According to research findings published in the journal Evolutionary Biology, it has now been announced that the appendix, described by Darwin as an organ that had become vestigial during the evolutionary process, in fact performs important functions and Darwin made that suggestion based on ignorance and a lack of scientific knowledge.
Darwin imagined that the appendix had no function in the body. He therefore claimed that it was an evolutionary remnant since the organ had not been used in the process of evolution. Yet contemporary scientists have now refuted this claim of Darwin’s.
A team made up of researchers from Duke, Arizona and Arizona state universities discovered that the appendix safely harbors good bacteria, and that these do not leave it until required.
Dr. William Parker, a Duke University professor of surgical sciences and the research head, stated that “It is now time to correct the information in the text books. The appendix is still referred to as a ‘vestigial organ’ in many biology books.”
The fact that the appendix was a functional organ had already appeared in various scientific studies in previous years. But Darwin’s followers were unwilling to abandon the vestigial organ deception, which they had made the greatest supposed basis for their theory. New findings that gradually emerged once again revealed that Darwinists had been using false propaganda on the subject and deceiving people. Like all the other organs alleged to be vestigial, the appendix is in fact a completely functional organ.
William Parker’s statements on the subject:
Darwin suggested that the appendix was a remnant from the cecum, a larger organ in humans and other primates, that it had no function and that only a few species possessed one. Even today, Darwin’s followers insist on maintaining that deception. In addition to the significant discovery outlined above, William Parker has also revealed that Darwin was wrong in the following regard:
“First, several living species, including certain lemurs, several rodents and a type of flying squirrel, still have an appendix attached to a large cecum which is used in digestion. Second, Parker says the appendix is actually quite widespread in nature. "For example, when species are divided into groups called 'families', we find that more than 70 percent of all primate and rodent groups contain species with an appendix.”
Parker says that Darwin made these claims out of a lack of scientific knowledge:
"Darwin simply didn't have access to the information we have," explains Parker. "If Darwin had been aware of the species that have an appendix attached to a large cecum, and if he had known about the widespread nature of the appendix, he probably would not have thought of the appendix as a vestige of evolution."
Another point of which the scientists in question repudiate Darwin is the fact that appendix infection, or appendicitis, is not due to an incorrect appendix, as Darwin thought, but to cultural change slinked to industrialization and health conditions.
The theory of evolution is being repudiated over and over again with every passing day. The theory of evolution is an outdated 19th century claim. It is based, not on scientific data, but on Charles Darwin’s imagination and ancient Sumerian legends.