part of science. It is just a world view. The only true science is the method. This method is limited in what it can tell us about the ultimate nature of reality, but that is just the way it is. So, now that we understand a bit about the underlying issues, we will begin to look at the actual evidence and see how it is to be scientifically interpreted and where it leaves us. First there is fossils. Fossils provide no objective evidence for macro-evolution. If you dig up a fossil you have no evidence that the fossil had any offspring. You don't have evidence that it had drastically different offspring. We have never observed a basic kind of creature changing into a different basic kind of creature, so why would we assume the fossils could accomplish this feat? You see, you can make a subjective progression with just about anything. You could even do this with living creatures today. Take a mouse, a rat, a muskrat, a beaver, a dog, a deer, a horse, and a camel and line them up and you have the same morphilogical evidence for progression as you do from fossils. So if you look at a dino fossil and think that it was the ancestor to the humming bird (which scientists believe) you are just making up stories of progression.