Source: Nature Communications
quote: The theory of Evolution has never been upgraded to a Law because it has never met the requirements, nor will it ever meet the requirements.
quote: It isn't even a very good theory, it is actually a very poor theory because one of the main traits of a good theory is being able to make predictions, and especially predict important discoveries, prior to proof of that discovery. Darwin didn't predict DNA, nor, as far as I know, did any of his disciples.
quote: In fact, we have people like Haeckel who fabricated evidence to try and prove the theory of Evolution was true. In 1976 I went took my science book to the school library and compared Haeckel's drawings to the photographs in the Encyclopedia Britannica and the fabrication was plainly evident! If a theory is credible, then why do you need to fabricate evidence?
quote: A law is a statement based on repeated observation that describes an aspect of the natural world.
quote: It has no predictive power.
quote: A theory is a statement based on repeated observation that explains an aspect of the natural world.
quote: It makes predictions about the rest of the natural world outside the observed circumstances.
quote: Kindly note that a theory is stronger than a law.
quote: In fact, if a theory is proven false in some circumstances it will be downgraded to a law for the circumstances in which it is proven false.
quote: The reason for the stronger statements with predictive power being labelled theories is because science is obsessed with being correct.
quote: Laws are laws because they make no prediction and are therefore entirely verifiable.
quote: It is a very good theory because what it predicts has been shown in every single fossil discovered and in the anatomy of every living being on the planet.