majordinkydau Posted July 14, 2005 Report Share Posted July 14, 2005 I was walking along the Humbolt river near Winnimucca Nev. and spotted a beaver damn. It was clearly put together with care and very different from a log jam formed by flood. I look at an ear of modern corn and see it is much larger than wild corn. I live in Mendocino County Ca. and have seen hemp plants much different from the hemp growing wild along creeks in the midwest. Natural selection appears to always degrade while carful breeding leads to improvements to some level. Interbreeding tends to cause unhealthy mutations. Wild plants often tend to be hardier than domestic but their fruits are always smaller.I read in another thread about a tornado hitting a junk yard and creating a 747 as an example of the leap of faith needed to accept unaided evolution, but I would like to ask about a tornado hitting a forest and making a structure stable enough to live in for a prolonged time without much modification.When an anthropologist finds an arrowhead he know it was made by someone, not natural erosion.Can anyone show a repeatable example of nature producing order out of disorder. Everything I've seen so far shows a blueprint in DNA. Do you believe DNA evolved in a hostile environment by chance? Why can't we produce a simple form of DNA in a perfect lab experiment? Maybe Boeing should move their plant to tornado alley and save money. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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