I don't believe in it either. There is a huge movement away from macro-evolution by many leading biologists in the world today.
The problem of Irreducible Complexity is a major issue that leaves a giant hole in the traditional evolution theory. This has created a huge arguement between many traditionalist evolution scientists who cling to the old theory and many scientists who are taking on the new theory of instantaneous-speciation or "the hopeful monster" theory.
This new theory deals with the issues of irreducible complexity by saying that a new species was born in one generation from another species of parent (an instant mutation). This also helps explain a complete lack of transitional fossils.
I believe in Micro-Evolution (changes within a species e.g. dogs), but I cannot rationally believe in Macro-Evolution (the change from one species to another).
Last edited by 87'YJ; May 7th, 2007 at 11:20 AM.