Harun Yaha [sic], a Turkish author with over 200 books published to refute the evolution theory, has established the fossil museum in Turkey along with the Atlas of Creation.
His work is considered one of the few scientific and academic efforts to establish divine creation as a fact.
As quoted in his Atlas of Creation: "Fossils reveal that life forms on Earth have never undergone even the slightest change and have never developed into one another. Examining the fossil record, one can clearly see that living things are exactly the same today as they were hundreds of millions of years ago."
Altug Eti, Science and Research Foundation Istanbul and Harun Yahya Works" representative told Gulf News in an interview at the fossil exhibition at the American University of Dubai that the evolution theory is baseless and it widely dominates the education system.
Harun Yahya aims to correct the "illusion of the evolution theory, especially since all over the world you can"t find any academic material that is based on the fact of creation in the education system," Eti said.
According to him, Darwin, the father of the evolution theory observed the similarities among species, which led him to conclude that different species "could have" emerged from one primitive cell and through the process of evolution one species developed into another.
This argument is false, he said, since "cells are complex in nature," adding that genetic constraints and barriers rule out the process of evolution. . . .
“The gene has fixed information. Mutation can"t add information to DNA. It only alters the sequence of the codes within the gene, which causes the living thing to die or develop a form of defect, but it doesn"t transform species to something else."
The evolution theory is turning into a social dogma, he said while pointing to the dangers of the concept.
Evolutionists, Eti said, have striven hard and failed to support any of the assumptions on which it was based.
"No other intermediate species in the long imaginary chain of evolution could be identified.”