fossils are against evolution and for world wide flood.

fossils are against evolution and for world wide flood.

wilz
wilz

June 11th, 2012, 2:33 am #1

fossils of turtles ,spiders, frogs, horse shoe crabs, butterflies, sharks, dragonflies, palms, trees, grapes, fish, sting rays, grapes , figs(fruit), and so many other plants and animals that are found show signs of no change to todays living animals and plants ! this creatures have not shown signs of evolution even after thousands of thousands of years ! All this fossils are exactly the same to our modern day creatures and have not evolved even the slightest bit, they are still the same. .

Your humble cockroach for instance and house fly are living fossils ! there ancestors have been found fossilized and yet no signs of evolution are visible.

fossils are evidence that a worldwide flood did occur. To make a fossil the following are needed.

1)hard bodies (bones, trees, shells)
2) water (lots of it)
3 fast, deep coverage.
4)No air (so the buried animals cannot rot !)

A world wide flood would obviously meet all this requirements. The sediments dispersed in the water would rapidly cover the dead animals very deep. This fast ,deep coverage would eliminate the air next to the animals. Because theres no air, the animal cannot rot. The water would cause mineral exchange to occur thus the animal would fossilize.

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patient teacher
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June 12th, 2012, 2:43 am #2

Some things changed a lot over time, some things changed a little over time, and some things (like cockroaches) hardly changed over time.

It all depended if the populations of those species could survive in their environment. If there were problems, the fittest individuals of the population survived, passing on their traits thru their genes. Those individuals who could not survive, died early, passed on few or no genes, and their traits slowly disappeared in the population.

There are all kinds of intermediate stage fossils in the fossil record. Or did you expect that stone fossils will change before our very eyes?

Bodies washing into lakes and seas over many many millions of years can easily make up the fossil record we see today. There is no need for a flood. Besides (a convenient fact that you seem to overlook), how could a flood occur all at once that created metres of fossils in the fossil record, and how, oddly, did this flood seem to kill the simplest (the oldest ones at the bottom of a fossil profile) organisms first, the dinosaurs in the middle, and more advanced creatures up at the top? Hmmmm. Maybe the fossil date data is right after all.

You obviously never learnt much about biology enough to decide whether it's true or its not. Go get a biology book and become educated first, then you can come back here and discuss with some valid points.
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EM NAU
EM NAU

June 13th, 2012, 12:08 am #3

Evolutionists write biology books. Fixed.
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EM NAU
EM NAU

June 13th, 2012, 7:42 am #4

Some things changed a lot over time, some things changed a little over time, and some things (like cockroaches) hardly changed over time.

It all depended if the populations of those species could survive in their environment. If there were problems, the fittest individuals of the population survived, passing on their traits thru their genes. Those individuals who could not survive, died early, passed on few or no genes, and their traits slowly disappeared in the population.

There are all kinds of intermediate stage fossils in the fossil record. Or did you expect that stone fossils will change before our very eyes?

Bodies washing into lakes and seas over many many millions of years can easily make up the fossil record we see today. There is no need for a flood. Besides (a convenient fact that you seem to overlook), how could a flood occur all at once that created metres of fossils in the fossil record, and how, oddly, did this flood seem to kill the simplest (the oldest ones at the bottom of a fossil profile) organisms first, the dinosaurs in the middle, and more advanced creatures up at the top? Hmmmm. Maybe the fossil date data is right after all.

You obviously never learnt much about biology enough to decide whether it's true or its not. Go get a biology book and become educated first, then you can come back here and discuss with some valid points.
"There are all kinds of intermediate stage fossils in the fossil record."

This is a misleading statement. The intermediate creatures supposedly linking man to amoebas are all missing. The whole chain is missing. What creature preceded the horse? What creature came before whales? Did you know that biologists actually believe that chicken evolved from dinosaurs and whales returned to the sea from cows etc. They call that science? I call them fairy tales for grown ups.

Because if there are all kinds of intermediate stage fossils in the fossil record, surely we would
see a cowhale fossil somewhere. But none has been found so far. Hence, the statement is misleading.

What you see in museums and textbooks are drawings of imagined creatures crafted by hired artists.
They are just make believe nonsense.

Evolution is a dying religion. Did you know why the search for aliens by NASA is getting so frantic? It's because they want to find some new theory because evolution just doesn't add up anymore in the fossil record. They want aliens to come to their rescue, but that wont happen in a long time.


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YU YET
YU YET

June 13th, 2012, 12:10 pm #5

Evolutionists write biology books. Fixed.
And lawyers make laws while judges make judgements. FIXED.
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June 14th, 2012, 3:08 am #6

YU YET,

I think YU got that wrong!

Politicians (and priests) make the laws, lawyers (and priests) interpret them, an judges adjudicate on them!

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June 14th, 2012, 3:14 am #7

"There are all kinds of intermediate stage fossils in the fossil record."

This is a misleading statement. The intermediate creatures supposedly linking man to amoebas are all missing. The whole chain is missing. What creature preceded the horse? What creature came before whales? Did you know that biologists actually believe that chicken evolved from dinosaurs and whales returned to the sea from cows etc. They call that science? I call them fairy tales for grown ups.

Because if there are all kinds of intermediate stage fossils in the fossil record, surely we would
see a cowhale fossil somewhere. But none has been found so far. Hence, the statement is misleading.

What you see in museums and textbooks are drawings of imagined creatures crafted by hired artists.
They are just make believe nonsense.

Evolution is a dying religion. Did you know why the search for aliens by NASA is getting so frantic? It's because they want to find some new theory because evolution just doesn't add up anymore in the fossil record. They want aliens to come to their rescue, but that wont happen in a long time.

EN MAU,
maybe you may also agree that the dinosaurs and the "six day creation" story is not another fairy tale for grown ups?

just checking.

fishy-tales

ps: i admire (grudgingly..hehe..) yor opinions/arguemnt tho!
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EM NAU
EM NAU

June 14th, 2012, 6:18 am #8

Could be right if anything, anything ever happened at all, like matter just appearing across the universe at once from nowhere. And billions of years may not be required - and nothing could ever rise out of dirt in a trillion years. But it happened one day. One day could be millions of years ago, or just under 10,000 years ago. It had to come to reality at one point in time and we could be more closer to our day of origin than evolutionits want us to believe. And here we are. Perfectly created, never evolved. Life itself is a miracle. How come the universe reached perfect equilibrium and coordinated motions to sustain human existence? It could have been a dead universe without life and energy, or a constant flux of chaos and disorder or a wonderfully fixed environment with the perfect mix of oxygen to sustain human life. By accident, over millions of years...that's where fairy tales take off...

Let there be ...and there was. It wouldn't require billions of years when even time had to be created. If such a source of immense creative power exists, it would take a week if He so desired. I have no problem with that. Life is a miracle. If we think about it...seriously! That matter even came into being at one point in time, but organised into orderly systems of galaxies, stars and planets. There is a great mind behind it all, or nothing orderly and organised as the human brain would have emerged from nothing.

The God of the Bible is not one retard who made man through horrific mistakes, putting man through survival of the fittest curve over billions of years of blood, gore and death. No

And God saw that man and the environment was good, perfect as he desired.
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Fantastic!!!!!
Fantastic!!!!!

June 15th, 2012, 4:16 am #9

AMMMMAAAAZING that you're smarter than thousands of scientists that have devoted their lives to investigating these things.

Simply amazing! Have you ever thought of applying for the Nobel prize?
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EM NAU
EM NAU

June 15th, 2012, 5:37 am #10

Could be right if anything, anything ever happened at all, like matter just appearing across the universe at once from nowhere. And billions of years may not be required - and nothing could ever rise out of dirt in a trillion years. But it happened one day. One day could be millions of years ago, or just under 10,000 years ago. It had to come to reality at one point in time and we could be more closer to our day of origin than evolutionits want us to believe. And here we are. Perfectly created, never evolved. Life itself is a miracle. How come the universe reached perfect equilibrium and coordinated motions to sustain human existence? It could have been a dead universe without life and energy, or a constant flux of chaos and disorder or a wonderfully fixed environment with the perfect mix of oxygen to sustain human life. By accident, over millions of years...that's where fairy tales take off...

Let there be ...and there was. It wouldn't require billions of years when even time had to be created. If such a source of immense creative power exists, it would take a week if He so desired. I have no problem with that. Life is a miracle. If we think about it...seriously! That matter even came into being at one point in time, but organised into orderly systems of galaxies, stars and planets. There is a great mind behind it all, or nothing orderly and organised as the human brain would have emerged from nothing.

The God of the Bible is not one retard who made man through horrific mistakes, putting man through survival of the fittest curve over billions of years of blood, gore and death. No

And God saw that man and the environment was good, perfect as he desired.
A recent (June 1, 2012) Gallup Poll in the US has suggested that 46 percent of Americans have a creationist view of human origins, that God created man less than 10,000 years ago.

That is a massive loss given all those billions spent in text books, public school indoctrination and TV programs to convert people into believing in evolution.

About 32 percent believe God guided the evolutionary process, that when Genesis says God made man in his own image, he really doesn't mean that. (The fence sitters, too cowardly to chose one or the other, who either embrace or drop the Genesis record depending on room temperature and company because those atheists and evolutionists are so mean, rude and intimidating. They are the weak ones, indoctrinated to some degree but want to reserve some space for God, to plead some innocence over their unbelief.) For such God has a warning in Revelation. You will either be hot or cold, don't get lukewarm or I'll spit you out. You're either for God or against Him.

Revelation 3:15&16. I know your works: you are neither cold nor hot. Would that you were either cold or hot! So, because you are lukewarm, and neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of my mouth."

Only 15 percent believe in pure Darwinian evolution. That is truly sad. Someone should be sacked for doing a poor job. It's time to get a new theory. ET? Please phone Earth. This is Houston calling. There is a problem!

7 percent don't really know what's going on.

www.gallup.com/poll/155003/hold-creatio ... igins.aspx
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