MODERN evolution is one of the most elaborate scientific frauds of all time. The fraud consists in a conscious refusal to accept any kind of design in Nature.
This is kissing cousin to the disparaged argument of irreducible complexity.
Irreducible complexity, the principle proposed by biologist Michael Behe, declares that certain biological systems are too complex to have evolved by chance.
Modern evolution calls upon “natural selection,” acting on a series of chance mutations from simpler, or “less complete” predecessors.
Says Theosophy: The behaviors and mechanisms of these systems has to have been “designed” by some oversight intelligence.
The argument of irreducible complexity is central to intelligent design, and is an argument rejected by the scientific community at large, which overwhelmingly regards any planning intelligence in Nature as pseudoscience.
Yet of the numerous and compelling examples of irreducible complexity and intelligent design, one of the most dramatic is the yucca plant. In this example, each species of yucca has it own species of pronuba moth.
Amazingly, the yucca flowers in a given locality do not bloom every year, and in those areas the moths remain dormant in the pupa stage.
The yucca flower is so constructed that it can only be pollinated by this one particular moth – and this moth cannot lay eggs that will survive unless it first pollinates the yucca flower.
But at the moment when the yucca buds open, at that same exact moment the pronuba moths break out of their cocoons beneath the sand, struggle up into the air, and immediately go through a specific order of events which has to be exact for the yucca plant to survive.
Watch the “Bug Chicks” explain: