When I look into my baby daughter's eyes, I know she did not “evolve” from some pile of sludge way back when. I collected 5 Powerful Quotes from Scientists, and they support my understanding that evolution is simply not true.
you're letting your feelings get in the way of logic. You have to remember…. our ancestors way back then had completely different set of genes but that doesn't make evolution untrue. You're only half right in that your baby daughter isn't related completely to our primitive ancestors. After all, the modern human being has so many differences than a crono-morgon that really sets us apart not only in our actions but in our genes. But to deny our past link completely is ridiculous. After all, we see it in tons of animals in nature: how they tend to “evolve” and branch off from different species to become an completely new species that only has the tiniest shred of “old” DNA that even links them back to their ancestor/cousin.
And those “scientists” aren't really scientists at all… so that whole list of quotes really does prove NOTHING. Those “scientists” are really just poser scientists operating under the lie of being an scientist so that they can clutch at straws, feebly giving people half-assed theories WITHOUT ANY ACTUAL EVIDENCE so that they can get gullible men like you who are easily swayed by emotions and pretty words to believe in them.
For instance.. Sir Arthur Keith isn't really a real scientist by all means.
I've googled those “scientists” you listed, and it seems that they've been the laughingstock of the majority (of the scientists that is). Why? because they couldn't come up with a single piece of creditable evidence that their BELIEFS (not theories) were true.
Those so-called “scientists” that you listed, they're like the so called “Christan's” who only picks certain parts of the bible that they want to believe in and completely disregards the rest of the bible. In case you don't know what I mean, those “poser Christan's” who says things like: “Well, I believe in Jesus. but I also don't believe in the virgin Mary, I also don't believe in the flood, I don't believe in the 10 commandants….”
See how ridiculous that is? Those scientists are the same way… they only handpick out certain theories to “work on” and doesn't really do anything to support their stance, they just say they believe in this certain thing but not even allowing for the possibility for the other things to exist.
Just as an Christian should believe in the possibility of an Virgin Mary, believe in the ten commandants as well as the flood….
A good scientist should also be open to the possibility that they might be wrong, but still continue to work and test on theories as well as look for evidence to support the fact that the theory that they want to be correct, is in fact right. And well if they find evidence that they are WRONG… then it's still a step up regardless. Because they'd have learned something new that might help humanity in the long run. And THAT, is what a scientist is all about! not those silly men going: “Well, I choose to believe in this and that so I'll competely become blind to any evidence in front of me saying that I'm in fact WRONG!!!!”