Editor’s note: I’m very excited about today’s post. Long-time readers may recall an item a couple years back, in which I shared with you an unsolicited email that I believed, at the time, just may have contained the worst anti-evolution argument ever.
Which is saying a lot. Well, today I get to share with you another email from the same author.
The author — we’ll call him Walla Coil, after his email host — never acknowledged my previous response to his first message, nor does he seem to realize that he has contacted me before. But that’s OK.
Now, before I share this latest letter from Walla Coil, I encourage you to click over and reacquaint yourself with the original. You’ll notice some common threads, to be sure.
Like the Great Emancipator, Abraham Lincoln, who spent the better part of his presidency reflecting and honing his thoughts of the great and terrible Civil War until he had distilled them down to a succinct and eloquent master statement of national purpose, so, too, has Walla Coil dedicated the past two years to refining his own thinking until it has coalesced into what he is convinced is a devastating three-pronged reproof of evolutionary science.
Some of it is old, some it is new (when you reach that part, you’ll understand the picture above), but all of it is terrible. And now, without further ado, here it is.
dear god of evolution
:sorry for my english. i think that i have 3 interesting argument against evolution
the evolutionist always says that a watch need a designer because it cant self rplicat but organisem can self replicat and has dna so it can evolve. but according to this logic: if we will find a self replicat watch(with dna) we need to say that is made by itself .but we know that even a watch that self replicat itself is evidence for design
the second claim is that according to the evolution, a part of a feces(bacteria)can evolve into a princess(human). but we know that a feces+time=feces
the last argument is that according to the evolution a watch can evolve in a close room. because if we will close a giant room for a milions years the bacteria inside can evolve into a human that will make a watch=a watch evolve in a close room
what did you think? have a nice day
As before, nothing has been changed, other than the omission of lots of unnecessary space between the lines. The question I leave you with is what, if anything, should be my response?