Are You A ‘Darwinist’?

30 Mar

 

Do you believe in ‘Darwin Theory’?

                       Darwin theory attempts to explain the origin of life. But it fails in every step. The first step of creating the precursors of life from non-living chemicals has not been experimentally replicated.

 

Stage One:

        From inorganic to organic – from the gases which presumably surrounded earth to the simplest amino acids, containing about ten atoms, which are the most basic of the biochemical universals. Experimentally, Stanley Miller in the United States showed in 1953 that by passing an electric discharge through appropriate gases, surprisingly large amounts of amino acids were formed. The experiments are acknowledged as a major breakthrough in understanding how life got underway. Since then other essential chemicals have been synthesized.

         However until today five of the twenty amino acids common to all living beings have resisted human attempts to create them artificially.

 A Russian biochemist by the name of Alexsandr Oparin (1894-1980) [1] first proposed in 1924 a model of the atmosphere of the primitive earth free of oxygen (oxygen literally eats up any primitive organic chemicals such as amino acids) containing hydrogen, methane, ammonia and water. Life on earth is shielded from certain death due to ultraviolet cosmic rays by the ozone layer, which blankets the earth between fifteen and thirty miles above the surface.

         Without oxygen in the atmosphere of the primitive, there would have been no ozone layer and the first living organisms have been wiped out by cosmic layers, and with oxygen present, the first amino acid could have not been produced.

 Imaginative and elaborate solutions have been written to solve this riddle. But for every suggestion, there is an insurmountable objection.

 

Stage Two:

      Assuming that there was (around 4 million years ago) a sea with a 10% solution of amino acids, sugars, phosphates, and so on, two major steps have to take place simultaneously. Amino acids must link together to form proteins and other chemicals must join up to make nucleic acids, including the vital DNA.

   Proteins depend on DNA for their formation and DNA cannot form without pre-existing protein. Nor is it relatively easy chemistry. Proteins are highly complex molecules. Where an amino acid typically has ten atoms, a protein may have thousands.

 

Stage Three:

      The formation of the nucleus.

 

Stage Four:

      The formation of the cell wall. [2]

 

Hmm… man came from monkeys.

See monkeys do not bother about us. THEN WHY DO WE BOTHER ABOUT THEM?

 

‘Survival of the fittest’, then why do monkeys exists now?

They all must have become humans now!!

 

But from ‘Survival of the fittest’ what he intented to say is, ‘White people are the highest race. The rest of the world should follow them!!’

   Think a little, you will realize this is ALL WRONG…

 

How can all these things around us be created by it’s own??

     If you say “This came from this and that came from that”, we have infinite number of things around us.

     Gradual self creation of infinite number of things must have taken place in infinite time..

       Infinite time indicates these things can never be created..meaning..the world can never be created..

 

Think my dear readers,

 

All these things cannot be created by itself.

A monkey gives birth to a monkey, that monkey will inturn give birth to a monkey only. Have you seen a monkey giving birth to a human?

 

Have anyone seen a monkey transforming to a human in it’s life?

 

Don’t cheat yourself by believing Darwinism.

Think, use the excellent brain which ‘God’ has given you.

 

 Stop0Think!!

 

[1] Oparin’s definitive work was The Origin Of Life 3rd Rev. Ed. 1957.

 [2] Adapted from the ‘Da’wah Training Course’ by Dr.Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips.

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