posted on Feb, 27 2013 @ 08:41 PM
I want to further elucidate this notion that darwinian evolutionists believe in this "common ancestor".
Let me first state that I am not a creationist and I am not shilling for the Church.
I feel as if both groups are looking for something to believe in that let's them sleep well at night.
All of the archeological record concerning these supposed "transition species" consists of pieced together bone fragments often found layered in dirt
at levels within the strata that place them hundreds of years apart.
What is most likely happening is the remains of humans and apes are becoming mixed together.
We can state without a doubt that dinosaurs did very much exist because we have found entire skeletons in the fossil record that confirm this....
From the largest to the smallest. We have found irrefutable evidence that supports their existence.
We can state, without a doubt, that extinct species from the the pre-cambrian explosion existed and we have found complete evidence to support this in
the fossil record, but..
I will be darned that we can't find any rock solid evidence to support the darwinian claim that we evolved from a common ancestor.
This common ancestor non-sense is fueled by a hodge podge of bone fragments put together with a heck of a lot of imagination and scientific dogma.
edit on 27/2/2013 by kyviecaldges because: (no reason given)