Evolutionists have long been seeking a way to prove that dinosaurs and other fossil reptiles were warm-blooded. Their desire to do so is purely ideological, as it would help them establish that dinosaurs somehow evolved into birds. Recently an article in the prestigious journal Nature announced that blubber had been discovered in a fossilized Ichthyosaur, leading the … Continue reading Warm Blooded Ichthyosaurs?
Evolutionists frequently trot out fossils to attempt to provide evidence for their theory. One of the more common ones in attempting to prove that fish came onto land and is Tiktaalik, which evolutionists frequently cite as evidence for their dogma. However, this walking fish has crippling issues, which has led even some evolutionists to reject … Continue reading Tiktaalik: Ancestral or vestige of the past?
Extinct creatures are always interesting to read about. Dinosaurs take up most of the press and rightly so. People are captivated by the towering lizards with their mysterious disappearance and, more specifically, the possibility raised by the Jurrasic series of films that they might be brought back to life. However, while dinosaurs were certainly exotic … Continue reading Hagerman’s Horse
I recently published an article detailing the spurious claim that whales had evolved from terrestrial ancestors. Though I specifically addressed the issue of vestigial structures in the whale pelvis, the belief in creatures returning to the water from land is not limited to whales. It is also found in Ichthyosaurs. Evolutionists claim that these marine … Continue reading Another “Return to Water” Story