Friday, September 22, 2023
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You Know Hwhat? Creationists Can’t Read Papers.

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Today, we look at a Institute for Creation Research (ICR) interview of Dr. Jeffrey Tomkins, who doesn’t seem to be capable of reading papers, so winds up making patently absurd claims.

Debunking James Tour:

Jackson Wheat:
Molecular Clock Dating has some Issues:

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Prebiotic Chemistry and Chemical Evolution of Nucleic Acids:
Early Life on Earth – Animal Origins:
Decimetre-scale multicellular eukaryotes from the 1.56-billion-year-old Gaoyuzhuang Formation in North China:
Cambrian (wikipedia):
From water to land:
Evolutionary history of plants (wikipedia):
Study suggests complex life was present on Earth 2.33 billion years ago:
Dino rib yields evidence of oldest soft tissue remains:
Evidence of preserved collagen in an Early Jurassic sauropodomorph dinosaur revealed by synchrotron FTIR microspectroscopy:
Exceptional soft tissue preservation reveals a cnidarian affinity for a Cambrian phosphatic tubicolous enigma:
This 480 million-year-old creature is the ancestor of all starfish:
Amber Ale: Brewing Beer From 45-Million-Year-Old Yeast:
Micrococcus luteus — survival in amber:
Isolation of a 250 million-year-old halotolerant bacterium from a primary salt crystal:
Aerobic microbial life persists in oxic marine sediment as old as 101.5 million years:
Scientists successfully revive 100m-year-old microbes from the sea:
The Third Way:
An Upper Limit on the Functional Fraction of the Human Genome:
Model of effectively neutral mutations in which selective constraint is incorporated:
A systematic survey of loss-of-function variants in human protein-coding genes:
A Resolution of the Mutation Load Paradox in Humans:
Evolution and Functional Impact of Rare Coding Variation from Deep Sequencing of Human Exomes:
An integrated map of genetic variation from 1,092 human genomes:

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40 thoughts on “You Know Hwhat? Creationists Can’t Read Papers.
  1. It's telling that creationists think of how the flood works in that extremely sanitised, kid friendly way that…well, kids are taught so that they don't conclude that Yahweh is a monster. They have absolutely no idea how a flood would actually happen especially one that supposedly covered the whole world in a very short window of time, especially when they want it both ways as a gentle act of cleansing and a violent act of destruction that shaped the landscape.

  2. @Rhino This video is incomplete without referencing Gutsick Gibbon's hours and hours of response videos, where she replicates Tomkins work, showing how he deceitfully and knowingly uses incorrect methodology to "prove" creationismisms.

    Tomkins is no different than the paid mercenary geologists who send 10-year old lava samples with 300 million year old inclusions to be tested using the wrong laboratory methods to "prove" radiological dating doesn't work.

  3. @Rhino parse the words! – researcher claims to make beer brewed with yeast that was resuscitated "in a similar way." There is NO claim that the yeast used was the same yeast found in amber, merely that they put modern yeast to sleep, and brought it back using the same method. Creationists are tricksy, my precious.

  4. Droopy the dog is a jubilant creature ain't he? This is the composure one might expect, from a person who's begun a science degree to deliberately confirm a preconceived creation myth, replete with adhoc confirmation bias, and discovered nothing more than that their science career is down the toilet, because they can't use it to confirm the creation dogma, and won't use it to participate in proper science. Sad.🥺

  5. Much as I like Rhino, and have followed his channel for many years, a lot of his content becomes pretty drawn-out and tedious – and this is a good example.

  6. You deserve a medal for spending so much time listening to creotards . These people are toxic please make sure your "work/life balance " is sorted because it can get to you !….also I have a degree in genetics and this fucker is outright lying he's not wrong. he hasn't made a mistake He is a LIAR and he knows he is a LIAR .

  7. Pay attention kids, this moron won’t educate you so I will. The largest DNA study ever was published in 2018, over 100,000 different species had their mitochondrial DNA sampled. The data clearly showed there is no relationship linking all life having a common ancestor and using mutation rates it showed all species were between 100-200 thousand years old. The evolutionists who authored the paper had to admit the evidence shows no common ancestor by both no similarities across the species DNA and all species seamed to have appeared all around the same time. Science always shows life did not start on its own and evolve into all life forms. Ouch

  8. A “plain reading” of the text gets you a flat earth with a dome over it and pillars holding the earth up. Weird how most creationists won’t accept that. That’s what the text plainly says!

  9. If I knew for sure that either atheists or creationists were lying and trying to convince me of their point while the other one was real, it would totally be the atheists lying. All the creationist evidence is too far away from truth to be made up (except by an ancient civilization who knew very little about the world.)

  10. Could you share a link to the Mendel's Accountant program? Can find through the links the caption, and googling points so much to people touting results from it… Rather curious to pick it apart.

  11. 34:01 I cannot fathom why religious people keep saying this "It's like a religion!". They are literally using "religion" as a bad concept.
    Can they not hear it themselves, that they are telling everyone that what they believe is a bad thing?

  12. 7:37
    Jeffery Tomkins (I think) – "There is no evidence for the origin of life. But yet, supposedly it occurred 3.5B years ago." And we shouldn't believe it!
    Also same guy – There is no evidence for the creation story. And it occurred 6000 years ago." And we should believe it!.

  13. [44:49-57] VR isn't quite right here—mt-Eve is our matrilineal MRCA (most recent common ancestor).

    As Wikipedia notes, '… the name [“mitochondrial Eve”] is merely a popular convention, and … the mt-MRCA was not in any way the "first woman".' So even a 6000-year age for mt-Eve is no support at all for YEC.

  14. Hey Rhino, I just wanted to let you know, that the absence of Puddles in the outtakes has been noticed. It puts your like count in danger. And it would be a shame if something happened to it, wouldn't it?^^

  15. WTF is a "plain reading" of a document that's been altered, translated, and re-translated thousands of times? What version are we expected to use for a "plain reading" (I know it's KJB, but apologists need to start INCLUDING that in their assertions). How does one read a 16th century text "plainly" in the 21st century? I once had to read 17th century American Literature for college, and let me tell you, that shit ain't "plain" (the text I had even preserved the weird "s" that looks like an "f" without the crossbar)

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