Tuesday, September 01, 2009
If you follow the chronologies listed in the Bible beginning with the creation of Adam,
the earth is about 6,000 years old.
Of course old earth, molecules-to-man, evolutionists disagree with the Bible on this point. The reason is because the only possible way molecules-to-man evolution sounds reasonable (a lizard became a bird or a monkey became a man) is if millions and billions of years are thrown into the equation. Nobody has ever seen one species of animal change in to another so it’s easy to reject the idea that change from one kind of animal into another happened quickly. But people fall for the idea of molecules-to-man evolution with no scientific basis just because time is added to the equation.
Well, this finding http://www.icr.org/article/4827/ really throws a wrench into the evolutionary time frames. Currently evolutionists believe by “blind faith” (I hate blind faith by the way) that the dinosaurs went extinct about 65 million years ago. This long time frame helps to bolster their argument that the process of evolving takes “millions and millions of years” and if you take away their “millions and millions of years” you ruin their theory.
But now that soft tissue, red blood cells, have been found in a T-rex bone and a Hadrosaurus bone, we know the dinosaurs went extinct much more recently, like only a few thousand years.
Why? Because if dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago all you would have in a dinosaur bone would be dust. Soft tissue doesn’t survive for even 50,000 years much less 65 million years. Ouch! That’s got to hurt.