Evolution’s Great Ages – Anomalies

Next week we will get back to the Magi and a few subjects that result from their visit, however there is a final subject that should be mentioned as one considers the assumptions and claims of evolution: data that does not fit the model.  Among some of the more recent of such anomalies is a very interesting one: dinosaur’s “squishy tissue.”

Discover magazine (April 2006 issue; see in the Smithsonian magazine, and on 60 Minutes) had an article entitled “Schweitzer’s Dangerous Discovery,” which had as its lead-in:

When this shy paleontologist found soft, fresh-looking tissue inside a T.rex femur, she erased a line between past and present. Then all hell broke loose.

It was by accident that Mary Schweitzer discovered – and has continued to uncover – all sorts of tissue that just cannot be there in the bones of “65 million year old” dinosaur fossils and other fossils.  The first surprise was a tissue piece that stretched and sprang back to its original shape.  Then there were the branching blood vessels that were filled with a substance that could be squeezed out, in fact, which had nucleated red blood cells.  There was collagen, and bone cells that had fiber networks coming from cell corners.  All of these things should not be there because protein is observed to break down rapidly, although it is conjectured that perhaps under ideal circumstances it may last for tens of thousands of years – but 65 million?  Not likely at all.  Now, it is true that this probably will not shake an evolutionist’s faith in his system – his belief will somehow, sometime, be “vindicated,” even though there is just no way that we know of that can preserve the fragile protein strands for that long of time.

There is another fascinating thing about dinosaurs: long before the fossils were dug up, assembled and fleshed out, the concept of very dinosaur-shaped dragons has been all over the world from ancient times.  We have entered the Chinese year of the dragon, which is interesting in that in the Chinese Zodiac, of the twelve animals, the other eleven are of recognizably living animals, and yet strangely they chose a mythological beast tor the twelfth?  There is Quetzalcoatl, the Mesoamerican “Feathered Serpent,” an interesting combination of animal traits; and the temple ruins of Angkor Wat, Cambodia has a striking resemblance to a stegosaur.

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How long does it take to make a fossil?  Often the common conception is that it requires thousands, if not millions of years.  However, as Benjamin Franklin once pointed out, “Guests and fish smell after three days,” referring to the very rapid decomposing of fish, there are a great number of fish fossils that had to require extremely rapid burial and fossilization before they decomposed into nothing.  Consider how a fossil footprint, in what was originally mud, had to become rock literally before the next heavy rain.  Modern articles, like a child’s toy car, teddy bears, and a fedora, have been found to be encased in rockWood in a mine has become petrified within 40 years.

Dinosaur fossils have impossibly still intact soft tissue.  Experience with dinosaurs appears to exist in the memory of mankind.  Fossils form in a very short order of time.  Evolution conjectures long ages before there could be any way to support the concept, and the method of determining dates now used has glaring internal flaws.  Evolution virtually shuts down for up to a half billion years in the case of “Living fossils” and yet is frenetically active everywhere else.  Evolution is a system whose logical conclusion is despair.

I don’t care how many scientists ascribe to it, and I don’t care how loud its adherents may yell, when it comes to evolution, I think that I would rather (referring to the con scheme to sell the bridge to unsuspecting dupes).

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