ARMORED FISH FOSSILS REWRITE EVOLUTIONARY STORY

Placoderm Photo from icr.org

Placoderm
Photo from icr.org

by Brian Thomas, M.S.

A special set of Australian fish fossils just derailed evolution’s long-held story of early fish origins. The remarkable fossils preserved detailed soft tissue body features, including the precise points where muscles attached to the ancient fish’s bones. These clues enabled paleontologists to reconstruct the now-extinct fish anatomy. Though expecting something much more primitive-looking, they discovered completely designed, fully-muscled armored fish. Now they have to rewrite the evolutionary bit about how jaws evolved.1

This interesting article may be seen in its entirety HERE.

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Note (6/18/2016): I had a story here that was removed from the original source so I went on a hunt to find the same related story and others. The one that was here originally is first. There are many more than three like it, but I will list two other similar stories that show the general view of current scientists within American Universities over the past decade or so.

ORIGINAL STORY THAT WAS HERE FROM A DIFFERENT POST…INTELLIGENT DESIGN AT BALL STATE 2013

INTELLEGENT DESIGN AT BALL STATE 2016

INTELLIGENT DESIGN AT IOWA STATE 2007

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2 Responses to ARMORED FISH FOSSILS REWRITE EVOLUTIONARY STORY

  1. Mannyr says:

    What a treat! Looks to me like these fish put on the Armour of God and it worked, in the spiritual as well as the natural.

    • Chris says:

      Yes, indeed it does, my friend. And it also gives more credibility to creationists like myself who believe in a young earth.

      Enjoy your week off, Manny.

      God’s blessings…

      For those of you who wish to know the truth about the age of the earth, and outstanding video can be found HERE.

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