How did wildlife cope with these drastic changes, and what impact did they have on ourselves? And ultimately, given the problems with unwelcome and invasive species on the continent through international trade, and an increasingly fickle climate, the future could bring all sorts of surprises.
Man, the caliber of the spokesman sure has gone down in the past several decades!
[ICR spokesman] Duane Gish has been fighting the teaching of evolution for much of that time.
Of course — in that time, we've discovered a million pieces of biological evidence, including genetics.
I think it is good to see their reasoning wrapped up in a slick propaganda video.
is a documentary created to engage our scientific community in order to encourage forward thinking.
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They explain their science from their point of view and do not share the arguments for evolution.
They explain how perfect and wonderful life is and that it could not come by chance.
It looks into scientific theories "scientifically". It examines the heavy weight theory of origins, the chemical and biological theory of evolution, and asks the extremely difficult questions in order to reveal undirected natural process for what it is – a hindrance to true science. The code that's in every cell, every piece of DNA and all living things.
Even though we've made many breakthrough discoveries in science there's still so much more to be discovered.
Another million pieces of astronomical evidence, indicating the age of the earth and the universe. [chuckles] Not a chance.) was a biochemist, but is best known as a creationist who regularly engaged in debates on the subject. Gish was once vice-president of the Institute for Creation Research.