Charles Darwin 's Theory Of Evolution Essay

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Once said by Charles Darwin, “A moral being is one who is capable of reflecting on his past actions and their motives- of approving of some and disapproving of others” With that said, his theory of evolution is flawed and being a moral being disapproving of the actions of his theory is something that we as a society can do. There are four points in his theory that is flawed. The first is the failure of molecular biology to provide evidence for a grand “tree of life. The second flaw is the failure of chemistry to explain the origin of the genetic code. The third flaw is the use of embryology to support evolution. Lastly, evolution could never happen at all according to the laws of thermodynamics. With all the information to be presented, let’s begin. Starting with the tree of life or also known as, everything is connected to one common ancestor. The correction is that it is an assumption done through interpreting data, not a conclusion. Keeping in mind that it is called Darwin’s theory of evolution, not Darwin’s Law of evolution, therefore it can be disproven. According to Casey Luskin, a graduate of the University of California with a master’s degree in earth science and a research coordinator at Discovery Institute from 2011-2015 says, “If common descent is leading to so many bad predictions, why not consider the possibility that biological similarity is instead the result of common design? “ Thus suggesting that we are just redesigned instead of evolved from a common…

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