Post-Deluvian Fauna: Chupacabra (Mesonychids); Trilobites (Horshoe Crabs); Living Fossils
Friday, July 30, 2010 4:10:10 PM
The "transitional" fossil illustrative drawing included here is another one of an evolutionist's [i.e. professor Ken Miller's (and his associates at Brown University-Molecular Biology Department)] dream quests; just another graph illustration of course. However Dr. Miller and his friends have real faith in their charts (verified and validated field data not being in existence). It is interesting that evolution is a religion, and evolutionists (the pseudo-scientists characteristics notwithstanding)really do have marvelous faith. Interestingly enough though the mesonychids which eventually turned into whales (as evolutionists completely believe) are in reality still ravaging the poultry farms in San Antonio, Texas and the Sonora Desert in general. Dr. Miller informed me on the phone in late Summer of 2009 that living mesonychids are impossible, since these canine types evolved into whales a long time ago (standard 65 million years, as usual). Well, since one can't argue with these evolutionary folks bound for the Institute for Mental and Neural Assessment, (IMNASS) so I just said OK....and hung up the phone. (I informed the very cute little Chupa that he wasn't suppose to be around anymore...he offered his apologies and trotted off...presumably looking for more poultry.)[/ALIGN]
But on further thinking and reflection of the matter I decided to help Dr. Miller out just a little by providing the REAL origin of mesonychids (and this is right down his alley); they're from Carina Nebula some 7.5 (10)3 light years away. Well 7,500 light years shouldn't be so bad a stretch...not even for the imaginative pseudo-science types. How did the Mesonychid get to Earth?...interstellar dust...certainly! In reality (not of primary importance to evolutionists) the chupacabra-mesonychid is a canine variant, the progenitor of which was on board the Ark.
Some folks (evolutionist types) have a hard time believing these animals still exist. Certainly no scientific reason to doubt their presence in the world today. As in the case of all living fossils Chupacabras (not monsters of course) are sinoyx-mesonychids which are indeed very functional in southwestern portions of the United States, Central America and South America. These are not, as History Channel's Monsterquest asserts...monsters...but rather mesonychids. Evolution is again proven to be a fantasy. [I[URL=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ht8x9K1USLU&feature=related]MGLEFT=http://files.myopera.com/mycpaiva/blog/Chupa%20out%203.jpg[/URL]] [Dr. Miller (4th Plate) is attempting to convince an audience concerning the paleontological integrity of his illustrations (without field data of course).]
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