DATELINE: JANUARY 16, 2007 ASSOCIATED PRESS RELEASE
HEADLINE: ZOOLOGICAL GROUP PROTECTING RARE ANIMALS
BY: ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON
"The Zoological Society of London's program highlights 100 species selected because of the peculiarity of their genetic backgrounds and the degree of danger they face. The species lack of close relatives make their preservation particularly urgent, society scientist Jonathan Baillie said. He described them as natural masterpieces."
One of the animals cited for attention is the tiny Sri Lanka "slender loris" a 5 inch long animal with huge "night vision eyes."
Baby slender loris
COMMENTS BY THE AUTHOR OF "NOT OF THIS WORLD."
Everyone easily understands the extinction of a species. In the passing of the last living example of some animal or bird, there will never ever be another. Actually, extinction is assured when one of the last mating pair dies. There could be a hundred males of a specie, however, if the last female dies, that's it. Game over.
EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK "NOT OF THIS WORLD."
( Pages 56 - 57 )
"Scientist and layman alike must admit that at some point in the past history of planet earth, there was a time when no man existed. There also was a time when there were no apes, whales, elephants, birds, or any other animal.
Conversely, this simple logic tells us that there was a specific time of earth's history that the very first giraffe appeared on earth, the very first elephant, tiger, ape, and yes, the day that the very first man took his first breath.
No one can call into question , or dispute the fact that for any of the major species of animals, creatures and man to have continued as a species, the very first example of each species had to have a mate of the opposite sex.
We can know for sure that at the very beginning of every species there was at least one male and one female present. There is solid proof that exists today. We frequently hear today from environmentalists that some species or other is near extinction, or has become extinct. They panic and nearly go berserk when they realize that some species is down to only one animal or bird. Why? For without a mate, this one creature cannot reproduce and the species is doomed to extinction.
This proves three things. One, that one example of a species is doomed to extinction, it also means that at the very beginning of every species, there had to have been a male and female present together, and at the exact same time and place on earth. Secondly, as any present species nears extinction, and either one of the last mating pair dies, there is absolutely nothing that can be done to bring that animal or bird back to life. No doctor, scientist or group of scientists can bring can bring it back to life. Thirdly, it proves beyond doubt that no doctor, or scientist on earth regardless of their intelligence, is capable of creating a new mate of any species and giving it life, for if they could they would, to save that species from extinction. This is way beyond the ability of any man."
Comment by author:
Evolution is said by many to be able to develop complex systems by some long random trial and survival mechanism. Simple human logic at times is like a huge boulder sitting immovable in evolution's path. As noted above regarding the little "slender loris" as stated by the scientists, has "night vision eyes." How do you suppose that happened when man has only in recent times been smart enough to invent "night vision scopes." This animal has had night vision from day one of his existence on earth. They did not just one day say: "Hey, it sure would be handy if we could see in the dark," and then somehow develop it on their own.
Posted July 1, 2007
WORDS FROM ONE OF THE WORLDS MOST RESPECTED SCIENTISTS
*** The eminent German Rocket Scientist Dr. Wernher von Braun, PhD once stated:
…"For me, the idea of a creation is not conceivable without invoking the necessity of design. One cannot be exposed to the law and order of the universe without concluding that there must be design and purpose behind it all."
Posted July 5, 2007
***Oh Oh, Scientist's caught using the evolutionist's "no-no" word. "DESIGN"
Story from the Wall Street Journal today by Heather Won Tesoriero, titled "Faceblind Could Illuminate the Brain."
ARE YOU MY MOMMY?
Numerous examples are cited of individual's who brain's are unable to process and store the facial images of other people. Mother's who cannot recognize or pick out their own child in a group, or children who are unable to recognize their own Mother. They are "faceblind." The scientific name for this condition is prosopagnosia.
Researcher's have been studying this condition for a decade and say about 2.5% of the population may have this condition. Neuroscientist Brad Duncan of the University College of London says that research is being done in search for other brain mechanisms that may also be designed to process information about very specific aspects of the world.
The author of "Not of this World" discusses the specific human ability to recognize faces and also the fact that the random visage of everyone is a designed feature that is important to man's function and survival. It is not just some accidental thing that we all look different and are able to recognize one another. This is "Intelligent Design" by a Creator. (See pages 43 & 65 of the book.)