THE INCREDIBLE, EDIBLE ‘190 MILLION-YEAR-OLD-EGG

By Brian Thomas, M.S.  

Yunnan Province, China holds some very special eggs, containing the tiny bones of unborn sauropod dinosaurs. Within the Lufeng Formation, a relatively thin bed of red sediment contains these fossil eggs, mixed and buried amidst other fossils. While perhaps providing new clues to the ways sauropod dinosaurs developed from embryos, they also bear distinct marks of very recent flooding.

First, the find’s context fits a watery cataclysm. Science NOW covered this story, describing the fossils as, “one nest after another destroyed by floods.”1 Of course, Noah’s year-long Flood strung together many disastrous tsunami-like flood events, each one covering a broad swath, sometimes blanketing areas the size of whole continents.

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My comment:  “You’ll never see an article like this in the liberal news media, although I would have to give a publication like Science NOW credit for their integrity.  If there is some discovery that seems to prove Darwinian evolution, it is printed regardless of how much evidence there is for it.  Items like this, that reflect thousands, not millions, of years’ worth of aging, are out there, but one has to look for them.  Darwinian evolution is being taught in every public institution in the nation.  The brainwashing has gone on for quite some time now, and it is interesting to me that still only half of Americans believe we came from some primordial soup or were seeded here by aliens (Richard Dawkins considers this possibility here).

“‘In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.’

“That’s good enough for me.  Any belief about origins ultimately comes down to faith.”

CR

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