A recent article in PLOS One announced the discovery of a new dinosaur genus. Found in Thailand, this new dinosaur has been labeled Siamraptor suwati. The new dinosaur has been trumpeted in numerous popular science magazines as incredibly important, rare and valuable to science. However, as usual, the popular science magazines are vastly distorting the facts, with … Continue reading Toothless Shark Tooth Dinosaur
Featured image is of a member of the same kind, Allosaurus Dinosaurs are mysterious, fearsome creatures. Children are almost mystically attracted to them. These colossal beasts once roamed the earth but nothing is left of them today besides scattered bones and periodic fragments of skin and soft tissue. However, because of their incredible popularity, they … Continue reading Air Conditioned T. Rex?
Index fossils appear from time to time as an argument for evolution. These special fossils are used because to date rocks without using the expensive radiometric dating. However, there is a lot more to the index fossil idea than simply dating rocks. In fact, I've seen some evolutionists use it as absolute proof of the … Continue reading Index Fossils
A paper published in February 2019 is attracting some attention in the origins debate. Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the paper discusses an incredibly rare and unexpected fossil find. More specifically, this paper describes a fossil ammonite which is trapped in amber. This find is somewhat troubling to evolutionary dogma, but, … Continue reading Amber Ammonite