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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Evolutionists Evading Soft Tissues — Part 2

Let me wish you a happy Cosmonautics Day. Oh, wait. This is about debunking evolution and affirming creation science. Still, the first human in space was a noteworthy event.

In our last exciting episode, we saw that the hands at the Darwin Ranch are busy forging excuses for more soft tissues. When unbelievable, science-denying rescuing devices are ineffective, they use an emergency exit: ignore the difficulties.

Evolutionists deny science by ignoring facts about fossils

Excellent preservation of a Cretaceous Confuciusornis confuses evolutionists, so they ignore the fact that the detail cannot happen in their paradigm. Instead, they talk about bird evolution. But they have nothing there, either. The same kind of thing happened with the Eoconfuciusornis discovery, another excellent and detailed fossil. Just ignore the problems. Oh, by the way, they're still scrapping over the amber and dinosaur tail thing, too. Settle down, Earth is not as old as you want to believe. It was created much more recently.
Unrepentant over extreme falsification, evolutionary paleontologists are just taking it for granted that soft tissue can survive millions of years.

Scientists have reported soft tissues from the lower hindlimb of a Cretaceous bird. Writing in Nature Communications, Jiang et al. say,
Nope, to find out what is being said, and more details about the items mentioned above, click on "More Soft Tissue Found in Cretaceous Fossil Bird". Hey, got a bonus for y'all: further deep-time follies with "Tick Talk: Mammal Blood Found in Amber".