Science’s Rejection of Evolution

by Dennis Marks

To say that evolution is the easiest thing to prove is a statement beyond reason and a product of blind faith.

Many will say that “all major scientists support evolution.” The fact is there are many scientists who believe in the biblical account. Here is just a small sample:

  • Joseph Lister, antiseptic surgery;
  • Louis Pasteur, bacteriology;
  • Sir Isaac Newton, dynamics (discovered the laws of gravity, mathematics, co-discovered calculus);
  • Johann Kepler, celestial mechanics, physical astronomy;
  • Robert Boyle, chemistry;
  • Georges Cuvier, comparative anatomy, vertebrate paleontology;
  • Charles Babbage, computer science;
  • James Clerk Maxwell, electrodynamics, statistical thermodynamics;
  • Michael Faraday, electromagnetics, field theory;
  • Ambrose Fleming, electronics;
  • Lord William Kelvin, energetics, thermodynamics;
  • Henri Fabre, entomology;
  • George Stokes, fluid mechanics;
  • William Herschel, galactic astronomy;
  • Robert Boyle, gas dynamics;
  • Gregor Mendel, genetics;
  • Louis Agassiz, glacial geology, ichthyology;
  • James Simpson, gynecology;
  • Leonardo da Vinci, hydraulics;
  • Blaise Pascal, hydrostatics;
  • William Ramsay, isotopic chemistry;
  • Matthew Maury, oceanography;
  • David Brewster, optical mineralogy;
  • John Woodward, paleontology;
  • Rudolph Virchow, pathology;
  • James Joule, reversible thermodynamics;
  • Sir Francis Bacon, scientific method;
  • Nicholas Steno, stratigraphy;
  • Carolus Linnaeus, systematic biology; and
  • Humphrey Davy, thermokinetics.

John Grebe, director of basic and nuclear research for Dow Chemical Co., offered $1,000 to anyone who could produce just one clear proof of evolution. Holder of more than 100 patents, Dr. Grebe developed Styrofoam, synthetic rubber and Saran Wrap.

Sir Ernest Chain, co-holder of the 1945 Nobel Prize for developing penicillin, stated bluntly: “To postulate that the development and survival of the fittest is entirely a consequence of chance mutations seems to me a hypothesis based on no evidence and irreconcilable with the facts. These classical evolutionary theories are a gross over-simplification of an immensely complex and intricate mass of facts, and it amazes me that they are swallowed so uncritically and readily, and for such a long time, by so many scientists without a murmur of protest.”

P. Lemoine, president of the Geological Society of France, editor of the Encyclopedie Francaise and director of the Natural History Museum in Paris, concluded:

“The theories of evolution, with which our studious youth have been deceived, constitute actually a dogma that all the world continues to teach: but each, in his specialty, the zoologist or the botanist, ascertains that none of the explanations furnished is adequate. ... It results from the summary, that the theory of evolution, is impossible.”

Dr. Wernher von Braun, father of America's space program, in a Sept. 14, 1972, letter to the California Board of Education, said, “For me, the idea of a creation is not conceivable without invoking the necessity of design. One cannot be exposed to the law and order of the universe without concluding that there must be design and purpose behind it all. In the world around us, we can behold the obvious manifestations of an ordered, structured plan or design. We can see the will of the species to live and propagate. And we are humbled by the powerful forces at work on a galactic scale, and the purposeful orderliness of nature that endows a tiny and ungainly seed with the ability to develop into a beautiful flower. The better we understand the intricacies of the universe and all it harbors, the more reason we have found to marvel at the inherent design upon which it is based.”

He also wrote: “There are those who argue that the universe evolved out of a random process, but what random process could produce the brain of man or the system of the human eye? ... To be forced to believe one conclusion - that everything in the universe happened by chance - would violate the very objectivity of science itself.”

Raymond Damadian, the inventor of the medical diagnostic device known as the MRI, joined the California Creation Research Institute's Technical Advisory Board.

Newsweek magazine, in a 1998 cover story entitled “Science Finds God,” noted: “According to a study released last year, 40 percent of American scientists believe in a personal God - not merely an ineffable power and presence in the world, but a deity to whom they can pray.”

In 1959, Dr. T.N. Tahmisian, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, was even blunter: “Scientists who go about teaching that evolution is a fact of life are great con-men, and the story they are telling may be the greatest hoax ever. In explaining evolution, we do not have one iota of fact.”

We could go on and on, but I think the point is made. Darwinian evolution is not science; it is the only tax-supported religion in the USA.

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