Dinosaurs

Presto! Evidence for Evolution!

An article is sprinkled with the words like “evolution,” and “evidence,” and then, PRESTO! Readers believe they are seeing evidence for evolution.

However, since evidence for evolution does not exist, this is all hocus pocus. All you have to do is simply READ THE ARTICLE and not be tricked by the buzzwords.

The article below announces the discovery of 190-million-year-old dinosaur fossils. It mentions that the next oldest discovery of this kind is 100 million years old, a difference of 90 million years! Wow! Certainly, the article will point out all the evolutionary changes observed between the 90 million-year-old fossils, and the 190-million-year-old fossils, right? Wrong!

These articles NEVER mention the evolutionary changes, because there are none. Don’t believe me? See for yourself. Read through this article, which is peppered with buzzwords like “evolution,” “evidence,” and “clues.” Then, try to find any of this “evolution,” or “evidence,” or any of these “clues,” specifically pointed out in the article. Good luck!

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Article Appearing on smithsonianscience.org:

190-million-year-old dinosaur nesting site discovered in South Africa

Posted on 27 January 2012

An excavation at a site in South Africa has unearthed the 190-million-year-old dinosaur nesting site of the prosauropod dinosaur Massospondylusrevealing significant clues [really, what clues?] about the evolution [buzzword] of complex reproductive behavior in early dinosaurs.

The hand print of a baby dinosaur from the nesting site in South Africa. (Images courtesy University of the Witwatersrand)

A new study, entitled Oldest known dinosaur nesting site and reproductive biology of the Early Jurassic sauropodomorph Massospondylus and published in the international journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, was led by Canadian palaeontologist Robert Reisz, a professor of biology at the University of Toronto at Mississauga, and co-authored by Hans-Dieter Sues of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History; Eric Roberts of James Cook University, Australia; and Adam Yates of the Bernard Price Institute for Paleontological Research.

A fossil from the nesting site showing seven eggs, some with the embryos exposed.

The study reveals clutches of eggs, many with embryos, as well as tiny dinosaur footprints, providing the oldest known evidence [buzzword] that the hatchlings remained at the nesting site long enough to at least double in size.

The authors say the newly unearthed dinosaur nesting ground is more than 100 million years older than previously known nesting sites. [This would be a good place to list the evolutionary changes between the 100 million-year-old fossils, and the 190-million-year-old fossils, if any existed.]

At least 10 nests have been discovered at several levels at this site, each with up to 34 round eggs in tightly clustered clutches. The distribution of the nests in the sediments indicate that these early dinosaurs returned repeatedly (nesting site fidelity) to this site, and likely assembled in groups (colonial nesting) to lay their eggs, the oldest known evidence [buzzword] of such behavior in the fossil record.

The large size of the mother, at six meters in length, the small size of the eggs, about six to seven centimetrs in diameter, and the highly organized nature of the nest, suggest that the mother may have arranged them carefully after she laid them.

“The eggs, embryos, and nests come from the rocks of a nearly vertical road cut only 25 meters long,” Reisz says. “Even so, we found ten nests, suggesting that there are a lot more nests in the cliff, still covered by tons of rock. We predict that many more nests will be eroded out in time, as natural weathering processes continue.”

A nest of dinosaur eggs from the South African nesting site.

The fossils were found in sedimentary rocks from the Early Jurassic Period in the Golden Gate Highlands National Park in South Africa. This site has previously yielded the oldest known embryos belonging to Massospondylus, a relative of the giant, long-necked sauropods of the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.

“This amazing series of 190 million year old nests gives us the first detailed look at dinosaur reproduction early in their evolutionary [buzzword] history, and documents the antiquity of nesting strategies that are only known much later in the dinosaur record,” says Evans.

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Amazing, isn’t it? Not a single difference is pointed out, yet most people will robotically accept these fossils as evidence for evolution. Try this with all articles you see about fossil discoveries! It’s hilarious!

For in six days the LORD made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them… — Exodus 20:11

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