Essay: You obviously don't understand how science works

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Prior to publishing the work On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life, the evolutionist Charles Darwin wrote in his private notebooks that he was a materialist, which is a type of atheist (see: Religious Views of Charles Darwin).[1] Charles Darwin’s casual mentioning of a ‘creator’ in earlier editions of The Origin of Species appears to have been a merely a deceitful ploy to downplay the implications of his materialistic theory.[2] Please see: Atheism and deception
Ernst Haeckel's fraudulent drawings comparing human embryo development to lower life forms.[3] An irony of history is the March 9, 1907 edition of the NY Times refers to Ernst Haeckel as the "celebrated Darwinian and founder of the Association for the Propagation of Ethical Atheism."[4] Please see: Atheism and deception
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Late in Charles Darwin's life, Darwin told the Duke of Argyll that he frequently had overwhelming thoughts that the natural world was the result of design.[5] In a letter to Asa Gray, Darwin confided: "...I am quite conscious that my speculations run quite beyond the bounds of true science."[6]
Dr. Jonathan Wells published a book in 2000 entitled Icons of Evolution. Dr. Wells contends "the best-known “evidences” for Darwin’s theory have been exaggerated, distorted or even faked."[7]
The evolutionist and immunologist Dr. Scott Todd, an immunologist at Kansas State University, perfectly epitomized the irrational evolutionary denial of the evidence for creation in his correspondence to the science journal Nature. Dr. Scott wrote: "Even if all the data point to an intelligent designer, such an hypothesis is excluded from science because it is not naturalistic".[8]
Dr. Tim White, anthropologist at the University of California-Berkeley, gave the name "Flipperpithecus" to a supposed "humanoid species" arising from a fossil find that is most likely part of a dolphin's rib.
human evolution
Nebraska man was made famous by Henry Osborn of the American Museum of Natural History. Nebraska man turned out to be nothing more than a single pig-like tooth.
Harvard biologist Ernst Mayr wrote: "It must be admitted, however, that it is a considerable strain on one’s credulity to assume that finely balanced systems such as certain sense organs (the eye of vertebrates, or the bird’s feather) could be improved by random mutations."[9]
 Intelligent design
Dr. Walter Bradley said: "The optimism of the 1950's is gone. The mood at the 1999 international conference of the origin of life was described as grim - full of frustration, pessimism, and desperation."[10]
To see some examples of atheists clinging to counter evidence and illogical 19th century "science" please go HERE and HERE. Some reasonable explanations of why so many atheists desperately cling to pseudoscience are given HERE.
For the sisyphean evolutionist in search of bona fide evidence to support evolution: As always, there is more work to be done! There is no rest for the wicked. In addition, to the embarrassment of the atheist community, there is no proof and evidence that atheism is true.

For more information please see: As always, there is more work to be done

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Quote for evolutionist to daily ponder: "So called evolutionary "science" is like sausages. If you want to continue to believe in evolution; it is better not to see how it is being made." - Anonymous (derived from a Otto von Bismarck quote)[11]

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  7. Ernst Mayr, Systematics and the Origin of Species (New York: Dover Publications, 1942), p. 296
  8. Quoted in Strobel, Lee, The case for Faith, p.107.