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Every example of macroevolution you provided is a joke. Leaves do not macroevolve into moths. Microbes do not macroevolve into blades of grass, which do not turn into men. If I thought evolution supported those postulates, I would laugh at it too.
You are picking organisms at random and saying x evolved into y. You can't do that. Grass did not evolve into humans. Both science and history prove that grass can not evolve into a higher primate or any animal. You could hardly find a more unlikely evolutionary transition.
Were it not for the perpetual band of liars profiting by trashing evolution, I would wonder how anyone could find such a thought in their head and not banish it as nonsense.
The first two major evolutionary innovations were photosynthesis and the nucleus. The oldest known fossils show photosynthesis occurred 4 billion years ago. Cells with a nucleus came much later, and algae were the first nucleated plants. They evolved into liverworts, mosses, ferns, vascular plants, conifers, flowering plants and finally grasses, but no plant ever evolved into a human or any animal.
Shysters with books and DVDs to sell will say anything, but evolution elaborates core Christian values like love, bounty, fecundity, sin and glory. Science affirms our kinship with all things and an unbroken strand of love woven through all things, and Darwin's theory is a product of Christian culture.
Paleontologists find and analyze fossils in order to understand how moths evolved and what moths may have evolved into, but no scientist believes a moth macroevolved into anything but a creature similar to a moth or originated from anything but a creature similar to a moth. Butterflies, caddisflies, bees, midges, there are a lot of insects similar to moths. None of them evolved from leaves.
As much evolutionary change as it took to transition from worm to man, it took that much to transition from algae to grass, so you are twice as wrong in your suppositions as Earth-based life is old.
There are plants; there are animals. The two diverged before cells had a nucleus. You could propose ridiculous transitions like a leaf turning into a moth until the end of time, but science involves evidence and plausibility. I'd like to see a bit of both from you.
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