Dear Kirk Cameron,
Why do you joke about how scientists have not discovered a “crocoduck”? Do you really just not understand how evolution works? Do you understand, but are purposely being misleading and dishonest with the eight-or-so people who cling to your every word? Have you ever thought about the fact that a true chimera (half one animal, half another) would essentially disprove evolution and falsify the theory of natural selection?
I mean, really, have you ever actually heard a biologist say that one animal simply morphs into another, and that’s how we get a new species? Things don’t work that way, Seaver, and nobody who knows what they’re talking about has ever said they do. An animal that is half-one thing and half-another would pretty much be indicative of divine intervention. That is precisely why we don’t have crocoducks, kangaphants, or narwalruses. Although that last one would be pretty sweet. Really, instead of asking “why don’t we have crocoducks,” you should be asking “why don’t we have crocoducks?” Note where the emphasis lies.
In short, that smirk on your face when you say “why aren’t there any crocoducks” looks really bad on you.
PS: bad-mouthing Stephen Hawking doesn’t help your case, like, at all.
- “Food Fight: Kirk Cameron v. Stephen Hawking” and related posts (sensuouscurmudgeon.wordpress.com)
- Why do people so readily accept the Theory of Evolution (wiki.answers.com)
- 2011 Golden Crocoduck Award Begins Here (milkandcookies.com)
- How Exactly Does Natural Selection Work? (socyberty.com)
- Evolution does not work that way! (copache.wordpress.com)
- Katt Williams: ‘Kirk Cameron is Brilliant, Stephen Hawking is Just a Cripple’ (thesuperficial.com)
- Kirk Cameron Doesn’t Think Stephen Hawking Is Very Smart [Nibbly Things] (socialitelife.com)
- The Most Heinous Form of Creationism (tuibguy.com)