On this, Darwin Day, evolution as a theory, as a science, as a subject for debate and discussion, is dead. And Stephen Green of Christian Voice is the one who killed it.
I quote "What is the evolutionary purpose, or what advantage is conveyed to the species, as a species, by the tuft on the head of the tufted duck? And if I am allowed a supplementary or two: If there is no advantage to the species, what is the tuft on the head of the tufted duck actually for and how and why did it evolve?"
You see, ever since Darwin and Wallace, the whole concept of evolution has teetered on the question why the tufted duck has a tuft on its head. No matter how many fossils you dig up, identify and date; no matter what you observe in nature; no matter what area of evolution you study; no matter what the experts are able to explain and provide evidence for. None of these things matter. Unless they can provide the definitive answer to the question that has eluded science ever since man started to ask questions, it is all for nought. It seems nobody can explain why the tufted duck has a tuft on its head, therefore evolution must be false.
All hail Stephen Green. All hail the tufted duck - the duck that proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that god exists.