Let's say you're sick. You get examined by a panel of doctors. They develop a consensus diagnosis, but a snake-oil salesman convinces you that the so-called experts are wrong and that to believe they are right is to believe an "argument from popularity" or "argument from majority."
That's what you're doing here.
No, it's not.
Again, because you seem to have not read my entire post #143:
What the majority says may or may not be true. But it is NOT true simply because the majority says so.
What I'm trying to get you to understand is that "scientific consensus" does not determine truth.
Evidence determines truth. Not consensus.
Let's flip the analogy:
You get examined by a panel of doctors. They develope a consensus diagnosis that you are sick, and then convince you that therefore you should believe what they say based on their consensus. The problem is that you haven't experienced any symptoms, and while some of the tests return positives, they convince you that those positives cannot be false positives because they say so, and therefore their conclusion that you are sick is correct.
And so you go on to believe them, and end up spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on tests, treatments, and drugs, all for a condition that you don't actually have.
That's you, UN.
You've been lied to, and worse, bought into the lie, that God did not create the universe in 6 days, and rested on the seventh, and then to justify your position, you resort to using logical fallacies to defend your decision to buy into what these scientists have said.
The solution is to not rely on the consensus, but to trust the evidence.
You are relying on the consensus.
I'm pointing to the evidence that tells you that God made the universe in six days, and you're rejecting it and crying, "Consensus, consensus!"
WAKE UP, man. Get a third party to examine you to confirm or deny the consensus. That's what I'm attempting to be, at least, for you!