Tag Archives: Tyrannosaurus rex

A new fossil refutes the lie about evolution of the insects

In July 2017, an article was published in the Journal of Systematic Palaeontology on behalf of the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena, Germany, about a newly discovered insect fossil. The evolutionist news site Science Daily introduced the newly discovered fossil with the following words: “He’s Australian, around half a centimetre long, fairly nondescript, 300 million years old, and he’s currently …

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Darwinists In Shock! “We Were Wrong, T. Rex Is Also Not A Transitional Fossil!”

A small copy of Tyrannosaurus rex, for long the subject of Darwinist transitional form propaganda, has been found in northwest China. Just as one might expect from Darwinists, the fossil, given the name Raptorex kriegsteini, was first depicted in the press as the ancestor of T. Rex.   But when more details of the fossil were released, it was realized …

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New York Times’ Latest Darwinist Fairy Tale: The False Link between Dinosaurs and Birds

The New York Times, carried a report titled “Tests Confirm T. Rex Kinship With Birds” on 25 April, 2008. This concerned research conducted into 68-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus rex bone tissue discovered in the Hell Creek region in the east of the US state of Montana in 2003 by Harvard University’s Chris Organ and his team. The researchers compared the proteins obtained …

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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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