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3 Darwinist Documentaries And 3 Dogmatic Stories By The Discovery Channel

Channels with a programming consisting mainly of documentaries like the National Geographic, Discovery Channel or the History Channel are known for their Darwinist approach. These channels tend to tuck in evolutionist terminology when the subject turns to life or the living beings. When talking about a species it goes like: “evolved over millions of years,” “the struggle for survival made …

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No Sign Of Evolution In 160-Million-Year Salkamender Discoveries

Nature magazine carried an article called “The Earliest Known Grown-Group Salamanders” in its March 27, 2003 edition. The story concerned the finding of a large number of salamander fossils in China, which were established as belonging to the Middle Jurassic Period. Researchers Ke-Qin Gao and Neil H. Shubin presented various salamanders which had been covered in lava as the result …

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Animal Planet’s “Evolution Engineering” Error

A documentary called “Cheetah: Cat in Crisis” was broadcast on the television channel Animal Planet on March 26, 2003. The programme dealt with various initiatives by wildlife volunteers to save the cheetah, whose numbers are falling rapidly. The factors underlying the drop in population were also considered, and it was explained how African livestock raisers played an important role in …

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The Evolution Of The Tasmania Tiger: A Blindly Defended Piece Of Darwinist Dogma

On March 24, 2003, the Discovery Channel broadcast a documentary called “End of Extinction: Cloning the Tasmanian Tiger.” The subject matter of this documentary was the efforts being made to clone the extinct Tasmanian tiger thanks to a jawbone which had been preserved unspoiled in a solution of alcohol for the last 140 years. The program carried the views of …

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