To be fair, and as you will see below, not every evolutionist embraces the idea that dinosaurs evolved into birds or more particularly, that Ă˘â‚¬Ĺ“ArchaeoraptorĂ˘â‚¬Âť was a genuine fossil providing proof of the theory.
What this episode does show is, 1)How fallible this Ă˘â‚¬Ĺ“scienceĂ˘â‚¬Âť is and why scientists and materialists who argue with such force and arrogance that this and that is soĂ˘â‚¬â€ťwill have to be doing it with new facts and new suppositions the following week.
WeĂ‚Â have been saying and of course others have been making the case that evolution is a religion. It has to be because it is not backed up by science. Mostly it is one half -baked theory after another, supported by twisted or misunderstood data with equal parts of sneering and rampant speculation. Data that comes in which overturns pet theories are almost seamlessly folded into new equally speculative evolutionary theories. . .
Speaking of religion, and the faith of evolution and evolutionistsĂ˘â‚¬â€ťnote the words of evolutionist Storrs L. Olson, of the Smithsonian, about the faith, prejudice and proselytizing of the National Geographic and dinosaur to birderĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s in general. These are the same words we have been using to describe evolutionists and materialists in general, but it is interesting to say the least to see them used by evolutionists themselves in reference to each other. .
The idea of feathered dinosaurs and the theropod origin of birds is being actively promulgated by a cadre of zealous scientists acting in concert with certain editors at Nature and National Geographic who themselves have become outspoken and highly biased proselytizers of the faith. Truth and careful scientific weighing of evidence have been among the first casualties in their program, which is now fast becoming one of the grander scientific hoaxes of our age—the paleontological equivalent of cold fusion. If SloanĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s article is not the crescendo of this fantasia, it is difficult to imagine to what heights it can next be taken. .. Storrs L. Olson, Smithsonian