Birds Tear Down Evolution Tales

A few days back, I was talking with Trevor "Red" Schnapper about how the hands at the Darwin Ranch are flighty about birds. Red told me about some new Just-So Stories.

Evolutionists are usually unable to break out of their framework so they can conduct real science. Charles Darwin had his idea about a Tree of Life with everything developing from simpler life forms and branching out. That concept is just plain wrong, and some evolutionists are rejecting it. Several examples of the useless Tree of Life come from studying birds.

The Tree of Life and other Darwinist fantasies are being thwarted by birds. Hoatzins wreak havoc on it, finch genetics support creation, and more.
Hoatzin, Flickr / Carine06 (CC BY-SA 2.0)
That punk-rock chicken called the hoatzin, down South America way, wreaks havoc with Darwin's Tree. Like the platypus, it cannot be successfully classified and has long been a problem for evolutionists. Place it on one branch of the Tree and it clumsily (they're not good flyers) moves to another one. Evolutionists also cannot determine how it reached its current living quarters.

Another weird tale is that penguins supposedly evolved for their cold niches because of climate change, so they are being used by secular climate alarmists (your tax money at work). There are also penguins in much warmer areas like South Africa and the Gal├ípagos Islands. Creationists believe that living things were front-loaded with genetic material so they can adapt to change. But they evosplain things, not producing evidence that penguins developed from other organisms and how genetic material was added. Penguins were created to be penguins.

Speaking of genetics (which was pioneered by Gregor Mendel, peas be upon him), studies of "Darwin's finches" show what creationists have already stated. Specifically, they have existing genetic information so they can adapt. Of course, evolutionists light prayer candles to Charlie instead of admitting that biblical creationists had it right all along.

You can dip your beak into these reports and more at "Birds Break Evolution Stories."