The Lie of Animal Evolution

Natural Comparisons: Poles Apart

This was the second part of the serial documentary that began on the 5th of July. The documentary explained similarities in nature from an evolutionist perspective. For instance, the program related that the fur of animals, living on the north and south poles respectively, had a similar structure despite the distance in between the poles, but proceeded to claim that …

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PBS-1 “Shape of Life”

  A documentary concerning the phylum Annelidae stressed that in general the worms which emerged during the Cambrian period possessed the same body plans as a great many living things in the world today. However, it was also claimed, on the basis of evolution, that worms are the evolutionary ancestors of many creatures. Nothing positive emerged in the portrayal of …

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Animal Planet, “Champions of the Wild”

In that section describing the manatee, a mammal also known as the southern fur seal, a number of evolutionist claims were made about the animal. The first such claim was that elephants and anteaters are among manatees” closest living relatives. This claim of a familial relationship is based solely on prejudice. At the root of Animal Planet”s evolutionist claim lie …

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Animals A to Z: Salamanders

In this program, varieties of salamander are described, some living on land, some in water. Animal Planet claims that millions of years ago salamanders living on land opted to emerge from the water. It is claimed that the embryos of land-dwelling red-backed salamanders do not show a hydrophilous stage and that this demonstrates an important point in evolutionary history (the …

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