Darwin’s Nightmare – The Butterfly

Darwin's Nightmare - The Butterfly

Darwin's Nightmare - The Butterfly

There are countless
roadblocks to Darwin's Theory of
Evolution. But a certain number of them stand so powerfully in
Creative truth that they rise head and shoulders above the pack.
This is one of them - the life cycle of the Butterfly. As so
often is the case with the things of God, it's a small and
harmless creature that shoots the largest holes through the
evolutionary lie. The pompous declaration made by Darwin that
gradual change over millions of years is how our life forms have
become diverse and complex, is once again shown to be impossible
in the life cycle of the Butterfly. This 4 stage life pattern is
unique and unparalleled in biological development, and
consequently it carries with it, terminology specific to this
process.

The Emperor Gum Caterpillar

The Emperor Gum Caterpillar

The terminology and the process we call metamorphosis, which
the Oxford dictionary describes as a change of form by magic or
natural development. The learned Professors of Oxford use the
word magic advisedly, as this is very much the impression we are
left with in observing the process of metamorphosis. The
caterpillar is the main eating and growth stage in a life cycle
of metamorphosis.

A caterpillar will eat until it grows too big for its skin!
When this happens, it sheds its skin for a new one, and will do
this four to six times as it grows. The pupa is the
transformation stage where the caterpillar turns into an adult. A
butterfly's pupa is called a chrysalis or a cocoon. Moths, unlike
butterflies, usually enclose their pupa in a silk cocoon spun
from special glands.

Life Cycle of a Butterfly

Of the hundreds of unanswerable questions we could ask the
evolutionist we record three –

  1. How did the butterfly know it needed a 4 phase life pattern
    to survive long term?
  2. How do you explain the transition of a caterpillar to a
    butterfly in weeks, when evolutionary theory deals in
    millennia?
  3. While the silk-spinning glands were evolving, how did the
    caterpillar survive without a cocoon?

FLIGHT

Butterflies are creatures of the sun and fly best when they're
warm. On cool days, they perch on rocks or bask in the sun to
absorb heat to activate blood flow in their wings and kick-start
their metabolism.

Monarch butterflies migrate thousands of miles between Canada
or the northern United States and Mexico each winter. While a
single generation makes the trip south, monarchs returning north
are shorterlived, and it takes several generations to complete
the trip north the next year. We could ask, "How do you factor
migration in the life cycle of such a small creature. Where was
the evolutionary need for this, let alone the question of how an
on-board homing device was evolved."

The Buckeye Butterfly

The Buckeye Butterfly

FEEDING

Adult butterflies don't eat - they only drink. They drink
liquids from flowers, juice from rotten fruit, or even sweat or
liquid animal waste. Caterpillars, in most species on the other
hand, do very little but eat leaves or other plant parts. Some
moths in adulthood, including the Luna, have no mouth parts and
cannot eat. They live just a few days, reproduce, and die. This
is hardly a picture of evolution!

These facts are unexplainable, even in part, by any of the
principles of Darwin's Theory. Survival of the fittest,
transformation over eons of time, and similar links showing the
evolutionary path, are in every case, unable to be observed or
accounted for. The Theory of Evolution is demonstrably a crock of
monumental proportions, only useful in serving as a security
blanket grasped with vice-like grip by all those who rebel
against the revealed word of the one, true living God.