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Why all the differing gestation periods; the ones with the birth of greatest number of young having the shortest gestation period? Why the varying weaning times among the mammals? Why are the regulatory clocks all different? Why do some animals go through courtship, but not others. Even the lowly spider taps out a mating dance.
    Courtship isn't necessary for reproducing, as these and other animals evidence.

Typical of the jargon evolutionary scientists purport is (watch for the verbs, and ask yourself about the  assumptions made here) "During the evolution of mammals over several million years, two of the bones that originally formed the rear portion of the reptilian lower jaw were gradually pushed backwards and reduced in size until they were migrated into the middle ear, forming the bony connections that carry vibrations into the inner ears of present day mammals...Evolution started with a perfectly good working reptile style ear, which had a single internal bone. Then it grabbed two other bones from a different organ (I can hardly stop from laughing at this point – this guy's a scientist???), the jaw, and used them to expand and improve the apparatus." ...pages 138, 139,.Finding Darwin's God.(1999), Cliff Street Books, Harper-Collins, New York, N.Y., by Kenneth R. Miller, Professor of Biology at Brown University, Rhode Island U.S.A. 
    "One of the great beauties of evolution is that it's automatic. The combination of random variation and natural selection automatically selects the organisms that do best in a particular environment and then rewards them by forming the next generation from winners in the game (something involving an element of chance and/or competition one plays for fun – and though evolution may be a lot of fun for some, it is vastly devoid of true science) of natural selection. ... Darwin made it possible to be an intellectually fulfilled atheist. How powerful natural selection was can be illustrated by asking oneself how many of your direct ancestors died in childhood." ...pages 13,14.
    Then Professor Miller carries on to explain that if all of them did die in childhood, you wouldn't be here, with the implication.being that natural selection works. Hmmm! I wonder if he was thinking what he could assemble out of available information about evolution in order to support an obviously close minded stance! Again, this is a scientist??? 

There are so many diverse behavioral patterns of animals, that it is incredulous for evolution to expect that animals within a closely similar and in many cases, the same environment, was a major factor in their development. 

Cows, seals, whales, female dogs and mice, void urine whenever they need to. Not so with male dogs, mice and many other mammals, where urine is voided at specific points around the animal's environment, where other males will encounter it, showing both maintenance and social behavior. 

Cows have four stomachs; camels, onyx, etc. are able to adjust their body temperature, thus conserving water, but the rat can go longer without water than the camel!
    'Somehow' the onyx came to know to feed at night when the moisture content of plants is greater. 
    Some animals play, others not so. Some are cloven hoofed. Their constitutions are different; i.e. the tiger and the ape. 
    Does evolution really move from simple to complex? Mammals give live birth, but with two exceptions. 

LEAVES:.The design of a leaf is similar to the design of a feather; actually quite remarkably so, once one examines a feather's barbs (one of the parallel filaments projecting from the main shaft of a feather).
    Leaves are designed to be discarded in the fall. If a tree was unable to shut down, the surface of the leaves would allow evaporation during the water deficient winter season. How trees 'let go' of their leaves in fall is a remarkable process.
    Leaf dispersing must be accomplished without exposing vascular (transport system, as the blood is the transport system in humans) tissue to harmful bacteria, fungi or water loss. 
    Some leaves are different in color than the standard green. Even in the Spring some leaves are reddish, pinkish, etc., colors apart from the vivid Fall colors we all appreciate. Get a book on trees for more.

WHEAT:.When one considers the many interdependent processes that go into making a kernel of wheat, it's encouraging to see – that is, before the mind gets all screwed up by believing evolutionary fables – how necessary it was for the processes to all be extant.simultaneously

Darwin's theory of evolution basically states that descent with modification due to random.mutation is the process that has yielded today's diverse biota (plant and animal life of a region). However, this is brought into great question by recent discoveries in amber
    Darwin bases his principle mechanism of evolutionary change upon natural selection which results from a struggle for survival he believed is faced by all organisms

If an original organism was already surviving, why would it have a need to somehow (the 'black box') automatically mutate (change) into some other specie that may cause a threat to the originating species' survival? Is evolution saying that prey and predator were at one time not simultaneously.existent, and that evolution produces enemies? Ipso facto then, evolution has tenets which exposit a self destructive mechanism.....continues

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