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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Plants Know How to Survive

There is a great deal of beauty in nature. Why? Evolutionists try to make color about function and survival, but many animals are color blind, so that idea fails. What about plants? You can find a dazzling display of colors in some surprising places at unusual times, such as the "superblooms" in Death Valley. But those colors don't do plants much good. Seems more likely that God blessed us with the beauty in nature, doesn't it?


Plants provide beauty, but evolutionists cannot find a function for it. They are also designed with survival abilities that testify to the ingenuity of the Creator.
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In addition to being colorful, plants are able to survive, and sometimes compete with each other, such as in their ability to sense light and shade, and take appropriate action. Dandelions have spread around most of the world, which can be annoying to some people, and have some surprising survival abilities. And how does a seed know which way to grow up out of the soil? Read more about these by clicking on "Plant Brains Solve Problems".

Plants provide beauty, but evolutionists cannot find a function for it. They are also designed with survival abilities that testify to the ingenuity of the Creator.