Sunday, November 22, 2009

Evolution Equals Anti-Knowledge - #19

"So that is my first theme: that evolution and creation seem to be sharing remarkable parallels that are increasingly hard to tell apart. The second theme is that evolution not only conveys no knowledge but it seems somehow to convey anti-knowledge." - Colin Patterson, Address at the American Museum of Natural History (November 5, 1981).

"It is almost invariably assumed that animals with bodies composed of a single cell represent the primitive animals from which all others derived. They are commonly supposed to have preceded all other animal types in their appearance. There is not the slightest basis for this assumption." - Austin Clark, The New Evolution (1930), pages 235-236.

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