Tag Archives: 19th century science

WALKING THE WHALE

How would you identify a whale as a whale? Evolutionists think that a small land dwelling creature called pakicetus was a whale. The question is, what is it about the pakicetus that makes them call it a whale? If you saw a pakicetus in a line up with a blue whale, a humpback whale and a dolphin you’d laugh at how simple it was to dismiss it from the group. But Evolutionists insist that it’s a whale. So exactly what

LAMARKISM IN THE SMITHSONIAN or FIRE CAUSES BIRTH DEFECTS IN HUMANS

In the article “SPARK OF GENIUS” in the December 2012 issue of Smithsonian, evolutionists claim that fire influenced our biological evolution. “…fire’s most lasting impact was how our responses to it altered our brains, helping endow us with capabilities such as long term memory and problem solving.” They suggest that: Using fire as a light led to a “profound change in how our brains regulate time.” This is because it allowed us to stay awake longer. And, “…fire altered the

EVOLUTIONARY SLEIGHT OF HAND

In evolutionary stories you are often directed to a particular speculation that seems to be supported by science and seems to confirm the accumulation of many unseen evolutionary changes. The focus is drawn to something that looks as if it could have evolved.  But you need to think about what it is they are not looking at and what they bypass and what they assume in order to make the story sound plausible.  In most cases it is not that