Evolution

Originally published on 24th November 1859 by Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life is the basis for which Evolutionary biology contend that physical evolutionary processes produced diversity of life on Earth starting from a single common ancestor. However, while Darwin’s work supports adaptation; the incremental environmental responses that take place within a kind, the bulk of his opus remains conjecture. Indeed Darwin states that “it is admitted by most evolutionists that mammals are descended from a marsupial form; and if so, the mammary glands will have been at first developed within the marsupial sack. In the case of the fish (Hippocampus) the eggs are hatched, and the young are reared for a time, within a sack of this nature and… that they are nourished by a secretion from the cutaneous glands of the sack.” Therefore, what is being proposed is largely an infinite regression that over a vast expanse of time converges into one progenitor that to winks out of existence leaving the ‘nothing’ from which materialists ‘something’ will come. This change from one kind to another is the crucial element that cannot be proven using scientific methodology. Yet common sense alone informs one that a myriad of objects can issue forth from a small repository under the hand of a creative design.
Only delivered as fact within the last 3 decades, it is remarkable just how far vocal ‘nationalists’ will allow Jewish Zio-Marxists to go with their pseudo-scientific claims without proven scientific methodology to secure their case. After all was it not these ‘scientists’ who condemn German science of the WWII period as pseudo-science in the same breath as informing the mass that they were 15 if not 30 years more advanced than the so called ‘allies’.

Quotes

In one of the only direct references to evolution by Hitler that can be found, he wrote –“nothing indicates that development within a species has occurred of a considerable leap of the sort that man would have to have made to transform him from an apelike condition to his present state.”

 

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