Tag Archives: Intermediate form

The 99-Million-Year-Old Hatchling Fossil Ended The Evolution Journey Of Birds

In 2014, a Burmese Amber (tree resin) fossil dating back 99 million years was discovered in Myanmar. The fossil was exhibited in museums in 2017. The fossil, which was initially thought to be a saurian by many, contained the remains of a newly-hatched bird. As a result of studies carried out by researchers from China, the US and Canada, it …

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Richard Dawkins and Transitional forms the Darwinists dream of having

The theory of evolution claims that a particular species transforms into a brand-new species with very small changes. However, to prove such a claim it is necessary to find proof of these transitional species with the aforementioned changes and to present them as scientific evidence. The alleged transitional species must originate from an imaginary ancestor species and possess new developing …

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Platypus Genome Analysis and Evolutionists’ Distortions

  In its 8 May, 2008, Nature magazine carried a report titled “Genome analysis of the platypus reveals unique signatures of evolution.” The report stated that scientists have deciphered the genetic code of the platypus, which has various mammal, bird and reptile characteristics. “It is hoped that genetic analysis of the platypus will help explain how mammals, including human beings, …

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New Speculation around Tyrannosaurus Rex Fossils

The second week in April saw evolutionist publications engaging in intense speculation about a false intermediate form. Fossil belonging to the creature known as Tyrannosaurus rex was portrayed by evolutionists as a supposed intermediate form in the myth of dinosaurs turning into birds. In these days, when proofs revealing that evolution is a fantasy have emerged and Darwinism has irrevocably …

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