Evolutionists Deny Evidence to make Darwin Smile

Added link about altering facts to fit views on 10 July 2023.

As we have seen many times, people interpret evidence according to their worldviews. For example, an evolutionist can see a trilobite fossil and say that it is millions of years old, a biblical creationist uses the same evidence and interprets it as representing the Genesis Flood. Nobody is strictly neutral.

Secular scientists are thought to be objective, following where the evidence leads, but that does not happen when the narrative is paramount. It is adjusted so Darwin's frown will turn upside down and people continue to be hoodwinked.

Evolutionists have their storytelling to do, but observed evidence gets in the way. They alter the facts to fit their views, the narrative is supreme.
Darwin Approves of Evoluton Fairy Tales, modified from Favourite French fairy tales / Barbara Douglas, 1921
In The Face of Evil, a 1977 "Dr. Who" story, The Doctor was given these words by writer Chris Boucher:
You know, the very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common, they don't alter their views to fit the facts, they alter the facts to fit their views, which can be uncomfortable, if you happen to be one of the facts that needs altering.

This applies in many ways, especially politically. We can also see how it describes the activities in the secular science industry. A fossil discovery indicates birds lived with dinosaurs (as creationists and some evolutionists already knew), so change the dates in the timeline. Fossil footprints are clearly human, but in the wrong place? Again, adjust the dates and the way the evidence is presented. Lovejoy put Lucy's pelvis together the way it used to look — except that it's impossible to know unless he was there!

It would be advantageous to Darwinists to question their presuppositions instead of disingenuously altering the facts to fit their views. But that would mean evidence is superior to the evolution stories, that creationists are right again, that God exists — and we are responsible to him.

One of the hallmarks of good science is to formulate a cogent theory based on the physical evidence. For example, if the physical evidence (e.g. a fossilized human footprint trail or a fossil human footbone) does not agree with the time of the appearance of humans according to accepted theory, then the theory must be adjusted—no matter how significant or painful that might be.

The rest can be found at "Physical Evidence Trumps Evolution Theory."