In revisiting the experiment with accurate ingredients of carbon dioxide, nitrogen and water vapor (as agreed upon by the scientific community) the results produce formaldehyde and cyanide. Outside of killing embryos, chemists know embalming fluid is the results of mixing these two toxic organic molecules.
Geochemists have known this since the 1960s yet it is still a major emphasis in textbooks across America. Although totally false, the Miller experiment is continually used as one of the more convincing arguments used to indoctrinate impressionable young adults.
Given column constraints we don't have time to dismantle the “Java” man's shoddy excavation techniques (nor Java's limited bones mirroring today's human remains) or a myriad of other key evolution misleading’s but I encourage all readers to buy the scientifically reviewed bestseller “The Case for a Creator” by Lee Strobel. It's time we truly educate ourselves and our students.
Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel ceiling painting of God reaching out with a pointed finger is no less worthy of being placed alongside Darwin's drawing of monkeys morphing into humans. In an attempt to explain our existence the teaching of evolution is ironically working against its own theory. For the blind followers, it is making monkeys out of them as they ignore the full gamut of scientific facts.
There is one thing the scientific community agrees upon. It is a mystery.
Even biochemist and creation skeptic Francis Crick has stated, “An honest man, armed with all the knowledge available to us now, could only state that in some sense, the origin of life appears at the moment to be almost a miracle, so many are the conditions which would have had to have been satisfied to get it going,” he said. Francis Crick is not just an ordinary scientist but a Nobel Prize awardee for discovering the molecular structure of DNA.
According to polls, 90 percent of Americans believe in God and 80 percent believe in miracles. Will we continue to check our brains at the church door every Sunday or is it possible a loving creator is behind that first miracle? The religion of evolution depends upon miraculous sets of circumstances so why continue to ignore the super majority of Americans’ belief in a miracle worker?
Let me speculate for a minute why the attempt to ignore relevant facts is ongoing despite what the scientific community has learned in the last 30 years. If I admit the possibility of a loving God then I entertain biblical teaching whereas I am responsible for immoral behavior. In a world that has no desire for accountability for right and wrong, this is unacceptable. To a society believing that bad behavior is relative (if it feels good it must be good) that is the big rub. So, only selective science that aligns with the religion of evolution is allowed in the classroom.
There are other consequences to this misinformation. If Darwin is right then I am free to be the strongest by eating all in my way (forget “love thy neighbor”). Additionally, we put zero thought to the psychological consequences of low self-esteem as people are taught their existence is as purposeless as their “brother and sister animals.” This produces a value system where protecting beetles is prioritized but unborn children are not.
The philosophy taught in the classroom today will be the governing philosophy 20 years from now. We must not use tax dollars to teach hypothesis as fact.
In wrapping this up, I have introduced legislation requiring every publically funded Oklahoma school to teach the debate of creation vs. evolution using the known science, even that which conflicts with Darwin's religion. The state of Texas has given their children access to this information and so should our Oklahoma schools.
May God bless America as we honor Him!