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“We have had enough of the Darwinian fallacy. It is time that we cry: ‘The emperor has no clothes.'” (K.Hsu, geologist at the Geological Institute at Zurich)


A tenet of Darwinian Evolution is the fallacy that animals and humans have “Vestigial Organs”. Vestigial organs are taught to be organs that were once of use during a former evolutionary stage of development, but are no longer of use today in our current stage of evolution. In other words, they are organs we no longer need.

The above image shows a spleen (purple organ, top left), which, until recently, was believed to be vestigial. The article’s title from National Geographic, (a whole-sale purveyor of evolution mythology), reads: “Vestigial Organs Not So Useless After All, Studies Find”.

Is there any truth to the notion that we exhibit vestigial organs from another phase of evolutionary development?

The Appendix

Glenco Biologiy, 1994, p.311 teaches the students:

“When compared with the caccum of a horse, the caccum and appendix of humans is thought to be vestigial.”

1. The appendix is not vestigial.

The appendix is a valuable component of your Immune System that is still functioning as designed.

2. Just because you can live without it, does not mean you don’t need it.

I can live without both my hands, both my feet and both my eyes. It doesn’t mean I don’t need them.

3. Were they actually vestigial–That would be the OPPOSITE OF EVOLUTION!

Vestigial organs in terms of information, would mean losing information NOT gaining!

Whale Pelvis

This textbook says, “The whale has a vestigial pelvis.” “Many organisms retain traces of their evolutionary history. For example a whale retains pelvic and leg bones as useless vestiges.”

The book Whales & Dolphins Eyes on Nature, 1994 p. 6 teaches this to the children:

Yes boys and girls, whales walked up-right on two legs on dry ground.

Just imagine it…it’s true!

Whales do not have a vestigial pelvis.

Those little bones attach to muscles, without which, whales would be unable to reproduce! They have nothing to do with walking on dry land and everything to do with creating baby whales. Therefore, this author is either completely ignorant of whale anatomy and therefore should not be writing about it, or this is malicious and deceitful.

As I have said in the previous articles, having to “imagine” something happened is not good Science.

Human Coccyx

Many Science Textbooks, regarding the human coccyx or tailbone, have a line similar to this: “Humans have a tailbone that is of no apparent use.”

In other words, they are vestigial.

Is that true?

Absolutely not.

Nine muscles and various tendons and ligaments running the length of the entire spine, attach to the coccyx and are necessary for, but not limited to, sitting balance, continence and defecation.

If anyone would like to put their money where their theory is, I’d be happy to pay for the removal of this “vestigial” nuisance.

There are no Vestigial Organs

In conclusion, we see from testable and observable science that there are no vestigial organs because we were created by God. We did not evolve.

Would accept that this automobile came together by a chance explosion in a junk yard?

So…this car could not have evolved…

But this body supposedly evolved!

Anyone can see that a design requires a Designer and that were vestigial organs true, that would be a loss of information or…the opposite of evolution!

“In the meantime, the educated public continues to believe that Darwin has provided all the relevant answers by the magic formula of random mutations plus natural selection – quite unaware of the fact that random mutations turned out to be irrelevant and natural selection a tautology.”
(Arthur Koestler, author)