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The Collpase of Theory of Evolution

The Collpase of Theory of Evolution



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 Atlas of Creation
ost people think the theory of evolution was first proposed by Charles Darwin, and rests on scien-tific evidence, observations and experiments. However, the truth is that Darwin was not its origi-nator, and neither does the theory rest on scientific proof. The theory consists of an adaptation tonature of the ancient dogma of materialist philosophy. Although it is not backed up by scientific discoveries,the theory is blindly supported in the name of materialist philosophy.This fanaticism has resulted in all kinds of disasters. Together with the spread of Darwinism and the mate-rialist philosophy it supports, the answer to the question "What is a human being?" has changed. People whoused to answer: "God creates human beings and they have to live according to the beautiful morality Heteaches", have now begun to think that "Man came into being by chance, and is an animal who developed bymeans of the fight for survival." There is a heavy price to pay for this great deception. Violent ideologies suchas racism, fascism and communism, and many other barbaric world views based on conflict have all drawnstrength from this deception.This article will examine the disaster Darwinism has visited on the world and reveal its connection withterrorism, one of the most important global problems of our time.
The Darwinist Lie:
Life is conflict
Darwin set out with one basic premise when developing his theory:
"The development of living thingsdepends on the fight for survival. The strong win the struggle. The weak are condemned to defeat andoblivion."
 Adnan Oktar 
According to Darwin, there is a ruthless struggle for survival and an eternal conflict in nature. Thestrong always overcome the weak, and this enables development to take place. The subtitle he gave to his book
The Origin of Species, "The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection or the Preservation of FavouredRaces in the Struggle for Life",
encapsulates that view.
Furthermore, Darwin proposed that the "fight for survival" also applied between human racialgroups. According to that fantastical claim, "favoured races" were victorious in the struggle.
Favouredraces, in Darwin's view, were white Europeans. African or Asian races had lagged behind in the struggle forsurvival. Darwin went further, and suggested that these races would soon lose the "struggle for survival" en-tirely, and thus disappear:
At some future period, not very distant as measured by centuries, the civilised races of man will almost cer-tainly exterminate, and replace the savage races throughout the world. At the same time the anthropomor-phous apes… will no doubt be exterminated. The break between man and his nearest allies will then be wider,for it will intervene between man in a more civilised state, as we may hope, even than the Caucasian, and someape
as low as a baboon, instead of as now between the negro or Australian and the gorilla.
The Indian anthropologist Lalita Vidyarthi explains how Darwin's theory of evolution imposed racismon the social sciences:
His (Darwin's) theory of the survival of the fittest was warmly welcomed by the social scientists of the day, andthey believed mankind had achieved various levels of evolution culminating in the white man's civilization.By the second half of the nineteenth century racism was accepted as fact by the vast majority of Western scien-tists
 Harun Yahya

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