Katydid Chews Up Evolution

For some reason, I never thought Katy would, but katydid. Fossilize, that is. And this fossil is extremely detailed, unlike those ammonites and things we find in the river or quarry. There have been quite a few fossils found lately that are very intricate.

This katydid fossil shows so much detail, it works against particles-to-paleontologist evolution: All of the minutiae are like their modern counterparts, so no evidence of evolution. We looked at the recurrent secular miracle of convergent evolution. Here is stasis, another popular miracle among Darwin's disciples.

Katydid (Tettigoniidae), Flickr / Insects Unlocked (public domain)

Evolutionists want things both ways, since evolution is a "fact" and pretty much like an irresistible force (except when it's an entity making choices and decisions), or there is stasis where organisms didn't change after millions of Darwin years. Paddlefish, sharks,  tunicates, alligators, coelacanths, and many other critters didn't feel the need to turn into something else. These are often called living fossils.

Further, a study still used the preposterous uniformitarian dogma of a critter dying, sinking, and eventually turning into a fossil...do these people even think? What we are seeing is evidence for rapid burial, which provides the necessary conditions for fossilization. All these things point to the Genesis Flood and recent creation, old son.

A fascinating discovery of a fossil insect has recently been made by evolutionists in Colorado. The description once again points clearly to the effects of the Genesis Flood thousands of years ago.

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The compressed shale was sedimentary rock laid down by running water that creationists suggest was part of the Genesis Flood 4,500 years ago. Indeed, the Colorado Formation, where the fossil katydid (family Tettigoniidae) was found, is part of the famous Green River Formation that also extends into Wyoming and Utah. This tristate Eocene formation was evidently formed by much more than just a local flood.

To read the entire article, see "''Ancient'' Katydid Fossil is...a Katydid." Try not to facepalm like katydid when reading the silly evolutionary pronouncements.