One of the most persistent myths that plague paleontology is the spurious idea that dinosaurs evolved into birds. However, frustratingly, it continues to persist in the scientific peer-reviewed literature, even to the point of influencing experimental design. The most recent example of this I've come across as of this writing is an article from PLOS … Continue reading Running, Flapping Dinosaurs
Tag: feathered dinosaurs
Evolutionists are obsessed with feathered dinosaurs. They regard them as one of the most prominent pieces of evidence that support their theory. However many of the creatures they cite as feathered dinosaurs are birds as I pointed out in my Feathers on Dinosaurs? article I published a while ago. However, many creatures which are clearly dinosaurs have … Continue reading Filamentous Fiction
A recent paper on the purported feathers on dinosaurs raised some eyebrows. We have come to expect these papers to appear a couple of times a year if not more in evolutionary circles. It's part of their bread and butter. However, when it is presented at the International Conference on Creation, I sit up and … Continue reading Feathers on Dinosaurs?