The Bacteria Evidence
The intended purpose of many biological laboratories set up during recent decades is to generate and/or detect speciation. With modern technology, science has the ability to observe multi-generational events of small organisms like bacteria. They reproduce rapidly, creating a new generation in as little as a few hours. The results showed that after tens-of-thousands (45,000) of generations, the bacteria were still bacteria. To put this in perspective, consider that molecular evolutionists suggested (as of 2012) that man evolved from an ape-like creature some 60,000 years ago in Africa. If we take 60,000 years divided by 30 years—an approximate human generation—we end up with 2000 generations. That spurious claim supposes that ‘Homo sapiens’ ‘evolved’ from a near ape-like creature after only 2,000 generations, yet after 45,000 generations, simple bacterium is still simple bacterium. Advanced human beings evolved from an ape-like creature into the marvelous beings we are today, in just 2,000 generations? Where is the logic in this ‘modern’ science assumption? You can find more details on the subject of speciation in Chapter 12, the Evolution Pseudotheory.