The other night I watched a fascinating program on ants. The longer I watched, the more fascinated I became. And the longer I watched, the more certain I became that the theory of evolution is a total con job, presented as truth to the masses by people who just won’t accept reality when it’s right before their eyes!
There’s a Proverb that says, ” Go to the ant, you sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise; which having no guide, overseer, or ruler, provides her meat in the summer and gathers her food in the harvest.”
The program I watched emphasized these points over and over again, in an attempt to prove ants evolved eons ago. I found their attempts both laughable, and sad at the same time, because what these little creatures are capable of could never have just happened through blind chance.
As the proverb says, ants have no ruler. The main job of the queen is simply to lay eggs to keep the colony going. They have no “foreman” ants or “supervisor” ants to guide them in foraging or harvesting. There are no “boss” ants!
Yet, they are one of the most highly organized societies on the planet!
For example, when a forager ant looks for a source of food, it lays down a broken trail of chemicals to find its way home again. If it finds a food source, the broken trail is enhanced to become a solid one. But it doesn’t stop there. The amount of food at the source determines how deep the chemical trail becomes- lots of food, heavy trail; little food, a light one.
Each type of ant has its own type of food. For example, leaf-cutter ants do just that- cut leaves and take them to the colony for food. However, these ants don’t just cut leaves- they cut them to exactly the right size so they can be carried- not too large, not too small. Every leaf they cut is exactly the same size! And they have to be, because the ants who carry them away are not as big and powerful as the ones who cut them.
The question is how did they learn to do that? How long have they been doing that? How can their tiny brains compute exact measurements? They must take into account not only length and width, but weight.
Another thing I learned is that ants will bring home a piece of amber. Amber is the lifeblood of trees. When it’s running, it keeps the tree free of disease. Regardless of how big a piece of amber is, ants will struggle to bring it home. When they get it there, all they do is pass their entire body over it. Why? Because every time they walk over it, it disinfects them, keeping the colony free from infection and disease.
Everything that keeps a colony alive and functioning deals with communication. Ants communicate in various ways, from touching to chemical trails. Each colony has a particular scent which is unique to itself. If anything they come in contact with doesn’t smell like them, it’s fair game for lunch or dinner!
Who told them that?
How anyone can watch these creatures at work and say they have EVOLVED to this state is beyond comprehension! There is no way!
Consider: how long did it take them to get to such a high state of refinement? When did they learn to communicate with each other? HOW did they learn? When did they learn to function perfectly as a society- each one fulfilling a particular role, and ONLY that role? How did they learn to act as a single unit- not thousands of individuals?
How did they develop their own particular scent? When did they learn to differentiate smells and scents?
When did they learn how to use chemical trails? When did they learn about the disinfecting properties of amber? Or how to use it to their advantage?
It just makes no sense whatever to say these things happened over eons of time. Especially when you realize how true the proverb is- no guides, no rulers, no overseers!
Evolution is based on random chance, but there is NOTHING random about an ant colony! Every action by every member of the colony has a purpose. Ants don’t “learn” anything- they are born with the ability to do what they do, just as they have been doing since the beginning of their species. That’s reality! It’s incredible to actually believe some unseeing, unthinking, random action could have brought ants to such a state of precision!
To those who can’t see that, I refer back to the beginning of this article: “Go to the ant. Consider her ways and be wise.”