Recent Articles

Tag Archives: Microraptor gui

The Pitiful Darwinists Who Imagine The Newly Discovered Fossil Anchiornis Huxleyi To Be A Transitional Fossil

A fossil discovered in China the other day was quickly taken up as a “four-winged bird” in the Darwinist media. Darwinists right away claimed that this fossil might be “the ancestor of birds.” As ever, they immediately gave the animal a name. They baptized it Anchiornis huxleyi, in memory of Thomas Huxley, an atheist, Darwinist and 32nd degree freemason known …

Read More »

The Four-Winged Bird Myth In The New Scientist

The 22 May 2004 issue of New Scientist magazine carried a report titled “Four-winged birds were first to take to the air.” The article concerned an investigation into the fossil Archaeopteryx by zoologist Per Christiansen of the University of Copenhagen. Christiansen reported the existence of objects resembling traces of feathers along the fossil’s back, around its legs and possibly on …

Read More »

The Latest Dino-Bird Hype And The Facts

Last week the world media trumpeted the recent discovery of a group of fossils in China as evidence supporting the theory of evolution. Beijing”s Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology issued a statement saying that one of the six fossils in the group belonged to a “dino-bird with four wings” and that this extinct creature was able to fly, or …

Read More »

The Latest Dogmatic Evolutionist Myth Concerning the Origin of Birds: The Four-Winged Dinosaur (Microraptor gui)

Completely speculative and forced interpretations are being made regarding feathered dinosaurs unearthed in China, and these are being depicted, with widespread media propaganda, as scientific facts. One of the fossils subjected to such media propaganda is Microraptor gui. This specimen, found in China and given the name M. gui, was described in an article named “Four-winged dinosaur from China” in …

Read More »
iddialaracevap.org adnanoktarhaber.com adnanoktarhukuk.com adnanoktargercekleri.com