That explains a lot, too.They think picking a point of uncertainty in one part applies to all.
If I recall correctly, Duane Gish was maliciously pleased when a research team challenged the majority opinion on bird evolution, and suggested another possible ancestor instead.
I could not understand that. After all, the team wsa still proposing evolution, so the tally was still the same.
Nor could I understand why the Creationists were so upset over the pickuyune details of Kettlewell's study of peppered moths. So what if a population of peppered moths does return to its original color if taken back to their original habitat?
I haven't read Kettlewell's study, but I imagine that he had no intentions of doing Adam and Eve any harm. Rather, he only wanted to learn a little more about peppered moths.