Can evolution explain change from one specie to another?

Darwinian Evolution
https://youtu.be/SnVU_VZ0qrM You are describing natural selection. If we went to a car factory and we took out all the kinks (i.e. all the bad things) in the car assembly line. After we got everything that was wrong with the car assembly, how many runs would we have to wait until finally they produced an airplane? You can't turn a car into an airplane. Yes you can. You can’t turn one thing into another. You can turn a car into an airplane. Through natural selection, a car can turn into an airplane. Why is that funny? That’s science. 
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Professor Exposes Impossibilities of Evolution

Darwinian Evolution
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZn7tTdCm6U Why I wrote about 10 icons of evolution in my book. I could have written about more but I had to stop somewhere. The ten that I wrote about were first of all the 1953 Miller-Urey experiment that purported to show that life could have begun spontaneously on the early earth. And this is still found in most biology textbooks even though geochemists decades ago decided that the experiment was unrealistic and really doesn't say anything substantial about the origin of life. The second icon was Darwin's tree of life - the branching pattern that would show how all organisms descended from a common ancestor at the root. And this is a theoretical statement but it's presented in most biology textbooks as though a fact. The fossil evidence for…
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Are there evidences of changes from one specie to another?

Darwinian Evolution
https://youtu.be/mQaReWoUyyQ Are you an atheist? I am definitely an atheist, yes. Why are you an atheist? It is because there is no God. Atheism assumes that you can disprove the existence of God. I'm an atheist.  What Darwin showed in his work on evolution, natural selection is that we don't need to invoke any supernatural force or power to account for the development of life through time on earth. The ongoing processes that that are observable in today's world. The catering kind - the coyote and the domestic dog and there is the feline kind, which is the cat, the tiger and the kitten, and you've got humankind. Darwin said there'd be a change of kinds over many years so could you give me one example of observable evidence of…
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Doesn’t natural selection prove evolution?

Darwinian Evolution
Is natural selection the same thing as evolution? So it's natural selection the same thing as evolution? Well, the short answer to that is no but let's take a more in-depth look at why that’s the case. The first thing we need to do is define natural selection and evolution. Natural selection is an observable process in which organisms with certain characteristics survive better in a given environment. And there's a loss of information in the DNA. Genetic information decrease as a result of this process. Now evolution is defined as an unobservable process which has occurred over long periods of time in which a single-celled organism has become all the organisms that we have today and we've had in the past. It's directional in the sense that dinosaurs have…
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What about the examples of evolution?

Darwinian Evolution
https://youtu.be/xX2hDWEaftc English peppered moths. We're told that English peppered moths provide an example of evolution in action. You see, before the industrial revolution, there were two varieties of English peppered moths - one dark colored one light colored but the light colored was much higher in ratio than the dark colored. But after the industrial revolution the dark colored became the more prominent color in the light the fewer in the mix. And we're told that's because birds could see the light colored better etc and this was supposedly an example of natural selection. The problem with this example is number one, many of the pictures were faked because the English peppered moths don't often land on tree trunks and the entire idea was flawed in that way. But the…
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Do mutations prove evolution?

Darwinian Evolution
https://youtu.be/Qb8_WtBcErw We're told that mutations prove you could get a certain single celled organism to mutate over millions of years and bring about new information on a grand scale that given enough time you could get a human being. What is the problem with that line of reasoning? The problem is that mutations don't give us new information. Mutations can only take information that is already available and cause it to decay. Mutations are an example of a loss of genetic information. Let me give you an example. For the last hundred years or more now, scientists have been studying fruit flies but they are great examples of how you can mutate an organism. We have been zapping these fruit flies with radiation and mutating them in chemical ways for…
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Evolution is a Religion – Not Science

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https://youtu.be/9RLcfwAYCjQ Evolution is a religion, not science. First, we need to define a couple of words. What is a religion? Merriam-Webster dictionary defines religion as a cause, principle or system of beliefs held to with ardor and faith. They defined faith as a firm belief in something for which there is no proof. What is science? Science is a systematic knowledge of the physical or material world gained through observation and experimentation. Note the words observation and experimentation. Evolution does not fit into the category of science as there has been no observation or experimentation of evolution taking place. However, evolution does fit nicely into the definition of a religion. Evolution is a system of beliefs for which there is no proof. What is evolution? If someone asks you if…
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Theory of Evolution

Darwinian Evolution
https://youtu.be/urSNtaQKOAk 1835. The Galapagos Islands. Young English naturalist Charles Darwin collects animal and plant specimens for study. His observations on these islands will be fundamental in formulating his theories which many years later will be published in his great work On the Origin of Species, a revolutionary book that change the way biology was understood, giving rise to new scientific theories. In this book Darwin lay down the scientific principle that each species had not always been the way we know it today. Rather, each one had changed and altered over time. Three concepts are important for understanding Charles Darwin's theories - natural selection, evolution and the origin of species. In animals and plants,  random trait mutations and modifications can appear. For example, a moth that is born a different…
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