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Debunking the Evolution Theory

Evolution theory is false

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Misguided religion has led to fanaticism and superstition. Predetermination takes the place of honest inquiry and truth is suppressed. All the fallacies of human reason must be exhausted or rejected, before the light of higher truth could meet with ready response.
"When the time of destruction is at hand the intellect becomes perverted." Vridha Chan. 16:

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Debunking the theory: Evolution of man from a lower creature.
by applying the laws of nature:
"But there is another prejudice which is cherished by many scholars evidently under the impression of its being a well-recognized scientific doctrine. It is that in the ruder stages of civilization, when the laws of nature are little known and but little understood, when mankind has not enough of the experience of the world, strict methods of correct reasoning are very seldom observed." Swami Dayanand

Albert Einstein agrees with the above - "We see the universe marvelously arranged and obeying certain laws but only dimly understand these laws."
Scholars of theology, except the Aryas, have no understanding at all and those of science have only a "dim understanding" of these laws.

First breach of natural laws:
If man had really evolved from a lower creature, then it was, as it were, a fact - a law which according to evolutionists, was unceasing in its operations under any conditions whatsoever. If the law was of a constant and permanent nature, ever working itself out, how was it that for thousands of years past, no lower creature had evolved into a human being.

Second breach of natural laws:
The theory of natural selection is indicative of nature's imperfections. According to it Nature is still improving. This theory points out the absence in Nature at present of the best forms that it will produce in the future.

Progression is always downward, a law.
Therefore, human civilization could have only fallen from an advance state. And what we have experienced within the past few thousand years is a small rise again. Philosophically speaking, we have advanced in material science and a little in moral discipline, but still the tyranny and barbarism of the past, rules the age.

"After religious teachers accomplish the refining process indicated they will surely recognize with joy that true religion has been ennobled and made more profound by scientific knowledge." Albert Einstein

"The knowledge given by another cannot be called instinctive. What is instinctive is natural, it can neither increase nor decrease nor can it help any one to make any progress, since the savages also possess this instinctive knowledge and yet they have not made any progress. The acquired knowledge alone is the cause of progress. All of us during our childhood did not possess accurate knowledge of right and wrong, virtue and vice, but after having studied under our learned teachers, we were enabled to distinguish between right and wrong, virtue and vice. Hence it is wrong to hold that instinctive knowledge is all-sufficient." The Light of Truth.


All theories or facts, theological or scientific, must conform with
NATURAL LAWS

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Richard Dawkins refer to himself as an African, meaning after monkeys it was the Africans, but since no other monkey evolved since and more time has gone, why are there still people of color? Can he explain, by his evidence, how he has progressed to caucasian leaving so many behind?
  1. "Nothing in this world can be produced without proper application." Mimansa"
  2. "Nothing can be done or made without the expenditure of time." Vaisheshika
  3. "Nothing in this world can be produced without the material cause." Niyaya
  4. "Nothing can be made without the requisite skill, knowledge and thought." Yoga
  5. "Nothing can be made without the definite combination of atoms." Sankhaya
  6. "Nothing can be made without a Maker." Vedanta
This shows that the creation of the world or anything created even by man can never come into being without these six causes.
"We have thus little respect for a theory such as Darwin which propounds that human species are a development of an inferior animal nature. For, if we were to accept this, we would be at a loss to trace the origin of human language and the possession of Divine knowledge, which are peculiar to mankind only, and which are not self-acquired, but can only be learnt from others."
"The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt." Bertrand Russell

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