Tales of Whale Evolution

As we have seen many times (and further examples are scheduled here), telling stories about evolution takes a great deal of imagination, but precious little actual evidence. When facts are examined, Darwinistas need to backpedal to change the stories — or ignore the evidence and let people continue to believe outdated material.

Stories of whale evolution remain far-fetched and free of actual evidence. "Vestigial" bones and such are not what evolutionists want to believe.
Humpback whale image credit: NOAA.gov via Wikimedia Commons
Tales of whale evolution have changed over the years, but the simplified version: we all evolved from sea creatures, then some mammals commenced to thinking they liked it better in the water, so they evolved into whales.

Even worse, some evolutionary sidewinders are telling distinct untruths based on their "here's evolution because we want to see it" paradigm. Vestigial hind legs and a pelvic girdle? Nope, those are used for making little whales. The same falsehood is said about hip bones. Ethics and integrity in science, indeed! There is nothing "vestigial" in whales because our Creator designed them well, with fully functional materials. Evolutionists are taking the wrong approach and spending too much time proclaiming evolution, so they're slow in finding out what's where for what.
National Geographic has a Little Kids First Big Book of… series on different topics. In its Little Kids First Big Book of Animals, pictures show giraffes, camels, bears, and whales. Young readers can see they all look different. Animals that live on land, like bears, have legs. But no one has seen a whale with legs. However, upon closer look, bears and whales do have some of the same traits. They both give birth to live young and nurse their offspring. Some whales also have hair in particular places on their body. These similar traits mean that both bears and whales are mammals. Some land mammals swim in the water a lot. What would happen if one type started to live more in the water than on land? Would its front legs slowly change to flippers like a whale has? Would its back legs gradually disappear? Is it possible that over a long time one kind of land animal could even become a whale?
To read the rest and learn how bad science and dishonesty are used for propaganda purposes, click on "Major Evolutionary Blunders: Are Whales and Evolution Joined at the Hip?"