If Darwin’s theory were true, would you expect to find fossils that haven’t changed for a billion years? Would you expect that kind of stasis for organisms that lived in vastly different conditions than today? Would you expect, furthermore, to find an explosion of diverse forms of life suddenly, without ancestors? Rather than mourn their fate, evolutionists flaunt these falsifying fossils as trophies of their theory.
Mongolian cells unchanged for a billion years: PhysOrg reported the discovery of fossil planktonic cells called tintinnids that appear virtually identical to those alive today, but are alleged to be as much as 715 million years old. Notice the contrast between the empirical evidence and the “maybe” language about evolution in this excerpt:
Now, geologists at MIT and Harvard University have unearthed rare, flask-shaped microfossils dating back 635 to 715 million years, representing the oldest known ciliates in the fossil record. The remains are more than 100 million years older than any previously identified ciliate fossils, and the researchers say the discovery suggests early life on Earth may have been more complex than previously thought. What’s more, they say such prehistoric microbes may have helped trigger multicellular life, and the evolution of the first animals.
“These massive changes in biology and chemistry during this time led to the evolution of animals,” says Tanja Bosak, the Cecil and Ida Green Career Development Assistant Professor in MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences. “We don’t know how fast these changes occurred, and now we are finding evidence of an increase in complexity.”
Cilia are extremely complex organelles of cells – so complex that biochemist Michael Behe dubbed them “irreducibly complex” in his books Darwin’s Black Box and The Edge of Evolution. Yet evolutionists find fossils fully formed, working just fine, in the earliest fossil-bearing rocks. Wynne Parry at Live Science added that “scientists think these organisms were around much longer… Some believe these types of single-celled creatures have been around for considerably more than 1 billion years,” according to one of the Harvard geologists….
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