Chapter 19. Evolutionists' Confessions Stating that Plants cannot have Arisen by Way of Evolution
The theory of evolution is at another complete loss to explain the emergence of plants, just as it in with its claims regarding human and animal evolution. Not a single fossil indicates that one plant species was the forerunner of another or else constituted an intermediate form between two species. A great many plant fossils have been unearthed to date, and all share one particular feature: they all are flawless and bear an identical resemblance to their counterparts today.
For example, algae-which evolutionists describe as primitive cells and claim to be the ancestors of all "higher" plants-are known to be have been the same billions of years ago, just as they are today.
It is also impossible to account for the emergence of the photosynthesis produced by plants in terms of chance. Photosynthesis, which we are unable to duplicate even using modern ,technology, and which we can little understand , has been successfully achieved even by the very algae that evolutionists regard as the most "primitive" of plants, for billions of years. All these are signs that botany disproves evolution and corroborates creation.
As always, however, evolutionists cannot admit to this manifest reality:
Chester Arthur Arnold is professor emeritus of botany at The University of Michigan:
Dr. Eldred Corner is professor of botany at Cambridge University:
Edmund J. Ambrose, is emeritus professor at the University of London and head of the Department of Cell Biology at the Chester Beatty Research Institute at the University of London:
From Science News:
Prof. Ali Demirsoy:
Hoimar Von Ditfurth:
B. G. Ranganathan:
Daniel Axelrod is professor of geology and botany at the University of California:
N. F. Hughes is an author on paleobiology and paleobotany:
379- Chester A. Arnold, An Introduction to Paleobotany, New York: Mc Graw-Hill, 1947, p. 7.
381- Ibid., p. 334.
383- Dr. Eldred Corner, Evolution in Contemporary Botanical Thought, Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1961, p. 97.
384- Edmund J. Ambrose, The Nature and Origin of the Biological World, John Wiley & Sons, 1982, p. 164.
385- "Ancient Alga Fossil Most Complex Yet," Science News, Vol. 108, September 20 1975, p. 181.
386- Prof. Dr. Ali Demirsoy, Kalitim ve Evrim ["Inheritance and Evolution"], p. 8.
387- Hoimar Von Ditfurth, Dinozorların Sessiz Gecesi 2 ["The Silent Night of the Dinosaurs 2"], pp. 60-61.
388- Ranganathan, B.G. Origins?, Carlisle, PA: The Banner of Truth Trust, 1988, p.20.
389- Daniel Axelrod, "The Evolution of Flowering Plants," in The Evolution Life, 1959, pp. 264-274.
390- N. F. Hughes, Paleology of Angiosperm Origins: Problems of Mesozoic Seed-Plant Evolution, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, , 1976, pp. 1-2.