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Tuesday, 20 November 2012

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Theory Might Not Survive

A scientific interdisciplinary body is berating evolutionists for not establishing the Theory of Evolution as a fact. U.S.E. (Useful Science Electorate) says "Not only has nothing of practical use come from this theory, but they also have not even proved it yet, and therefore have not disproved the existence of God."

"With Physics, Chemistry and Engineering," the organization continues, "We have products that achieve something. Evolution has given us a fake - The Piltdown Man - who in the end turned out to be suitable only for some substandard horror Ride."

U.S.E. believe that Punctuated Equilibrium (the latest version of the theory) is ridiculous. a spokesperson said, "We all know that because these guys couldn't find the evidence they needed, in other words, the millions of intermediate species, they came up with this stupid theory."

He Continued, "If I was marking Punctuated Equilibrium for grammar, I would say that it might have the punctuation but only a few nouns and definitely no conjunctions or verbs."

Director of Evolution Studies Earp A. Creek said, "We are really under pressure to come up with something convincing, especially from the atheist wing of the scientific community."

When I asked him in what direction he and his colleagues would take their research, he replied, "No direction, we are just going to re-brand the theory as Dark Evolution, it seemed to work for those astrophysics boys."

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