Increasing Disarray in Evolutionary Timelines

February 2015 in the USA. We had Groundhog's Day, and today is Friday the 13th. What other irrational practices can we endure? I know! Atoms-to-anthropologist evolution!

Evolution's advocates spruce up their version of historical science like they were going to get awards at the county fair. They can get awards for storytelling, sure, but for real science? Not so much. Deniers of Darwin are ridiculed with nonsense like, "We have the fossils, we win!" Not only does everyone have the same evidence, but secular interpretations of fossils and other evidence continually changes — for the worse, in their case.

Evolution is not the tidy package displayed in the geologic column and through the dating of artifacts that some people think. In fact, things are going from disorder to disastrous disorder very quickly.

True science is changed according to the evidence and observations, and theories can be thrown away when they're shown to be full of errors (except evolution, of course, that's kept despite its flaws). Artifacts from ancient humans are found "older" than they should be, so the timeline gets pushed back. Existing materials are recalculated, also causing some tenets of evolution to be dated backward as well.

The geologic column isn't carved in stone (heh!), despite the way some people present it as a nice, linear progression of simple to complex life forms. Some fossils are recalcitrant, appearing "out of order", disappearing for alleged millions of years and then reappearing later ("ghost lineages"), appearing on the wrong side of the planet at the wrong time, and so on. Other fossils reveal organisms that wreck timelines and threaten conjectures about the age of the earth, prompting paleontologists to come up with excuses as bad as the ones made over a losing poker hand. The observed evidence cooperates more with the biblical creationists' Noachian Flood models far better than secular stories.
Archaeological and palaeontological activity results in a continuous flow of new discoveries that are often subjected to dating estimates. These discoveries, sometimes involving new dating techniques, not infrequently result in an extension of previously accepted date ranges for some fossils and artifacts.

As a result, the ranges of fossils within the geological timescale continue to expand. Changes of index fossils, in particular, create doubt in biostratigraphy. At the same time, dates for various human activities get pushed back in time. These suggest that the fossil timescale, and its evolutionary evidence, is less well known than commonly taught. Continual reporting of these new problems and exceptions to the established timescale will only serve to weaken its reliability.
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