Topics: Evolution Quotes - BrainyQuote
In the review of Episode 1 , I provided the materialistic background to Neil de Grasse Tyson’s reboot of Cosmos , probably even more materialistic than the 1980 series by Tyson’s mentor, Carl Sagan.
Right at the start, Tyson poses the question about where the variety of living creatures came from, and he makes it clear that the answer is goo-to-you evolution: “The answer is a transforming power that sounds like something out of a fairy tale or myth.” I would argue that it sounds that way because that’s exactly what it is, but Tyson disagrees.
However, to ‘prove’ his point, Tyson must resort to the evolutionists’ old faithful fallacy of equivocation or bait and switch. Basically, the fallacy in the argument of so many Apostles of Atheopathy, including Tyson and Dawkins , can be boiled down to the following argument: