UNCHANGED BY EVOLUTION

Things unchanged by evolution:

Bat                                     going on 50 million years unchanged by evolution

Crocodile                          going on 280 million years unchanged by evolution

Daddy-long legs               410 million years unchanged by evolution

Shark                                 580 million years unchanged by evolution

Spider                                410 million years unchanged by evolution

Fish                                    600 million years unchanged by evolution

Birds                                  220 million years unchanged by evolution

Pine trees                         380 million years unchanged by evolution

Bivalves                             500 million years unchanged by evolution

Ginko tree                        175 million years

Duck billed platypus       175 million years

Horsehoe crab                440 million years

Lower vascular plants    360 million years

Sharks                               490 million years

Whale                               20 million years

Jellyfish                            600 million years

Ferns                                 250 million years

Bacteria                            3.9 billion years

Lungfish                            100 million years

Aardvark                           5 million years

Pelican                              30 million years

Magpie goose                  68 million years

Snapping turtle               70 million years

Fig wasp                            34 million years

Cockroaches                    350 million years

Velvet worms                  500 million years

Dragonflies                      250 million years unchanged

Salamander                     150 million years unchanged

Sturgeon                           250 million years unchanged

Ants                                   150 million years unchanged

Sea lilies (crinoids)          450 million years unchanged

Octopus                            296 million years unchanged

Bee                                    92 million years unchanged

Springtail (insect)            400 million years unchanged

NAME ALMOST ANY KNOWN ANIMAL TODAY AND YOU WILL FIND A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE TYPE OF ANIMAL AS A FOSSIL EASILY IDENTIFIABLE.  NO SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN ANATOMY CAN BE FOUND.  NO INTERMEDIATE LEADING UP TO OR AWAY FROM THAT DEAD REPRESENTATIVE IS KNOWN.

 

THE FOSSILS DO NOT SUPPORT EVOLUTION OR GREAT AGES OF THE EARTH.  ALL FOSSILS BEING FOUND IN SEDIMENTARY ROCK AND EVERY ROCK LAYER OF THE GEOLOGIC COLUMN BEING FOUND AROUND THE WORLD ARE INDICATIONS THAT A GLOBAL FLOOD LAID DOWN THE SEDIMENTS AND TRAPPED THOSE POOR CREATURES.

THE POOREST ASSEMBLAGE OF FOSSILS IS REPRESENTED BY LAND MAMMALS; THE FASTEST AND MOST MOBILE LAND CREATURES.  BIRDS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO FLY FOR LONG DURING DOWN POURS OF RAIN LASTING DAYS.  REPTILES CANNOT SUSTAIN MOBILITY FOR ANY DURATION.  MAMMALS WITH THEIR THERMAL REGULATION AND ABILITY TO RUN AND TO SWIM AND TO CLIMB FROM FLOOD WATERS TO HIGHER GROUND WERE THE LAST CREATURES TO DIE IN THE FLOOD.  THESE FOSSILS AND BONES ARE FOUND NEAR THE SURFACE LAYERS OF ROCK.

MUCH OF THIS EXPLAINS THE FOSSIL RECORD.  FOR CERTAIN, EVOLUTION DOES NOT.

 

4 Responses to “UNCHANGED BY EVOLUTION”

  1. Mody Nader

    The riddle is :
    What is the demarcation line beyond which the charlatans deceivers would accept creation ?
    No sane mind can go forever in the dark without ever seeing the light …. Then it is no more a mind but a lost soul.
    So it was written
    So it is done.
    M. N.

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  2. Larry

    Dr. Carl Werners books provide Photographic evidence for these facts.

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  3. Benny

    You have “Shark” listed twice, with conflicting data. One is 580 million years, the other is 490 million years. What is going on here?

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    • Dr. Daniel Moran, Ph.D.

      Two different species of shark were found in two different sedimentary layers. The more that is found in the fossil record, the more it appears that nothing has changed with the exception of extinction; the loss of complexity.

      Reply

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