Spread of Amphibians

Who say to the seers, “Do not see,” And to the prophets, “Do not prophesy to us right things; Speak to us smooth things, prophesy deceits.

(Isaiah 30:10) NKJV

Amphibians were buried in a swamp. Does that mean that amphibians were spreading? No, it doesn’t, it means that amphibians lived in a swamp that got buried.

We’re going to weave together a few threads of our logic and demonstrate that the popular science narrative of godless existence (SciPop) is rife with examples of something called “doublespeak.”

Doublespeak is language that deliberately obscures, disguises, distorts, or reverses the meaning of words. Doublespeak may take the form of euphemisms (e.g. “downsizing” for layoffs and “servicing the target” for bombing), in which case it is primarily meant to make the truth sound more palatable. It may also refer to intentional ambiguity in language or to actual inversions of meaning. In such cases, doublespeak disguises the nature of the truth. Doublespeak is most closely associated with political language. The word is comparable to George Orwell’s Newspeak and Doublethink as used in his book Nineteen Eighty-Four, though the term Doublespeak does not appear there.

– Doublespeak (Wikipedia)

A frequent theme in how SciPop narrates the evolution timescale is the punctuated appearance of new diversity which arises in accordance with the plan of increasing biological complexity. However, the evidence is the remains of the devastating destruction at every level of complexity.

The Cambrian, for existence, is described as an “explosion of diversity.” The sad reality is that the related sedimentary formations testify to the horrific loss of diversity. We didn’t gain diversity, we lost it. A world-wide mass extinction event isn’t an explosion of diversity. This is SciPop doublespeak.


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