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Sunday, May 01, 2016

Dinosaurs, Birds, and Museum Propaganda

If you saddle up and ride down to Deception Pass, you'll likely come across the unhappy hands and the Darwin Ranch. Oh, sure, they have their celebrations of "discoveries", but they're unhappy that the evidence is against evolution and supports biblical creation. Especially the Genesis Flood model. Still, they get all rambunctious about putting on a propaganda show, especially when it comes to dinosaurs evolving into birds. No, not all evolutionists have signed on to that view, but it gets the good press and grant money.


Evolutionists don't let the facts get in the way of good stories for propaganda purposes. There are many problems with the dinosaur-to-bird concept, but it's still presented as actual science in a museum.
Image credit: Pixabay / DariuszSankowski
It's one thing to argue from our worldviews, which is something we all do, but it's something else when these polecats present speculations as scientific facts, and act like scientists are all in agreement. It's worse when difficulties with concepts are conveniently neglected and evidence is ignored. In these parts (New York), the American Museum of Natural History is exhibiting dinosaur-to-bird propaganda. There's a heap of problems with the evolutionary process, but people are getting a heavy dose of propaganda; if scientists say it, and it's in a museum, it must be true. Not hardly! The truth is, dinosaurs and birds were created separately, and much more recently than Darwinistas want to believe — or let you believe.
It’s a popular evolutionary idea that dinosaurs are still among us—but not in the way you think. Evolutionists certainly don’t think a T. rex or a Stegosaurus is going to wander into your backyard, but they do think the colorful creatures perched on the bird feeder by your porch represent dinosaurs that are still among us.
To learn more, click on "Are Dinosaurs Still Among Us?"

Evolutionists don't let the facts get in the way of good stories for propaganda purposes. There are many problems with the dinosaur-to-bird concept, but it's still presented as actual science in a museum.