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Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Sunflowers Confound Evolution

If you study on it, you may see that there are various things in nature that may hint at God having a sense of humor, things that he put here for the sake of baffling proponents of particles-to-petunia evolution. Some of these things are extremely simple, but have profound significance that should be humbling to the most arrogant of evolutionists.


Scientists call it "heliotropism", but evolutionists cannot explain *how* sunflowers follow the motion of the sun. Is this fact a small joke from the Creator?
Sunflowers In The Garden At Petit Gennevilliers, Gustave Caillebotte, 1885
Sure, scientists have come up for a mighty expensive word for the way sunflowers follow the sun, and maybe you could learn it and impress your friends (unless they find it pretentious, there's always that chance). But still, sunflowers have no muscles, no brains, nothing to explain how they follow the sun across the sky. Worse yet for creation deniers, when sunflowers are rotated, the eventually set themselves to rights and track the sun again.
Something as commonly observable as sunflowers following the sun is difficult to explain.

Even children can notice that plants follow the sun throughout the day. This phenomenon, given the fancy name “heliotropism” (attraction to the sun) has been known for centuries, but is still a “black box,” plant scientists admit. PhysOrg reports on botanists who have experimented with sunflowers, trying to understand the mechanisms that guide their bright yellow flowers toward the light.
To read the rest, follow the link to "Sunflower Motion Is a Black Box".


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