Monday, August 20, 2007
I don't want to beat a dead fish but...
I have been thinking about my gorilla man post.
It seems to me that the landslide majority of Evolution adherents (not convinced about the fish-to-ape story) are not well served by the fire-eating-fish-to-ape evolutionists who run the show.
I think that ape-to-man requires less of a leap than the fish to ape. Right out of the gate the lobed-fish comes off as counter-intuitive. For the Evolution-Years that the lobes-legs are too weak to walk they will make the fish a poor swimmer. This defeats the survival of the fit fish.
If the majority of the Evolution supporters were well served by the leaders of the best science two things would happen:
1. The counter-natural-selection nature of the lobed fish would be acknowledged.
2. There would be a stated plan - "what we are doing about it" to address the doubts.
Did I capture in the picture above the reason that so many can buy the Ape-to-Man, but the Fish-to-Ape only appeals to the few?