Think the evolutionary non scientific bluster is limited to a few outspoken blowhards? For those not familiar with the world of evolution and its deep infection of the life sciences, here is an educational video that appears to be the evolutionist’s version of whack-a-mole.
If there was any question of what this video is about it is answered within the first fifteen seconds with multiple pop-ups of evolution’s staple equivocation:
Evolution is a change in population over time [0.12]Emily Willingham, Ph.D.Science writer
Evolution is change in gene frequency [0.14]Marta WayneProfessor of Biology, University of Florida
This equivocation comes in many forms, such as the ruse that observed changes constitute evolution:
Evolution is not a theory. Evolution is actually an observable phenomenon that is supported by a significant body of evidence. [0.54]Jeanne GarbarinoLaboratory of Biochemical Genetics and MetabolismThe Rockefeller University
Then there is the evolution-is-true lie. Do lies count as fallacies? In any case, maybe evolution is true, maybe it isn’t, but what we do know with absolute certainty is that we don’t know. I can’t tell you what the truth is about whether or how evolution occurred. But I can tell you the truth about the current state of our knowledge. Evolutionists say evolution is a fact, but the fact is evolution is not a fact. But evolutionists are certain, and therein lies the problem:
It’s the true story of where we came from [4:40]Sheril KirshenbaumResearch AssociateCenter for International Energy and Environmental PolicyUniversity of Texas-Austin
And of course no compendium of evolutionary’s fallacies would be complete without Theodosius Dobzhansky’s classic summary of evolution’s metaphysics:
Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution. [4.20]Jenny Ruth Morber, Ph.D.Former nanoscience researcher, current freelance science writer
Well we could go on and on, but what’s the point? The evolution lie, with its many distortions, misrepresentations and fallacies has thoroughly corrupted the life sciences. Religion drives science, and it matters.