Muddling Through Another Rewrite of Human Evolution - Part 2

In Part 1, we saw that proponents of evolution have a mess, and they are constantly needing to rewrite human evolution because the facts do not fit the narrative. As we continue, we see that other scientific disciplines are also recalcitrant to evolutionary ideas.

Evolutionists tamper with radiometric dating to obtain results they prefer but only make matters worse. Also, Neanderthal DNA in modern humans is a greater problem for evolution than they previously thought.
Background imageThe Passion of Creation, Leonid Pasternak, 1880s
Radiometric dates assigned to Neanderthal remains conflict with archaeological finds, and the radiometric dating methods used are based on circular reasoning. In addition, these dates were disingenuously adjusted to fit what scientists wanted — especially when they were more compatible with biblical timelines. The archaeologists discovered that the Neanderthals engaged in the same kinds of activities that modern humans would enjoy.
A recent report in the journal Science mixed detailed archaeological finds with stories about human origins. As is typical, age assignments for fossils fit evolutionary time instead of the Bible’s much shorter timeline of thousands, not millions, of years. But the age-dating exercises revealed more about what these scientists believe about the past than what the rocks and fossils themselves reveal.

A cave on the Portugal coast has Neanderthal human remains. A University of Göttingen press release says that archaeologists found these ancient cave-living humans ate “mussels, crustaceans and fish as well as waterfowl and marine mammals such as dolphins and seals.” Neanderthals went fishing?
You can read the rest of this first (of two) installments by clicking on "Mishandled Data Determine New Hominid Ages". Be sure to come back for the final article, below.

After seeing examples of bad logic and tampering with data, we now take a quick look at DNA. There are numerous examples that Neanderthals were fully human, a fact that most evolutionists admit. Those folks were happy about sharing their DNA with modern humans, and it is likely that everyone has some amount of Neanderthal or Denisovan DNA. But ancient humans were globetrotting much earlier than Darwin's disciples want to believe, but this is not a problem with biblical creation.
Neanderthals are classified by evolutionists as archaic humans given that both their DNA and bones are essentially human. Yet, new stories constantly hit the headlines with the supposedly shocking news that anatomically modern humans and Neanderthals were found to have interbred once again. Recently, another such story appeared in the journal Genetics. Why is this type of news so exciting, yet also so confusing to evolutionists?
To wrap up this series and read that last short article, click on "Neanderthal DNA Muddles Evolutionary Story".