I'm feeling kind of exhausted by the endless bombardment by articles written by the religiously inclined attempting to disprove or discredit the theory of evolution.
These misinformed and misguided attempts use many different strategies, but at their core there is a discernable pattern, which I would like to point out.
It occurred to me that we could create a template for these essays which captures the essence of all their arguments. This way it will save work for all the evolution deniers, who can simply replicate the template and be done with it. This will also save scientists all the wasted time refuting the tired zombie arguments that have been refuted countless thousands of times, yet are still endlessly repeated by those with no understanding of science. Apparently they are capable of regurgitating the materials they find entombed on never updated creationist web sites. All the tired old arguments just wait there wraith-like, ready to be replicated and disseminated to haunt and re-infect the ever growing body of knowledge and facts about evolution.
The template for creationist articles refuting evolution is included below, for the greater benefit of mankind, and for the sanity of exhausted biologists.
Even though I can fill paragraphs with references to biochemical concepts and scientific findings, I lack the intelligence, imagination, and understanding to visualize how evolution could be possible.
Since my limited intellectual capacity leaves me with the feeling that such a grand system and sublime process is inexplicable and inconceivable, I will declare evolution to be impossible.
On the other hand, I can easily grasp and accept the idea that an ineffable benevolent divine intelligence created all that we can see via some inexplicable and inconceivable means, the specifics of which elude my limited intellectual capacity to imagine. I will therefore declare divine creation to be not only possible, but undoubtedly true.
You may think that this makes me sound like an idiot who uses a double standard to arrange for every conclusion to arrive at the result I desired from the start.
You would be correct.