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Cambrian Clash: Fossils and Molecular Clocks Disagree | The Institute for Creation Research

Cambrian Clash: Fossils and Molecular Clocks Disagree | The Institute for Creation Research

With 98 per cent of its skeleton preserved, this young predatory theropod from southern Germany may be the most complete dinosaur ever found.

With 98 per cent of its skeleton preserved, this young predatory theropod from southern Germany may be the most complete dinosaur ever found.

A megalodon tooth stuck in a whale vertebrae. this is the most badass fossil in existence

A megalodon tooth stuck in a whale vertebrae. this is the most badass fossil in existence

Fossil jellyfish: darwin said they were impossible unless they were smothered in a flood ~again, proof that fossils were formed RAPIDLY and not over a long time because a jellyfish, made of soft tissue, would have ROTTED long before fossilization.

Fossil jellyfish: darwin said they were impossible unless they were smothered in a flood ~again, proof that fossils were formed RAPIDLY and not over a long time because a jellyfish, made of soft tissue, would have ROTTED long before fossilization.

Controversy Blooms Over Earliest Flower Fossil

Controversy Blooms Over Earliest Flower Fossil

"Controversy Blooms Over Earliest Flower Fossil" Flower fossils are definitely my favorite. the fact that these soft parts preserved so beautifully over millions of years is simply amazing!

Mount Moran: A Witness to the Flood

Mount Moran: A Witness to the Flood

Overtime these trees sink under the surface of Spirit Lake and many of them assume a vertical position and float vertically while layers of sediment pile up around them.  The process takes decades not billions of years

Overtime these trees sink under the surface of Spirit Lake and many of them assume a vertical position and float vertically while layers of sediment pile up around them. The process takes decades not billions of years

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