Impossible Evolution Information
Amazing photons everywhere!
- There are 1.75x1023 sq mm on the sphere where the Earth orbits. If the pupil is 6mm wide then
div by 6 and get 2.92E22 "pupil squares".
- The sun produces 4.5E21 photons per second per sq. meter.
- Wherever you stand, you get a zillion photons and can see something; move one inch up or down or sideways
and you're still getting all the photons necessary to see<./li>
- Wherever your phone is, you get a zillion electrons and can hear phone calls; imagine one billion phones
all around you, up down, turned sideways, inside, outside, over there, high, low, etc., they all can
hear the phone call at the same time.
- This is an amazing part of creation that cannot be comprehended by science.
Definitions and Abbreviations:
- BYA => Billion Years Ago
- MYO => Million Years Old
Basic Time Stats
- Big Bang was 13.8 BYA
- Earth was formed 4.6 BYA
- First cells appeared 3.8 BYA
Amazing Number of Proteins
- There are 20 amino acids combined in various ways to make 50,000 proteins in a human body.
- There are 210 different cell types in a human with about 20 different cell structures or organelles.
- There are 20,000 genes in the human body
- There are 3,000,000,000 base pairs of genome in the human
- Chromosome #1 has over 200 million base pairs--for one chromosome!
- There are 130,000 pairs of genes
- How many evolutionary attempts are required to get all these combinations to work together
- 50,000 * 210 * 20,000 * 3,000,000,000 * 130,000 = 8.19E25 ... LOL!
- So just for the above, it would take 81,900,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 years to evolve the above.
Human Evolution Time Stats
- First cells appeared 3.8 BYA, approximately 750 million years after Earth was formed.
- Oldest hominid fossil is 5.8 MYO
- So... 3.8 BYO / 5.8 MYA = 655 "periods"
- No macro evolution occurred since the oldest hominid found.
- Since 5.8 MYO to today, the human is the same, has the same head, heart, lungs, legs,
two eyes, fingernails, skin, muscles, a zillion cells, proteins, blood, and all
massive complicated physiology of the human body.
- So either:
- the human is perfectly evolved and no more evolution can/will take place (this
actually goes against the theory of evolution and survival of the fittest, so not likely), or
- it takes at least 5.8 MY for one evolution step to occur.
- If it takes 5.8 MY for one evolution step to occur, there have only been 655 "periods", or,
steps available, since 3.8 BYA--not even close to allowing time for the zillion evolution
steps that are necessary to create a human.
- Add in dinosaurs
- According to science, dinosaurs came into existence 245 MYA and went extinct 65 MYA.
- Therefore, since 165 MYA to today, I submit that, basically no evolution has taken place.
- That is, other than size and shape, dinosaurs are the generally the same as
humans and certainly no macro evolution has taken place:
- We both have a head, two arms, two legs, two eyes, heart, lungs, etc.
- We have skin, a zillion cells, let alone 200 different cells each with different
functions and their own evolution time frames
- We both have super complicated physiology, blood, mitochondria, RNA, DNA and in
chromosome #1 there are 220 million base pairs (how long did that take to "evolve"?)
- We eat food, have a complicated digestive system, can think, react, etc.
- So it must take at least 165 MY for a single macro evolution step to take place
- From 3.8 BYA (first cells) to 165 MYA, there are only 23 "periods" of evolution.
- Obviously it took more than 23 evolutionary steps to create life.
- Human skeletons have been found and dated to be 2 MYO
- There has been no macro evolution of the human in over 2 MY.
- How long does it take for one macro evolution to occur and how many of those need to occur successfully?
- There are only 1900 "periods" since 3.8 BYA.<
- If there are 200 million base pairs in DNA chromosome #1 alone, how many "periods" does
it take create evolve a human body?<
- Scientists say the first murder took place 430,000 years ago.
- Humans haven't changed or evolved in any fashion since.
- So in 430,000 years, no evolution took place.
- There are only 8837 periods of 430,000 years since 3.8 BYA.
- If no evolution took place in 430,000 years, one can say it takes longer than 430,000
years for a single evolution to take place.
- However, how many evolution time periods are needed if there are only 8837 periods?
- In other words, it must take longer than 430,000 years for one evolution to take place.
How much time is there?
- Homo erectus dates from 1.9 MYO to 143,000 years ago. Since 1.9 MYO there hasn't
been any evolution--the entirety of the human exists.
- How long does it take for a macro evolutionary change to occur?
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (web link)
In research that will help address a long-running debate and apparent contradiction between short- and
long-term evolutionary change, scientists have discovered that although evolution is a constant and
sometimes rapid process, the changes that hit and stick tend to take a long time.
Give or take a little, one million years seems to be the magic number.
Across a broad range of species, the research found that for a major change to persist and for changes
to accumulate, it took about one million years. The researchers wrote that this occujrred repeatedly in
a "remarkably consistent pattern." "What's interesting is not that we have so much biological diversity
and evolutionary change, but that we have so little," Uyeda said. "It's a paradox as to why evolution
should be so slow."
"We believe that for changes to persist, the underlying force that caused them has to also persist and
be widespread," Uyeda said.
"This isn't just some chance genetic mutation that takes over," he said. "Evolutionary adaptations are
caused by some force of natural selection such as environmental change, predation or anthropogenic
disturbance, and these forces have to continue and become widespread for the change to persist and accumulate.
That's slower and more rare than one might think."
The exact cause of these long-term, persistent evolutionary changes is not certain. The scientists said
that climate change, in itself, does not appear to be a driving force, because many species have remained
substantially unchanged over time periods when climates changed dramatically.
If it takes one million years for an evolutionary jump to "stick", then if the first
"life" appeared 3.2 BYO, then there are only 3200 "sets of" one million years. So there can only be 3200
successful leaps of evolution, macro and micro, to make the human being. There are more than 3200 pieces
to the human, or any life form.
David Christian (popular evolutionist)
David say humans came to exist 200,000 years ago. So in 200,000 years there has been no evolution.
Although the (and "they") claim improved thought and brain power is evidence of evolution. At best,
that has zero impact on any form of evolution.
That leaves us with 3.2 BY / 200,000 = 16,000 periods of evolution. Science has "proof" there it takes
longer than 200,000 years for even a speck of evolution to occur. Yet there are only 16,000 chances.
N. J. Berrill, Man's Emerging Mind (New Yourk: Fawcett World, 1955), p25
"For example, N. Berrill can hardly contain himself with his feeling of wonder about the evolution of the horse:
Little five-towed Eohippus went step by step with clockwork precision over 60 million years to become the large
If it took 60 MY to change a toe, how long does it take to create the entire human body with DNA, blood, cells, proteins, etc?
There are 7 billion people CURRENTLY living. Some say there has been about 14 billion humans EVER. Of the seven billion
living today, all are born in the last 100 years. Of those seven billion births there has been many birth defects and
"disadvantaged evolutionary attempts" but of the seven billion evolutionary attempts in the last 100 years, not one has
been found advantageous let alone passed on to change the species in any way. Are humans at the pinnacle of evolution?
Is there no more to life that can evolve? If there has been seven billion births and not a single advantageous natural
selection event (macro or micro), how many are needed to actually cause evolution to occur?
E. Coli has four million base pairs in its DNA. How long did it take to evolve four million pairs of DNA that work together
successfully? 4.6 BYA / 4 M = 1150 "periods". That's many successful, positive, evolved DNA pairs each year.
It is estimated the body contains 35 trillion cells. How long did it take for the right combination to come together?
Can you say, "irreducible complexity?"
How Did Life First Appear (web link)
These rocks give us a picture of life on the early Earth where complex chemicals engaged in ever-changing reactions resulting
eventually in the first living organisms.
[Statement is theory, not fact.]
The fact that life began on earth is just a natural consequence
[A presumption, not an observable, measurable, scientific fact]
of the known fundamental laws of chemistry and physics.
[The laws of chemistry and physics do not dictate that life must appear]
Life was inevitable, once certain conditions prevailed.
[A guess/presumption/theory not fact]
And evolution itself seems inevitable
[A guess/presumption/theory not fact]
when we look at the structure and properties of atoms and molecules and how they react in certain environmental conditions.
[Lots of presumptions, no observable, measurable, scientific facts]
In general we can say that with the right ingredients (water, hydrogen, ammonia, methane),
in the right quantities,
at the right temperature,
sufficient amounts of time,
and an input of energy (lightening or maybe, and increasingly the number one suspect, heat from submerged volcanic vents),
random chemical reactions can produce molecules that are capable of making copies of themselves by triggering further
chemical reactions. These replicating molecules are the building blocks of proteins and nucleic acids and were able to
'feed' from the rich chemicals emitted from land based or hydrothermal vents.
[Five presumptions, not observable, measurable, scientific facts; the last statement is a pure, untestable hypothesis, not fact.]
Once the 'first-replicating' molecule was created from these purely random chemical reactions, subsequent developments were no longer based on chance.
[An untestable hypothesis, not observable, measurable scientific fact.]
Instead, the theory of evolution by natural selection came into effect. As we would expect,
[Expect? That's not a scientific fact, that's a presumption]
molecules that could replicate began to increase in numbers. And the more 'efficient' replicators,
[We just assume these existed, no observable, measurable facts.]
those that could compete for the available food and energy in a particular environment, began to flourish, dominate and leave the most descendants. The less efficient died out.
Yea, right. A lot of if's and maybe's. Science is based on measured observation, none of which the above
has included or referenced or stated...because no such factual data exists! How and why would a non-living molecule would self-replicate?
And if replication was so easy, why was food ever invented/evolved/required? Ditto for sexual reproduction?
Evolutions just say, "this all happened" but have no scientific (observable, measurable) data to back up
that claim. Nor can scientists explain the hows and whys. At best science simply says, "it seems like it happened this way."
Well, "seems like" is not science, nor proof. God created the universe and humans...it sure seems like it happened this way.
More Unexplained Data
If organisms could reproduce asexually initially, why would they evolve into requiring two male and female?
To say "diversity" or "prevent disease", etc., is not logical because evolution can resolve that issue and
create a better organism that can reproduce itself at will without requiring complex interactions that
require two organisms. Two-organism sexual reproduction doesn't make evolutionary sense--it's harder.
Being able to reproduce yourself would be advantageous to "survival of the fittest" and produce the most
offspring, more quickly, and have a greater chance of survival of that species.
Physiology - How did these develop and why do they still exist?
Just a random sample of physiological processes in the body. How did these come to exist? Why? In what order? Etc?
Science has no explanation other than, "just because"...well, that's not science that's a guess...and that's what evolution is.
Quick List of Physiological Traits:
- Blood, RBC, WBC
- Watery Eyes
- Nose Hair
- Ear Hair
- Underarm Hair
- Arm, top/bottom
- Palm, top of hand, arm
- Eyelid, lashes, inside eyelid
- Inside mouth, tongue
- And about 200 more!
Evolution is a GUESS, a theory, not fact, because no facts exist, just guesses--because it didn't happen that way!
God created the heavens and the earth--the universe--and even you!
God loves you and knows that you do wrong (you sin). So God sent His Son, Jesus Christ into the world,
to be a sacrifice FOR YOU. Now God sees you perfectly and Jesus has paid the price FOR YOU.
That's great news! Your salvation has been earned by Jesus--not by anything you can do! Time to celebrate!
The Bible is clear with God's Good News FOR YOU:
"For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God,
not a result of works, so that no one may boast. For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus
for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them." (Ephesians 2:8-10)
"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish
but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order
that the world might be saved through him. Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does
not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God." (John 3:16-18)