Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram The theory of stellar evolution was developed by arranging (on paper) different types of stars according to their color andpahu81
Interstellar Gas Detailed analyses have long shown that neither stars nor planets could form from interstellar gas clouds (a). To do so, either by firstpahu81
Heavy Elements Evolutionists historically have had difficulty explaining the origin of heavy elements. (A big bang would produce only the three lightestpahu81
Instead of endless philosophical discussions to prove a point, experiment becomes the final arbitrator of truth - a successful approach. The issue becomes a bit sticky when discussing origins. How do we test the theory of evolution? We don't have the luxury of having a miniature universe with eons of time in the corner of a laboratory. So this leaves both evolutionists and creationists in same the boat. No absolute way to objectivity test their assertions. No eyewitnesses... Both are left to propose a model and then compare it with nature for consistency. Notice too, that good theories are falsifiable. Now consider the theory of evolution ... How can it be proved false? What fraction of the theory of evolution is open to invalidation, some small detail, or the entire principle? The approach seems to be, "look, you're here and there is no intelligent designer so evolution must be true!". Is this science or something else?
THE CREATION MODEL: http://www.trueorigins.org/creatheory.asp
1. By the acts of a Creator. Key prediction: Design implies a Designer.
2. Creation of basic plant and animal types with
characteristics complete in first representative Kinds.
3. Variation and speciation limited within each created kind.
4. Predictions concerning the fossil record:
a. Sudden appearance in great variety of highly complex forms.
b. Sudden appearance of each created type with characteristics complete.
c. Sharp boundaries separating major taxonomic groups.
d. No clear transitional forms between the Kinds.
Perhaps consider the EVOLUTION MODEL;)
Life arose by Chance in and of itself.
Key prediction: Abiogenesis, e.g. the generation of life from non-living matter.
Now more commonly known as "spontaneous generation."
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