Humanity is the focus of liberal evolutionary scientists as being the enemy of the survival of the earth. While viewing microbes as the only adaptable animal that will survive. Some scientists even suggested humans are interfering with the unthinking process of evolution. Alvin Powell wrote an article about this very topic in Havard’s University newspaper…
“Human degradation of the environment has the potential to stall an ongoing process of planetary evolution, and even rewind the evolutionary clock to leave the planet habitable only by the bacteria that dominated billions of years of Earth’s history, Harvard geochemist Charles Langmuir said.”
Evolution has always been viewed as mostly a positive progression driven process which is known as; survival of the fittest. But one asks; Then why is humanity, the much higher life form over all other earthly life forms on course towards extinction but bacteria is not, according to some scientists?
“The implication is that animal and plant life is more vulnerable than microbial life to environmental variations, and that it therefore carries a higher risk of annihilation (i.e., is “less fit” to survive the changes).
“But if microbes are so good at surviving, and if increased survivability is what drives evolution, then why did life evolve upwards from microbes? If the main driving force behind Darwinian evolution—fitness—is removed from the equation, then what remains to drive it?” –ICR
I believe the main implication of suggesting an elimination of mankind is trying to scare people into believing a certain bias (in this case man-made global warming), which some scientists are receiving a lot of government funding. In the process have undermined their hypothesis of evolution.
One evolutionist proponent cheerfully (well maybe more of an angry or prideful tone) describes how microbial life can survive in extreme temperatures. While this is true, it’s also a well know fact that bacteria are the undisputed champs overall when it comes to survival.
Bacteria has high level of complexity such as specialized components and mechanisms. Bacteria is also very efficient with it’s complexity. All these things give the one-cell animal an advantage over other animals with millions or billions of cells. Yet, humans who don’t have the adaptability to survive in extreme environments as bacteria has, yet mankind are considered the most highly evolved species of them all!
It would seem from what we currently know about bacteria, they are better suited for survival than humans are and a lot other species as well. So the question remains, if evolution is driven by survival of the fittest, why evolve upwards to create a life form not a suitable for surviving as the highly specified complex forms of one-cell animals are?
I believe as science progresses, and studying a wide range of animals like bacteria and obtaining more knowledge of it’s specified complexity. This in turn without question, destroys the notion of survival of the fittest. It’s observations confirm the most important aspect of them all, and that is…God!