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The 360 Million-Year-Old Acanthostega Fossil Refutes Again the Evolutionary Claims Of Transition to Land

Acanthostega is an aquatic organism with gills. It is estimated to be 360 million years old. As a result of the research conducted by Jenny Clack, a paleontologist at the Cambridge University in 1987, it was suggested that this fossil, having one limb and eight digits, was allegedly a transitional form between fish and tetrapods (four-limbed land vertebrates). Based on …

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Unable to Account for a Single Protein, Darwinists Now Place Their Hopes in Fossilized Footprints

There has been great excitement in the Darwinist media in recent days. Darwinists discovered a new tool for speculation and rushed to pontificate about it with a single voice. A tactic dating back 150 years was employed. Certain Darwinist publications were in unanimous agreement. The aim was to use the discovery of a footprint to defend the same false scenario …

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Darwinists Could Not Speculate On The Hand Fish

  The fins on the hand fish’s chest are quite well developed and resemble a hand. The hand fish uses its hands to move across the sea bed. Just like the Coelacanth, this animal is a bottom-dwelling fish that inhabits the ocean deeps. If the fish were extinct and Darwinists had discovered its remains, evolutionists would have no hesitation about …

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The Idea That the “Coelacanth is an Example of the Transition from Sea to Land” Is a Fraud

Even the discovery of a living dinosaur would have been less surprising. Because fossils show that the coelacanth existed 150-200 million years before the appearance of the dinosaurs. The creature put forward by many scientists as the ancestor of land-dwelling vertebrates, believed to have disappeared at least 70 million years ago, had been found. 1        Coelacanth   …

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