QUOTATIONS FROM SCIENTISTS  PART 2
"A growing number of respectable scientists are defecting from the evolutionist camp...moreover, for the most part these 'experts' have abandoned Darwinism, not on the basis of religious faith or biblical persuasions, but on scientific grounds, and in some instances, regretfully." (Wolfgang Smith, Ph.D., physicist and mathematician)
"As yet we have not been able to track the phylogenetic history of a single group of modern plants from its beginning to the present." (Chester A. Arnold, Professor of Botany and Curator of Fossil Plants, University of Michigan, An Introduction to Paleobotany (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1947, page 7)
"The more scientists have searched for the transitional forms that lie between species, the more they have been frustrated." (John Adler with John Carey: Is Man a Subtle Accident, Newsweek, vol.96, No.18 (November 3, 1980, page 95)
"...most people assume that fossils provide a very important part of the general argument in favour of Darwinian interpretations of the history of life. Unfortunately, this is not strictly true." (Dr. David Raup, Curator of geology, Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago)
"Despite the bright promise that palaeontology provides means of 'seeing' Evolution, it has provided some nasty difficulties for evolutionists, the most notorious of which is the presence of 'gaps' in the fossil record. Evolution requires intermediate forms between species and palaeontology does not provide them." (David Kitts, Ph.D., Palaeontology and Evolutionary Theory, Evolution, vol.28 (September 1974) page 467)
"Hundreds of scientists who once taught their univeristy students that the bottom line on origins had been figured out and settled are today confessing that they were completely wrong. They've discovered that their previous conclusions, once held so fervently, were based on very fragile evidences and suppositions which have since been refuted by new discoveries. This has necessitated a change in their basic philisophical position on origins. Others are admitting great weaknesses in evolution theory." (Luther D. Sutherland, Darwin's Enigma: Fossils and Other Problems, 4th edition (Santee, California: Master Books, 1988) pages 7-8)
"The fact that a theory so vague, so insufficiently verifiable, and so far from the criteria otherwise applied in 'hard' science has become a dogma can only be explained on sociological grounds." (Ludwig von Bertalanffy, biologist)
"Micromutations do occur, but the theory that these alone can account for evolutionary change is either falsified, or else it is an unfalsifiable, hence metaphysical theory. I suppose that nobody will deny that it is a great misfortune if an entire branch of science becomes addicted to a false theory. But this is what has happened in biology....I believe that one day the Darwinian myth will be ranked the greatest deceit in the history of science. When this happens many people will pose the question: How did this ever happen?" (S. Lovtrup, Darwinism: The Refutation of a Myth (London: Croom Helm, page 422)
"If one allows the unquestionably largest experimenter to speak, namely nature, one gets a clear and incontrovertible answer to the question about the significance of mutations for the formation of species and evolution. They disappear under the competitive conditions of natural selection, as soap bubbles burst in a breeze." (Evolutionist Herbert Nilson, Synthetische Artbildung (Lund, Sweden:Verlag CWK Gleerup Press, 1953, page 174)
"In all the thousands of fly-breeding experiments carried out all over the world for more than fifty years, a distinct new species has never been seen to emerge....or even a new enzyme." (Gordon Taylor, The Great Evolution Mystery (New York: Harper and Row, 1983, pages 34,38)
"The uniform, continuous transformation of Hyracotherium into Equus, so dear to the hearts of generations of textbook writers, never happened in nature." (George Simpson, palaeontologist and evolutionist)
FOSSILS
"As is well known, most fossil species appear instantaneously in the fossil record." (Tom Kemp, Oxford University)
"The fossil record pertaining to man is still so sparsely known that those who insist on positive declarations can do nothing more than jump from one hazardous surmise to another and hope that the next dramatic discovery does not make them utter fools....Clearly some refuse to learn from this. As we have seen, there are numerous scientists and popularizers today who have the temerity to tell us that there is 'no doubt' how man originated: if only they had the evidence....." (William R. Fix, The Bone Pedlars, New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1984, page 150)
"The curious thing is that there is a consistency about the fossil gaps; the fossils are missing in all the important places." (Francis Hitching, archaeologist)
"The intelligent layman has long suspected circular reasoning in the use of rocks to date fossils and fossils to date rocks. The geologist has never bothered to think of a good reply." (J. O'Rourke in the American Journal of Science)
"In most people's minds, fossils and Evolution go hand in hand. In reality, fossils are a great embarrassment to Evolutionary theory and offer strong support for the concept of Creation. If Evolution were true, we should find literally millions of fossils that show how one kind of life slowly and gradually changed to another kind of life. But missing links are the trade secret, in a sense, of palaeontology. The point is, the links are still missing. What we really find are gaps that sharpen up the boundaries between kinds. It's those gaps which provide us with the evidence of Creation of separate kinds. As a matter of fact, there are gaps between each of the major kinds of plants and animals Transition forms are missing by the millions. What we do find are separate and complex kinds, pointing to Creation." (Dr. Gary Parker, biologist/palaeontologist and former ardent evolutionist)
"Evolution requires intermediate forms between species and palaeontology does not provide them." (David Kitts, palaeontologist and evolutionist)
"...I still think that, to the unprejudiced, the fossil record of plants is in favour of special creation. Can you imagine how an orchid, a duckweed and a palm tree have come from the same ancestry, and have we any evidence for this assumption? The evolutionist must be prepared with an answer, but I think that most would break down before an inquisition." (Dr. Eldred Corner, Professor of Botany at Cambridge University, England: Evolution in Contemporary Botanical Thought (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1961, page 97)
"Fossils are a great embarrassment to Evolutionary theory and offer strong support for the concept of Creation." (Gary Parker, Ph.D., biologist/palaeontologist and former evolutionist)
"So firmly does the modern geologist believe in evolution up from simple organisms to complex ones over huge time spans, that he is perfectly willing to use the theory of evolution to prove the theory of evolution [page 128] ...one is applying the theory of evolution to prove the correctness of evolution. For we are assuming that the oldest formations contain only the most primitive and least complex organisms, which is the base assumption of Darwinism...[page 127] If we now assume that only simple organisms will occur in old formations, we are assuming the basic premise of Darwinism to be correct. To use, therefore, for dating purposes, the assumption that only simple organisms will be present in old formations is to thoroughly beg the whole question. It is arguing in a circle." [page 128] (Arthur E. Wilder-Smith, Man's Origin, Man's destiny: Harold Shaw Publishers, 1968, pages 127-128)
"It cannot be denied that from a strictly philosophical standpoint, geologists are here arguing in a circle. The succession of organisms has been determined by the study of their remains imbedded in the rocks, and the relative ages of the rocks are determined by the remains of the organisms they contain." (R. H. Rastall, Lecturer in Economic Geology, Cambridge University: Encyclopedia Britannica, vol. 10 (Chicago: William Benton, Publisher, 1956, page 168)

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