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Grand Canyon- 36 James Hutton 60 Charles Lyell 69 Geologic column 77 Index fossils- 111 Polystrata trees 136 Darwin 183 Variations 218 Moon-green cheese 254 Mutations 259 Natural Selection 270 Gill Slits 316 Vestigial 417 Slide 2 .... Slide 3 CREATION SCIENCE EVANGELISM Seminar Part 4b: Lies in the Textbooks? Session 7 of 14 A Creation Seminar by Dr. Kent Hovind c/o 29 Cummings Road Pensacola, Florida 32503 850-479-3466 www.drdino.com EVANGELISMO CIENCIA DE LA CREACIN Seminario Parte 4b: Mentiras en los libros textos Seccin 7 de 14 Seminario de creacin por el Dr. Kent Hovind c/o 29 Cummings Road Pensacola, Florida 32503 850-479-3466 www.drdino.com Slide 4 Slide 5 There is no scientific evidence to support the evolution theory except known lies. Si realmente existen evidencias por favor muestremelo pero no mienta estudiantes hacen de ellos creer una teora! All no hay evidencias cientificas que apoyen la teora de la evolucin excepto mentir sabiendo. If real evidence exists please show me but dont lie to students to make them believe a theory! Slide 6 Suppose I had a theory that the moon is made of green cheese. NASA proved it when they went there in 1973 on a secret mission! Imaginate que tuve una teora que la luna esta hecha de queso verde. La NASA demostr esto cuando fueron all en 1973 en una misin secreta! Slide 7 Obviously I can have any theory that I want but it is wrong to lie about my evidence just to get people to believe me. Esto es peor para mi que usar los impuestos del dolar hacer algun pago para apoyarme como mentiroso! Obviamente yo puedo tener la teora que yo quiero pero es erroneo mentir acerca de mi evidencia pero recin obtengo personas que me crean. It is worse for me to use tax dollars to make everyone pay to support me as I lie! Slide 8 *** Evidence from fossils (Heath Biol 1991 index ) Heath Biology 1991 Table of Contents Slide 9 Evolution is dead. Some followers are having a hard time letting it go. They even lie to make you think all is fine. Evolution is dead. Some followers are having a hard time letting it go. They even lie to make you think all is fine. La Evolucin est muerta. Algunos seguidores estan teniendo un tiempo difcil. Ellos siempre mienten y hacen que tu pienses que todo esta bien La Evolucin est muerta. Algunos seguidores estan teniendo un tiempo difcil. Ellos siempre mienten y hacen que tu pienses que todo esta bien Slide 10 El nunca se vi tan bien! Pulse and heart rate look good! He never looked better! Pulso y ritmo del corazn se v bien! Slide 11 1. mutations make something new and 2. natural selection makes it survive and take over the population. Evolution is a religion of death not life. 1. mutations make something new and 2. natural selection makes it survive and take over the population. Evolution is a religion of death not life. Evolution is based on two faulty assumptions: La Evolucin esta basada sobre dos supuestas faltas: 1. mutacin hace algunas cosas nuevas y 2. seleccin natural esto hace sobrevivir la poblacin. La Evolucin es una religin de muerte y no de vida. 1. mutacin hace algunas cosas nuevas y 2. seleccin natural esto hace sobrevivir la poblacin. La Evolucin es una religin de muerte y no de vida. Slide 12 Did man bring death into the world? Did death bring man into the world? El hombre trajo muerte al mundo? La muerte trajo al hombre al mundo? Slide 13 Heath Biology 1991 p. 221 Slide 14 do not produce any kind of evolution. Pierre-Paul Grasse, Evolution of Living Organisms 1977, p. 88 They rearrange existing information but do not increase genetic complexity. do not produce any kind of evolution. Pierre-Paul Grasse, Evolution of Living Organisms 1977, p. 88 They rearrange existing information but do not increase genetic complexity. do not produce any kind of evolution. Pierre-Paul Grasse, Evolution of Living Organisms 1977, p. 88 They rearrange existing information but do not increase genetic complexity. do not produce any kind of evolution. Pierre-Paul Grasse, Evolution of Living Organisms 1977, p. 88 They rearrange existing information but do not increase genetic complexity. Slide 15 *** Cow with extra leg Christian school in Ft. Walton 850-678- 7712 Brother Ray Allen A five legged bull No new information added Como cinco toros piernas largas No agregan nueva information Slide 16 *** Mutated sheep ( ch 21 textbook ? ) Allyn and Bacon Biology 1977 p. 364 No new information added, only a loss of information No agregan nueva informacin solo informacin perdida Slide 17 Two headed turtle Mutant but not Ninja! Mutante pero no Ninja! Slide 18 double-necked turtle neck sweater (artwork) Sorry, Double-neck Turtle-neck sweaters Out of Stock Lo siento, sweaters Doble-cuello cuello de Tortuga Agotados Slide 19 From the letters in the word Christmas you can get: has, mat, Sam, Christ, ram, sat, hit, etc. but you cannot get: Xerox, Zebra or Queen! De las letras en la palabra Navidad tu puedes formar: nada, vida, Ivan, Dana, nadad, dada, vid, etc. pero no puedes formar : bueno, perro o Queso! Slide 20 1996, p. 324 Por qu ellas no entregan un ejemplo de mutacin benefica? Why dont they give an example of a beneficial mutation ? Slide 21 One professor I debated said he could prove a beneficial mutation because people who have sickle-cell anemia are less likely to get malaria! 2000, P. 320 Debat a un profesor que deca que el podra proveer una mutacin benefica a personas que tienen anemia ya que son menos probable a adquirir malaria! Slide 22 chapter 9 Holt Biology Natural selection causes evolution (pages are cut out and in suitcase) Holt Biology 1994 p. 176 Slide 23 next page textbook shot Holt Biology 1994 p.186 ? Slide 24 Creationists have no argument with natural selection, we thought of it first. It is only a conservative process that removes defective organisms and keeps the species strong. (Edward Blyth, 24 years before Darwin) Creationists have no argument with natural selection, we thought of it first. It is only a conservative process that removes defective organisms and keeps the species strong. (Edward Blyth, 24 years before Darwin) Creationistas no tienen argumento con la seleccin natural, nosotros pensamos en la primera. Esto es solo un proceso conservativo que quita organismos defectuosos y mantiene las especies fuertes. (Edward Blyth, 24 years before Darwin) Creationistas no tienen argumento con la seleccin natural, nosotros pensamos en la primera. Esto es solo un proceso conservativo que quita organismos defectuosos y mantiene las especies fuertes. (Edward Blyth, 24 years before Darwin) Slide 25 Natural selection may have a stabilizing effect, but it does not promote speciation. It is not a creative force as many people have suggested. Daniel Brooks A downward Slope to Greater Diversity, Science, Vol. 217, 24 September 1982, p. 1240 La Seleccin Natural puede tener un efecto estabilizante, pero esto no promueve una especializacin. esto no es crear fuerza como algunas personas sugiriern. Slide 26 Natural selection can act only on those biologic properties that already exist; it cannot create properties in order to meet adaptational needs. Parasitology, 6th ed. Lea & Febiger, p. 516. La seleccin Natural puede actuar solo en esas propiedades biologicas que ya existen; esto no puede crear propiedades en orden conociendo las modificaciones necesarias. Parasitology, 6th ed. Lea & Febiger, p. 516. Slide 27 Prentice Hall Focus on Life Science 2001, p. 144 Slide 28 Prentice Hall Focus on Life Science 2001, p. 141 Mentira # 8 La seleccin Natural no provoca evolucin solo variacin Natural selection does not cause evolution- only variation Lie #8 Slide 29 Factory to produce cars with a quality control section. Fbricas producen carros con una seccin de control de calidad. Cunto tiempo le toma? Slide 30 Survival of the fittest does not explain the arrival of the fittest! La Sobrevivencia de la ley del ms fuerte no explica la llegada de la ley del ms fuerte! Slide 31 Q. Why did it survive? A. Because it is the fittest. Q. Why did it survive? A. Because it is the fittest. By the way: Survival of the fittest is a tautology. Por el camino: Sobrevivencia de la ley del ms fuerte es una tautologa. Q. Por qu sobrevivi? A. Porque es la ley del ms fuerte. Q. Por qu sobrevivi? A. Porque es la ley del ms fuerte. Slide 32 Q. How do you know it is the fittest? A. Because it survived. Q. Cmo sabes que es la ley del ms fuerte? A. Porque sobrevivi. Slide 33 Whale drawing () No! Sobrevivencia del ms afortunado! No! Survival of the Luckiest! Slide 34 Conclusions from Peppered Moth Experiment 1. Moth population ratio shifted from mostly white to mostly black as trees turned black. 2. Moth population was able to adapt to the new environment. 3. This helps prove we all came from a rock. Conclusiones para preparar el Experimento de la mariposa 1. una porcin de la poblacin de Mariposas cambi, mayora de blancas a mayora negras como los rboles 2. La poblacin de mariposas se pudo adaptar al nuevo ambiente. 3. Estas ayudas nos muestran que todo vin de una roca. Slide 35 Holt Life Science 1978 p. 360 Materials 1 black sheet paper 1 meter square 150-200 black circles 150-200 white circles Materiales 1 hoja de papel negro 1 metro cuadrado 150-200 circulos negros 150-200 circulos blancos Slide 36 2000 p. 56 Slide 37 DR KETTLEWELL, OXFORD, UK, introduced the Peppered Moth Melanism story in 1955 as evidence for evolution by Natural Selection. Since then it has appeared in almost every biology text as evidence for evolution. The publication Melanism: Evolution in Action, by Majerus, reviewed by Jerry A. Cohen in Nature (Vol. 396, p. 35), lists the following problems with Kettlewells story: 1) The moth does not rest on tree trunks! Exactly two moths have been seen on tree trunks in more than 40 years. Kettlewell actually GLUED two dead moths on the tree trunk to take his famous photograph. 2) Moths have no tendency to choose matc