Orchid

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Natural selection (or artificial selection) can only choose from the orchids that already exist. It cannot turn seaweed into orchids.

The orchid (left) is a normal beautiful Cattleya. Count the petals. The orchid (below left) is a mutant of the same variety which emerged in our Creation Research orchid house in May 2002. Notice it has lost a petal, a sepal and colour. This is the type of change seen in the real world. We can now select the plant and breed from it to produce a new variety, of degenerate orchid. This brings out a real weakness in evolution - selecting something is not the same as making something. Natural selection (or artificial selection) can only choose from the orchids that already exist. It cannot turn seaweed into orchids.

The June conference in Nottingham UK, saw the first results of many years of our orchid research which glorify God as Creator and expose evolution as fraud. Support such long term Creation Research projects. The cost has been measured in tens of thousands of dollars - the results are measured in eternity as people learn they can trust the written word of God about creation, and the living word of God who is the Creator - Jesus Christ.

Project listed September 2002

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