Still a Fact Thoughthis 1998 paper in which the evolutionists admit that “One of the most important omissions in recent evolutionary theory concerns how eukaryotes could emerge and evolve.” Evolution omitted how eukaryotes could emerge and evolve? That would be like physics omitting gravity, politics omitting elections or baseball omitting homeruns. Yet this paper came more than a century after evolutionists began insisting that it is beyond all reasonable doubt that the species, and that would be all the species, arose spontaneously.
How could the spontaneous origin of all the species be beyond all reasonable doubt if the theory had omitted the eukaryotes which, as you learned in biology class, are the more complicated cells with a nucleus and make up the, err, plants and animals?
We don’t know how the plants and animals evolved, but we know that they did evolve?
Well, yes. For the origin of eukaryotes, and everything else for that matter, is merely a research problem, not to be confused with the fact of evolution. You see there is the fact of evolution and the theory of evolution. The fact of evolution assures us that the species arose spontaneously, but it doesn’t tell us how. That’s for the theory of evolution to figure out.
This all makes sense to evolutionists because the fact of evolution does not come from science.