Written by Anietie Ukpe
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Topics: India, evolution

Monday, 25 May 2009

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Monkey Business

A confab to streamline the search for the missing link and set criteria for the search has been convened by the leading evolutionary scientists in the world and will hold in the Indian city of New Delhi.

The scientists are concerned that they do not seem to know what they are looking for, so every fossil is cast like the right fossil. "The situation is becoming pretty confused and every year someone pops up with a fossil and screams Eureka!"

A professor in Nairobi University, Eric Brown, said for years now they were looking for the ape-man as the missing link, then they started looking for the monkey-man and now some fellows came up unexpectedly with the lizard-man.

"And what is worse?" the enraged man said, "they allegedly kept it for twenty years."

"The way we are going very soon we would come up with the fly-man or bat-man and I am becoming concerned, like everyone else," he said.

The confab will address issues pertaining to what actually is the missing link and is there actually a missing link? And if there is a missing link, what is it?

Meanwhile creationist scientists believe that when a man does not know the way, every way looks like the right way. Says Sir Fred Hoyle, "For any man to tell me that man is an accident is like someone telling me that a hurricane blowing through an airplane junkyard can assemble an airplane."

Ida, in spite of all the celebration by evolutionists, has failed to solve any evolutionary puzzle. It simply looks like an animal and nothing else.

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