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Some Useful Information About Origins for Students in Undergraduate Biology Classes
science, education, scientists, evolution, creation

Robert DiSilvestro, Ph.D.

Undergraduate biology classes often make statements about origins of life, species or even the universe. In many cases, these statements seem to remove the need for any involvement of a creator God. However, the credibility of many of these statements can be called into question. Below, I provide some short pieces of information that can be used to pose such questions.

The Urey & Miller Origin of Life Experiment
The Big Bang and the origin of the universe
Direct evidence for design in the origin of life
Evolution as an observable, undisputed phenomena
The fossil record and Darwin
Punctuated equilibrium and the fossil record
Human embryos and stages of macroevolution

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