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Today's Creation Moment

Aug
23
A Simian Shakespeare Theatre?
Romans 1:20
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Note that they only depict upright dinosaurs growing feathers on their forearms.
The rodent to bat transition would be a monstrosity, for sure, and none of the intermediate forms (of which they have found absolutely zero) would convey any competitive advantage to the creature worth inheriting.
Not to mention, why would longer digits and webbing between them be any kind of advantage at all? They would be disadvantages, and this doesn't even begin to touch on the musculature and skeletal changes which would have to take place in order to make a land animal aerodynamically capable.
They never depict transitional forms from land insects to flying insects, and there are no fossil transitional forms of the ancestors of the flying reptiles, either.

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