Recently a lot of excitement has been surrounding a recently published paper that discussed a fossil find from China. This find labeled Ambopteryx, is remarkable for a number of reasons, not least of which is its wings. Evolutionists have jumped on this fossil find to push their dogma, claiming that it demonstrates their postulated idea … Continue reading Ambopteryx: Bat Wing Dino?
Callichthyidae is a family of freshwater catfishes well known to freshwater aquarists as containing the popular genus Corydoras. However, many members of the family are kept in home aquariums and have devoted followings among aquarists. Because they are fish and thus were not on the Ark, Callichthyidae has not been studied by baraminologists in any … Continue reading Baraminology of Callichthyidae
Dolphins are incredibly intelligent creatures. They are known for their complex social behaviors, curiosity, and friendly interactions with divers and other organisms. However, this might be an instance where some would consider the dolphins are carrying their gregarious personality too far. Pacific White-sided Dolphins in the North Pacific off the coast of Canada have been … Continue reading What do Dolphins Know?
Editors note: This conversation took place in the comments of one of Dr. Jason Lisles presentations on YouTube, the Secret Code of Creation. For the sake of the privacy of the individual I spoke with, I will not link to that specific presentation but will link to another example of the presentation for context. I … Continue reading A Conversation with an Atheist