March 24, 2022 | David F. Coppedge

Time Inflation: Evolutionists Hide Miracles in Millions of Years

Impossible changes in evolution get funded
with reckless drafts on the bank of time.

 

Spendthrifts

Many economists today feel that inflation is being caused by indiscriminate spending by the federal government. Huge spending projects in the trillions of dollars get funded by printing more dollars, resulting in too many dollars chasing too few goods and services. The lack of foresight and accountability by leaders who want their pet projects, or who want popularity for their election campaigns, can lead to runaway inflation. This can devastate a country, as historical instances demonstrate. Whether that is coming to America in 2022 remains to be seen, but the Weimar Republic and Zimbabwe can’t begin to compare with evolutionists for inflating their currency, which is measured in ‘millions and millions of years’. Like irresponsible wastrels, Darwinians spend years like they are dirt cheap: ten million here, a hundred million there, pretty soon they’re talking real funny. They think that given enough time, any miracle of evolution they need is bound to occur.

Evolution Theater: The Smithsonian Natural History Museum pushes deep time claiming the human body is the result of “more than 3.7 billion years of evolution.” (DFC)

How Long Is a Million Years?

To gain a sense of the reckless disregard of evolutionists for time, consider how long a million years is. If one year is a foot on a timeline, a million years is a line stretching 190 miles, the distance from Manhattan to Washington DC. (In evolutionary time, that’s nothing; hardly anything happens in just a million Darwin Years.) Ten million years is 1,900 miles, the distance from Manhattan to Old Faithful in Yellowstone. A hundred million is 19,000 miles, 3/4 of the circumference of the earth. A billion is 190,000 miles, almost the distance to the moon. The age of the earth in Darwin Years (4.5 billion years) comes close to a million miles on the timeline.

And now get this: all of recorded human history at this scale—from the earliest cuneiform tablets through Stonehenge, the Pyramids, the Chinese empires, the spread of humans to the South Pacific, all the kings and emperors, Rome, Charlemagne, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the voyages to the New World, the scientific revolution, the industrial revolution, two world wars, the space age—would be under two miles. Indeed, the entire scientific age from Galileo to the present (over 400 years) would fit within a football stadium, and a common human lifetime is less than a mad dash to first base in a baseball diamond. And yet the Darwinists expect us to believe what they tell us was going on ‘far beyond the moon’ so to speak. How reckless is that?

On the Smithsonian timeline below, all of recorded history is a microscopic sliver at the right end. They had to show a blow-up of the right end to show the time of the pyramids to today within that sliver. This leads to an obvious question. When all the observed history fits into that tiny, tiny piece, how can they speak with confidence about anything to the left? The answer is: they cannot—not directly. But since Darwin needs the time to get humans from bacteria, and bacteria from matter in motion, they assume evolution and use dating techniques based on that assumption that will give them millions of years, while ignoring other techniques (like decay rates in dinosaur soft tissue and carbon-14 in diamonds) that do not. Once assured that the bank of time will give them billions to spend, they play fast and loose with it, like Uncle Scrooge swimming in his money bin.

“Thinking about Deep Time” – this Smithsonian display shows all of recorded human history as an infinitesimal sliver at the right end of the timeline. But how can they empirically know everything left of that sliver without making assumptions about deep time and evolution?

Need a Miracle: Please Withdraw Millions from the Bank of Time

New sabre-tooth predator precedes cats by millions of years (PeerJ via PhysOrg, 15 March 2022). From a piece of bone, a Darwinist weaves a tale about saber teeth on a pre-cat.

But 42 million years ago, mammals were only just figuring out how to survive on meat alone,” said Dr. Ashley Poust, postdoctoral researcher at the San Diego Natural History Museum (The Nat). “One big advance was to evolve specialized teeth for slicing flesh—which is something we see in this newly described specimen.”

Aside from the personification and teleology in this statement (animals “figuring out” how to survive by “evolving” specialized teeth), Dr Poust waves ‘millions of years’ around as if they were creative forces.

“Nothing like this had existed in mammals before,” said Poust. “A few mammal ancestors had long fangs, but Diegoaelurus and its few relatives represent the first cat-like approach to an all-meat diet, with sabre-teeth in front and slicing scissor teeth called carnassials in the back. It’s a potent combination that several animal groups have independently evolved in the millions of years since.”

The Smithsonian pushes Deep Time throughout its displays with this spiral timeline vanishing to a point billions of Darwin Years ago.

Study reconsiders early evolution of sea urchins (eLife, 22 March 2022). The sand dollars you gathered on the beach as a child go back a long time in Darwin Years—like 57,000 miles back on the timeline (1 foot = 1 year).

The study suggests that modern echinoids emerged approximately 300 million years ago….

Once again, though this “molecular study” did not match the fossil record. They choose to believe the answer of the molecular clock in spite of the fossils, though, even if it means “reconsidering” the early evolution of sand dollars. They walk into the bank of time and withdraw more millions of years.

Additionally, the results suggest that sand dollars and sea biscuits likely emerged much earlier than thought, during the Cretaceous period about 40 to 50 million years before the first documented fossils of these creatures. The authors say this result is remarkable, as the tough skeleton of the sand dollars, their buried lifestyles, and their extremely distinct morphologies imply that their fossil record should faithfully reflect their true evolutionary history.

The “true evolutionary history” must be visualized, as if through a kind of hypnosis that sees farther back in the mists of time to uncover what Darwin says must have been there.

The team also developed a multivariate statistical approach called a ‘chronospace to help them visualise and assess the robustness of their evolutionary timeline to different choices in their analyses.

On our foot=year timeline, they crossed from West Africa to Japan in one step.

Smithsonian Fossil Hall in Washington DC exalts Darwin and Deep Time everywhere.

New insight into the possible origins of life Experiment sheds light on the molecular evolution of RNA (University of Tokyo, 18 March 2022). It’s sad to see all the Asians fall for the quaint Victorian myth that emerged from Down House in England 162 years ago. These Japanese Darwinists even learned the practice of making reckless drafts on the bank of time so that they could imagine things happening in mythical oceans. Back in distant recesses of a timeline that cannot be seen even a mile away, let alone far beyond the moon, no empirical trace remains of what they think they can visualize:

Life has many big questions, not least being where did we come from? Maybe you’ve seen the T-shirts with pictures going from ape to human (to tired office worker). But how about from simple molecule to complex cell to ape?

Notice that only materialistic, atheistic, Darwinistic answers are expected. From their trance, they tell us what they visualize:

For several decades, one hypothesis has been that RNA molecules (which are vital for cell functions) existed on primitive Earth, possibly with proteins and other biological molecules. Then around 4 billion years ago, they started to self-replicate and develop from a simple single molecule into diverse complex molecules. This step-by-step change possibly eventually led to the emergence of life as we know it — a beautiful array of animals, plants, and everything in between.

This is the story, from RNA to apes and scientists, funded by a generous handout from a teller at the Bank of Time.

Or was she held up at gunpoint?

 

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Comments

  • Fitimtari says:

    “3.7 billion years” – as though anything in the solar system looks that old

    “42 million years” – the time taken for the oceans’ sodium to accumulate at uniformitarian rates

    “Charles Darwin” never heard of Pluto => Smithsonian, your entire argument is invalid

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