The three pillars of the naturalistic Theory of Evolutionabiogenesis, microevolution, and macroevolutionare reviewed in the context of mythology and of the modern scientific method. It is observed that three critical elements of a scientific theory are not met: predictability, reproducibility, and falsifiable testability. On the other hand, the theory conforms quite well to the characteristics of a myth. Right or wrong, naturalistic evolution in its current state seems more myth than science.
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