I have been listening again to the Crash at Corona. Dick does a very interesting job of viewing on the planet of origin, in reference to the craft.
I would love to hear much more in depth of life on an alien planet. A project would be fascinating - society, buildings, food, lifeforms, flora.
However, Dick had a comment in his segment that was short but HUGE in it's implications.
The background is evolution. Darwinsim is 19th century conjecture and is easily disputed by today's advancements in science.
Even Darwin had his doubts. There were consistent missing transitory fossil records that he hoped would be found to fill in the blanks of his Theory. They are not there and never were there.
There are what is literally sudden appearances of animal forms, no transitional fossils and radical novel bodies. From trilobites to dinosaurs to mammals. These quickly appeared, disappeared and were immediately (in perspective) replaced. Nothing in between.
*On a quick aside, speaking of dinosaurs, Linda Moulton Howe, has commented that one of her military insiders has told her that these dinosaurs were a 200 million year old experiment. We will learn more from Farsight in a couple of weeks.*
Small bits of evolving can take place but it must consist only of small rearranging of the genes available within the flora or fauna.
There are limits to breeding. Roses cannot be bred black. Bears cannot become whale-like simply because they can spend much time in water and swim far into the sea as Darwin first postulated in On The Origin. He removed this later on as he knew this was nonsense.
Random mutations always are bad/disabilities, get weeded out, do not replicate and so forth. Point by point, evolution/Darwinism does not fit with today's science. Science has come a long way. Darwinists are still stuck in the 1800s.
Looking at the varied life on our planet, particularly in the sea, there are the most remarkable of creatures.
From squids with eight arms to creatures that glow, cephalopods, regeneration of limbs.
Personally, I have often thought that many creatures are so "far out" they must simply be creations by someone/something. There is no "evolutionary sense" for these within the Darwinian mantra.
Again, back to LMH, she has commented how the earth is a laboratory.
Now, back to Dick, "these are people that create life, as a, like a hobby, like who can make the most outlandish bird that is functional with unusual plumage or a fish that looks like something else, DNA tinkering".
Yes. Of course. I agree. Explains a lot.
Thank you Dick. What a remarkable session.
His comments are a small but HUGE super nugget of information.