THE L. F. NEXUS
THE EVOLUTIONIST’S APE “POLICE LINEUP”
AKA “THE EVOLUTIONIST’S ‘HUMAN EVOLUTION SEQUENCE’”
By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti
First, we show you a slightly abbreviated version of the so-called “human evolution sequence.” Note that we will not address whether any of the nonhuman creatures in the sequence ever even existed until the end of this article.
The version of the human evolution sequence seen above is based on carbon-14 dating and one possible, forensic investigation technique (Patterson technique). Now, here is the human evolution sequence based on dating using a different radioisotope of carbon (“helical carbon-13”† [see footnote 1]) and a different, forensic investigation technique (Clarkson technique):
Does anyone see a problem (author is smiling)? But, we’re not done. Now, here is the human evolution sequence based on dating using yet another radioisotope of carbon (“polarized carbon-12”‡ [see footnote 2]) and yet another forensic investigation technique (Hodgemores technique):
Again, does anyone see a problem (author is smiling again)? Once again, the evolutionist’s lack of true science is exposed. True science says:
We have no way of knowing with certainty when any nonhuman creature in the sequence lived.
Moreover, there is no definitive proof that any of the nonhuman creatures ever even existed.
†Footnote 1: This is d-emphatic (d-orbital emphatic) carbon-14. It is a subradioisotope of carbon-14.
‡Footnote 2: This is f-emphatic (f-orbital emphatic) carbon-14. It is a subradioisotope of carbon-14.
Footnote 3: The term “orbital” refers to any of a number of possible regions around the nucleus of an atom somewhere within which an electron resides at a given point in time. The farther the region is from the nucleus the higher the energy of the electron.
Footnote 4: The “d” and “f” refer to the physical shapes of the regions referred to in footnote 3.
Footnote 5: A subradioisotope is:
Any of two or more radioactive species of atoms of a chemical element with the same atomic number and nearly identical chemical behavior but with differing atomic mass or mass number, different physical properties, and different electron orbital tendencies.