Thursday, 16 December 2010

Flap them arms you will not see the results yourself :

My son asked me this morning ...."Daddy , I want to fly can you tell me how?" I said ,"Listen son , you will need to realise there is no way you can in your lifetime aid flight in humans so as you will be able to fly personally , but if you run up and down the street flapping your arms and climb a few trees jumping fro...m branch to branch with your arms flapping then you will be aiding the developement of wings in humans and in the far distant future when humanity developes wings YOU will be Honoured as the first lunatic to run up and down the street , jumping from tree to tree with your arms flapping . But those who are flying instead of using their cars at that time will know you where not a lunatic . You had the future of the planet in mind . "
Ah bless Him , as he ran down the street with his arms flapping I shouted out to encourage Him .........GO GREEN BOY GO GREEN BOY GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO ..........
His school rang this afternoon asking if little Johnny was ok , I explained the reasons and they were fine with that .


How , as land-dwelling creatures, did reptiles ever come to fly ? This is an issue which has resulted in much speculation among evolutionists.
Two main theories are:
a) ancestors (reptiles) of birds descended to ground from trees. the reptiles lived in the treetops and came to possess wings gradually as they jumped from one branch to another. ARBOREAL THEORY.
b) Birds progressed to the air from the land. CURSORIAL (or "running") theory .

These theories are speculative interpretations, with no evidence to support either . Evolutionists , SIMPLY , IMAGINE that the evidence exists.

Professor John Ostrom, head of the Geology Department at Yale University, who proposed the cursorial theory states :
NO FOSSIL evidence exists of any pro-avis. It is a PURE HYPOTHETICAL pre-bird, but one that must have existed.
John Ostrom, "Bird Flight: How Did It Begin?," American Scientist, January-February 1979, vol. 67, p. 47.
TOTAL IMAGINATION . The stuff fairytales are made from .

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