Tag: Baraminology

Enhanced Cognitum Supported by Evidence

Enhanced Cognitum Supported by Evidence

Some of you may remember the extensive series we did at the end of last year and into this year on baraminology methods and proposing our own model, the enhanced cognitum model.  One of the tenets of the model is that, in the absence of hybridization information, the morphology of the organism should be the … Continue reading Enhanced Cognitum Supported by Evidence

Baraminology of Monodontidae

Baraminology of Monodontidae

The family Monodontidae is a small family of whales containing just two species.  Both are well known, the narwhal and the beluga whales. Members of infraorder Ceteacea, these whales have recently been demonstrated to hybridize.1 This hybrid, termed a "narluga" by Dr. Georgia Purdom of Answers in Genesis, answers some baraminological questions.  demonstrates conclusively that … Continue reading Baraminology of Monodontidae

Baraminology of Kirkiaceae

Baraminology of Kirkiaceae

The Kirkiaceae is a tiny family of flowering plants native to eastern Africa and Madagascar.  Only six species are classified in the family and very little is written or known about them. Very few research articles have discussed them and very little data exists, therefore any baraminology of the family is, of necessity, tentative. However, … Continue reading Baraminology of Kirkiaceae