One of the most renown astrophysicists of the twentieth century Sir Arthur Eddington stated: “Philosophically, the notion of a beginning of the present order of nature is repugnant…I should like to find a genuine loophole”.
The declaration is a microcosm of how many secularists within the scientific community approach science: Begin with an anti-God bias, search for evidence that supports that theorem, and when none exists present the fictional findings as if they certify the false presupposition.
In other words, instead of allowing the evidence to direct them to a certifiable position, they manipulate and intentionally misinterpret the data to give the impression that their hatred of the Almighty (in the form of Darwinism) is supported by “science”. It’s as Richard Lewontin stated, “…we cannot allow a Divine Foot in door”, evidence to the contrary be damned.
The latest example of this obstinate and downright pitiful search for another of Eddington’s loopholes, comes to us courtesy of researchers at the universities of UCLA and Wisconsin–Madison. In a report published through ScienceDaily.com, the authors claim to have found “microscopic fossils” in Western Australia that definitively prove that life on earth commenced more than 4 billion years ago.
The proof? Microbes. Yes, you read correctly. Microbes.
John W. Valley, professor of geoscience at UWM and one of the study participants, claims, “I think it’s settled”. However, seemingly being one to love contradictions and thinking no one will notice, Valley later claims:
“We have no direct evidence that life existed 4.3 billion years ago but there is no reason why it couldn’t have. This is something we all would like to find out.” [Emphasis added]
Stated differently, we still haven’t found the evidence that proves evolution, but, gosh darn it, we’ll find it eventually. Until then, continue believing that which is unscientific, nonsensical and unsubstantiated.
This is hilarious, considering we Biblical Christians are the supposed anti-science “quacks” of our age.