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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 15, 2002 15:33:57 UTC

These should be easy. We have already gone over some. Here is the link:

1.Where are the billions of transitional fossils that should be there if evolution is true?

2. If astronomers received an intelligent radio signal from a distant galaxy, most people would conclude that it came from an intelligent source. Why, then, doesn’t the vast information (1,000 books of 500 pages each of coded information) stored in just one human cell imply an intelligent source?

3. How could organs as complicated as the eye or the ear or the brain of even a tiny bird ever come about by spontaneous generation when all elements are needed at the same time in order to function.

4. If the solar system evolved, why do three planets spin backwards? Why do at least 6 moons revolve backwards?

5. How did the first cell begin? How did the first cell survive? Since it was the first and only living thing, what did it feed upon? How could it not only survive for millions of years on nothing, but even grow and reproduce. How did sexual reproduction evolve?

7. Since there was no living matter before that first cell --- where did the soil come from.

The rock at the surface of the earth was broken down into gravel and sand by the action of waves, wind, gravitational shock (i.e., falling and breaking), and by alternating heat and cold, which would fragment the rock by expansion and contraction. However, nothing can grow in pure gravel and sand. Soil is composed of decayed vegetation. Where did the soil come from for the first living cell of vegetation to grow in.

8. Since many plants are almost totally dependent upon insects for pollination and reproduction, how did such plants survive for thousands, millions, or billions of years until insects finally evolved and got here? In order words, explain how you account for the intricate design mechanism of biological pollination.

9. Just before life appeared, did the atmosphere have oxygen or did it not have oxygen? If yes, where did it come from?

12. Which came first, DNA or the proteins needed by DNA --- which can only be produced by DNA? --- Seems to me, the only Scientific answer is that it all had to be Created at the same time! Please explain.

I did not make up these questions, although I agree with them mostly. KC2GWX 73's

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