Fog displacement

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Fog displacement is an intellectual operation violating the principle of scientific explanation. A typical example is Francis Crick’s suggestion that life did not originate on earth at all, but was sent here from outer space.[1]

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  1. David Berlinski (2009). "The End of Materialist Science", The Deniable Darwin. Seattle, USA: Discovery Institute Press, 162. ISBN 978-0-9790141-2-3. “It is this image that, no doubt, accounted for Francis Crick’s suggestion that life did not originate on earth at all, but was sent here from outer space, a wonderful example of an intellectual operation known as fog displacement.” 
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