Posted by John R (22.214.171.124) on January 17, 2000 at 22:26:14:
In Reply to: All the different variations- posted by Donna on January 17, 2000 at 19:35:09:
There is variation within a species, as with different breeds of dogs. Species adapt to their environments. This is sometimes called "micro-evolution."
The creation of whole new species, sometimes called "macro-evolution," is what doesn't make sense. And it has been so difficult for evolutionists to provide fossil evidence for this type. They can't find transition forms.
It seems implausible at best that a one-celled organism would turn into something more complex. One of the laws of thermodynamics (the second?) indicates that things tend toward less complexity (they deteriorate) over time with no outside energy acting on it.
Actually, I'm probably not stating the argument very well, but the arguments against macro-evolution have made a lot more sense to me, then those for it have.
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