And if this is true, how do those plants survive without the wasp pollinating them?If the plants and the wasps were created thousands of years apart, how does the plant pollinate without the wasp, and how does the wasp procreate without the plant?Science has recently proven that if we were to learn something new every second, we would take well over 3 million years to exhaust the memory capacity of our "post flood" brains.
After all, if life is as they define it to be, then it must be a constant evolutionary process for life to continue, which means that evolutionary process be never ending.
So I have to ask, how is it possible for us to have a brain that could hold enough info to last over billions of years, when all we can live up to is 90 -100 years? God literally SPEAKS and says, "Let there be light." That amazingly loud blast of sound causes the water to form a small bubble within it.
If evolution is true, why havent we evolved to age extremely slow so as to meet the requirements of our own brains, wherein we can live for an eternity? Then that sphere of water collapses internally upon that bubble, and as we see in that video, "there was light" created at that exact moment.
If thats true, then I have to ask the evolutionist why is it for the last 6000 years of recorded history that not a single new species has ever been created?
Scientific fact is, we still have many of the old species among us, and we know of many that did in fact become extinct.