The hands at the Darwin Ranch have been mighty glum lately. News about the alleged transitional form known as Lucy have been going from bad to worse, and it's not only because of biblical creationists. That's right, even evolutionists are admitting that Lucy's status upright-walking link is poor. Some of Darwin's Cheerleaders will deny the evidence (preferring outdated material and uninformed opinions to credible evidence). Do they know that one of the bones assigned to the creature was actually from a baboon?
|Modified from a public domain image at Wikimedia Commons|
Next, we have a new video ("webinar") from Genesis Apologetics, the people that brought us the "Debunking Evolution" material. The first part establishes that this is a biblical creation science organization, and gives some other creation science information that people who are not so familiar with the origins controversy may appreciate. Later, Lucy gets the treatment — mostly from evolutionists. One of my favorite video scenes is included, where a cast of the bones are modified to fit together the way they're "supposed" to be! Again, we see that scientists have presuppositions, and sometimes those cause them to tamper with the data. To see "Lucy's Fall from Science", click here and select the last of the four videos.
Here are some other articles to help you put the ape back in the trees:
- Anthropologist has vision of Lucy falling out of a tree, "Anthropologist Trippin' Out with Lucy"
- "More evidence Australopithecus was an extinct ape"
- "Did Lucy Fall to Her Death Because She Climbed Our Family Tree?"
- "Did Humans Walk Like Chimps Up the Evolutionary Tree?"
- "Lucy's Status Sketchy at Best", with several other links
- "Lucy Gets 'Splained' to Presumptuous Evolutionist" (the title is based on the "I Love Lucy" television show, where Ricky often said to Lucy, "You better 'splain"...never mind)
- "Human Tool Marks Found from 'Lucy' Era"
- "Human Foot Bone Misidentified as Lucy's"
- "Australopithecus Was a Well-Adapted Tree Climber", article from November 2012 supporting latest findings