3 things that can not be explained by the theory of evolution

@rifnee (1713)
Indonesia
January 21, 2011 11:25pm CST
For those who want to read the works of charles darwin theory of evolution is complete can see here: http://www.literature.org/authors/darwin ... That there are some things that can not be explained by the theory of evolution. Among them are: 1. Gender Differences: The existence of two sexes that is male - male, female or male and female shows us, it's hard to believe that it happened because the process of evolution. If evolution did occur there would be no gender differences. It's hard to imagine two kinds of animal species have evolved together with the one agreed to be female and one male to be a new species of the same. How could they prepare to form the male and female reproductive organs by chance through a series of evolutionary processes. It's like imagining a lock and key pair is created by chance, it is very unlikely to happen. 2. Plants: The theory of evolution does not exist and could not explain how hundreds of millions of species of plants can be created. Plant is the first chain in the ecosystem processes of living things. No plant can be sure will destroy most living things on earth. And there is no theory of evolution explains how plants can be created. Is it possible cactus in the desert could evolve into a palm tree, which may be due to accidentally flown by the bird and dropped on the beach? Plants have a high environmental sensitivity. Differences season, weather and air temperatures can cause they can not grow or die. So how might they evolve? 3. Organs Complexity: Many animals depend on an organ that must be mutually supportive in order to work. Call it with the lights of fireflies, bats with ultrasoniknya wave, with a sensitivity snake tongue. How could the animals could think to have these special devices. The theory of evolution can not be used to describe the animal. Evolutionary process that takes a long time to immediately kill them before the organs of their body is perfect and ready for use. what do you think?
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@Christoph56 (1508)
• Canada
27 Jan 11
3 - Organ Complexity. No organ of any animal is something that evolution doesn't explain through mutation and natural selection. If you have a single mutation with a difference that makes that variation of the species better then the others like it, it will have more offspring, and so will their offspring, until they take over. A great example of it is the Giraffe. Such an odd mammal, with it's long neck, but earlier in it's evolution, it started in a similar place to the horse, only this group started having longer necks, and began a direction of the males fighting for superiority by swinging their necks at eachother, so, the ones with the biggest, stronger necks, had the most offspring. Even humans get mutations, greatly shown in places like India, where their mutations are seen as magical elements of them... however, humans with 6 fingers or 6 toes, or lights shining through them, or lack of eyesight and better echolocation, or even greater intelligence, does not push them to have more offspring, and therefore, doesn't work in our direction of evolution.
@Christoph56 (1508)
• Canada
27 Jan 11
2 - Plants. Plants aren't really the first part of evolution... actually, the very first step is amino acids, then bacteria culture... then soon after that, you have one direction splitting off in the direction of plants. At this point though, its more of a fungus or mold, then really a plant... but, it too has the direction of offspring and mutation, and therefore, it has variation. One of the pieces that has worked best is their direction to spread out, like the seeds on trees attached to leaves that make them fall further away, or flowers with puffs on top so that the wind can take them away. Also, in plants, its hard for mutation to go wrong. All a plant really needs, is to be able to get energy from water, and it can live, so, any variation pushes onto a whole new kind of plant... and we still do it today! This is why you can go into the grocery store to get fruits and veggies that you've never even heard of before, because they are easy to mutate into new variations, like purple tomatoes, or the brociflower... actually, loads of the green veggies we have today came from 1 single plant, the Brassica oleracea... which is like a wild cabbage... not very tasty, but we were able to evolve it to the kind of plants we liked to eat more.
@Christoph56 (1508)
• Canada
27 Jan 11
I always love things like questions about evolution. I've studied it for a long time, and I find the process so fascinating in so many ways, so, I always enjoy answering these kinds of things. 1 - Gender Difference. Even looking at the systems now, you get male and female organisms in the same species, right down to bacteria. Bacteria is the simplest life form on the planet, below any kind of plant or animal, and this is a direct showing that they were one of the first. Evolution goes by mutation, which even happens in asexual organisms, but the rate of mutation is extremely low, because each offspring has the same DNA as the parent. When one of those off mutations had the ability to impregnate another form of the same species, it was a massive boost to their system. Now you had change all over the place, each of the organisms being a split between the two parents, so that some of the newly born had bigger talents in different directions, and the ones that could do better, to have more offspring, pushed the direction of evolution further. This is why the vast majority of higher life forms today have 2 genders, because it's a massive push of evolution.
• Indonesia
25 Jan 11
I appreciate your opinion with the dubious theory of Darwinian evolution, because I, too, hahaha. But ... Diversity in nature, as well as from many fossil observation of living things and the relationship between species characteristics, climate change and its effects on living things, made Darwin think about these theories. In science, it would be chosen from the book of religion Darwin because Darwin's theory to explain his theory based on observation of all that exists now and the proof of heritage, not just writing as literature. Instead, I try to explain, that diversity arises because the mutations always occur in living things, if he wants to survive. Without mutation and evolution, living things will be hard to adapt and become extinct. Similarly, in a small subject, like a lot of people running, leg muscles become stronger - to be ready because if the people like to run but leg muscles did not change, will be injured. Something like that, sorry if it is less pleasing.
@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
24 Jan 11
I agree with your opinion, because in the theory of evolution proposed by Darwin's grandfather had not been able to clearly explain his discovery of doubt it. but most definitely is a universe and its contents were created by God
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
24 Jan 11
Yes, so I call Darwin's hypothesis, because there are many who can not yet scientifically proven. One of the most fundamental is abiogenesis, how the inorganic elements, living organisms can occur. In particular the formation of DNA molecules that carry information for further growth. DNA is contained in intelligence with a high complexity, how could occur spontaneously?
• Indonesia
22 Jan 11
I think as a hypothetical theory of evolution is far from perfect, that's why it is not designated as a law like the law of gravity or the law of conservation of energy. therefore man is still studying, and test a natural phenomenon that is still very much to be explained in total. something that is not perfect yet be developed.