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  • Some good news!  Robert Sungenis, according to the Administrator Sofos on http://www.theprinciplescienceforum.com/index.php,
    is currently "finishing his 600 page Flat Earth rebuttal book." 

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  • Pope Benedict XV, In Praeclara Summorum  April 20, 1921: “If the progress of science showed later that the conception of the world rested on no sure foundation, that the spheres imagined by our ancestors did not exist, that nature, the number and course of the planets and stars, are not indeed as they were then thought to be, still the fundamental principle remained that the universe, whatever be the order that sustains it in its parts, is the work of the creating and preserving sign of Omnipotent God, who moves and governs all, and whose glory risplende in una parte piu e meno altrove; and though this Earth on which we live may not be the center of the universe as at one time was thought, it was the scene of the original happiness of our first ancestors, witness of their unhappy fall, as too of the Redemption of mankind through the Passion and Death of Jesus Christ.”

    I will now address Pope benedict XV's letter that the DIAMOND BROTHERS also use to show the 1616 decree, as Cardinal Henry Newman said 'had decided next to nothing.'

    1921: In Praeclara Summorum

    Few today are even aware that Pope Benedict XV, on April 30th, 1921, just one year after his teaching encyclical on how the Scriptures reveal all truth, wrote a different kind of papal letter, praising the writings of the Catholic poet Dante Alighieri (1265-1321). Famous for his The Divine Comedy, a poem divided into a journey of three parts, Inferno (Hell), Purgatorio (Purgatory) and Paradiso (Heaven), a tome that reflects medieval Catholicism, when the Catholic faith had reached it peak of blessed understanding, including of course that doctrine of Geocentrism visible to all as the creation that God chose so that man might have a greater understanding of Him. Please read this marvelous Encyclical of Benedict XV and tell me it is not a Catholic endorcement of geocentrism. I still cannot get my head around those like the Diamond brothers and Professor TKonkel actually using it to downgrade geocentrism and the 1616 decree so that Catholics would chose heliocentrism as a Catholic truth.

    ‘Beloved Children,

    ‘And first of all, inasmuch as the divine poet throughout his whole life professed in exemplary manner the Catholic religion, he would surely desire that this solemn commemoration should take place, as indeed will be the case, under the auspices of religion, and if it is carried out in San Francesco in Ravenna it should begin in San Giovanni in Florence to which his thoughts turned during the last years of his life with the desire of being crowned poet at the very font where he had received Baptism. Dante lived in an age which inherited the most glorious fruits of philosophical and theological teaching and thought, and handed them on to the succeeding ages with the imprint of the strict scholastic method. Amid the various currents of thought diffused then too among learned men Dante ranged himself as disciple of that Prince of the school so distinguished for angelic temper of intellect, [the geocentrist] Saint Thomas Aquinas. From him he gained nearly all his philosophical and theological knowledge, and while he did not neglect any branch of human learning, at the same time he drank deeply at the founts of Sacred Scripture and the Fathers [especially their geocentrism]. Thus he learned almost all that could be known in his time, and nourished specially by Christian knowledge; it was on that field of religion he drew when he set himself to treat in verse of things so vast and deep. So that while we admire the greatness and keenness of his genius, we have to recognize, too, the measure in which he drew inspiration from the Divine Faith by means of which he could beautify his immortal poems with all the lights of revealed truths as well as with the splendours of art. Indeed, his Commedia, which deservedly earned the title of Divina, while it uses various symbolic images and records the lives of mortals on Earth, has for its true aim the glorification of the justice and providence of God who rules the world through time and all eternity and punishes and rewards the actions of individuals and human society. It is thus that, according to the Divine Revelation, in this poem shines out the majesty of God One and Three, the Redemption of the human race operated by the Word of God made Man, the supreme loving-kindness and charity of Mary, Virgin and Mother, Queen of Heaven, and lastly the glory on high of Angels, Saints and men; then the terrible contrast to this, the pains of the impious in Hell; then the middle world, so to speak, between Heaven and Hell, Purgatory, the Ladder of souls destined after expiation to supreme beatitude. It is indeed marvellous how he was able to weave into all three poems these three dogmas with truly wrought design. If the progress of science showed later that that conception of the world rested on no sure foundation, that the spheres imagined by our ancestors did not exist, that nature, the number and course of the planets and stars, are not indeed as they were then thought to be, still the fundamental principle remained that the universe, whatever be the order that sustains it in its parts, is the work of the creating and preserving sign of Omnipotent God, who moves and governs all, and whose glory risplende in una parte piu e meno altrove; and though this Earth on which we live may not be the centre of the universe as at one time was thought, it was the scene of the original happiness of our first ancestors, witness of their unhappy fall, as too of the Redemption of mankind through the Passion and Death of Jesus Christ. Therefore the divine poet depicted the triple life of souls as he imagined it in such a way as to illuminate with the light of the true doctrine of the faith the condemnation of the impious, the purgation of the good spirits and the eternal happiness of the blessed before the final judgment.’

    It has been asserted by certain men that the above shows the 1616 decree was not an irreversible (infallible) decree because the Pope does not confirm a moving sun as a dogma of Scripture. In fact, the Pope never mentions the sun and takes a neutral stand on the physical location of the Earth in the universe, reflecting the post-1915 position of science that admits relativity prevails. The Earth ‘may or may not be at the centre’ he states. Interesting the Pope wrote the Earth ‘may not’ be the centre of the universe rather than ‘is not the centre of the universe.’ The difference we can assure you is profound. Given the fact that in his time heliocentrism was still considered the scientific truth by his Jesuits, one surely would have expected the Pope to say ‘is not the centre.’ One could equally say Pope Benedict XV with the words ‘may not be’ did not accept the heliocentrism ‘of modern astronomers’ insisted on by the Holy Office in 1820. This Pope, like all the popes since 1616, not one of them explicitly denied the 1616 decree officially, or abrogated the decree by way of the Magisterium.





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  • Quick comment:

    Mr. Konkel's point:

    8.  I do hold to that opinion, so no, it does not bother me.  I should note though that my argument was never that a theory is right because a certain number of people hold to it.  Rather, I believe that nearly all biologists hold to evolution because they are well informed and the evidence for it is overwhelming.

    Darwinian evolution, defies the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics.

    But then, "most" [biologists] are weak in the hard sciences, so they would be prone to thinking small things [derive] to be more complex.
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    There appears to be a need for two typo corrections, above.
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    Most biologists are weak in the hard sciences, so they are consequently prone to derive their questionable thinking in small things from misunderstandings of more complex issues.
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    IOW, if these biologists were stronger in the hard sciences, they wouldn't be so vulnerable to making mistakes in their thinking on small matters because they would not have been deceived by popular errors (e.g., the fallacy of evolution) in more complex issues, such as the age of the earth (the SAND upon which the illusion of evolution is founded).
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    When it comes to how old the earth is, the fact of the matter is that no one was around to witness the world millions of years ago, no one was there to write down in durable form the state of nature at the time. Actually, even if they HAD been around writing down their observations, they would have had no idea how what they saw and recorded would become different in the future, millions of years later. So their observations would likely have been highly inadequate from a standpoint of modern times.
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    Go to any museum of natural history and observe a glaring problem: In the geology section, they say the rocks can be dated by looking at the FOSSILS that are found embedded in them, and we get the age of these fossils from the paleontologists. But go down the hall and around the corner to the biology department, and find them saying that they get the age of the fossils from the geologists who dated the rocks! They use a circular argument, which is a logical fallacy. Nobody really knows how old the rocks OR the fossils are! 
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    There is nothing inherently reliable about rocks to divulge their age. They don't have date stamps on them.
    There is nothing inherently reliable about fossils to identify their age. No date stamps.
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    A dolphin's rotting corpse was found on a beach in Hawaii, and some of its sun-bleached bones were sent in to determine their age (there was still muscle and nerve tissue present, which were removed from the samples). The lab came back with a date of over 20,000 years. So much for the reliability of bone dating.
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    A forest of petrified trees are found standing with strata of sedimentary rock surrounding them, which could only happened if the whole forest of living, standing trees had been suddenly buried by torrents of sediment from several phases of intense flooding that buried the forest in layers of differing silt, clay, sand, gravel and larger stones. But the so-called geologists dismiss this hypothesis a priori since it conflicts with their agenda of an "old earth" in favor of a falsified theory that says the petrified trees somehow stood upright for hundreds of thousands of years while the various sedimentary layers were laid down over enormous time. Never mind the problem with petrified trees standing up protruding out of the ground without any evidence of weathering increasing the higher up one looks at the trees. Never mind the problem of how the trees became petrified in the first place without first being buried alive. Never mind all the contradictions! What matters is the great immensity of age in the "old earth" theory.
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    Rather, I believe that nearly all biologists hold to evolution because they are well informed and the evidence for it is overwhelming.
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    Problem: there is rather no evidence whatsoever for evolution. 
    To say the "evidence is overwhelming" is a bald-faced LIE.
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    There is a growing body of biologists who are convinced of the fallacy of so-called evolution, and their contribution to sound thinking is increasing daily. To hang on to the failing and outmoded bad hypothesis of "evolution" is to cling to fairy tales for grown-ups!
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  • http://sodalitium-pianum.com/evolution-and-the-sspx-part-i/

    Here is part 1 of the reply from Sean to Todd Konkel:

    Evolution and the SSPX (Part I):
    by
    Sean Johnson
    4/14/18

    “In the year, from the creation of the world, when in the beginning God created heaven and earth, five thousand one hundred and ninety-nine; from the flood, two thousand nine hundred and fifty-seven; from the birth of Abraham, two thousand and fifteen; from Moses and the coming of the Israelites out of Egypt, one thousand five hundred and ten; from the anointing of King David, one thousand and thirty-two; in the sixty-fifth week, according to the prophecy of Daniel; in the one hundred and ninety-fourth Olympiad; in the year seven hundred and fifty-two from the founding of the city of Rome; in the forth-second year of the empire of Octavian Augustus, when the whole world was at peace, in the sixth age of the world, Jesus Christ, eternal God, and Son of the eternal Father, desirous to sanctify the world by His most merciful coming, having been conceived of the Holy Ghost, and nine months having elapsed since His conception, is born in Bethlehem in Juda, having become man of the Virgin Mary.”
    Martyrologium Romanum (reading for the 25th day of December)

     
    Things are getting wild in the SSPX.

    In late March, St. Mary’s College professor, Mr. Andrew Senior (son of the late, great author and professor, John Senior) went public to rebut the accordist writings of Fr. Paul Robinson, by submitting a strong objection to The Remnant (a rebuttal which also more or less accused the SSPX US District Superior Fr. Jurgen Wegner of lying about being surprised by Rome’s having taken steps to “remove all doubt” about the validity of SSPX marriages), which Mr. Senior flatly says he believes was all pre-arranged.

    We quite agree, since we had previously been told by another Society priest that Fr. Angles had been in Rome for some time, working with the Romans to find the right “solution” (i.e., face-saving compromise) to the “problem” of SSPX marriages.

    More recently, another St. Mary’s College professor (Mr. Todd Konkel) has gone public in an attempt to come to the rescue of Fr. Robinson’s new book on the Cathinfo forum; an attempt which ended not only in Mr. Konkel’s defense of the “old earth” theory against the most common traditional and patristic interpretations of the Creation account in Genesis (and which also contradicts the idea of sentire cum ecclesia -“thinking with the Church”- as evinced by the quoted selection above contained in the Roman martyrology, which itself constitutes part of the liturgical office of Prime), but which ultimately ended in a defense of….evolution.
    On the one hand, we admire the candor and courage of Mr. Konkel: He says plainly what he thinks, and was willing to enter into hostile territory (i.e., Cathinfo) in order to do it, knowing the opposition he would encounter.
    We wish there was more of that courage and candor in Tradition!

    Yet, having an open and public evolutionist teaching philosophy at an ostensibly traditional Catholic college, and therefore being placed in a position of formative influence over those minds which will one day form traditional Catholic families and shape Catholic attitudes in the future, and who presumably chose to attend St. Mary’s College in the hopes of receiving a good education, protected from the vileness of the secular and conciliar universities, seems somehow dangerous and incongruent.

    In fairness to Mr. Konkel, he has yet to define what kind of evolution he is endorsing (despite a request from Cathinfo’s “Mr. G” to do so): Micro, macro, or some other variant.  Perhaps he will walk through the escape hatch I have just opened for him, and all will be well.  Or perhaps this a debate tactic, which will allow him the final opportunity to distinguish and counter, so he holds his peace.  Or perhaps he is simply unaware of the request to clarify.   But in the absence of that clarification, we will make the presumption that Mr. Konkel promotes evolution as that term is commonly understood by most people (“macro evolution”), and we shall be most relieved if he should later disclaim it:

    That over billions of years, life evolved from single-cell species into higher and more diverse, distinct species, eventually culminating in man.

    And though Mr. Konkel has stated he does not teach evolution in his classes, that no longer matters:
    He came out publicly, and his vigorous endorsement and promotion of  evolution is now inextricably attached to his status as a professor at an SSPX college.  His continued presence there is a sign of continuing revolution and evolution within the SSPX.
    If Mr. Konkel should never breath one word of evolution on campus, he will nevertheless remain a symbol of the SSPX’s new openness (another parallel to the crisis in the conciliar church!).

    In truth, I wish no ill consequence to Mr. Konkel.  I hope he believes that.  I already stated he has some admirable, virile qualities.  Likely as not, he has a family depending on him, bills, and all the responsibilities and stresses of the rest of us.   But it was Mr. Konkel who freely chose to come out in public and make his position known.  I did not force him to do that.  Presumably, he considered all the possible consequences beforehand, and after mature reflection, decided defending evolution was more important than all those other concerns.

    Or, he knows he has nothing to worry about from the SSPX (which has said nothing in response to his promotion of evolution at the time of this article), and my concerns for his welfare are misplaced and unnecessary.

    In any case, the welfare of the students (and faithful) needs to be considered, and that is the highest consideration.
    As regards the SSPX, they must consider what message they are sending by maintaining a public evolutionist on staff.  Perhaps they are sending precisely the message (especially to Rome) they want to send: The old “ignorant” SSPX is gone.
    Incidentally, this distinction between the “paleo-SSPX” and the “neo-SSPX” is no longer a distinction used exclusively by Resistance bloggers.  Rather, the same distinction was recently made by Mr. Nicolas Lessard (i.e., the groom in the recent Canadian marriage debacle, in his comments to The Remnant):

    “This next generation is free from the bitterness and resentment that it’s predecessors are carrying.” here
    The neo-SSPX has contempt for (and is embarrassed by) the old SSPX.

    But that these new attitudes and perspectives are indeed novel within Tradition is beyond dispute, and insofar as the SSPX will tolerate or permit those closely allied to its apostolate to promote evolution, it is a development (I almost said “evolution”) which stands in stark contrast to its own former positions -- 
    (e.g., as evinced by the irrefutable February/1997 Angelus article by Dr. Peter Jackson, The Devolution of Evolution, still archived on SSPX.org here).
    .[see below].

    In Part II of this article, I will address a number of questions and observations Mr. Konkel initially made to “Incredulous” (i.e., A personage on the Cathinfo forum), but subsequently addressed to me after I came to the latters’ defense (the substance of which comprised Sodalitium Pianum’s previous article, A Response to VLM).

    In Part III,  I will post a number of questions which I addressed to Mr. Konkel (At which point the conversation was still fixed on his endorsement of “old earth theory,” and he had not yet admitted to being an evolutionist, which is not to suggest he was hiding it), and the frank answers he provided, which confirmed my suspicion that he was defending “old earth theory” as a support for his belief in evolution, and offer some comments to those responses.

    Finally, Part IV of this series will contain scientific articles and refutations of “old earth” theory and evolution (science which Mr. Konkel has already announced he is ill-disposed to entertain).

    PS: I will also create an “evolution” category, from whence readers can easily access all installments/articles on the topic.
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    In the following post, I'm copying that page from the archives so it's here on CI.
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  • THE DEVOLUTION OF EVOLUTION
    Dr. Terry Jackson
    Originally featured in the February 1997 issue of The Angelus magazine.
    In 1947, Bishop O’Gara was imprisoned by the Chinese Communists and wrote from his prison cell regarding the Marxist indoctrination of his flock. A number of them were “hopeless” to the new regime and were executed. Those considered “salvageable” had to attend a week-long class as the new “People’s Republic” was born. His letter described the retraining classes. He does not refer to Marxist philosophy, redistribution of wealth, or even basic socialist principles, but rather Darwinian evolution. This was what was considered the first vital step towards a cooperative communist populace. Eliminate God the Creator, eliminate original sin, replace God with the State.

    The Communists utilized Darwin’s observations of natural selection1 (which are valid observations) to advance a concept that all life, humans included, is pure chance resulting from environmental pressures existing for untold millions of years slowly molding them into their current status. The beginnings of life resulted from chance occurrences with random molecules. From a primordial ooze came the first living cell which became a two-celled organism and, billions of years later, became a human being, an organism of 100 trillion cells. The Chinese relied upon Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution to undermine the religious foundation of millions of faithful. Those too strong to crack were eliminated.2

    In our education system, evolution is firmly established. This training begins at age three and is continually reinforced throughout life. Though a much less physically violent elimination process occurs in the U.S., anyone holding to creationism and its Scriptural foundations or to religious beliefs regarding a Creator are mocked and ridiculed. The Genesis account of Noe and the Flood is the favored target.3

    Evolution as a doctrine carries immense importance to the enemies of Christianity:

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    Christianity has fought, still fights, and will fight science to the desperate end over evolution, because evolution destroys utterly and finally the very reason Jesus’ earthly life was supposedly made necessary. Destroy Adam and Eve and the original sin, and in the rubble you will find the sorry remains of the son of God. Take away the meaning of His death. If Jesus was not the redeemer who died for our sins, and this is what evolution means, then Christianity is nothing.4
    Darwin hoped to make evolution a new religion. It was embraced by Karl Marx1, is taught in our public schools as the state religion5 and is publicly accepted by Pope John Paul II.

    Yet, the theory of evolution has no scientific basis.6, 7 It derives solely from Darwin’s observations of natural selection as well as countless imaginary drawings. No genuine evidence exists to support it,8, 9 despite the fact that fraudulent and manipulated drawings and specimens are frequently utilized.

    It is important to define two subsets of the term evolution: micro evolution and macro evolution [usually spelled, macroevolution]. Micro evolution [usually spelled, microevolution] refers to the study of minor variations that occur in populations over time as observed in, for instance, the coloration of the peppered moth, beaks of Galapagos finches (Darwin’s observation), and selective animal and plant breeding. Macro evolution is the study of the origin of major innovations. These are new organs, structures (e.g., fish scales evolving into feathers), or body plans. Darwin’s natural selection acting on random variation is a valid concept accounting for micro evolution (e.g., drought-resistant wheat, hip dysplasia in dogs, a shorter race of men resulting from the taller men being lost to the gene pool because of war deaths).

    But Darwin’s natural selection acting on random variation is invalid when applied to macro evolution10 and macro evolution is basically what the controversy is all about. The theory of macro evolution is supported by omissions, fraud, and deceit to be made plausible.

    The theory of evolution requires a number of assumptions:

    • Life arose spontaneously as a single-cell.
    • This cell produced two cells, each identical to the first cell and each capable of growing and producing two more cells. This production process continues for millions of years and the new cells constantly improve in capability and complexity. A spontaneous mistake in this replication process, however, produces a super cell which then produces more super cells. Over time, a two-celled organism is produced.
    • Eons of time are required.
    • Generally constant conditions (e.g., temperature, pressure, sunlight, magnetic field, humidity) with only slight changes.
    • Life forms are gradually molded into different types of organisms (e.g., birds, cactus, ants, polar bears, bacteria, snakes, man).
    No evidence is available in the fossil record to support any of these assumptions,6, 7, 9 not even for two-celled organisms. Explaining the immense variety in nature is difficult for the evolutionists. The lungfish provides for an interesting example of this.

    This organism was discovered in a small pond in the middle of an African desert made just 30 hours before in a flooding rainstorm, the first in 28 months. Dozens of vibrant healthy lungfish were in the same pond. It has been found that the lungfish is capable of surviving long periods of drought, up to four years in a carefully constructed underground burrow which it inhabits when water begins to dry up. It enters a dormant state and waits for the next rainstorm. Evolutionary biologists claim the organism to be “unchanged for 60 million years.”Let’s go back 60 million years and imagine how the lungfish might have “evolved.”

    The fossil record shows this organism appearing suddenly. No transitional forms are available to support adequately the theory of its evolution. But admitting there might be transitional life forms yet unfound, how would the lungfish arrive according to the theory of evolution? —A non-lungfish interacting with environmental change turns into a lungfish capable of surviving four years of extreme temperatures (in excess of 130°F) and no moisture. As the weather gradually changes so must the “lungfish in training” —generation after generation, no mistakes, learning to burrow into the mud to a depth neither too shallow, or be baked, nor too deep, or be trapped. It must secrete an exact amount of slime to harden into its protective covering and lower its heart rate to one beat every 10-20 minutes. During this evolutionary training period of, let’s say, 30 million years, the weather must change gradually.... What would happen if after 15 million years the lungfish trainee has only learned to burrow up to its pectoral fins? If it doesn’t rain sufficiently, the animal’s tail will get quite a suntan!

    The mechanism for lungfish survival is a tricky problem for evolutionary biologists. Thousands of unanswered problems like the lungfish exist for the evolutionist.

    A new theory, however, “punctuated equilibrium,” has been proposed to help evolutionary biologists through these difficult problems. Punctuated equilibrium proposes sudden leaps in animal forms. For example, chickens lay eggs hatching into chickards (e.g., half-chicken, half-lizard).

    A current eighth-grade science book attempts to provide proof for the punctuated equilibrium theory. It cites examples of a certain snail shell which undergoes dramatic changes in its shell opening and spiral. The student is taught that this accelerated evolutionary change took only a few hundred thousand years, a drop in the bucket for the evolutionist. The identical changes have been observed in 3½ months in a classroom aquarium caused by a buildup of calcium carbonate in the tank!

    Evolution of species from a common ancestor produces more problems for the evolutionists. Their creative imaginations and artistic imagery, however, reveal that nothing is impossible. Even the mathematically impossible becomes their reality! Other fields of science follow the same pattern. Geologists date fossils at billions of years. Astronomers discover new galaxies which they say demonstrate “eons” of time. They describe the solar system all starting with a swirling cloud of gas. Microbiologists, biochemists, and biophysicists describe the evolutionary significance of DNA similarities, reverse transcriptase amino acid sequencing, and histone densities in chromosomes.

    The bottom line is that evolution is a fact a priori ! Its fine points will be all worked out later. If discrepancies crop up, they are pushed aside in denial of the evidence. “Man came from an ape,” says the evolutionist, who is confident that the ape-man “missing link” will be dug up somewhere. Just give it enough time and this will all be worked out!

    One of the primary concepts for the beginning student of evolution is comparative embryology. A beginning biology course is actually a beginning evolution course. The following example is typical of the deceit required to introduce evolutionary theory.
    In this illustration,3 the student is shown a series of embryonic comparisons to prove evolution at work. These drawings were originally produced by an embryologist by the name of Haeckel. These essentially identical embryonic forms are from a wide variety of organisms, i.e., reptile, fish, bird, and human. The student is expected to assume that humans repeat their evolutionary past as they develop in the uterus.

    It is common knowledge that Haeckel produced these drawings only after altering the specimens (Fig. 3).11, 12 True, the human embryo actually looks like this (Fig. 2) at an early stage.12 But, note how in Fig. 3 the “striking similarities” (Fig. 1a) are only because of obvious surgical excision of 50% of the human embryo’s essential organs! The text for Fig. 1b describes “fish-like” structures forming in early embryos of humans. This text is incomplete and misleading. As in fish, yes, the human embryo develops pharyngeal pouches. In fish, however, “pouches” differentiate into gills. In the human, eustachian tubes, thymus and parathyroid glands develop from them. At no time during human embryonic development do these pouches function in a vestigial or useless manner.13 In the human embryo they function as templates (or scaffolding) for angiogenesis—the formation of developing blood vessels.14 It is clear that scientific accuracy is not the issue here; the evolutionary agenda is.5
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    "Evidence" of evolution from comparative embryology. (Fig. 1a) Very early embryos of vertebrates retain striking similarities. (Fig. 1b) Fishlike structure still form in early embryos of reptiles, birds, and mammals.
    For example, a two-chambered heart, certain veins, and portions of arteries called aortic arches develop in a fish embryo and persist in adult fishes. The same structures form in an early human embryo.
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    Haeckel's drawing of his "embryo of man in the fish stage." (Fig. 3) Note that more than half of the essential organs have been removed or mutilated in order to make the human embryo (Fig. 2) more closely resemble those of the fish, reptile, and bird (Fig. 1a).
    What are we to make of the “scientific” evidence claiming extraordinary age for the earth? Evolutionary chemists use radiometric techniques to “prove” this planet to be about 4.8 billion years old. A favorite method is the potassium-argon system, used to date many fossilized specimens. The layers of gradual accumulation of sediments “over millions and millions of years” gives vivid “proof” of an ancient earth. These layers are dated using “state of the art” methods firmly establishing, they say, the notion of gradual evolutionary change; the simple, older organisms at the bottom and the more complex, younger life forms at the top. According to evolutionary thought fossilized remains have been entombed in sediment over millions of years, leaving a record of gradually evolving life forms to “prove” that evolution carefully molded every living organism.

    This dating technique was recently tested for accuracy and failed.15 Three independent laboratories were sent a sample of basalt produced by an Hawaiian volcanic eruption less than 200 years ago. The testing results varied from 20 million years to 3 billion years.16, 17

    On the other hand, let’s consider a global flood depositing sediments world-wide. The fossil record gives evidence of violent death.18 Thousands of wide-eyed fossilized fish, fins still extended. Apparent rapid and violent live burial of clams with intact closed shells. (Slow sedimentary burial would result in open shells unhinged by decayed ligatures.)19

    It is known that a frothing phenomenon in a liquid environment, such like what a global deluge would cause, rapidly leaches out potassium and argon isotopes, much like dunking a tea bag rapidly into 20 cups of hot water. (Certainly, there isn’t much “flavor” left after the twentieth dunking!) The remaining potassium and argon isotopes in rocks are the very ones which, because of their small remaining concentrations, allow evolutionists to claim an ancient earth. On the contrary, it is on account of the leaching of these precise isotopes in a probable violent flood that rocks have these minute concentrations, not because they are billions of years old.

    Proponents of the theory of evolution cannot demonstrate a sequential progression in the fossil record from one type of organism to another. No progression exists,9 no evidence that one type of organism ever evolved into another type.6 Millions of fossils exist but not one sequential example.7 Even the giraffe’s neck remains the same length in the fossil record! 10
    The theory of evolution requires enormous amounts of time for countless changes in organisms. In evolutionary geography, evolutionists claim proof exists for the vast amount of time required for gradual evolutionary change. The beginning student is shown topographical comparisons between land masses. In the example illustrated here, South America and Africa nearly fit together like pieces of a puzzle (Fig. 4). Evolutionists says these two continents were “once joined together in one larger land mass,” a plausible statement, “and have been slowly drifting apart at the rate of 18 to 26 inches a year for millions of years.” 19 (This is a questionable statement.)
    "Evolution" Jigsaw!
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    If one examines the barrier reef along each continent the fit is nearly perfect except where major rivers dumping tons of sediment, like the Amazon, affect the topography. But, if evolutionary geographers are correct in their time-frame, the sediment from the Amazon over millions of years suggests that the shoreline of South America should look something like this (Fig. 5). The Genesis account of the flood provides a better explanation in the massive upheavals which tore the continents apart, most probably only recently. The committed students of the theory of evolution are too deeply immersed to be concerned about these minor discrepancies that destroy the entire theory.

    Anthropology claims to have a fair amount of support for the theory of evolution. Piecemeal bone fragments, it says, provide glimpses at our ape-like ancestors. However, a lot of fraudulent input exists from this discipline also. A few examples:

    • A piece of bone dated at 5 million years was thought to be the collarbone of a human-like creature. This bone is actually part of a dolphin rib.2
    • Hesperopithecos, cited as evidence for very early man in North America, was a skull entirely formulated from a single molar tooth from a fossil pig.20, 21 This does not reflect well on evolutionary anthropologists. Shouldn’t a pig’s tooth be part of a pig’s skull?
    • Piltdown Man, claimed to be the earliest Englishman, was another hoax. This was compiled from the jawbone of an orangutan and a modern human skull.13 A student priest (Tielhard de Chardin) was involved in this hoax which included teeth filed to make them appear human and chemical staining of the jawbone and teeth to give an old appearance.22
    • Peking Man (1929) was constructed from a skull cap closely resembling that of a great ape (furnished by Teilhard de Chardin). The cast of Peking Man, which took two years to construct, no longer exists. All that remains is a plastic model which itself was not taken from the original. This is on display in the Red Chinese Hall of Science and Evolution Exhibit. The original material has been “lost.” 22

    Having personally examined thousands of x-rays, I have noticed certain tendencies in bone structure which correlate with old age. The skull cavity and facial bones become more prominent with age. Older humans have a different appearance than their younger counterparts due in part to these characteristics.
    Examine the human skull fragments pictured and note the predominant orbital bones. Evolutionary anthropology interprets these to be our ape-like ancestors. Sacred Scripture, however, records humans with longevity far beyond modern man’s lifespan. The more aged the individual, the more prominent the orbital bones.
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    28-6210 H. sapiens neander-thalensis Calvaria28-4741 H. sapiens neander-thalensis Cranium28-4746 H. sapiens neander-thalensis Calvaria
    People Magazine (Dec. 23, 1996) gave tribute to anthropologist Mary Leakey:

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    "The footprints, apparently made by two adults and a child, were so clear,”Mary Leakey said afterward. “They could have been left this morning.” In fact, they had been preserved in hardened volcanic ash at Laetoli in the Serengeti Plain in Tanzania for 3.6 million years and the primates that left them were not human —at least not quite.
    Quite a statement! Sadly, most readers readily accept every word. They have been exposed to a steady diet of this dogma for their entire life. But, let’s add a few facts to their “facts.”

    How can Ms. Leakey state so dogmatically the age of these footprints? We have seen how 200-year-old volcanic residue yields grossly distorted ages! How would she explain the documented fact23 of the discovery of dinosaur and human footprints fossilized in the same rocks even though evolutionists like her claim that humans arrived 70 million years after the dinosaurs became extinct! Another remarkable fact: a human sandal print fossilized with a crushed trilobite which evolutionists claim became extinct hundreds of millions of years ago. These seldom-mentioned discoveries and hundreds more like them telescope the earth’s history into a period of time of thousands of years instead of millions or billions. Evolutionists can’t accept this.

    Back to People Magazine:

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    Their discovery [of footprints] in 1978 thrilled Leakey because they showed, she said, “That those prehistoric hominoids walked upright, freeing their hands. This new freedom posed a challenge,” she wrote in National Geographic. “The brain expanded to meet it, and mankind was formed.”
    This seems to show incredible imagination!

    The article continues:

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    Previously, in 1959, working in the Olduvai Gorge near the Tanzania-Kenya border, Leakey had unearthed and pieced together 400 fragments of a skull from a 1.75 million year old proto-human, pushing back the time line of human evolution by more than a million years.
    We can imagine Ms. Leakey on her hands and knees at the bottom of a gravel pit slowly and tediously picking and cataloging each fragment. Then begins the tedious job of assembling the skull. Finally the skull is assembled, the missing areas of skull are filled in, an artist is contacted and a picture of this early pre-human is soon available just in time for a press conference.
    Quite a number of anthropologists strongly criticize Ms. Leakey, her discoveries and interpretations. Mrs. Leakey had little formal education, no credentials. Dr. Greg Kirby made an interesting observation:6

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    If you were to spend your life picking up bones and finding little fragments of head and little fragments of jaw, there is a very strong desire there to exaggerate the importance of those fragments.
    Is it only coincidental Ms. Leakey’s discovery came when the Leakey’s research funding was nearly exhausted? Four hundred bone fragments in the hands of the right person could produce a workable model of the Titanic.

    As new physical discoveries are made, the theory of evolution has to adapt. In 1989 a “glucose pump” was discovered in certain mammals. Existing in mammalian cells, hundreds of these molecules “pop” up into the membrane of skeletal muscle cells to crisscross the cell membrane several times over. When activated by insulin, glucose is actively pumped into the cells, thus lowering blood sugar. When insulin levels drop the “glucose pumps” drop back inside the cell. Evolutionary molecular biologists estimate that this process alone required 20-45 million years to evolve.

    As the years accumulate in the mind of the evolutionist, the existence of a Supreme Being becomes faint and gives rise to humanism. The concepts of original sin, the Redemption, and the Resurrection are lost. God ceases to exist. But even apart from supernatural revelation, the existence of God can be demonstrated. The first and easiest to understand is the way of St. Thomas Aquinas according to movement :

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    It is certain, and evident to our senses, that in this world some things are in motion. Now whatever is in motion is put in motion by another, for nothing can be in motion unless it is in potency to that towards which it is in motion. But a thing moves in so far as it is in act. For motion is nothing else than the reduction of something from potency to act. But nothing can be reduced from potency to act except by something in a state of act.24
    St. Thomas teaches that only something already in motion can cause another thing to move. He also points out how potential (potency) becomes action (act) by another thing already in act. If we trace the chain of movement backwards, we find that there must have been a first mover (i.e., something in act) from which all potency becomes act. This is the conclusion of St. Thomas’s more down-to-earth version of the cosmological argument.

    Materialists would tell us that movement is to be traced back infinitely. This is to say that movement is an inherent property of matter. St. Thomas answers:

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    But this cannot go on to infinity, because then there would be no first mover, and consequently no other mover, seeing that subsequent movers move only because they are moved by the first mover, just as the staff moves only because it is moved by the hand.24
    But what if we maintain that movement is an inherent property of matter? This objection contradicts the laws of physics that “a body at rest will continue at rest forever unless compelled by some force to move.” Secondly, the question regarding where motion first came from remains unanswered. The premise is assigning the status of “God” to matter itself.

    The teleological argument —the argument of final ends —for a vastly superior intelligent first mover has different aspects. All deal with the ordering of things to some end or plan.

    Here is the one aspect given by St. Thomas Aquinas:

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    We see things which lack knowledge, such as natural bodies, act for an end, and this is evident from their acting always, or nearly always, in the same way, so as to obtain the best result. Hence it is evident that they achieve their end not by chance, but by design. Now whatever lacks knowledge cannot move towards an end unless it be directed by some being endowed with knowledge and intelligence, as the arrow is directed by the archer.24
    The other aspect deals with the incredible order and complexity present in the world, which argues for an incredibly intelligent and powerful Creator. Ironically, the cult of Environmentalism [The Angelus, March, 1996] readily admits to the facts used to demonstrate the existence of God, and to refute the materialist foundation of this same group. Environmentalists tell us of the wonderful and widespread order that exists in nature, and that could be even better if man would leave it alone. They love to tell us of the self-sustaining complexities of biosystems on both the macro and micro scales. Further, they do us the favor of emphasizing that man indeed is not a necessary part of this system, but that it operates according to design. Where did all this wonderful and complex order come from? Environmentalists answer that it all evolved by chance from lifeless matter. Once again we have the same problem as before, only now a little further down the road. What caused matter to begin to move in the first place, and who organized it to produce life? The law of entropy is that everything in nature tends towards its least energetic and organized state. It is impossible for something unorganized to become organized by itself, or for life to come from non-life. Environmentalists and evolutionists alike are forced, if they consider these things openly and honestly, to admit the existence of a Supreme Being.

    In the majority of cases, men will not recognize the existence of God because of the consequences it will have on their lives. They will have to either reform their life-style or live with the sting of conscience if they do not. Man is a rational animal and requires a rational explanation even from himself as to why he lives as he does. To this end, men who wish to live lives of pleasure and godlessness try to explain to themselves there is no God. This is the driving force for the highly-developed scientific system of rational sounding fiction called the theory of evolution. Science has become the realm of those who wish to make matter their god, and to prove this view with whatever is required to deceive people, including themselves. But these supposed scientific proofs and evidences should not cause any Catholic to lose or become doubtful of his Faith, for we have been warned beforehand:

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    For there shall be a time when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires they will heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears, and will indeed turn away their hearing from the truth, but will be turned unto fables (II Tim. 4:3-4).
    An excellent online source on the subject of creation vs. evolution is the Center for Scientific Creation (www.creationscience.com). Though the author, Dr. Walt Brown, is a Protestant, nevertheless, his scientific analyses are objective.
    FOOTNOTES

    FOOTNOTES
    • The Troubled Waters of Evolution (San Diego: Creation-Life Publishers, 1974, p.42) Dr. Henry Morris.
    • The Surrender to Secularism (St. Louis: The Cardinal Mindzenty Foundation, Inc.,1967. p.11).
    • Cecie Starr, Biology, Wadsworth Publishers, 1994, p.213
    • Richard Bozarth, “The Meaning of Evolution,” The American Atheist, Vol. 20, #2, February 1978, p.30.
    • H. S. Lipson, FRS (Professor of Physics, University of Manchester UK) "A Physicist Looks at Evolution,” Physics Bulletin, Vol. 31, 1980, p.138.
    • Dr. David M. Raup (Curator of Geology, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago), “Conflicts Between Darwin and Paleontology,” Field Museum of Natural History Bulletin, Vol. 50(1) Jan. 1979, p.25.
    • David B. Kitts, Ph.D. (Zoology) “Paleontology and Evolutionary Theory,” Evolution, Vol. 28, 1974, p.467.
    • G.A. Kerkut, Ph.D. (Physiology, Biochemistry), Implications of Evolution, Pergamon, 1960, p.148.
    • Loren Eiseley, Ph.D. (Anthropology) “The Secret of Life,” Immense Journey, Random House, New York, 1957, p.199.
    • John Wiester, Chairman, Science Education Commission American Scientific Affiliation as quoted in the Wall Street Journal Letters, September 25, 1996.
    • Stephen Jay Gould “Racism and Recapitulation,” Natural History 84 (6) June-July, pp.18-25.
    • Francis Hitching, The Neck of the Giraffe: Where Darwin Went Wrong (New Haven, Connecticut: Ticknor and Fields, 1982) p.204-205.
    • Wallace Johnson, The Case Against Evolution, CCCR Press, 1976, p.16-17.
    • Dr. Henry Morris, The Troubled Waters of Evolution.
    • Wallace Johnson, The Case Against Evolution, CCCR Press, p.31.
    • Frederic B. Jueneman, FAIC, “Secular Catastrophism,” Industrial Research and Development, June, 1982, p.21.
    • William D. Stansfield, Ph.D. (Biology), The Science of Evolution, MacMillan, New York, p.82, p.84, 1977.
    • Robert Jastrow, Ph.D. (Physics), Director Institute for Space Studies USA; “The Dinosaur Massacre,” Omega Science Digest, March/April, 1984, p.23.
    • Stephen Jay Gould (Professor of Geology and Paleontology, Harvard University) “The Validation of Continental Drift,” Ever Since Darwin, Burnett Books, 1978, pp.161-62.
    • Professor Henry Fairfield Osborn, Natural History Museum, New York.
    • Illustrated London News, June 24, 1922.
    • Wallace Johnson, The Case Against Evolution, CCCR Press, 1976, p.18-20.
    • George Mulfinger and Donald Snyder, Earth Science for Christian Schools, Bob Jones University, Greenville, South Carolina, 1979, p.290.
    • St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica, I, Q.2, A.3.
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    Sean Johnson's A Response to VLM is very good. Here is one note found therein:

    • Why did he have this Novus Ordo publisher publish his work?

    (Note: The only other instance of an SSPX priest having his work published by a non-SSPX publisher of which I am aware was Fr. Celier’s notorious “Benedict XVI and the Traditionalists,” which did such damage to the SSPX 11 years ago.  He actually had his Freemasonic friend, Jean Luc Maxence --a blasphemer (!) and hater of Archbishop Lefebvre-- write the Foreword to it.[6]

    Could it be that when the SSPX suspects a great scandal will arise from a book they want published, they try to deflect a certain amount of responsibility by having it published out of house, in case they should later want to avail themselves of plausible deniability?)


    [6] Google: “Jean Luc Maxence Fr. Celier,” and you will get some scary results.  Yet I have never read or heard that Fr. Celier received any disciplinary consequences from Menzingen for this outrage.  On the contrary, SSPX.org has excerpted from that perfidious work, for example in the article “How to Interpret Archbishop Lefebvre” here: http://sspx.org/en/how-interpret-archbishop-lefebvre
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    The part that got me thinking was this:
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    Could it be that when the SSPX suspects 
    a great scandal will arise from a book they want published, 
    they try to deflect a certain amount of responsibility 
    by having it published out of house,
    in case they should later want to
    avail themselves of plausible deniability?
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    Every so often you find something worth memorizing, and it seems to me this is one of those times.
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    Thank you, Sean Johnson!
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  • Part 3, Miss Paula Haigh's argument that Fr. Jaki is an evolutionist is valid,
    but in this topic, SSPX supporters hit us with a surprising twist:

    They too, like JP II, believe in evolution... or some morphed form of it.  :jester:



    Consider for a moment, how sad the neo-SSPX's condition is?

    Their theology teachers believe the same thing that the atheist, Charles Darwin and the Talmudic father of Communism, Karl Marx, believed.


    Karl Marx even tried to dedicate his book to Charles Darwin:
    “From a sincere admirer, Karl Marx.”
    Marx knew his Communist theories would not survive without evolution.


    Ask yourself, how can the SSPX be supporting evolutionary theory, when it is the main support of all communist errors?

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  • "It was his Special theory that began the tale about looking back in time, the one the Professor repeats way above. "

    So is it your position that light in fact does not travel?  It is not a motion?  
    Out of curiosity, do you also hold one to be heretical if he denies that each of the creation days were distinct 24 hour periods of time?


    No TKonkel, it is not my opinion that light does not travel, is not in motion, or to put it in another way has not a finite speed, is not instantanious but succesive. It was Domenico Cassini, God's astronomer who found no evidence for Newton's heliocentrism and stuck with Tycho de Brahe's geocentric model, who first discovered that light takes time to travel. He announced this in his Ephemerides Bononienses Medicorem Siderum (1668), but wanted to be sure before he confirmed it in science. An astronomer named Ole Romer joined King Louis XIV's Academy run by Cassini in 1672. Four years later:

    ' Ole Romer employed them (Cassini's findings) in 1676 to demonstrate the finite nature of the speed of light.' (Biographical Encyclopaedia of astronomers), p. 206) 

    So it was the geocentrist Cassini who first confirmed the fact that light moves with a speed.
    Indeed wasn't it Sir George Airy (1802-1892) who in 1871 used the FACT that light moves at different speeds to FALSIFY the theory that stellar aberration proves the earth is orbiting the sun.
    No doubt TKonkel you want to see if I believe the light from an exploding nova takes time to reach us on earth. Of course I do. The only difference between our two different beliefs is that you believe it took billions of light-years for that explosion to be seen on Earth, whereas I believe it took no more than 6-7,000 years for the light to reach us. 'Proofs' are not in the hands of man to secuire, but I base my belief on the word of God as found in Genesis, the only one who KNOWS the truth, and not on the cosmology of Copernicus to Einstein.


    No, I do not hold it heresy to deny the creation was not over six distinct days. The Church has never made this an act of faith like it did with the revelation of an orbiting sun around a stationary Earth. However, after churchmen lost faith in faith and placed their faith in the false Heliocentrism, when long ages evolved from their Nebular theory, like the geocentrism of Scripture when their interpretations of Scripture had to be changed or traditional understandings denied, it was inevitable that the six days of Genesis would have to evolve too less the Church became a laughing stock again as it was when it defined heliocentrism as formal heresy. And, like a heliocentric reading of Scripture, they had to find a way to allow 'science' its interpretation of Genesis's six days.
    So on June 30, 1909, just after Einstein's Relativity, the Biblical commission ruled we could now 'discuss' if the six days of Genesis was literal, or metaphorical (like sunrise and sunset) meaning a 'certain space of time.' I am still waiting for the theistic-evolutionists and long agers to offer Catholicism that 'certain' space of time.' There is no such thing as an evolutionary 'certain space of time,' is there?


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  • Allow me to squeeze in a plug for Dr. Robert Sungenis' wonderful primer Geocentrism 101 which he dedicates to Uncle Al -- you know that one who some would have locked away in the attic or basement closet -- and not without good reason.

    Actually, Dr. Sungenis in a humorous yet truthful way dedicates the aforesaid book to that wild haired man in these words: "This book is dedicated to; Albert Einstein ...who invented the Special Theory of Relativity to keep the speed of light constant and allow the Earth to move; but then invented the General Theory of Relativity and was forced to make the speed of light non-constant and permit the Earth to be motionless in space, and the center of the universe."  Ha, ha -- Amen

     

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