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Evidence that Demands a Verdict. Professor Christopher Ullman with thanks for the great presentations of Dr. Thomas J Kindell , Founder & President of Reasons for Faith Ministries, Inc. The Cell. The Cell. The Cell - DNA. The Cell – DNA & A single protein.

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evidence that demands a verdict

Evidence that Demands a Verdict

Professor Christopher Ullman with thanks for the great presentations of Dr. Thomas J Kindell,

Founder & President of Reasons for Faith Ministries, Inc.

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GROWTH STAGES OF A HONEY BEE

1. Queen lays egg in brood cell

2. Worker feeds hatched larva

3. Larva reaches full growth

4. Worker caps cell

5. Larva spins cocoon & becomes pupa

6. Adult bee leaves cell

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Pappus of Alexandria

Precision hexagon angles

Calculus – caps geometric perfection

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A HONEYBEE’S BRAIN COMPARED TO A SUPER COMPUTER

The human brain is millions of times more complex than a honeybee’s!

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Super Computer is huge,

slow, inefficient, costs lots

of money, must be maintained.

It had to be designed.

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THE DANCING BEE

THE ROUND DANCE

THE WAGGING DANCE

If food is nearby, the worker does a whirling dance in one direction, then another (left). If food is distant, she makes a double circle pattern, wagging on the straight run (right).

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The bee runs up on the vertical comb on the wagging part of the dance to tell other workers to fly toward the sun.

She runs down to tell them to fly away from the sun. The number of runs in a given time indicates the distance.

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The angle at which she runs on the wagging part of the dance gives the angle of the food source relative to the hive and the sun.

The drawings do not show that the scout is surrounded by workers who follow her movements with their antennae.

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WHO TAUGHT THE BEES?

QUEEN?

DRONE?

WORKER?

Blind, random, destructive mutations?

An All Wise Creator?

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A molecular biologist working on identifying genetic controls for diseases was interviewed by George Caylor of The Ledger, Lynchburg, Virginia. His article entitled, “The Biologist,” appeared on February 17, 2000.

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Darwin’s

Fatal Bee

Sting

Ouch!

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THE NATURAL SELECTION DECEPTION

Natural selection has no power to create new and better biological information. Rather, it is wholly at the mercy of random, destructive mutations to provide the necessary new information. Since random mutations cannot produce the needed results, natural selection is left helpless with nothing to select.

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shaft

barb

barbules

hooks

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“It is not easy to see how an impervious reptile scale could be converted gradually into an impervious feather without passing through a frayed scale intermediate which would be weak, easily deformed and still quite permeable to air. It is true that basically a feather is....a mass of keratin filaments - but the filaments are not a random tangle but are ordered in an amazingly complex way to achieve the tightly intertwined structure of the feather. Take away the exquisite coadaptation of the components,

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take away the coarrangement of the barbs on the shaft and all that is left is a soft pliable structure utterly unsuitable to form the basis of a stiff impervious aerofoil. The stiff impervious property of the feather which makes it so beautiful an adaptation for flight, depends basically on such a highly involved and unique system of coadapted components that it seems impossible that any transitional feather-like structure could possess even to a slight degree the crucial properties.”

Dr. Michael Denton, Evolution: A Theory in Crisis, p. 209

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“I remember well the time when the thought of the eye made me cold all over, but I have got over this stage of the complaint, and now small trifling particulars of structure often make me very uncomfortable. The sight of a feather in a peacock’s tail, whenever I gaze at it, makes me sick.”

The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin 296 (F. Darwin ed. 1887)

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SHOCK ABSORBER

SPECIALIZEDROBUST SKULL

UNIQUELY DURABLE BEAK

EXCEPTIONAL NECK MUSCLES

SPECIAL

FEET

UNUSUAL TAIL FEATHERS

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Up to

1000 G’s

of force occurring hundreds of times per minute!

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One prominent evolutionist on the editorial staff of a prestigious scientific magazine confided to the author after examining the [woodpecker’s] skull, “There are certain anatomical features which just cannot be explained by gradual mutations over millions of years. Just between you and me, I have to get God into the act too sometimes.”

Luther D. Sutherland, “Miraculous Design Features in Woodpeckers,” Creation Research Society Quarterly, 12:183, 1976

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BIRD MIGRATION:

A NAVIGATIONAL NIGHTMARE FOR EVOLUTION

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Black Poll Warbler

Waits for cold front

20,000 feet

High altitude cross wind

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RECOGNIZING DESIGN:

A DOUBLE STANDARD?

1. Which is more complex?

2. Which is more capable?

3. Which was designed and

which happened by chance?

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DARWIN’S CONFESSION

“If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed which could not possibly have been formed by numerous successive slight modifications, my theory would absolutely breakdown!”

Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species

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DARWIN’S CONFESSION CONCERNING INSTINCTS

Many instincts are so wonderful that their development will probably appear to the reader a difficulty sufficient to overthrow my whole theory.

Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species

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For ever since the creation of the world His invisible nature and attributes, that is, His eternal power and divinity have been made intelligible and clearly discernible in and through the things that have been made– His handiworks. So [men] are without excuse – altogether without any defense or justification.

Romans 1:20 Amplified