Classic evidence - Non evolution!
Drug-resistant Virus: "A
drug-resistant strain of the hepatitis B virus (HBV) has been
identified by researchers at the Victorian infectious Diseases
laboratory in Melbourne. The virus was present in several
hepatitis B and H IV-infected patients being treated with
Lamivudine. Lead author, Dr Angeline Barthololeusz, says the
study of 33 patients found that 13 of them showed resistance to
the antiviral drug. The findings will be presented at the
international Congress of Antiviral Research in the US this
month." (Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 10th April, 2003,
John's comments: Drug
resistance is a classic case of Natural Selection which does not
increase the genome, but decreases it, selecting only those
organisms already resistant. It is classic NON evolution, which
is blindly promoted as evidence of evolution!
Cannibalasaurus Found as
scientist report: "Tooth marks in bones from a dinosaur that
roamed Madagascar more than 65 million years ago. Scientists in
the United States say fossil bones from the flesh-eating
Majungatholus remove any doubt it had a taste for members of its
"We have the smoking gun in the
form of diagnostic tooth marks and we can definitely rule out all
the other carnivores known to have been on the scene," Raymond
Rogers of Macalester College in St Paul at Minnesota in the US
said. Mr Rogers and his colleagues believe the marks on the bones
from Majungatholus are the first clear evidence for cannibalism
among dinosaurs because the size, spacing and serrations match
the blade-like teeth of the species.
"Majungatholus' mouth fits the
crime scene," he said in an interview. He described the finding,
which is reported in the science journal Nature Vol. 422, p515, 3
April 2003, as a phenomenal window into dinosaur behaviour and
feeding habits. "It is a look that we rarely get into this level
of dinosaur life," he said. He and his wife, Kristina Curry
Rogers of the Science Museum in Minnesota, and David Krause of
the State University of New York at Stony Brook, examined fossils
of the jaws and teeth of other meat-eaters on the island at the
time and concluded that only Majungatholus was capable of causing
the damage on the bones that had been collected on the island
But they are not sure whether
Majungatholus, which was up to nine metres long and a top
predator of its time, killed its prey or simply scavenged on the
John's comments: Take note
of the last two lines. Vegetarian to scavenger, to carnivore
parasite is the Biblical history of Diet. Note the facts above do
not conflict with this - especially the most objective statement
in the last 2 lines.
Asteroid Extinction Theory
Challenged By Rock Core, according to Nature Science Update
(www.nature.com/nsu) 10 April 2003. Scientists at Princeton
University, New Haven and the University of Karlsruhe, Germany,
have examined a core of rock taken from the Chicxulub crater near
the Yucatan Peninsula. This is the asteroid impact crater where
many scientists claim mass extinction of dinosaurs began.
The theory is the impact sent
masses of dust into the atmosphere, which blocked sunlight so
plants couldn't photosynthesise food for big animals such as
dinosaurs, who then died leaving small mammals to evolve.
Princeton scientists found the crater core contained abundant
fossils of microscopic plants (plankton) that need sunlight for
photosynthesis as much as large plants do. German scientists also
found rock layers in the core were less compacted than expected,
indicating the impact was not as great as currently believed.
John's comments: Many mass
extinction theories have come and gone as scientists try to
explain the difference between Cretaceous rocks, which contain
dinosaur fossils, and Tertiary rocks, which don't. The hidden
assumption in all such theories is the belief that rock layers
are buried time zones formed one after the other. But geological
names for rock layers were originally given to describe either
the composition or location of rock layers eg. Cretaceous means
chalky, Jurassic means Jura Mountains. If we train Geology
students to start again from first principles, they may discover
that differences between Cretaceous and Tertiary rocks are not
time based at all.
Furthermore, mass extinction does
not help the theory of evolution which requires new kinds of
animals to come into existence. This can only occur if new
genetic information is produced. Death of existing animals will
not produce it. The anomalous microscopic plankton fossils now
found also indicate it's time for evolutionists to go back to the
drawing board again.
"When Charles Darwin
published 'The Origin of the Species' in 1859, he did more than
change the way people thought about life on Earth - he made a lot
of money. That wealth has made its way to Australia, into the
pockets of his great-great-grandson Chris," reports The Sydney
Morning Herald Wednesday April 23rd p3. "Chris Darwin is spending
the money on something he thinks his famous ancestor would have
approved of - saving species from extinction..."
"Darwin's theory caused a
scientific revolution and religious outrage, but before he died
in 1882 he wrote: "I feel no remorse from having committed any
great sin, but have often regretted that I have not done more
direct good to my fellow creatures."
"Chris Darwin, a one time failed
Biology student, says those words inspired him to use his
inheritance to fulfil his great-great-grandfather's last
John's comments: This
worthy goal of saving creatures from extinction will prove three
things: (a) the continuing trend on this planet is toward
extinction, not evolution; (b) any creatures rescued from
extinction will continue to produce their own kind, and; (c)
Charles Darwin's theory will not be helped by Chris Darwin's
rescue plans. Chris' work will actually benefit the Creationists'
cause for years to come - Yea! Go for it Chris!
Web Museum Project
continues as we gain fabulous new red and yellow fossils of
beautiful Cambrian Sponges, which not only show flood deposition,
but refute evolution by the simple fact sponges are still here -
they are living fossils. Behind the scenes work on the Web Museum
Project is expected to take two more years. See coloured
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