Transitional forms: What Does the Evidence Say? – Dr. Don Johnson

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Multimedia Presentation by Dr. Don Johnson Luncheon Seminar Creation Association of Puget Sound, Kirkland WA September 9, 2017

Charles Darwin wrote “If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed which could not possibly have been formed by numerous, successive, slight modifications, my theory would absolutely break down” [Origin of Species]. He said that the transitional forms would be found in the fossil record, even though none had been found. Have 158 years of science discoveries shown the “missing links”? We’ll look at archaeopteryx, Tiktaalik, hominids (Nebraska man, Laetoli footprints, Hobbits, etc.), trilobites, dinosaurs, as well as ancient species (bacteria with new diets, coelacanths, etc.) still existing. Since all life processes have been shown to be controlled by biological computers, what would be required to form a major change?

About the Speaker: Dr. Don Johnson has earned PhD’s in both Computer & Information Sciences from the University of Minnesota and in Chemistry from Michigan State University. He was a senior research scientist and consultant for 15 years, and taught 20 years in universities in Wisconsin, Minnesota, California, and Europe. Since “retiring,” he has done consulting, speaking, and writing (4 books & several peer-reviewed papers). He has made presentations across the US and on most continents. His Christian Website ( has links to several video presentations and printable flyers, as well as to his two secular science Websites (peer-reviewed papers).


This seminar was recorded during a luncheon organized by the Creation Association of Puget Sound. The NW Creation Network organizes numerous educational programs each year, which feature presentations by speakers, scientists, and authors who are dedicated to defending the Bible and the Christian worldview. These events are open to the public and free to attend. Northwest Creation Network