Nothing Created Everything (book)

From Iron Chariots Wiki
Revision as of 14:36, 25 March 2010 by Jwissick (Talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search

Nothing Created Everything: The Scientific Impossibility of Atheistic Evolution is a book authored by Ray Comfort in 2009.

Chapter 1 (Verbal Magic)

1) Ray implies that the only evidence for evolution is a 'ugly-looking stuffed monkey' that he saw in the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle in Paris. His use of the word monkey deliberately misleads the reader to think this thing looks like a monkey, when it reality it is a representation of what Australopithecus may have looked like. It clearly has more human features than monkey and fewer monkey features than a human. You can see a photo of this representation for yourself on the museum's web site under pre-history [1].

2) Probably a mistake, but Ray misstates the date of Neil Turok chair appointment by 30 years... Unless he actually believes that Turok was appointed Chair of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge at 9 years of age.

3) Ray takes Turok's statements out of context and twists his encouragement to investigate the origin of the universe into a 'disproof' of evolution. This is blatantly dishonest and something he does in virtually every book he 'writes'.

4) Ray offers his (incorrect) opinion as fact that Archaeopteryx is a not a dinosaur / bird transitional but just a bird. This is in direct contradiction to the views of the entire paleontological community. Archaeopteryx clearly has more dinosaur features that are not in birds as opposed to bird features that are not in dinosaurs. This clearly makes it a transitional fossil, yet he tries to twist and turn it into a bird that has no bill, and has teeth....

5) Ray factiously attempts to compare the eye's evolution to the 'evolution' of the 747 from a single engine private plane. This is a fallacious comparison. This is not even in the apples to oranges type, but more akin to comparing a pinecone to a dolphin.

Personal tools
wiki navigation