Only a few of these are worth a response and if for nothing else their value as entertainment humor. Again, this is nothing more than philosophy idealogical wishful thinking and has nothing to do with real science.
I would like to know how you think this is not real science. Could you please in a non sarcastic form, detail why you think this is not science? I say sarcastic as nicely as possible because of lot of your replies rely on sarcasm for effect, I would like to see the meat of your argument without having to wonder if it is meant for sarcasm or not. Thank you in advance.
Take the first one which is a dead give away. Titled Darwin's Point so let's just have a look.
Does anyone else see the ignorance in this wishful materialist observation ?????? How much does a person have to dumb themselves down to latch onto this faith ????? There's really nothing more to say about this here as everyone has that right to a belief as they please.
I see your extreme opinion without even researching Darwin's Point a.k.a Darwin's Tubercle a.k.a Woolnerian Tip
. That last one is what Darwin himself coined it after(1), but because Darwin is so much associated with evolution it was later termed Darwin's Point. Only 10.4% of the population has this point(2) as is common with other vestigial organs. Do you have any rebuttal other than sarcasm and disbelief without saying why, as I think that would progress the conversation better.
Thirteenth Rib Everyone knows most humans have twelve pairs of ribs. This growth isn't even remotely vestigial because most people do not have it. This is a growth anomaly and nothing more. It serves no useful purpose other than a religious concept. Is it not atheists who flippantly scoff at and make fun of the Genesis creation account of womankind created from a rib of Adam as being nothing more than a fable or myth ??????? Could this vestigal thirteenth rib be yet another example of an atheist version of a virgin birth story ???????
The thirteenth rib is something that almost everyone has as an embryo but it is later reabsorbed. This is controlled by the Hox gene during embryonic development. The Hox
gene uses many fantastical ways to get rid of these parts, apoptosis
being my favorite. Here's some more information on the thriteenth rib:
"The presence of free ribs, as is well known, distinguishes the thoracic vertebrae of the adult from those of the cervical and lumbar regions. The limits of the thoracic region, however, are liable to variation, akin to that already described as occurring in the lumbar and sacral regions. Twelve pairs of free ribs are present normally in Man, as in the Orang, but a comparison with other (and chiefly lower) Vertebrates points to the earlier existence of a larger number. This view is supported by Ontogeny, as well as by the occasional occurrence of so-called supernumerary ribs. These are less frequently found at the upper than at the lower end of the thorax; and in either case, the thirteenth rib is subject to great variation both in form and size. For example, a thirteenth rib at the lower end of the human thorax may vary in length from 2 to 14 cm.; but thirteen is the normal number of ribs in the Gorilla and the Chimpanzee, and Hylobates has thirteen or fourteen. Where a free rib is borne by the seventh cervical vertebra, the number of these vertebra naturally appears to be reduced to six. Where a thirteenth rib occurs in the thorax, the lumbar vertebrae similarly appear to be reduced to fourÃ¢â‚¬â€unless the embryonic forward shifting of the pelvis has been arrested at the twenty-sixth pre-sacral vertebra, as is not unfrequent under these circumstances, for it has been observed that the thirteenth rib, which always appears in the embryo, begins to degenerate as soon as the twenty-fifth pre-sacral vertebra is incorporated in the sacrum.
We have further evidence that Man has inherited more than twelve pairs of free ribs, in the fact that reduced ribs are found in the embryo, not only in connection with the first but with all the lumbar vertebrae (Fig. 24, r.l.\ and in the sacral region also (Fig. 25, B r.s.).1 From this it is clear that the pelvis in Man, like that of all terrestrial Vertebrates, is carried by ribs, which, however, become early united with the sacral transverse processes. As already stated, the presence of a free rib in connection with the last cervical vertebra (Fig. 27, A) is somewhat rare in adults, but the vestige of such a rib, and even of a second (somewhat less attached) near the sixth cervical vertebra, is almost always found in the embryo."(3)
Your last picture of Creation Man and Evolution Man NOT only makes no sense at all but makes me feel embarassed for whomever threw their artistic skill at that project. I'll get to the rest of the reply in a bit, but here's the links for the above references:
(2) An anthropometric study of the ear in an adult population", International Journal of Anthropology, Issue Volume 1, Number 2 / June, 1986 ISSN 0393-9383
(3) Pages 39-41