Evolutionist claims refuted by creationists (again)

I think I’ve used this first quote before, but according to the Skeptic’s Dictionary:

However, when the entire scientific community has been proved to be wrong in the past it has been proved to be wrong by other scientists, not pseudoscientists [the label used by SkepDic for creation scientists].

They have been proved wrong by others doing empirical investigation, not by others who begin with faith in a religious dogma and who see no need to do any empirical investigation or prediction to support their beliefs.

Now compare that against the following:

It all began in the late 1970s when [creationist Jack] Cuozzo began to question the evolutionary interpretation of the fossil record. The antagonism [from evolutionists] resulted from his attempt to study the original Neandertal skeletal material housed in several Paris museums…

Cuozzo had taken numerous radiographs of the Neandertals with a portable cephalometric X-ray machine developed by General Electric Corporation for use in fossil research. At the time there were only two portable cephalometric X-ray machines in the world. He believed that the radiographs provided evidence against the orthodox evolutionary view of the Neandertals…

The X-ray photographs, it turned out, produced important new information about Neandertals that was detrimental to Darwinism, including evidence showing that many textbook measurements were incorrect.

Quote sources

  1. Carroll, R. (ed) (2015). “Creationism and Creation Science” in The Skeptic’s Dictionary. Available http://skepdic.com/creation.html. Last accessed 13 Mar 2018
  2. Bergman, J. (2017). Evolution’s Blunders, Frauds and Forgeries. Creation Book Publishers, Powder Springs, pp. 37-38

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