Evolution is proved by scientific tests which show that many different sorts of animals are related to each other.
The Facts Are .....
Analysis of the structure of the enzyme creatinine kinase in the brain tissue of various animals shows that the closest similarity exists between the enzyme of the elephant and the common housefly.
Information recorded on a videotaped lecture by Soviet biochemical scientist Dmitri Kouznetsov on October 30, 1990
Evolutionary theory says that snakes are more closely related to crocodiles than they are to birds.
Tests in 1982 on the alpha haemoglobin of these animals showed instead, that if they were related, reptiles are more related to the chicken, than they are to each other. Dr Colin Patterson in Lecture #5, at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, 1982
It is obvious to everyone that apes and humans resemble each other. It must be understood, however, that there are also some substantial differences. Anatomy expert Artheu Keith lists 312
characteristics that are found only in humans. Bernhard Grzimek (ed.), "Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia" Vol. 10 - Mammals I, 1975 p:488
Evolutionary classification places all the herbivores in close relationship. However, this is only imaginative thinking. The famous biologist Albert S. Romer said that "strange as it may seem, a cow is, for example, probably as closely related to a lion as it is to a horse". Albert S. Romer, "Man and the Vertebrates", University of Chicago Press: Chicago, 1941 p:139
"One of the great advances of 20th century biology has been the demonstration that all living people are extremely closely related. Genetic research has provided what for some is the surprising result that our DNA variability is much less than the world wide anatomical variations of humanity might suggest". Alan Thorne & Milford Wolpoff stating that all humans are very closely related, in the article "Conflict Over Modern Human Origins", Search, Vol. 22, No. 5, 1991 p:175
The 'molecular clock' theory seeks to show evolutionary relationships between creatures.
Biochemistry researcher Mark Dwinell, says that this theory can’t be used to show such relationships.
"The seemingly plausible ['molecular clock'] theory, however, is fraught with difficulties for the evolutionists ..... Any attempt to promote this theory as reasonable and valid in light of so many discrepancies seems deceptive or duplicitous" Written by Mark Dwinell in his article "Molecular Evolution or Bust", in Origins Research, Vol. 8, No. 2, 1985 p:1 & 11