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DESPERATE DARWINISTS STILL GRABBING STRAWS FOR ‘MISSING LINKS’

DESPERATE DARWINISTS STILL GRABBING STRAWS FOR ‘MISSING LINKS’

“People who prophesy out of their own imaginations.”—Ezekiel 13:17 NIV

“Pursuing their own imaginations.”—Isaiah 65:2 NIV

“Your mind will imagine confusing things.”Proverbs 23:33 NIV

Like the literal drunkard in Proverbs 23:33 “imagining confusing things,” Darwinists have been drunk on their own theories for a long time.

In a new National Geographic article entitled “Dinosaur-Era Bird Found With Shockingly Intact Skull,” the author claimed “a delicate but remarkably well-preserved fossil skull is providing new clues to how birds evolved from their dinosaur ancestors.” read more

Where is our Last Common Ancestor (LCA)?

Where is our Last Common Ancestor (LCA)?

Last Common Ancestor (LCA)
Darwinists persistently assert that there is a “missing link” between humans and apes

“We still have not found the missing link between us and apes” is the title of an article published by BBC News on May 18, 2017. The article is about the search for a “missing link.” Since there are no living creatures that fill in the gaps or “missing links” between humans and apes, Darwinists persistently assert that there was a “last common ancestor” (LCA). “Most people know it by a non-scientific name: ‘the missing link.'”

“Scientists have been on the trail of the LCA for decades, and they still have not found it.” It has a lot in common with Big Foot – you know it has to be out there somewhere. The only problem is you never can find it. Scientists have had a lot of trouble trying to even agree on much of anything about this LCA. But the article assures us that the “fossilized remains of the LCA might come to light any time.” read more

Fossil sheds light on ‘Jurassic Park’ dinosaurs

Fossil sheds light on ‘Jurassic Park’ dinosaurs

Herd of dinosaurs
Vouivria herd roaming a coastal lagoon (Imperial College London)

“Fossil sheds light on ‘Jurassic Park’ dinosaurs” is the title of an article published on May 2, 2017 by BBC News. The article shows how flimsy and precarious the entire theory of macroevolution (Darwinism) is. From a re-examination of one fossil, scientists are coming up with a new species of dinosaur.

Then they admit “these animals were evolving much earlier than the fossil record previously has indicated.” That should be worded “much earlier than our theory indicated.” Actually, they say it’s “five million years” older. read more

Fish do not forget things in seconds

Fish do not forget things in seconds

fish
A blue tang (Paracanthurus hepatus) (Credit: Steven David Miller/naturepl.com)

BBC News published an article on April 27, 2017, entitled: “Why fish do not deserve their reputation for forgetfulness.” Let’s examine some quotes from this article:

“This widely-held belief may persist due to… an old-fashioned view of how evolution works.”

“Most of the fish on the planet today evolved around the same time as humans.”

“The fish’s performance… could be compared to that of rats.”

“Fish’s ability to track depth makes them ‘superior to humans’ in this respect.” read more

Unknown ancient reptile roamed the Pyrenees mountains

Unknown ancient reptile roamed the Pyrenees mountains

Uknown ancient reptile
Artistic reconstruction of an archosauromorph

An “unknown ancient reptile roamed the Pyrenees mountains” according to a BBC News article published on April 20, 2017.

“The footprints of a mysterious reptile that lived about 250 million years ago have been identified in fossils from the Pyrenees mountains.”

“Footprints” have been found, now an entirely new species has been discovered? And it’s “a member of the group that gave rise to crocodiles and dinosaurs?”

All from “footprints?” read more

Robber Fly – Highly Adapted or Designed?

Robber Fly – Highly Adapted or Designed?

The robber fly is a powerfully built, bristly fly with a short, stout proboscis enclosing the sharp, sucking hypopharynx. The name “robber fly” reflects its notoriously aggressive predatory habits; it feeds mainly or exclusively on other insects and as a rule it waits in ambush and catches its prey in flight.

A robber fly
The Asilidae are the robber fly family, also called assassin flies

A BBC News article published on March 9, 2017, entitled “Robber fly: Hunting secrets of a tiny predator revealed,” reports that the mid-air hunting strategy of the robber fly has been revealed by an international team of scientists. read more

How the Universe can expand if there is no extra space

How the Universe can expand if there is no extra space

On February 13, 2017, BBC published an article entitled “How the Universe can expand if there is no extra space.” The article can be viewed here.

As God asked Job 3,500 years ago: “Have you grasped the celestial laws?” (Job 38:33 NJB)

We know much more today than Job did then, but our answer would also be: “not really.”

However, the Bible does enlighten us far beyond science, although we appreciate good science.

“Yahweh, my God, how great you are! … You stretch out the heaven like a tent.” (Ps 104:1-2 NJB) read more

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