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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Further Confusion with Convergent Evolution

It is not secret that the only fossil evidence for particles-to-paleontologist evolution exists in the minds of the secular science industry and propagandists. There are biologists who disingenuously claim that practically every little change is "evolution". False fossils and equivocation aside, since there is no actual scientific evidence or plausible models for evolution, these owlhoots use another fact-free "explanation" for what cannot be explained scientifically: convergent evolution.


Convergent evolution is an unscientific pretense, not an explanation

Simply put, to invoke the miracle of convergent evolution is an act of foolishness. Take a passel of assertions about how critters evolved, find other critters that have similar traits, and give homage to Papa Darwin. Then pass it off as "science" and collect grant money. Pseudoscience for fun and profit. We have more examples of forcing fossils to fit the narrative. Pretty desperate to avoid the harsh reality that God created the world recently, and the Genesis Flood supports paleontological and geological evidence. Evolutionists, drop the pseudoscience and deal with the truth, savvy? 

Before I send you to the article, I have to let you know that when the author uses, "Who’s we, Paleface?" and similar quips, he's making reference to an old Lone Ranger joke.
When unrelated fossils have similar traits, evolutionary paleontologists twist, shove and stuff them into Darwin’s theory with an all-purpose tool called convergence.
It wasn’t supposed to work this way. Animals were supposed to diverge as they evolved. Branches on real trees do that. In neo-Darwinism, the branch tips in Darwin’s image of a branching tree should get farther apart the more they evolve, because neither branch knows what the other one is doing. But the real world is full of counter-examples, where unrelated animals end up becoming very similar. Even more often, fossils exhibit “mosaics” of traits from different branches, or from “stem” (early) or “crown” (mature) members of a single branch. It’s all very confusing to Mr. Darwin, so his disciples invented a trick to keep from getting their story falsified. It’s called convergence, and here’s how it works. (Note: Not being Darwinians, we will dispute inclusion in the occasional first-person plural pronouns.)
To keep reading and see the examples, click on "Convergence Crams Uncooperative Fossils into Darwinism".