Creationists, what facts from the physical world, if any, contradict the theory of species evolution?

Evolution is the idea that all living species evolved from earlier species, going back to the primordial soup where life began. Evolution doesn't discuss how life began, but only how it developed. Can creationists give any facts from the physical world (which doesn't mean Biblical opinions) to... show more Evolution is the idea that all living species evolved from earlier species, going back to the primordial soup where life began. Evolution doesn't discuss how life began, but only how it developed.

Can creationists give any facts from the physical world (which doesn't mean Biblical opinions) to contradict this theory - or not? So far, I haven't seen any.

Zvi the Fiddler
Update: A few people suggested that evolution violates the 2nd law of thermodynamics, which says that entropy (randomness) always increases. But this increase in entropy applies only to a closed system. Evolution took place with energy from the sun. That energy came from mass (ah - the old E=MC2 trick.) Since energy is... show more A few people suggested that evolution violates the 2nd law of thermodynamics, which says that entropy (randomness) always increases. But this increase in entropy applies only to a closed system. Evolution took place with energy from the sun. That energy came from mass (ah - the old E=MC2 trick.) Since energy is a much more random state than matter, the total amount of entropy has indeed increased throughout the system.
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