Ask yourself if you believe in evolution, would you expect to find changed or unchanged fossils (one billion years old) that lived in a time with vastly different conditions than today? The discovery of planktonic cells called “tintinnids” look like the ones being observed today! It verifies a biblical premises (variants within a kind). But the story gets even better, evolutionists like to create stories about the unobserved past. This latest one by Michael Marshall, is quite a doozy.
His story which is found in New Scientist goes like this…
“Once upon a time, 3 billion years ago, there lived a single organism called LUCA. It was enormous: a mega-organism like none seen since, it filled the planet’s oceans before splitting into three and giving birth to the ancestors of all living things on Earth today. This strange picture is emerging from efforts to pin down the last universal common ancestor – not the first life that emerged on Earth but the life form that gave rise to all others.”
“The latest results suggest LUCA was the result of early life’s fight to survive, attempts at which turned the ocean into a global genetic swap shop for hundreds of millions of years. Cells struggling to survive on their own exchanged useful parts with each other without competition – effectively creating a global mega-organism.”
In this story LUCA develops organelles without DNA which is quite a remarkable feat, wouldn’t you say? If this was true, manufactures wouldn’t need to build parts, just swap them from mysterious already existing parts which somehow were created into existence. Then we are told that LUCA divides herself into archaea, bacteria and eukarya which then eventually evolved into more complex animals. All the way to humans over time.
How did life begin? This is a question that has been researched by evolutionists for the past 150 years and they are nowhere close to finding an answer and you can see that from Michael Marchall’s tale, but stories like these are not for discovery parts of reality that expands knowledge but something for science fiction writers and some well-educated people who are not taking a logical approach to the story.
“It’s a plausible idea,” agrees Eric Alm of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. But he says he “honestly can’t tell” if it is true.”
Really? How would that be plausible, yet you have no idea that it is true? Alright we know evolution doesn’t have all the answers even the basic ones…“We don’t know why this happened, but it appears to have coincided with the appearance of oxygen in the atmosphere, around 2.9 billion years ago.”
Yea we know, stuff happens, right Michael Marshall? One requires more faith in evolution than in the Bible. Also, the more complexity researchers discover where they deem it to be very old in this case one billion years is something that makes it harder to explain and eventually falsifies evolution not verifies it. Ask yourself, would you expect to find changed or unchanged fossils (one billion years old) that lived in a time under vastly different conditions than today?