Friday, April 23, 2010

A New Evolutionary Link? Australopithecus sediba Has All the Wrong Signs

I found this article about another supposed ape to man evolution specimen to be excellent. It quickly explains the difference between hard data and extrapolation of data, as well as exposing the impossibility of brain tissue remaining inside of a skull for "1.9 million years".
I remember seeing a very large article about Australopithecus sedib in my local paper. But the spin on the actual data was very different. Hope you enjoy this article from ICR.


My sister works in a day school in Southern Texas. She gave her kids aloe plants for Earth Day. I thought it a nice gesture, after all, it was the Lord who created the heavens and the earth and all the wonderful plants we see on earth.
I found a good article that puts Earth Day into perspective:

And this link to a new DVD that sounds fascinating:

On the day some have named Earth Day, I planted spinach, radishes and lettuce in my garden. But I would have planted them regardless of the day having a name. It was a beautiful day!