What killed the dinosaurs? Or more specifically, what killed these dinosaurs?
Rearing up with their heads thrown back, mouth open and teeth bared, their final poses seem to bring them to life. 449 more words
Ah, Circa Waves. We’ve long loved you, and now you’re back, furnishing us with a new single, Fossil, which is out on Virgin on Monday 19th January. 233 more words
Darwinists claim that the accumulation of favorable genetic mutations is how humans evolved from “goo to you by way of the zoo.” Recent advances in the science of genetics, especially the mapping of the human genome (DNA) and the mapping of animal genomes, has exposed the impossibility of mutations of being a Darwinian change mechanism. 1,728 more words
ttttttttttt…ttttttttttttttttttttttt…a trilobite, that’s what we’re looking at.
RT likes this fossil of koneprusia brutoni, a Devonian period trilobite, unearthed in Morocco. Maybe it’s just the striking way in which the animal was preserved, on the edge of a large piece of stone; on the other hand, it could be the beast itself, in all its spiny, spiky glory. 115 more words