Sunday, 4 March 2012

Marine reptiles can not be credibly explained as having an evolutionary origin .

Marine reptiles can not be credibly explained as having an evolutionary origin . The most important marine reptile , is known as the ichthyosaur.
Edwin H. Colbert and Michael Morales admit the fact that no evolutionary account of the origin of these creatures can be given:
"The ichthyosaurs, in many respects the most highly specialized of the marine reptiles, appeared in early Triassic times. Their advent into the geologic history of the reptiles was sudden and dramatic; there are no clues in pre-Triassic sediments as to the possible ancestors of the ichthyosaurs… The basic problem of ichthyosaur relationships is that no conclusive evidence can be found for linking these reptiles with any other reptilian order."
E. H. Colbert, M. Morales, Evolution of the Vertebrates, John Wiley and Sons, 1991, p. 193.

Alfred S. Romer .
No earlier forms [of ichthyosaurs] are known. The peculiarities of ichthyosaur structure would seemingly require a long time for their development and hence a very early origin for the group, but there are no known Permian ...reptiles antecedent to them.
A. S Romer, Vertebrate Paleontology, 3rd ed., Chicago University Press, Chicago, 1966, p. 120

Robert Carroll -Has to admit that the origin of ichthyosaurs and nothosaurs are among the many "poorly known" cases for evolutionists.
Robert L. Carroll, Patterns and Processes of Vertebrate Evolution, Cambridge University Press, 1997, p. 296-97.

Reptiles came into being on the earth with no evolutionary relationship between them. They appeared on earth suddenly, no intermediate forms between them, wiith all their different structures already intact.

This is clear scientific proof that all these creatures were actually created.


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