What is a “species” anyway?
|September 7, 2015||Posted by News under Darwinism, Intelligent Design, News, speciation|
If you listen to Darwinblather, you’d never think to ask. (As the rest of us face the road ahead. Yes, it is all as out of touch as it sounds.)
BEACON Researchers at Work: The Origin of a Species? [D]espite all the fantastic work done since Darwin’s day, speciation is still mysterious. Speciation is complex, multifaceted, tricky to study, and, most importantly, hard to “catch in the act.” It would help if we had a model system in which we could study speciation in fine detail as it occurs, examine and manipulate the processes involved, and to do so over a humanly reasonable time scale. More.
In short, no one knows.
But courts and governments demand public funding for this stuff.
Why is that fair? If we leave out publicly funded, government-approved attacks on traditional religious communities, why IS it fair?
Look, I (O’Leary for News) am not saying speciation doesn’t occur. I guess so, but don’t really care.
I want to talk about something else, something I do care about: The evidence base for Darwinism-based speciation wouldn’t get a drunk driver convicted. Why don’t we have a problem when students are hearing it shouted in tax-funded schools?
See also: Talk to the fossils: Let’s see what they say back
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