Evolution’s Skull Game

We have proven that similarity is not proof of evolution (see Evolution’s Great Fallacy). So, what do we have below? Evolutionists would say, “See how the skull evolved over time.” But what we really have is nothing more than a set of skulls of different apes and of a human being lined up by similarity.

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Lined Up By Similarity

To make our point clearer, here are the same skulls lined up by age.

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Lined Up By Age

Evolution’s Great Fallacy

The great fallacy of evolution is:

Similarity proves parentage.

In other words because two animals resemble each other one must give birth to the other . Well, let’s see. A zebra resembles a horse. That must mean zebras give birth to horses or horses give birth to zebras. An alligator is similar to a crocodile; therefore, one of them must give birth to the other. And then there’s the turtles and tortoises and the frogs and toads and the dolphins and porpoises and the donkeys and mules. We could go on.

So, sorry evolutionists but:

Similarity does not prove parentage.