Chapter 13. Evolutionists' Confessions Stating That the Theory of Evolution Cannot Account for the Origin of Mammals
According to the evolutionist scenario, reptiles are the ancestors of birds, just as they are of mammals. Yet there are huge structural differences between reptiles-whose bodies are covered in scales, whose blood is cold, and who reproduce by laying eggs-and mammals, whose bodies are covered in fur, which are warm blooded and reproduce by giving birth.
In the same way that no biological or physiological explanation of how reptiles supposedly turned into mammals has ever been given, so evolutionists cannot cite even a single intermediate form fossil to indicate that such a transition ever took place.
Moreover, it is impossible even to imagine such a transition, as first admitted by Charles Darwin, the founder of the theory:
Roger Lewin is a well-known evolutionist science writer and former editor of New Scientist magazine:
George Gaylord Simpson is one of the main evolution authorities of 20th century and one of the founders of Neo-Darwinist theory:
Eric Lombard is professor of organismal biology and anatomy at the University of Chicago:
Tom S. Kemp is a curator of the Zoological Collections at the University of Oxford:
While the great majority of evolutionists are unable to suggest any explanation for the emergence of mammals, some others have behaved more outrageously and produced various ridiculous and irrational tales. One such tale regarding the evolution of reptiles into mammals is described in one evolutionist publication:
The above account is a completely unscientific stretch of the imagination. There is no evidence that anything in this account actually happened. Neither is it possible for them to have happened. To suggest that a living thing caused such a substance as milk-so finely calculated and of such enormous nutritional value-by licking sweat from its mother's body is the kind of nonsense one might have heard in the ignorant pseudo-scientific environment of the Middle Ages. This and other such tales which frequently appear in evolutionist publications show how far removed the theory of evolution is from genuine science.
259- Francis Darwin, The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Vol. II, p. 128.
260- Roger Lewin, "Bones of Mammals, Ancestors Fleshed Out," Science, Vol. 212, June 26, 1981, p. 1492.
261- George Gaylord Simpson, Life Before Man, New York: Time-Life Books, 1972, p. 42.
262- George G., Simpson, Tempo and Mode in Evolution, New York: Columbia University Press, 1944, pp. 105, 107.
263- R. Eric Lombard, "Review of Evolutionary Principles of the Mammalian Middle Ear, Gerald Fleischer," Evolution, Vol. 33, December 1979, p. 1230.
264- Tom Kemp, "The Reptiles that Became Mammals," New Scientist 92 [sic, it's actually 93]: 583, 4 March 1982.
265- George Gamow, Martynas Ycas, Mr. Tompkins Inside Himself, New York: The Viking Press, 1967, p. 149.