The Last Vestige of the Mythical Vestigial Organ Claim?
SharePsalm 139:14 I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well These authors are careful to say that they are not disparaging Darwin as they disassemble several Darwinist cornerstones. Remember how Darwinists used to try to hammer believers with that whole vestigial organ take? The […]
The Evolving, Non-Evolving, Evolution Problem
Share Photo:Fossil squid and living squid. Which is which? Does it really matter? Did you follow that title? Item; there’s an interesting thing about ants, bees, spiders and other insects caught in amber supposedly millions of years ago, discovered, collected and studied today. The problem is; they are ants, bees, spiders and other insects! No […]
Amazingly Accurate, True Life, Toy Pteranodon?
Share Click Photo for Larger version On the right is the “new Soft-Touch Giant Pteranodon” by Everything Dinosaur. It is reportedly, “very easy to carry around” and is “soft and squeezy”. On the left is an apparent pteranodon depiction made by eyewitnesses. At least we assume that the makers of this mask topped by the […]
How Much is That T-Rex in the Window?
Share Click photo to zoom: Photo: Right; Hagen Renaker Miniature Ceramic Tyrannosaurus Figurine: $9.00 Left; Pre-Columbian T-rex (not what they call it) from the La Paz, Bolivia, National Archaeological Museum, proving for the One Millionth time* that man and dinosaur coexisted; PRICELESS ! *As to s8int.com specifically; “one millionth” is an exaggeration. Hagen Renaker Miniature […]
World’s First Computer May Be Even Older Than Thought
Share New, Sharp, Science,A New Scientist Blog Jo Marchant, consultant From Swiss Army knives to iPhones, it seems we just love fancy gadgets with as many different functions as possible. And judging from the ancient Greek Antikythera mechanism, the desire to impress with the latest multipurpose must-have item goes back at least 2000 years. This […]
Oldest Animal Fossils Found in Lakes, Not Oceans
Share What if; there were only lakes and seas before the flood? What if there were no “salt water” creatures prior to the flood? What if the oceans are the result of residual waters left over from the ‘fountains of the deep” bursting open and thus, are actually younger than some lakes? In any case, […]
EBook-Let Tracking the Sauropod Dinosaur Through the Art of Ancient Peoples
Share Tracking the Sauropod Dinosaur Through the Art of Ancient Peoples Publish at Calaméo or browse others. If what science tells us about man and dinosaur is correct, and they missed each other by millions of years, how and why did ancient man create images of the easily recognizable sauropod dinosaur, (among others,) often complete […]
Living Pterosaurs Newsletter 15- MonsterQuest Flying Monsters
ShareJuly 9, 2009 Living Pterosaurs newsletter 015 By Jonathan Whitcomb To living-pterosaur investigators and to those interested in live “pterodactyls” ********************************** CONTENTS MonsterQuest “Flying Monsters” Broadcast Scientific Paper Published (Whitcomb) New Book Nearly Ready For Sale (Amazon.com) ********************************** MonsterQuest “Flying Monsters” on television The June 3rd show on the History Channel was interesting to me: […]
Image Processing of Current Sightings of Chemiluminescent Pterosaur and Ropens Observed in Stephensville,Texas; Guadalajara and Mexico City, Mexico; Papua New Guinea, and San Francisco, California.
ShareOur friend Clifford Paiva of BSM Research Associates recently appeared (2009) on an episode of Monster Quest; Flying Monsters. Mr. Paiva appeared on camera to discuss his analysis of unidentified lights thought by some to be evidence of chemiluminescence in giant flying creatures known as Ropens or pterosaurs. Chemoluminescence is the emission of light with […]
Inca Empire Flourished in the Andes Due to a 400 Year Period of Global Warming?
ShareOpportunity knocks, again, in the Andes by Nicholas Asheshov Living in Peru Photo: The Moray Amphitheater Complex in the Andes Could Seat 260,000; but that’s a Whole Other Story The last time global warming came to the Andes it produced the Inca Empire. A team of English and U.S. scientists has analyzed pollen, seeds and […]