Evolution of genera is propagated upon hoaxes. By definition, science must be observed and tested. Evolution of genera has neither been observed or tested, and thus it rests upon conjecture and a history of numerous hoaxes. Imagine that a good friend informed you that he discovered the fossils of a feathered dinosaur in a remote forest. For proof, he showed you his drawing of a raptor covered in feathers along with photographs of its fossils. Would you believe him (cf. archaeoraptor)?
History records a list of evolutionary hoaxes that were displayed through the imaginative drawings of man. Such noted hoaxes include depictions of primitive man consisting of the Piltdown man, Nebraska man, Orce man, Cro-magnon, and Neanderthal specimen (Hoaxes, , , , ). Find a “missing link,” and then you have found a presumptuous speculation about a few fossils. The naturalist imagines that all things came to be without the Creator, and thus they invent links of one genus to another. The naturalist bases the fossil record upon geological strata dated by fossils and secularized radiometric dating. Secularized science intentionally disregards a singular cause for the embedding of fossils in rock layers laid down by the effects of water all over the world.
Furthermore, from such speculations, the disastrous hoax of Haeckel’s embryos was invented (Fraudulent Embryo Drawings). Haeckel’s fraudulent drawings depict vertebrate embryos of different animals developing through identical stages as though evolving through the imagined states of evolution. This fraud is still used in textbooks to convince children and adolescents that they evolved through stages as different animals in the womb rather than created by the Creator with equal rights. There is no doubt that evolution is used to justify dismembering, starving, and poisoning 55 million unborn human lives in the U.S. alone since 1973. Carl Sagan thought that unborn children are just animals (Abortion and Evolution, ).
As evolutionists have noted Haeckel’s fraud, the peer-reviewed article had to note again in its title, “There is no highly conserved embryonic stage in the vertebrates.” The article reports,
“Contrary to recent claims that all vertebrate embryos pass through a stage when they are the same size, we find a greater than 10-fold variation in greatest length at the tailbud stage. Our survey seriously undermines the credibility of Haeckel’s drawings, which depict not a conserved stage for vertebrates, but a stylised amniote embryo,” (5 April 1997).