The claim that archeoraptor is a fake is completely true — no BS there. But what they won’t mention is other “missing links” like Archaeopteryx. Hell, they also won’t mention things like Tiktaalik, Archaeothyris, or Ambulocetus, but it’s probably safe to say they don’t believe in any of them.
There’s a very tentative list of transitional fossils at Wikipedia that shows that there is certainly one or more transition out there.
What they fail to mention is that archaeoraptor wasn’t even thought to be anything by the scientific community because no one had even studied it. Once someone got the chance to study it, the fossil was quickly found out to be fake. Fake in the sense that the fossil hunter had likely placed the bones of two species together unknowingly. This all happened in less than one year. Archaeopteryx, on the other hand, has been known since 1862 and is most definitely not a fake.
For more information on archaeoraptor, click here.
Kirk Cameron is a failure, added to the list of many who have been quickly proven wrong with some simple knowledge. In fact, I’ve never heard one convincing creationist argument against evolution — and with good reason — because there isn’t one.
I’m making a list of the creationist failures. This can be considered post one of the series, so congrats to our number one:
- Kirk Cameron
Also, Darwinism doesn’t exist. Any atheist involved in evolutionary theory would know this, plus the guy at the end was looking at something a few different times that seemed to catch his interest. He was reading from a teleprompter. Yeah, failure.