National Geographic ""Insects from Hell: In Deep Guano""

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This section, which discussed insect species which live dependent on bat colonies, told an evolutionary tale regarding centipedes. The program explained a red species of centipedes and claimed that thanks to evolution the bodies of these animals had become full of toxins.

This section, which discussed insect species which live dependent on bat colonies, told an evolutionary tale regarding centipedes. The program explained a red species of centipedes and claimed that thanks to evolution the bodies of these animals had become full of toxins. However, that claim is a tale put forward by a researcher blindly devoted to Darwinism, without backing it up with any evidence.

The chemical poisons in their bodies provide the animals with an effective protection against enemies. The noteworthy point here is that although these toxins are harmful to their enemies, they do no harm to the creatures themselves. It is not consistent to defend that such a special situation emerged accidentally. That is because a chemical with toxic effect depends on complicated chemical formulae. The way that these formulae harm enemies but do not affect the organism itself is made possible by special sequences in various genes. There is no chance that the genetic information in these genes could have come about by chance. The development of such genetic information in nature has never been observed. It is clear that this protective system, based on such sensitive arrangements, has been designed by a superior intelligence. There is no doubt that the owner of that superior intelligence is God, Lord of the heavens and earth and all that lies between.

2003-08-26 00:00:00

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