As the above image implies, there’s a mist that surrounds the concept of microevolution that conceals clarity on the matter. If you’re not a close follower of the theories that comprise Darwin’s theory of evolution, you are probably laboring under a misconception of what microevolution is. That misconception is furthered (it appears to me) by Darwinists seeking to bolster the evidence-lacking theory. To dispel the mists surrounding this often abused term, and shine the light on the truth, following are five myths or misconceptions, and the reality or the truth behind each one.
As I point out in an article titled “Games Evolutionists Play: The Name Game” part of the problem with demonstrating the falsity of Darwinism is that evolutionists keep changing the definition in an attempt to keep evolution from being falsified. So let’s start with a firm definition. Jonathan Wells, author of “Icons of Evolution” provides a firm definition of both micro-evolution and macro-evolution in the glossary of his book “The Myth of Junk DNA“: Continue Reading