What Does the "Theory" of Evolution Actually Say?
David Berlinski once said that the "theory" of evolution is too vague to be considered a theory. Why would he say such a thing?
Well, when you get down to it, all the "theory" says is:
Somehow, some things happened at some point in time, kept happening and keep happening to make things the way they are now.
Sure, it has a nice narrative- "Long ago, in a warm pond not so far away, the first living organisms were busy trying to survive the violent, early earth." But that is about it.
What else would you expect from a "theory" that would be falsified by finding a pre-cambrian rabbit- meaning not by any actual scientific research program?