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Monday, April 17, 2017

New Fossils Foul Up Evolutionary Timelines

Seems like the hands at the Darwin Ranch would get discouraged and find more rewarding (as well as useful) employment, what with all the bad news that's been carted in lately. They're unable to let bad evolutionary stories alone because new findings get publicity mighty quick like, and those of us with a creationary persuasion won't let them get away with it. Especially those of us with unregistered assault keyboards.

Large sea sponge
Largest sea sponge found, "about the size of a minivan"
Credit: NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, 2015 Hohonu Moana
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Time to commence rewriting the textbooks and adjusting the evolutionary timelines again, since the new fossils are recalcitrant and quite a bit out of sequence according to evolutionary mythology.

  • Colony of sea sponges was found and given an evolutionary date after an "extinction event", but it had thrived 
  • Uncooperative fish showed up in the fossil record before it was supposed to
  • The doubtful Chicxulub meteorite impact didn't exactly wipe out everything around it, as a mixture of tracks from birds, dinosaurs, and pterosaurs indicate
  • Teeth of Neanderthals show that these fully human folks knew some things about medicinal plants — and possibly a form of antibiotics
  • Giant rodents cause scientists to say that previous hypotheses were wrong
Gradual trial-and-error evolutionary processes over long periods of time are not supported by the fossil record, old son. Never have been, never will be. What the fossil record does support is the global Flood at the time of Noah. To read about the above items and more, click on "Rethinking Fossils".
 


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