The Little Bug Evolutionist Would Like to Forget!!!
This is an excerpt from the book The Collapse of Evolution by Dr. Scott M. Huse.
Did you ever notice how sometimes big surprises often come in little packages? Well, consider the little bombardier beetle. The bombadier beetle is a small insect that is armed with a shockingly impressive defensive system.
Whenever threatened by an enemy attack, this spirited little beetle blasts irritating and odious gases, which are 212 degrees F out two tail pipes right into the unfortunate face of the would be aggressor.
Dr. Hermann Schlidnecht, a German chemist, studied the bombardier beetle to find out how he accomplishes this impressive chemical feat. He learned that the beetle makes his explosive by mixing together two very dangerous chemicals (hydroquinone and hydrogen peroxide).
In addition to these two chemicals, this clever little beetle adds another type of chemical known as an inhibitor. The inhibitor prevents the chemicals from blowing up and enables the beetle to store the chemicals indefinitely.
Whenever a predator, such as a frog approaches our beetle friend, he squirts the stored chemicals into the two combustion tubes, and at precisely the right moment
he adds another chemical (an anti-inhibitor). This knocks out the inhibitor, and a violent explosion occurs right in the face of the poor attacker.
Could such a marvelous and complex mechanism have evolved piecemeal over millions of years? The evolutionist is forced to respond with a somewhat sheepish, "yes", but a brief consideration of this option will reveal its preposterous nature.
According to evolutionary thinking there must have been thousands of generations of beetles improperly mixing these hazardous chemicals in fatal evolutionary experiments, blowing themselves to pieces.
Eventually, we are assured they arrived at the magic formula, but what about the development of the inhibitor? There is no need to evolve an inhibitor unless you already have the two chemicals you are trying to inhibit. On the other hand, if you already have the two chemicals without the inhibitor, it is already too late, because you have already just blown yourself up.