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Vestigial organs: Proof that we evolved?
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Most likely you have heard that “vestigial organs” are proof that we have evolved from more primitive forms. Because these organs supposedly have no purpose, evolutionists assume they have outlived their usefulness and are “leftovers” from our less advanced ancestors.
But even if an organ were no longer needed, wouldn’t it only prove devolution? This fits well with the Law of Entropy—that all things deteriorate over time. What evolution requires, however, is not the loss but the addition of information, where an organism increases in complexity. So “vestigial organs” still wouldn’t help the evolutionist’s case.
Something - Use - Use - Information - Scopes
Besides, it is not even scientifically possible to prove that something has no use, because its use can always be discovered as more information becomes available. And that is exactly what has happened. It was claimed at the Scopes trial that there are “no less than 180 vestigial structures in the human body, sufficient to make of a man a veritable walking museum of antiquities.” Today the list has shrunk to virtually zero. Scientists have discovered that each of these body parts does indeed have a...
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