Are we allowed to post threads on the denial of evolution outside of the mega thread where everyone is jumping over everyone else? It's just chaos in there, I want this to be more focused. Anyway, onwards: I tend to be skeptical of theories that cannot be ever wrong or falsified. Evolutionists are like... let's see... when we find a characteristic that exists in similar species, then that's evidence of a common ancestor, and when we find a characteristic that exists in completely dissimilar species that couldn't possibly share a common ancestor because past species didn't possess such characteristic, then that's evidence for convergent evolution. A close look to the theory of evolution will show that it is riddled with such... explanatory tools. You find an instance of something, it is evidence for evolution. You find an instance of the opposite of that, it is evidence for evolution. In the end, when I put two and two together, I found the theory to run on circular logic. Everything is evidence for evolution because it cannot not be. Evolution is assumed as true for the purpose of assessing the evidence, leading to a line of thought not of 'let us see if this evidence points us to evolution' but rather 'let us see how this evidence fits into evolutionary paradigm'. Response?