Some quotes from scientists regarding evolution.
"One must conclude that, contrary to the established and current
wisdom a scenario describing the genesis of life on earth by
chance and natural causes which can be accepted on the basis of
fact and not faith has not yet been written."
"'...It is easy enough to make up stories of how one form gave
rise to another, and to find reasons why the stages should be
favoured by natural selection. But such stories are not part of
science, for there is no way of putting them to the test.'
Hubert P. Yockey (Army Pulse Radiation Facility, Aberdeen Proving
Ground, Maryland, USA), 'A calculation of the probability of
spontaneous biogensis by information theory'. Journal of
Theoretical Biology, vol. 67, 1977, . 396.
Personal letter (written 10 April 1979) from Dr. Colin Patterson,
Senior Palaeontologist at the British Museum of Natural History
in London, to Luther D. Sunderland, Master Books, San Diego, USA,
1984, p.89 in 'Darwin's Enigma' by Luther D. Sunderland."
"Biologists are simply naive when they talk about experiments
designed to test the theory of evolution. It is not testable.
They may happen to stumble across facts which would seem to
contradict with its predictions. These facts will invariably be
ignored and their discoverers will undoubtedly be deprived of
continuing research grants."
Professor Whitten (Professor of Genetics, University of
Melbourne, Australia), 1980 Assembly Week Address.
"Scientists who go about teaching evolution is a fact of life
are great con-men, and the story they are telling may be the
greatest hoax ever. In explaining evolution, we do not have one
iota of fact."
Dr. T.N. Tahmisian (Atomic Energy Commission, USA) in 'The Fresno
Bee', August 10, 1959. As quoted by N.J. Mitchell, Evolution and
the Emperor's New Clothes, Roydon publications, UK, 1983, title
"I myself am convinced that the theory of evolution, especially
the extent to which it's been applied, will be one of the great
jokes in the history books of the future. Posterity will marvel
that so very flimsy and dubious an hypothesis could be accepted
with the incredible credulity that it has."
Malcolm Muggeridge (world famous journalist and philosopher),
Pascal Lectures, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
"It is often stated by evolutionists that with enough time,
anything could happen regardless of how improbable it might be.
Nobel prize winner George Wald has said, 'Time is the hero of the
plot. Given enough time anything can happen- the impossible
becomes probable, the improbable becomes certain.' (Beverly
Halstead, 'Popper: Good Philosophy, Bad Science?', New Scientist,
V.87, No. 1210, 17 July 1980, pp. 215-217) Prominent evolutionist
Julian Huxley has stated that, given enough time, monkeys typing
on typewriters could eventually type out the complete words of
Shakespeare. Such uniformed statements have a dramatic effect
on the layman, and even persons who have the mathematical
background to know better often fail to make the simple
calculations that would reveal the ridiculousness of the
conjecture. For example, if there were monkeys typing on
typewriters covering every square foot of the Earth's surface and
each one typed at random at the fantastic rate of ten characters
a second for 30 billion years, there would not be the slightest
reasonable chance that a single one would type out a single
specific five word sentence of 31 letters, spaces, and
punctuation. (The actual probability is less than one chance in a
trillion.) Yet Huxley was permitted to make the preposterous
statement that monkeys could type out the complete works of
Shakespeare, and no evolutionary scientist or mathematician who
knew better raised a single objection."
'Darwin's Enigma: Fossils and Other Problems' by Luther S.