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  • Accident or Design? Powerful Creation Science YOUTUBE Video

    10/13/2021 8:49:38 AM PDT · by The Ignorant Fisherman · 6 replies
    IFB ^ | 10/13/21 | Word of Truth Production
    A Challenging Creation Message and Video on Divine Creation in Light of a 2 Peter 3:1-7 Scoffer World - Accident or Design? Beloved, our dear friends at "Word of Truth Production" have created this amazing video which causes us to use our God-given common sense as we look at man's inventions versus Almighty God's highly complex creation and design (Gen. 1:1-3, Neh. 9:6; Prov. 3:19, Isa. 45:18, John 1:1-3, Rom. 1:18-32, 1 Cor. 8:6, Rev. 4-5)! The question that we need to ask ourselves is this, "Are we a product of time and chance or have we been designed by...
  • Traces of Dinosaur DNA May Still Exist in 125 Million-Year-Old Bones, Scientists Say

    10/07/2021 8:14:26 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 21 replies
    https://www.sciencealert.com ^ | OCTOBER 7, 2021 | STEPHANIE PAPPAS
    A Caudipteryx zoui fossil cast. (Daderot/Wikimedia Commons/CC0 1.0) The remnants of DNA may lurk in 125 million-year-old dinosaur fossils found in China. If the microscopic structures are indeed DNA, they would be the oldest recorded preservation of chromosome material in a vertebrate fossil. DNA is coiled inside chromosomes within a cell's nucleus. Researchers have reported possible cell nucleus structures in fossils of plants and algae dating back millions of years. Scientists have even suggested that a set of microfossils from 540 million years ago might hold preserved nuclei. These claims are often controversial, because it can be hard to distinguish...
  • Why Earth’s History Appears So Miraculous

    10/06/2021 4:23:34 PM PDT · by Pontiac · 21 replies
    Atlantic Monthly ^ | March 5, 2018 | Peter Brannen
    SnipIt’s something of a miracle that life on our planet has been left to evolve without fatal interruption for billions of years. Such a long unbroken chain of survival, however unlikely, is necessary for bags of mud and water like ourselves to eventually sit up, and just recently, to wonder how we got here. And like the bullet-riddled—but safe—planes, our planet has survived countless near-fatal blows. There have been volcanic apocalypses, body blows from supersonic space rocks the size of Mount Everest, and ice ages that might have frozen the planet almost to the tropics. Had any of these catastrophes...
  • ‘Jumping gene’ may have erased tails in humans and other apes

    09/22/2021 9:50:23 PM PDT · by algore · 36 replies
    Mammals from mice to monkeys have tails. But humans and our cousins the great apes lack them. Now, Researchers may have unearthed a simple genetic change that led to our abbreviated back end: an itinerant piece of DNA that leapt into a new chromosomal home and changed how great apes make a key developmental protein. The finding also suggests the genetic shift came with a less visible and more dangerous effect: a higher risk of birth defects involving the developing spinal cord. The work not only addresses an “inherently interesting question about what makes us human,” says Hopi Hoekstra, an...
  • Modern snakes evolved from a few survivors of dino-killing asteroid

    09/18/2021 10:49:02 AM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 45 replies
    Heritage Daily ^ | September 15, 2021 | University of Bath
    The study, led by scientists at the University of Bath and including collaborators from Bristol, Cambridge and Germany, used fossils and analysed genetic differences between modern snakes to reconstruct snake evolution. The analyses helped to pinpoint the time that modern snakes evolved.Their results show that all living snakes trace back to just a handful of species that survived the asteroid impact 66 million years ago, the same extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs.The authors argue that the ability of snakes to shelter underground and go for long periods without food helped them survive the destructive effects of the impact. In...
  • This Fossilized Skin Sample of an Iconic Dinosaur Has Revealed Jaw-Dropping Details

    09/15/2021 11:03:51 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 47 replies
    https://www.sciencealert.com ^ | September 14, 2021 | CARLY CASSELLA
    Close-up of the skin, with ridges marked. (Hendrick and Bell, Cretaceous Research, 2021 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0195667121002421#fig3 The outer parts of long-dead creatures don't easily make it into the fossil record. That's why this incredibly well-preserved skin of an iconic carnivorous dinosaur is such a treat – a new analysis reveals a complex coat of scales, studs, thorns, bumps and wrinkles. The remains of this bizarre-looking predator, known as the horned abelisaurid (Carnotaurus sastrei), were first discovered in Patagonia in 1984. At the time, it was the first meat-eating dinosaur ever found with fossilized skin, and the exquisite impressions covered nearly every part...
  • Scientists Find Fossilized Ancestor of All Scaled Reptiles, And It's Absolutely Tiny

    08/29/2021 7:49:08 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 17 replies
    Science Alert ^ | August 27, 2021 | Clare Watson, Nature
    Lepidosaurs are scaled reptiles such as lizards, snakes, and New Zealand's tuatara, which together represent the most diverse group of land-living vertebrates alive today. Yet little is known about their early origins compared to the other arms of reptilian evolution which produced crocodiles, birds, and turtles... The fossil, found in Ischigualasto Provincial Park in northwest Argentina, is about 11 million years younger than the oldest known lepidosaurs from Europe, but one of the best-preserved specimens of its kind, which means the team can have more confidence in their analyses... It's a lucky find, especially considering the origins of lepidosaurs have...
  • Trusting Science Is Not the Same as Critical Thinking Experiments with participants given fake science Shows that those who “trust science” can be gullible.

    07/27/2021 11:15:04 AM PDT · by fishtank · 21 replies
    Crev.info ^ | 7-27-21 | David F. Coppedge
    Trusting Science Is Not the Same as Critical Thinking Experiments with participants given fake science Shows that those who “trust science” can be gullible July 27, 2021 | David F. Coppedge Like most psychologists in academia, those at the University of Pennsylvania tend to promote the consensus on matters like vaccination and mask-wearing. But they also realize that trusting science is not enough. Without critical thinking, people who claim to “trust science” can be gullible. And if they repeat stories that are false, their too-trusting nature can spread pseudoscience. Three psychologists at UPenn decided to test this by feeding fake...
  • Meet the World Economic Forum

    07/16/2021 6:24:26 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 47 replies
    https://truthbasedmedia.com ^ | July 16, 2021 | DR. JOSEPH MERCOLA
    Klaus Martin Schwab is a German engineer and economist best known as the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum. His wife and first collaborator, Hilde, co-founded the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship with him. ============================================================================== Editor’s Commentary: Dr. Joseph Mercola tends to be a lot nicer than I am when it comes to people who want to tear the foundations of this nation and the globe, then attempt to rebuild it in their Neo-Marxist image. I’ll come out and say it: The World Economic Forum is driving the most dangerous ideology this world has seen since the...
  • More Original Dinosaur Molecules Found

    07/06/2021 9:49:22 AM PDT · by fishtank · 197 replies
    Creation evolution headlines ^ | 7-5-2021 | David F. Coppedge
    More Original Dinosaur Molecules Found July 5, 2021 | David F. Coppedge This time, eggshell fossils were analyzed by experts at the American Chemical Society Dinosaur soft tissue is so common now, it’s hard to make a splash in the media about it. But a funny thing happened on the way to falsifying the evolutionary timescale: the Darwinists decided to accept cognitive dissonance as a strategy. There’s no way the material could be over 60 million years old, but since the evolutionary timescale is true, it is. Watch how the moyboy strategy is performed in this June 30 press release...
  • Earth tipped over on its side 84 million years ago and then righted itself, new study finds

    06/19/2021 5:28:30 PM PDT · by blueplum · 67 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 19 Jun 2021 | Aylin Woodward
    If you'd been able to stare at Earth from space during the late Cretaceous, when Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops roamed, it would've looked like the whole planet had tipped over on its side. According to a new study, Earth tilted by 12 degrees about 84 million years ago.... The researchers found that, between 86 and 79 million years ago, the crust and mantle had rotated around Earth's outer core and back again — causing the entire planet to tilt and then right itself like a roly-poly toy.... ...Prior to the late Cretaceous, the Pacific Plate — the largest tectonic plate...
  • 3 Major Scientific Discoveries In The Past Century That Point To God

    04/02/2021 8:40:05 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 47 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 04/02/2021 | Stephen C. Meyer
    Three major discoveries during the last century contradict the forecasts of scientific atheists, pointing instead in a distinctly theistic direction.This week, traditional Jews and Christians celebrate special acts of God in human history. Yet, polling data now show that an increasing number of young people, including those from religious homes, doubt even the existence of God.Moreover, polls probing such young “religiously unaffiliated agnostics and atheists” have found that science — or at least the claims of putative spokesmen for science — have played an outsized sole in cementing disaffection with religious belief. In one, more than two-thirds of self-described atheists,...
  • 600 million-year-old fossils of tiny humanoids found in Antarctica.

    01/04/2021 7:31:01 AM PST · by Rakhi Sarkar · 64 replies
    archaeology-world ^ | MAY 29, 2020 | ARCHAEOLOGY WORLD TEAM
    In the rocky terrain of the Whitmore mountain range in Antarctica, there have been found fossilized skeletal remains of what seems to be extremely small humans. Interestingly enough, this discovery was made while yours truly was in Antarctica on assignment for The National Reporter to debunk a ridiculous tabloid story about a UFO base in the area.
  • Five-Eyed 520-Million-Year-Old Fossil Reveals Arthropod Origin

    11/05/2020 11:04:59 AM PST · by Red Badger · 24 replies
    https://scitechdaily.com ^ | November 5, 2020 | By Huang Diying - Chinese Academy of Sciences
    Ecological reconstruction of Kylinxia. Credit: Huang Diying ========================================================================== The arthropods have been among the most successful animals on Earth since the Cambrian Period, about 520 million years ago. They are the most familiar and ubiquitous, and constitute nearly 80 percent of all animal species today, far more than any other animals. But how did arthropods evolve and what did their ancestors look like? These have been a major conundrum in animal evolution puzzling generations of scientists for more than a century. Now researchers from the Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (NIGPAS) have discovered...
  • Scientists Revive 100-Million-Year-Old Microbes Found Deep Below the Bottom of the Ocean

    07/28/2020 1:05:03 PM PDT · by Red Badger · 69 replies
    scitechdaily.com ^ | By University of Rhode Island - - - - July 28, 2020
    Magnified image showing microbes revived from 101.5 million-year-old sediment. Credit: JAMSTEC ======================================================================= For decades, scientists have gathered ancient sediment samples from below the seafloor to better understand past climates, plate tectonics, and the deep marine ecosystem. In a new study published in Nature Communications, researchers reveal that given the right food in the right laboratory conditions, microbes collected from sediment as old as 100 million years can revive and multiply, even after laying dormant since large dinosaurs prowled the planet. The research team behind the new study, from the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), the URI Graduate...
  • Recent Humans with Archaic Features Upend Evolution

    06/28/2020 8:43:37 PM PDT · by fishtank · 29 replies
    Institute for Creation Research ^ | 3-29-2019 | Jeffrey Tomkins, PhD
    Recent Humans with Archaic Features Upend Evolution BY JEFFREY P. TOMKINS, PH.D. * | FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2019 Ideas shaping the concept of human evolution have largely played out through images. Characters with large brow ridges and sloping foreheads—including Homo neanderthalensis and Homo erectus—have consistently been depicted as the earliest forms of evolving humans. Now, new fossil evidence is turning the whole paradigm upside down.
  • Tyrannosaurus species named 'Reaper of Death' found in Canada

    02/12/2020 9:25:04 PM PST · by Berlin_Freeper · 31 replies
    bbc.com ^ | 11 February 2020 | BBC
    A new species of tyrannosaur that stalked North America around 80 million years ago has been discovered by scientists in Canada. The dinosaur lived in the late Cretaceous Period, making it the oldest known tyrannosaur from North America. Another species of tyrannosaur, a Daspletosaurus, was found in Canada in 1970, a study says. Researchers say the new discovery has given them insights into the evolution of tyrannosaurs. Standing roughly 8ft (2.4m) tall, the predator would have cut an intimidating figure. Like its tyrannosaur relatives, the carnivorous dinosaur had a long, deep snout, bumps on its skull and large steak-knife-like teeth...
  • Is the Bible right? Newly discovered fossils show snakes had legs

    11/24/2019 6:41:04 AM PST · by LesbianThespianGymnasticMidget · 50 replies
    J Post ^ | NOVEMBER 24, 2019 | ROSSELLA TERCATIN
    A new study published in Science Advances on Thursday has shed light on the life of ancient legged snakes. The Biblical story of the forbidden fruit – which discusses how the snake persuaded Eve to taste it, and howshe and Adam, who also ate from it, were subsequently banned from the Garden of Eden by God – is probably one of the most well-known narratives in the history of humankind. As described in Genesis, the snake also received divine punishment. “You will crawl on your belly and eat dirt all the days of your life,” God tells the serpent, implying...
  • Deep-Sea Dinosaur Fossil Buries Evolution

    08/07/2019 3:37:44 PM PDT · by fishtank · 70 replies
    Institute for Creation Research ^ | 8-1-19 | Tim Clarey, Ph.D., and James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D.
    Deep-Sea Dinosaur Fossil Buries Evolution Tim Clarey, Ph.D., and James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. Aug. 1, 2019 Oil and gas explorations have found sedimentary deposits so massive and so far offshore that secular science has no satisfactory explanation for their occurrence.1 Marine rock exposures have also revealed numerous land fossils washed great distances out to sea.2,3 Drilling off the coast of Norway has even pulled up a core containing dinosaur bone.4 Although these discoveries baffle uniformitarian scientists, they are not an issue for Flood geologists.
  • Mysterious new lizard found inside 125-million-year-old flying dinosaur

    07/11/2019 6:36:06 PM PDT · by ETL · 20 replies
    FoxNews.com/science ^ | July 11, 2019 | Chris Ciaccia | Fox News
    Researchers have found the fossilized remains of a new species of lizard inside the stomach of a small flying dinosaur known as a microraptor. Known as Indrasaurus wangi (after an ancient Hindu legend), the lizard was found almost entirely complete, SWNS reports. The lizard was swallowed whole, head first, by the microraptor, a crucial clue that provides new information into the eating habit of the winged dinosaur. "The new lizard had teeth unlike any other previously known from the Jehol Biota, thus expanding the diversity of this clade and possibly suggesting a unique diet for this new species," according to...