But many people have paid good money for ear coning, because they thought it was really true. The fact that even one person was silly enough to stick a burning candle in his ear demonstrates how gullible humans can be. But some people will believe anything.
The same can be said of people who believe in Darwinian evolution. As a theory it sounds extremely believable ? on the surface. (By ?evolution? we mean the gradual change of one species into another.) It is only when the claims are examined and tested, that the holes in the theory begin to open. As Jeremy Walter (PhD in Mechanical Engineering) wrote, 'science is the human enterprise of seeking to describe accurately and quantitatively the nature and processes of our universe through observation, hypothesis, and experimental validation.? The fact is, evolution has never been observed, and has never been produced in an experiment. There are also plenty of hypothetical suggestions, but none of them has been proved, or been provable. Yet millions . . .