quote:Originally posted by mackisfor420:
I got this off a christian webpage....According to evolutionists, Stone Age man existed for 100,000 years before beginning to make written records about 4,000-5,000 years ago. Prehistoric man built megalithic monuments, made beautiful cave paintings, and kept records of lunar phases.(23) Why would he wait a thousand centuries before using the same skills to record history? The biblical time-scale is much more likely.(22)stian website...The point is that the maximum possible ages are always much less that the required evolutionary ages, while the biblical age (6,000-10,000 years) always fits comfortably within the maximum possible ages. Thus the following items are evidence against the evolutionary time-scale and for the biblical time-scale.
I thought you were asking a legitimate question concerning legitimate science. SORRY. your question is about evolution vs creation. A NOBLE DEBATE NO DOUBT, but totally unrelated to an news regarding Adam or Eve.
Now, if you really want to discuss evolution, lets talk about the NEWS http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/news/061201_quietcrickets
"Attack of the flesh-eating parasitoid maggots!! Mutant mute crickets run rampant in tropical paradise!!"
The "flesh-eating parasitoid maggots" are the offspring of the fly, Ormia ochracea, which invaded Hawaii from North America, and the mutant crickets are the flies' would-be victims. The flies follow the chirps of a calling cricket and then deposit a smattering of wriggling maggots onto the cricket's back. The maggots burrow into the cricket, and emerge, much fatter, a week later — killing the cricket in the process. But this fall, biologists Marlene Zuk, John Rotenberry, and Robin Tinghitella announced a breakdown in business-as-usual in this gruesome interaction: in just a few years, the crickets of Kauai have evolved a strategy to avoid becoming a maggot's lunch — but the strategy comes at a cost...
This which came first question actually has a definitive answer. THE MAGGOTS...the quiet cricket was an evolutionary adaptation.