Anoles and Fake Evolution News

Darwinists do not really know how evolution works, and some of them admit it. This is a kinder explanation for why they make claims observing evolution when it is not there. It is also more realistic than saying an evolution consortium is being deceptive, although there are Darwin's Flying Monkeys™ who go on the attack with lies and manipulation. In this case, anole lizards (some are wrongly called chameleons) are in the news again, and there are wrong claims of seeing evolution happening.

Once again, Darwinists claim to see evolution happening in anoles. Adaptation is not evolution despite the claims of uninformed secular scientists.
Puerto Rican crested anole, iNaturalist / Annika Lindqvist (CC BY 4.0)

A video that was almost embedded at the end of this post was going along nicely. Then they just had to sneak in evolutionary propaganda at the halfway point. Dismissed. Now back to our subject at hand.

"Oh, goodie! The Puerto Rican crested anole has some new traits! Hail Darwin, blessed be!"

Does that make you feel better, sister? First of all, creationists have been pointing out for many years that variations and speciation are not lepton-to-lizard evolution. Not all evolutionists live in a vacuum, they know we're there, as seen with anti-creation attacks from atheists and other materialists.

To repeat, their persistence in making claims of observing evolution when nothing of the kind is happening makes this child wonder how many understand evolution in the least. Also, those anoles are still anoles; no new genetic material has been added, they have not changed into something else. Worse for evolutionary models, variations, speciation, and natural selection fit most biblical creation science models.

“We are watching evolution as it’s unfolding,” said an evolutionist at New York University.

She was referring to “The Puerto Rican crested anole, a brown lizard with a bright orange throat fan [that] has sprouted special scales to better cling to smooth surfaces like walls and windows and grown larger limbs to sprint across open areas...” 

Research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences stated that an investigation into the crested anole's ability to adapt in an urban environment helped “to elucidate the mechanisms of rapid adaptive evolution of complex traits at the genomic level.”

To read the rest, visit "Has Real Evolution Unfolded in Puerto Rican Lizards?"