Exhibit 8: Complexity
||We are told that life has
evolved from "simple" forms millions
of years ago, to the "more complex" forms of today. But is there really
such a thing as "simple" life? Are earlier life forms any less complex
than those living now?
All life is complex with
various modes of locomotion,
senses, metabolism, food gathering, and reproduction. Science
not been able to create even "simple" life from scratch. All
can hope to do is genetically alter or clone some already existing life
Look at this Trilobite
again from Exhibit 4 Fossils.
It is supposed to be a "primitive" life form from 600 million years
Yet it has compound eyes, 3 body
parts, jointed legs, and
a hard shell. This supposedly is the oldest example of eyes
whole optical system and it is compound,
simple. Also notice that there are two
eyes for depth perception!
There is no evidence living or in the fossil record that Evolution
any other number of eyes before deciding that two worked well
Also isn't it fortunate that the eyes match up to the eye sockets
than being hidden uselessly inside the skull.
you don't believe God created
all living things, male and female, in 6 days....
||If I'm so primitive, how
come I could fly and you can't?
many millions of years
was it between the first male and the first female?