Questions for creationists...(part 1) can you answer this question?

Is there any observation which supports any feature of your theory? (An adequate answer to this question will not be something which is a problem for evolution, but is rather evidence for your theory. Remember that it is logically possible for both evolution and your theory to be false. Something which appears to... show more Is there any observation which supports any feature of your theory? (An adequate answer to this question will not be something which is a problem for evolution, but is rather evidence for your theory. Remember that it is logically possible for both evolution and your theory to be false. Something which appears to support Lamarkian evolution rather than Darwinian, or punctuated equilibrium rather than gradualism is not enough. Also, the observation must be something which can be checked by an independent observer.


Is there any observation which was predicted by your theory?
Update: Saddly, 23 responses and not one real answer. Spontaneous generation is NOT part of the theory of evolution, in reality, neither is abiogenisis.

On to question 2
Update 2: musingalo: The things you've put down are either not true (like mutations not adding information) or are better explained by evolution (fossils). Why are their no birds or angiosperms in Devonian sediments?
Update 3: Beng T: Most plants are not useful to humans. And you would expect many to be useful - how else would we and other animals survive?

An overpopultation of humans is mostly causing loss of biodiversity.

All of this is better explained by evolution.
Update 4: musingalo: also, IC has never been demonstrated or has other exlainations.
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