August 22, 2019 | David F. Coppedge

Unrestrained Speculation in Darwin Fantasyland

As long as you bow the knee to Darwin, you can say stupid things and nobody will laugh at you.

We Could Detect Extraterrestrials Because They May Glow, Scientists Say (Live Scientists). Good grief, now it’s glowing aliens. Not a single alien life form has ever been found, but to evolutionists, anything is possible and can be written up by a science reporter.

Alien life-forms could glow in spectacular reds, blues and greens to shield themselves from stellar bursts of ultraviolet (UV) radiation. And that glowing light could be how we find them, according to a new study.

Well, then, if a “study” says it, it must be reliable. And if “scientists say” something, everyone must bow in reverence. Is that where Darwinism has taken us? Evidence against extraterrestrials is here taken as evidence for them! Whoever wrote this knows full well that most exoplanets that have been observed orbit inhospitable stars—red dwarfs—which bomb the planets with deadly radiation. That should end speculation about aliens living there. But no: the “scientists” and the “science reporters” think so highly of their beloved aliens, they are sure the aliens must have evolved a special “glow” to protect themselves.

Spiders are getting angrier because of evolutionary trick to survive ‘climate chaos’ (Fox News Science). Here’s a great headline for motivating doubters of climate change to switch sides: tell them that global warming is making spiders angrier. It’s the stuff of nightmares and cheap horror movies from the 1960s.

Extreme weather conditions may be encouraging an increase in angry spiders populations, according to a new study.

Freak events like tropical cyclones could be having an evolutionary impact on spiders in storm-prone regions, which are already areas where the most aggressive spiders have the best odds of survival.

It’s according to a “new study.” Believe it. Vote Democrat, or the curse of the angry spider will haunt your dreams.

Atacama Desert microbes may hold clues to life on Mars (Phys.org). Premise 1: Living bacteria have been discovered in Chile’s Atacama Desert, one of the driest places on Earth. They presumably blew there on dust particles in the wind. Premise 2: Mars has dust and wind. Conclusion: Microbes could also spread around Mars that way.

Every afternoon, microorganisms fly into the Atacama Desert on grains of dust carried by the wind. The wind-driven dust could be how microbes first colonised the desert.

If there are microbes alive on Mars, they could be carried around the planet by the regular world-spanning dust storms, just like the Atacama microbes, says Armando Azua-Bustos of the Centre of Astrobiology in Madrid, Spain.

Dry, crackling, toxic dust on Mars

Have any Martian microbes ever been detected? No. Are these scientists sober? No. Is this science? No. It’s astrology —astrobiology without the bio. In the field of astrobiology, Darwine-drunk astrologers sing merrily, “Son-of-a-gun, we’ll have big fun on the bio.”

Where will evolution take us in the Fourth Industrial Revolution? (Phys.org). Darwinians are prophets; did you know? In this confused article, which shows they don’t understand their own theory, they treat evolution as something that happens to you and as something you must take control of. Watch for the classic sophoxymoronic phrase, “evolutionary reasoning”—

The study of evolution allows us to reconstruct the past and to understand how life evolved from simple to complex organisms. Evolutionary reasoning can help us make sense of the biggest questions in science, from the origin of the universe to the inner workings of the human brain.

But can evolution also give us a hint of what is to come? Will technologies like gene editing make natural selection redundant? Might evolution tell us about the limits of planetary resources and what can be done to avoid environmental collapse, or how human society might evolve?

So which is it? Is Darwinism something that just happens to material beings, or something that gives “understanding”?

If you ever needed a quote that proves evolution is a religion, save the one above. It is an all-encompassing worldview that reveals all, “from the origin of the universe to the inner workings of the human brain.” It covers everything from the first bang to the last whimper. It informs politics. It predicts the distant future. It is both our master, and our slave. “Evolutionary reasoning can help us make sense of the biggest questions in science,” the reporter says. Why yes, it can. “Stuff Happens” explains everything. Stuff Happens explains why “evolutionary reasoning” is a contradiction in terms. Now you understand.

The Astrobiology Party Song

Astrobio, big big show, me oh my oh
Gotta go buy Tiktaalik pie down the bayou
Charlie D, the best dressed eem-peror, oh my oh
Son of a gun we’ll have big fun on the bio

Astrobi, trilobite eye goes Pop-eye-0   [17 Aug]
Stuff can happen, even on Mars, don’t you know-oh
Slurp Darwine, check your sign, and be Gaia-o
Son of a gun we’ll have big fun on the bio

Jumble i-deology with mumbo jumbo
Cause tonight I’m gonna write my research dumbo
Smoke cigar fill cash bar and be Gaia-o
Son of a gun we’ll have big fun with astrobio

Theodosius Dobzhansky the place is buzzin’
See Darwin make sense in the light of evillusion
NASA money, go hog wild, me oh my oh
Son of a gun we’ll have big fun with astrobio

Jumble i-deology with mumbo jumbo
Cause tonight I’m gonna write my research dumbo
Smoke cigar fill cash bar and be Gaia-o
Son of a gun we’ll have big fun with astrobio

 

 

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Comments

  • Insectman says:

    “Evolution has no successful experiment so it cannot qualify as a hypothesis. Evolution cannot qualify as a speculation because it is non existent in the entire universe, always has been and always will be or we would not be here today. The entire universe is devolving, the exact opposite and excluder of evolving, always has been and always will be. Therefore, evolution is a fantasy. However, a straightforward fantasy merely exaggerates the laws of science whereas evolution is the exact opposite of reality and its laws. Therefore, evolution is an inverted fantasy. The cow jumped over the moon is a straightforward fantasy because cows can jump low fences. The moon jumped over the cow is an inverted fantasy like evolution.” Dr. Joseph Mastropaolo

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