On its web site the BBC published a report titled “Whale riders reveal evolution ”( 20 September 2005).The report discussed a genetic analysis carried out by University of Utah scientists. The scientists compared the DNA sequences of small parasitic crustaceans living on three species of whale called the “right wales”. Based on calculations of the differences they dreamed up the history of the imaginary evolution of the whale. They maintained that the three species of right whales evolved from a common ancestor 5-6 mi llion years ago.
However, this study was performed with the application of pre-existing evolutionist prejudices to the data obtained. The hypothesis of the evolution of the parasitic crustaceans and whales, and therefore that evolution was the origin of the differences in their DNAs, was taken as a fact right from the outset. These studies are based on a flawed logic and constitute no support for the theory of evolution.
You can read our response to evolutionist attempts to portray genetic comparisons as evidence for their theories HERE. In addition, you can find our reply to a previously published study HERE, and see from close up the dogmatic way of thinking of Darwinists who attempt to produce the imaginary evolutionary past of host organisms on the basis of the DNA sequences in their parasites.
Our advice to the BBC is that it abandon its efforts to spread evolutionary myths based totally on dogmatic claims as if they were the scientific truth and that it withdraw its propaganda backing for Darwinism, an unscientific theory.2005-10-20 00:00:00