Tag Archives: Coelacanth

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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Darwinists’ Vehicles for False Speculation: Extinct Dinosaurs

There is only one reason why the imaginary evolution of dinosaurs is raised to intensively: the fact that dinosaurs are extinct. Darwinists take the remaining skeletons of these animals and engage in whatever speculation they please regarding them. They tell tall tales about scales turning into feathers, wings forming spontaneously and a reptile living on the ground suddenly growing wings …

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A New Evolutionist Irrelevance: Speculation on a 385-Million-Year-Old Spider Fossil

The latest speculation regarding a 385-million-year-old fossil depicted in newspaper headlines as the world’s oldest spider fossil once again demonstrates evolutionist irrelevance. The report in question appeared on the BBC News web site on 23 December 2008, under the headline “Tangled web of spider evolution;” it also appeared in Turkey in such publishing organs as the CNN Türk web site …

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