Make no mistake, the theory of evolution is definitely objectionable AND inadequate and it definitely sucks.
If you are closed or
narrow minded about the theory of evolution, please leave now.
Only those with a free mind that are willing to be objective about the
theory of evolution need enter.
Evolution Sucks is solely dedicated to showing you the truth about the
theory of evolution.
I have come up with a series of evolution questions that are designed
to make you stop and reconsider what you believe on the subject of
evolution and origins.
I hope your mind is free enough to take a step back from scientific
dogma and R-E-A-L-L-Y consider the evolution questions posed here.
Lastly, I hope your mind is free enough too also reason through the
evolution questions posed here without succumbing to a knee jerk
reactionary answer, like, "...but that is what my science book
said." Dude, your science book is full of lies on
evolution. Just Goggle "Piltdown man" and you'll see that it was
not the first major screw up, nor will it be the last.
To quote a fellow anti-evolutionist on the Net, Free minds asks
Check out the new documentary Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, starring Ben Stein, who uncovers the GROSS censorship being used against highly intelligent scientists that DARE to question Evolution. See the Movie with an OPEN mind beginning April 18th!
Anti-evolution news. BOSTON — A biologist is suing the
prestigious Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, claiming he was fired in 2004
after he told his boss he does not believe in evolution.
Nathaniel Abraham, who worked as a postdoctoral researcher
in a biology lab of the Cape Cod
research center, is seeking $500,000 in compensation for his firing, which he
claims was a violation of his civil rights.
In his lawsuit, filed last week in U.S. District Court,
Abraham said he lost his job shortly after he told his superior that he did not
accept evolution as scientific fact.
Alright, here is the deal,
go through the questions one by one with an open mind.
When you are done, explore the links under the "Now What?" section.