50,000 generations of E coli prove evolution wrong

Ignoring that evolution always misses steps to actually proving itself does not make it true. There is a reason that a person must first understand that there are no absolutes before they can understand evolution. The reality of believing there are no absolutes means truth becomes a huge grey area. And anyone can take an idea like evolution and make it look true without it actually being true.

The other problem associated with this, is that atheists like to make micro and macro evolution sound like the same thing. Or that micro to infinity proves macro. The problem with this logic is 2 fold.

  • If they are one in the same, why give them different names?
  • Claiming micro to infinity makes macro evolution leaves out one very important step. And that is to know if there are limitations to micro evolution that would keep it from equaling macro evolution. Because unless this can be tested and observed a huge assumption is being made that micro will = macro with no problems. That’s not science.

Assuming with no observation leaves a huge door open to be proven wrong.

Example: Light speed for years has been claimed to be a constant. The problem is that we live in a gravity environment, and light does not always travel under the influence of gravity as travels in space. So we don;t know if light changes speed when there is no gravity around. But recently science has been able to:

So all this means is that the speed of light is no longer constant. This puts into question every book, paper, theory etc…. That is based on the speed of light being constant. All of this is because some people wanted to make an assumption about light when they did not have all the facts. And because that assumption fits nicely with the theory of evolution and brings into question the Biblical creation. But now since all that’s in question the tide has turned and everything science has assumed on the speed of light being constant is now in question.

Some of what this puts into question are:

  • How far stars and planets are away from us.
  • How old stars or planets are because a light year no longer applies when the speed of light is no longer constant.
  • Theories based on this no longer valid.
  • All papers and books based on this no longer valid.

All because someone decided to assume. Now the question is: How long until science decides to admit to being wrong and correcting all this? From what has been witnessed with evolution and correcting mistakes there, I suspect it won;t be in our lifetime. 50 plus years is the norm for evolution.

Here we have a couple of videos on this experiment where the atheists tried to make it sound like this was the greatest achievement of proving evolution. Well E-coli remaining E-coli actually proves what we creationists have been claiming for a long time.

1) Changes have limitations.
2) Evolution to the point claimed (single cell to all that we see) is not observable and is a lie aka fallacy.

So watch the videos if you can stand their long winded attempt to make the failure sound like a success. So much effort in lying to only say: There is not God.

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The Information Packed into a Bird Egg, Part 4

The following Speaking of Science article by David Coppedge appeared in Creation Matters, Vol. 23, No. 5, May/June 2018.

There’s more in a bird’s egg than can be accounted for by the Reverse Humpty-Dumpty Hypothesis (i.e., Darwinism). 

New Bird of Paradise Species Has Smooth Dance Moves. 

Take a look at the photo in this National Geographic article.[7] Would you think it’s a space alien? This jet-black bird of paradise from West Papua New Guinea, with two bright blue eyes and open beak, sporting a glistening aqua neck pouch, is doing its mating dance. Whether it is really a new species or just a variety is a debate for taxonomists, but the embedded video will likely impress anyone.

7. Gibbons, S. (2018, April 18) New bird of paradise species has smooth dance moves. NationalGeographic.com. Retrieved May 10, 2018 from https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/04/new-species-birds-of-paradise-animals-spd/

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The Information Packed into a Bird Egg, Part 4

The following Speaking of Science article by David Coppedge appeared in Creation Matters, Vol. 23, No. 5, May/June 2018.

There’s more in a bird’s egg than can be accounted for by the Reverse Humpty-Dumpty Hypothesis (i.e., Darwinism).

New Bird of Paradise Species Has Smooth Dance Moves.

Take a look at the photo in this National Geographic article.[7] Would you think it’s a space alien? This jet-black bird of paradise from West Papua New Guinea, with two bright blue eyes and open beak, sporting a glistening aqua neck pouch, is doing its mating dance. Whether it is really a new species or just a variety is a debate for taxonomists, but the embedded video will likely impress anyone.

7. Gibbons, S. (2018, April 18) New bird of paradise species has smooth dance moves. NationalGeographic.com. Retrieved May 10, 2018 from news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/04/new-species-birds-of-paradise-animals-spd/

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In Part 3 of our series on Bethel Church we examine Bethel’s practice of what they call Sozo Prayer. This unbiblical practice has people looking into the “breadcrumbs” of their past, even leading some to think that in order to move forward in life that they need to forgive God! What is this practice all about and is this being guided by the Holy Spirit?

Pastor Joe Schimmel and host Chad Davidson continue to discuss the issues with Bethel Church and call attention to those things which need to be marked out and rebuked.

Below are the titles of each video in the series and their Premiere date:

Friday, June 26
Examining Bill Johnson's Bethel Church

Friday, July 3
The Bethel & Friends Contagion

Friday, July 10
Bethel's Sozo Obsession

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Happy 8th birthday to Munch the African spurred tortoise! 

At 80 poulds, he’s still got a lot of growing to do. He can live to be 80–100 years old and grow up to 250 pounds! African spurred tortoises like him are the third largest species of tortoise in the world, only surpassed by the Galapagos and Aldabra tortoises. 

Munch came from the nearby Kenton County Library, where he spent his early years participating in reading programs for children. Since he outgrew the library’s capabilities for housing him, the Ararat Ridge Zoo is now his forever home! ❤️

Happy 8th birthday to Munch the African spurred tortoise!

At 80 poulds, he’s still got a lot of growing to do. He can live to be 80–100 years old and grow up to 250 pounds! African spurred tortoises like him are the third largest species of tortoise in the world, only surpassed by the Galapagos and Aldabra tortoises.

Munch came from the nearby Kenton County Library, where he spent his early years participating in reading programs for children. Since he outgrew the library’s capabilities for housing him, the Ararat Ridge Zoo is now his forever home! ❤️
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But it is funny that they actually think that i would pay for it.

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But it is funny that they actually think that i would pay for it.
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She is also the mother of our quadruplets: Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego, and Danielle. Come see Manasseh and her kids in the petting area during your next visit to the Ark Encounter!

Happy 9th birthday to Manasseh the miniature LaMancha goat! 🎉

Manasseh is a rescue and was in really rough shape when she was adopted by the Ararat Ridge Zoo. She was incredibly thin and and her hooves were extremely overgrown. With lots of love and veterinary care, Manasseh was successfully rehabilitated and has become a staff favorite because of her sweet personality.

She is also the mother of our quadruplets: Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego, and Danielle. Come see Manasseh and her kids in the petting area during your next visit to the Ark Encounter!
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Episode #3 of Examining the Teachings at Bethel:

“Bethel’s SOZO Obsession”

Friday, July 10th @5PM

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“The Bethel and Friends Contagion”
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The Information Packed into a Bird Egg, Part 3

The following Speaking of Science article by David Coppedge appeared in Creation Matters, Vol. 23, No. 5, May/June 2018.

There’s more in a bird’s egg than can be accounted for by the Reverse Humpty-Dumpty Hypothesis (i.e., Darwinism). 

How birds can detect Earth’s magnetic field. 

Inside that egg was the potential to build navigation equipment that can use input from the magnetosphere. Scientists have been searching for years for the location of that sense. Researchers at Lund University believe they have found it in Cry4, a member of a group of proteins called cryptochromes (‘hidden colors’).[6] 

“The receptors that sense the Earth’s magnetic field are probably located in the birds’ eyes. Now, researchers at Lund University have studied different proteins in the eyes of zebra finches and discovered that one of them differs from the others: only the Cry4 protein maintains a constant level throughout the day and in different lighting conditions. 

Other cryptochromes vary according to the biological clock, but Cry4 does not. Although work remains to be done to see how Cry4 reads magnetic information and responds to it, this is another clue to a long-standing puzzle. The team believes that all animals may have this ability. Do humans? Whatever is determined, there is another potential use for it: “this knowledge may be of use when developing new navigation systems.”

[6] Lund Univ. (2018, April 6) How birds can detect Earth’s magnetic field. ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 10, 2018 from https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/04/180406091756.htm

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The Information Packed into a Bird Egg, Part 3

The following Speaking of Science article by David Coppedge appeared in Creation Matters, Vol. 23, No. 5, May/June 2018.

There’s more in a bird’s egg than can be accounted for by the Reverse Humpty-Dumpty Hypothesis (i.e., Darwinism).

How birds can detect Earth’s magnetic field.

Inside that egg was the potential to build navigation equipment that can use input from the magnetosphere. Scientists have been searching for years for the location of that sense. Researchers at Lund University believe they have found it in Cry4, a member of a group of proteins called cryptochromes (‘hidden colors’).[6]

“The receptors that sense the Earth’s magnetic field are probably located in the birds’ eyes. Now, researchers at Lund University have studied different proteins in the eyes of zebra finches and discovered that one of them differs from the others: only the Cry4 protein maintains a constant level throughout the day and in different lighting conditions.

Other cryptochromes vary according to the biological clock, but Cry4 does not. Although work remains to be done to see how Cry4 reads magnetic information and responds to it, this is another clue to a long-standing puzzle. The team believes that all animals may have this ability. Do humans? Whatever is determined, there is another potential use for it: “this knowledge may be of use when developing new navigation systems.”

[6] Lund Univ. (2018, April 6) How birds can detect Earth’s magnetic field. ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 10, 2018 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/04/180406091756.htm

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