By evolution. I do not mean changes within species. Long before Charles Darwin published his On the Origin of Species, dog, horse, and cattle breeders1 knew about the positive and negative effects of acquired traits in selective breeding.
By evolution, I mean something-from-nothing, molecule-to-man evolution. If a scientist can’t demonstrate something-from-nothing evolution, then the entire theory is scientifically suspect. Small changes in species over time does not help the molecule-to-man hypothesis.
It seems that every time someone discovers an unusual biological trait in an animal or human, the immediate claim is that “evolution” had something to do with it. Evolution can’t do anything. Only some “thing” can do something.
The latest example of the claim that evolution is involved in the unguided process of what we are as humans today is in an article on what our eyes see and the brain color-corrects.
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The author of “This Picture Has No Red Pixels — So Why Do the Strawberries Still Look Red?“ states without offering any empirical evidence that “our brains have evolved to color correct.” Why or how our brains could do this is never explained. It’s simply stated as a fact. The mechanism to color correct had to be present in the brain. In fact, a person needed a brain and mind to do the coloring correcting. So, we’re back to square one. Evolutionists rarely want to discuss the true origins of us and the entire created (they will say evolved) world…