Philosophy Explorer wrote:While I accept the theory of evolution as being explanative in a variety of cases, I still remain skeptical as to it being 100%.
Here's something to consider. From the moment that the human egg gets fertilized, it goes through stages that mimics biohistory, the fish stage and other stages of life up to the time it gets born. When it gets born, it has very little hair which is opposite to our primate ancestors having lots of hair. Then later on, the Homo Sapiens man child gets hairier as it grows into manhood and even more hair as it gets very old, opposite to human ancestors which has been losing hair throughout history (from a male perspective, females having even less hair).
Again I'm not saying that the theory is invalid. But I think there are complications it can't handle.
What do you think about this?
You've observed the peak of a lead iceberg. Good start.
First off, let's clarify some terms. This will help you clarify your thinking on this subject.
The evolution of biological life forms
is a fact, not a theory. The evidence is real. Dinosaur bones, trilobite fossils, even holes left by worms two or three billion years ago, all fairly well dated to times that we do not know much about because we were not on this planet back then.
Darwinism is the name of a theory purported to explain the fact of evolution. Evolution is not debatable. However, Darwinism is the stupidest pseudo-scientific theory ever invented, even sillier than phlogiston theory or Aristotelian physics (which declared that heavier objects must fall faster than light objects).
Darwinism's success is due only to its superiority over an even more absurd theory: the 6-day creationism promoted by Bible thumpers, led by nitwits like a Pope who thinks that heaven exists, and your dogs, cats, and pet hamsters will follow you there to be happy forever without you or them doing squat to earn it.
Evolution theories are a shitting contest, biggest turd vs. smelliest turd. Choosing between them is the job of turd connoisseurs. Which is better-- horse apples or cow pies?
My opinion reflects that of the dung beetle: Both of the major theories stink, so that I can easily find them, and roll them up into little shit-balls to feed my offspring.