Monday, May 14, 2007

Basic Assumptions

Posted by Teresa at 11:02 AM
By Gerald A. Kerkut, Ph.D

There are... seven basic assumptions that are often not
mentioned during discussions of Evolution...
These are as follows:

1. The first assumption is that non‑living
things gave rise to living material, i.e. spontaneous
generation occurred.
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2. The second assumption is that spontaneous
generation occurred only once. The other assumptions
all follow from the second one.

3. The third assumption is that viruses, bacteria,
plants and animals are all interrelated.

4.The fourth assumption is that the Protozoa gave
rise to the Metazoa.

5. The fifth assumption is that the various invertebrate
phyla are interrelated.

6. The sixth assumption is that the invertebrates gave
rise to the vertebrates.

7. The seventh assumption is that within the vertebrates
the fish gave rise to the amphibia, the amphibia to the reptiles,
and the reptiles to the birds and mammals.


Jason on 12:59 PM, May 15, 2007 said...

Interesting assumptions, considering that Louis Pasteur disproved Spontaneous Generation two centuries ago. If some people think that life can come from non-life, they need to re-read their college biology texts.


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