Reading of a "trial marriage" between algae and fungi may not sound very exciting. But evolution's fumbling attempts to explain the phenomenon of fungi grow funnier as you follow the foolish fables. IF evolution happened - then HOW did it? Read, in this revealing article, the case of the phantom fungi. Lichens (most people probably call them moss) grow almost anywhere. They're the world's hardiest plants (and that's what they are - two separate plants), existing where no other plant life can, growing on the bark of trees, on decaying wood, on rocks, on the soil, and on each other. Evolutionists speak of these little plants as the "lowliest" of all plants.
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