"Chicken and egg" Evolution quizz

01 Jun, 2006
 None    Philosophy

for a good laugh

Chicken And Egg Would you believe that there are still people trying to figure out what came first, the chicken or the egg?
Recently, a team made up of a geneticist, a philosopher and a chicken farmer claim to have found an answer. It was the egg. Seriously, this is a very profound evolutionist matter!
Considering the fact that genetic material does not change during an animal's life, evolutionists have to figure out a way to imagine how it all started so that they can still believe in Evolution.
What they think is that, for a bird to evolve into a chicken, in prehistoric times- at the time when all the fairy tales are possible-, it must have first existed as an embryo inside an egg. In other words, the new living organism inside the eggshell would have had the same DNA as the chicken it would develop into.
This is what Professor John Brookfield, a specialist in evolutionary genetics at the University of Nottingham, told the UK Press Association.

The story doesn’t tell how this new DNA appeared though. How could the hundreds of DNA transformations have happened all at once so that the new species called a chicken can be born?
Evolutionist’ attempts to bridge the gaps in their theory are less and less in agreement with what we know in genetics and this explains why so may geneticists and biologists are becoming Raelians as it really makes much more sense to think that the DNA of each species is the masterpiece of Intelligent Designers who had fun creating them all, including us, in their image.