More evolutionary bias!

by Science Shepherd August 30, 2010

More evolutionary bias!

This is an interesting article.

It really points out the evolutionary bias that the accepted scientific establishment has. No matter what is being studied, even when the truth is standing right in front of them, they are completely unable to identify it because they are so blinded by evolutionary doctrine. They so blindly believe the earth and universe is many billions of years old that they are more willing to expend mental energy to explain this statement, "Ever since NASA's Magellan spacecraft radar-mapped Venus twenty years ago, researchers have been struck by the relative sparseness and random distribution of its impact craters. The pattern, completely unlike that found on other terrestrial planets, suggests a surface that is uniformly young."What this is saying is that the features of Venus suggest that it isn't billions of years old, but is much younger. Rather than even consider that what they are looking at on Venus is indeed a young planet surface, as the Bible implies, they must come up with other explanations as to why Venus looks young. If you read the article, you will see various scientists have different explanations as to how the surface of Venus looks young without actually being young. Note that none of those explanations even considers that possibility that the reason Venus looks young is because it is is young!

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