Tag: Early Eocene
New Scientist: Ichthyosaurs Evolved “Astonishingly Rapidly”
This is a case of evolutionary biology trying to explain away the data that otherwise was not directly expected under their model.
Fossil Friday: The Abrupt Origins of Treeshrews (Scandentia) and Colugos (Dermoptera)
Even as a paleontologist I admit that calling this a real scientific discipline seems like an insult to sciences like physics or chemistry or molecular biology.
Fossil Friday: Elephants and the Abrupt Origin of Proboscidea
Is this what Darwinism would predict? Of course not! Is it instead what intelligent design theory would predict? Indeed it is.
Fossil Friday: The Giant Armadillo Glyptodon and the Abrupt Origin of Xenarthrans
Should we dare to consider the possibility that something is wrong with the Darwinist assumptions? Heaven forbid!