Evolution is Slow, Except when it is Fast

It must be good to be involved in the secular science industry. As seen here many times, research can be committed while ignoring important data, free money from governments in return for supporting leftist political views, adoration from the propaganda-consuming public. Good, to them.

They can also change the definitions of words with the ol' bait 'n' switch. That is, change is called evolution even though nothing changed into something else. Speciation and variation fit biblical creation science, old son. It is also acceptable to invoke Darwinist Privilege™.

Stopwatch image from Unsplash / Veri Ivanova, modified with Darwin's profile
There is a wagon train-load of living fossils, which are organisms that were thought extinct then found alive and well, essentially unchanged over supposed millions of years. The excuse for that is stasis: They didn't evolve because they didn't have to, or there was no need to do so. That is just plain stupid, because Earth is dynamic and living conditions change many times.

Another area of Darwinist Privilege™ is to vary the speeds of evolution. The Bearded Buddha expected things to move along very slowly (hence the need for uniformitarian geologists to find ways to make the earth seem old). Sometimes change is observed quite quickly — but again, nothing changes into something else. Evolution is slow, except when it isn't. (They want things both ways.) Sure is a lot of effort to deny the truth, logic, and observed evidence of special creation.

Evolution is boringly slow except when it is hyper-fast. For a theory of constant change, Darwinians want to have it both ways. And yet they base “molecular clock” studies on the assumption that gradual evolutionary change is so regular it can be used to calculate when groups of organisms emerged. Why do people fall for this chicanery?

For example, look at the difference between these first two headlines published almost on the same day:

You can read it all by visiting "Two-Timers in the Darwin Party." A related article on playing dating games is at "Evolution Fast, Evolution Slow — but not Science."