‘And They Say We Believe in Silly Things’ (2016)

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Not quite 20 years ago, Science was agog with a new theory that explained why Homo erectus (Them) had a thicker skull than Homo sapiens (Us).

And They Say We Believe in Silly Things

If they were more hip to popular culture, they would’ve realized that cartoonists had beaten them to this theory by several decades. But read and enjoy the 2016 post (all you have to do is click it) to find out all about it.

You’d think that if blind Chance really did preside impotently over the development of life on earth, you’d find a lot of fossils of goofy animals that weren’t suited to survive. Snakes that can’t bend, legless rhinoceroses, birds with their heads on backwards, huge buky dinosaurs with dainty wings, a servant with two heads and a hand–isn’t that more Chance’s style?

One comment on “‘And They Say We Believe in Silly Things’ (2016)”

  1. At face value, the theory of evolution is totally stupid and imbecile. The highest intelligence mankind has found so far is the DNA molecule which no way in a million worlds was produced by chance. As R. J. Rushdoony used to say, evolution requires too many miracles for him to believe in it.

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