The Lie of Animal Evolution

Gogonasus Is Not A Missing Link, But A Fish Exhibiting A Flawless Creation

The Turkish daily Hürriyet carried a report titled “380-million-year missing link found” in its 20 October, 2006, edition. The article dealt with the fossil fish known as Gogonasus discovered in Australia by the palaeontologist John Long. Gogonasus had bony structures on its fins and a deep hole in its skull that enabled it to breathe. Based on this anatomy, Long …

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National Geographic Tv’s Undersea Fairy Tales

A documentary called “Built for the Kill” has been screened on National Geographic TV. On the one hand, the program described some of the techniques used by sea creatures to hunt or evade capture, and on the other it sent out Darwinist messages by describing some creatures as “programmed to kill” or “ruthless killers.” The flawless design in the creatures …

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The Error of “Evolutionary Change in Galapagos Finches”

New Scientist magazine carried an article headed “Evolution in action by Darwin’s finches” in its 22 July, 2006, issue. The article concerned various observations made during the drought that affected the Galapagos Islands in 2003 and 2004 by the researchers Peter and Rosemary Grant, known for their studies of the island’s finches. The drought-related reduction in the seeds that represent …

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An Evolutionist Fairy Tale about Mormyrids (Elephant Fish)

In its July 2006 edition, the Turkish scientific journal Bilim ve Teknik (Science and Technology) published an article titled “A Snapshot of Evolution with the Electric Fish.” The article reported a study conducted in the African country Gabon by researchers from Cornell University in the USA. Working along the banks of the Ivindo River, the researchers performed measurements on the …

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