Bird fossils found on the Hawaiian Islands show that many species became extinct before Western civilization arrived in 1778. One-third of all known species on the islands have become extinct within the last 1,500 years. Yet no new species of Hawaiian birds have developed over the same time period. There is no question that creatures are becoming extinct, whereas there is no evidence that completely different types of creatures are forming. These extinctions are from natural causes and have little to do with man's influence.

This evidence implies that the millions of different life forms on Earth could not have come from evolution, because creatures become extinct far faster than they could possibly evolve into new types.

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Kleiss, April 29.

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