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Nicholas  
November 7, 2008 1:12pm
 
Mr. Uribes,

I discovered some fascinating information behind your so-called transitional fossils. This is the first one on your list: Pakicetus

"The Bible teaches that whales and other sea creatures were created before land animals, and were to reproduce ‘after their kind’, not change into a different kind (Genesis 1:20–25). However, evolutionists believe that whales evolved from land creatures. For a long time, Darwin and his followers didn’t even have remotely plausible fossil evidence to support their ‘faith’. E.g. evolutionary whale experts like the late E.J. Slijper admitted in 1962: ‘We do not possess a single fossil of the transitional forms between the aforementioned land animals [i.e. carnivores and ungulates (hoofed animals)] and the whales.'" (1)

Now let's look at the so-called "new" fossil evidence:

When evolutionists find "fossil evidence" they have, as in this case, 3 small insignificant fragments of the skull which make up about 1/5th of the size of the finished skull they "create" through their imaginations. Then they call this evidence.

Then they found more bone fragments and manufactured an elaborate theory of how this animal swam in the oceans and waddled on land.

As God would have it, prominent evolutionists unearthed more skeletal fragments and have come to a new conclusion.

"New discoveries have blown away this imaginative ‘reconstruction’. A prominent evolutionary whale expert, Thewissen, and colleagues, unearthed more bones of Pakicetus, and published their work in the journal Nature.7 The commentary on this paper in the same issue8 says, ‘All the postcranial bones indicate that pakicetids were land mammals, and … indicate that the animals were runners, with only their feet touching the ground.’ (See skeleton, right.) This is very different from Gingerich’s picture of an animal right at home in the sea!"
(1)http://www.answersingenesis.org/creation/v27/i2/whale.asp
     
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