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Macroevolution Vs. Microevolution
Microevolution- small changes in an animal or human over time, such as the color of moths or the size of a birds beak. These changes might be caused by humans, such as the intentional breeding of different types of dogs into new breeds, or cross-cultivating some plants to bring out specific attributes. All of which these attributes are already present in their DNA.
-Microevolution is an "adaptation" rather than evolutionary mutation into a more complex life form.
-Animals adapt to the changes in nature, even humans. These changes are already present in DNA as if they were put there for "in case" reasons.
For example:
  • More dense populations statistically produce smaller animals and humans.


  • The Galapagos finch beak size changed during a drought in 1977. Then after the drought ended, and the environment returned back to normal, the finch's beak returned back to its normal size. This small change happened to deal with its feeding habits.


  • One of the most common examples of microevolution is the peppered moth in England during the Industrial Revolution, which over the course of a number of generations changed its coloring to better blend in with the soot-covered environment.


Quote from some evolutionist:

"Creationists act as if there is some magic line between microevolution and macroevolution, but no such line exists as far as science is concerned."


We have found the magic line!


Magic line








Macroevolution- The random developement of new structures like wings, new organs or body parts.


Macroevolution has never really been observed. In fact almost all mutations have not resulted in a more complex organism and are in most instances harmful.


Evolutionists believe that Macroevolution, is the result of a lot of microevolution over a very long time. But for that to work the environment would have to change drastically, very slowly, and all of the changes in our gene pool would have to be present in the DNA makeup of the first smallest organism that came to be by accident. Not to mention the extreme process that would have to occur just to make the first reproducing organism. See HERE!


For example:


  • Extra body parts, six fingers or toes, etc.


  • The evolution of humans from more primitive apes, of whales from land-dwelling mammals, and of complex vertibrates from worms are all examples of macroevolution. For which there is absolutely no evidence of, that is why evolution still remains a "theory". Many skeletons found of supposed early man, have turned up to be apes, or monkeys themselves. All of the skeletons look just like an ape's skeleton. And if monkeys supposedly evolved into humans, then why are there still un-evolved apes and monkeys all over the world? We understand that many evolutionist's argue that man is believed to have descended from a similar descendant as the chimpanzee, but chimpanzees are drastically un-evolved compared to humans. If they evolved from a similar descendant at a similar point in time, then they should have evolved to a more intelligent being by now, just as we are to have supposedly did.


Vestigial Organs


Parts of our body were once labeled "vestigial organs" (leftover unfunctional organs from our so-called early ancestors). This is false and science has proved so.


Some once named vestigial organs are:


  • The Appendix was believed to be a vestigial organ, but science has proved that it helps support the immune system.


  • The tailbone or coccyx was believe to be a vestigial organ. It was believed to have been where our tail was, but it is in fact use for the attchment for our pelvic muscles.


  • The pituitary gland was believed to have been a vestigial organ. The pituitary gland secretes hormones regulating homeostasis, including tropic hormones that stimulate other endocrine glands. It is functionally connected to the hypothalamus by the median eminence via a small tube called the Pituitary Stalk. It is considered to be the "master gland".


  • The tear glands were believe to have been vestigial organs. But in fact saddness has proved that they in fact produce tears.


  • The spleen was once believed to be a vestigial organ. The spleen is an organ found in virtually all vertebrate animals with important roles in regard to red blood cells and the immune system. In humans, it is located in the left upper quadrant of the abdomen. It removes old red blood cells and holds a reserve of blood in case of hemorrhagic shock while also recycling iron.[3] It synthesizes antibodies in its white pulp and removes antibody-coated bacteria along with antibody-coated blood cells by way of blood and lymph node circulation.


  • The pancreas was believed to have been a vestigal organ. The pancreas is a gland organ in the digestive and endocrine system of vertebrates. It is both an endocrine gland producing several important hormones, including insulin, glucagon, and somatostatin, as well as an exocrine gland, secreting pancreatic juice containing digestive enzymes that pass to the small intestine. These enzymes help to further breakdown the carbohydrates, protein, and fat in the chyme.