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Sunday, October 16, 2016

Birds and their Pterosaur Contemporaries

Paleontologists have a new fossil to pretend is a source of how the critters' brains evolved. (Here we go again, another discovery in paleontology, another stampede of, "Great! Now we can support evolution! Hail Darwin, blessed be!" These people need real jobs. But I digress.) Pterosaurs were actually designed to be strong fliers, much liked their feathered counterparts.


The evolutionary timeline is being troubled again. This time, more evidence that pterosaurs, dinosaurs, and birds all lived together.
Image credit: Pixabay / Efraimstochter
When you see the typical diorama or drawings of dinosaurs, they often include pterosaurs. But not birds. No, they don't cotton to showing birds because that fouls up the Darwinian storyline for the evolutionists who believe that dinosaurs evolved into birds. Fact is, museums are dishonest in their displays, since there is serious evidence that dinosaurs live with, and even ate, birds. Originally, birds, dinosaurs, pterosaurs, humans, all were created, not the product of any Darwinian delusion.

Now, don't y'all be going haywire on me and put words in my mouth, I'm not referring to pterosaurs as dinosaurs, but they did live at the same time. Birds lived with both of them as well, and they were apparently coexisting, not competing. And why did dinosaurs and pterosaurs die off while birds remained?
Does it make evolutionary sense to find birds flying with pterosaurs?

Patagonia has yielded a new medium-sized pterosaur fossil with a wingspan on 1.5 meters, reports Live Science. Evolutionists are dating it between 175 and 200 million years old in the middle Jurassic. Because its skull was preserved along with an intact brain case, paleontologists think it might yield information about brain evolution in pterosaurs. That brain must have been pretty sophisticated, though.
To read the rest, fly on over to "Birds and Pterosaurs Flew Together".

The evolutionary timeline is being troubled again. This time, more evidence that pterosaurs, dinosaurs, and birds all lived together.