Beetle Baffles Evolutionists

According to proponents of vertical (universal common ancestor) evolution, the simplest life forms are in the oldest rock layers, and then things became more advanced. This story is built on assumptions, and paleontologists are constantly finding fossils in the wrong order, and critters that "astonish" them. Happens a lot, really.

Beetle fossil astonishes evolutionists by looking "modern"
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Papa Darwin called things that appeared to be extinct but are doing right well in the here and now "living fossils". Seems like we have something that may qualify. A beetle that is 300 million Darwin years old shows all sorts of features that its fully modern counterparts exhibit. So, evolutionists are amazed. They wouldn't be having these problems if they realized that God's Word is true, evolution is false, and the world was created recently. Fossils like this happened quickly in the Genesis Flood, not gradually over zillions of years. Then all the evidence would line up nicely for them. Unfortunately, materialists would rather believe lies rather than the truth. It's their nature.
A newly discovered bug—a beetle—has really bugged some Darwinists. As explained in a report based on a study by Friedrich-Schiller-Universitaet scientists in Jena Germany, the half centimeter-long beetle that closely resembles a modern beetle is “currently causing astonishment among both entomologists and paleontologists.” The beetle, one of the oldest known beetles ever discovered, “is throwing a completely new light on the earliest developments in this group of insects.” The report, published in the current issue of the leading scientific journal titled the Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, is about a fossilized beetle found in a former marshland in Belmont, Australia.
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