Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.(2 Timothy 3:7) KJV
In a hilarious twist which shows how the popular science narrative of godless existence (SciPop) is unraveling, scientists have been backed into such a tight corner that it’s necessary to invoke the oceanic dispersal of dinosaurs.
This is ironic because atheist science trolls (ASTs) on Twitter and other social media platforms have been mercilessly mocking Creationists for being in the same situation: how do we account for the current distribution of biodiversity given that the breakup of Pangaea is supposedly before the development of modern mammalian groups?
Since Creationists deny the process of evolution and genetic change over time they’re faced with an apparently unsolvable conundrum: how did monotremes and marsupials get to Australia (for instance) if the animals all started out on Noah’s ark? Atheists hoot with laughter at the notion of Kangaroos swimming across the Indian Ocean. Now the atheists are stuck with needing dinosaurs to swim across oceans.
In a hilarious twist, popular science (SciPop) now depends on tactics once used by atheists to mock Creationists.
This situation has arisen because, contrary to what you may think, SciPop isn’t a body of established facts. It’s an inductive rationalization of evidence designed to fit the narrative of biological evolution.
We can solve this problem by understanding nuance. Evolution is indeed the process of genetic decay, but it isn’t the origin of animal kinds. We refer to the observed and documented process of evolution as devolution.
Devolution is change in allele frequency in a population, combined with accumulated mutations and DNA replication errors, that causes genomic decay, sickness, and loss of variability over time. It includes both macro and micro evolution. It began at the fall of man in Genesis 3:16.– Devolution, definition
In the Matty’s Paradigm devolution model the breakup of Pangaea was after the dispersal of biodiversity across the surface of the Earth, not before it, and so our model is the only one which doesn’t require dinosaurs to swim across oceans. Devolution has a Biblical context, and it dovetails neatly with the theory of plate tectonics and the Birth of Peleg (Genesis 10:25) being the when the super-continent Pangaea broke apart, about 101 years after Noah’s flood.
SciPop will never get this right because it can’t extricate itself from the grossly exaggerated timescale required by biological evolution. As a result, it now has to resort to explanations which it has formerly used to mock Creationists. Sadly, Creationists aren’t in any better shape since their inductive rationalization of the Bible is tailored to fit the SciPop narrative.