Comment: Speciation is what Darwin's daring leap of faith was all about

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Speciation is what Darwin's daring leap of faith was all about

spe·ci·a·tion
[spee-shee-ey-shuhn, -see-ey-] Show IPA
noun Biology .
the formation of new species as a result of geographic, physiological, anatomical, or behavioral factors that prevent previously interbreeding populations from breeding with each other.
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There has never been enough time to allow for cross species transitions, simply because there has never been evidence to honestly look for it.

NO huge amount of time is needed to explain changes within every species, but no amount of time is justifiably needed to make extrapolations for Darwin's fanciful notions; because neither he, nor anyone since, has given us ANY proof of transitional creatures, beyond wide speculations, eh?

Faith in Random Chance Ascending to Intelligent Order, over Billions of Years; with No Evidence For, AND Much to the Contrary; is more faith than God would want any of us to place in anyone's so-called science.

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass