Re: A transitional turtle

Ron Chitwood (
Fri, 5 Jun 1998 09:22:01 -0500

>>>>There are several important points to be noted here. First, this data
supports the predictions of the evolutionary viewpoint, not the
expectations of progressive creation or special creation. Turtles are
originally land creatures with feet adapted for life on land. The earliest
turtles ( found in the lowest or oldest rock layers) are found in the Late
Triassic. (Eugene S. Gaffney and James W. Kitching, "The Most Ancient
African Turtle," Nature, 369, May 5, 1994, p. 55).<<<

Two things on this post
1) Are Gaffney and Kitching Darwinian evolutionists to begin with?
2) Can the DNA be tested on this to prove anything other than
microevolution occurred. If it can, Richard Dawkins needs to be informed.
He was totally ignorant of any finding that showed an increase in
information at the DNA level has ever occurred Videotape FROM A FROG TO A

Ye shall know the Truth, and trhe Truth
shall make you free. John 8:32
Ron Chitwood