why haven't we ever seen a crocoduck??Ray comfort and Kirk cameron

Mr. Kirk Cameron alongside his idiot friend Ray Comfort carries this picture around on their debates of a "crocoduck" a half crocodile half duck creature. They use this picture in order to disprove evolution, without knowing they are actually PROVING evolution. Let me explain.


Its simple really, this blog will be very short. A crocoduck cannot exist because crocodiles and ducks evolved from different branches of the evolutionary tree. The Archosaur, which is a branch of diapsids were broken into 2 groups: the first being CROCODYLIDAE (one of the modern living desendants of this family of crocodiles and the second being DINOSAURIA(one of the modern living desendants of this family of ducks)


There is no need for you to get confused with the technicalities. The main point is crocs and ducks evolved from 2 seperate branches. The crocodile did not evolve much since its prehistoric predecessor, while birds evolved directly from dinosaurs. Hence it would be against evolutionary biology to have a cross breed between a croc and a duck. We HAVE seen fossils of a "dino-bird" namely the "archaeopteryx". This fossil, unlike mr.cameron's is REAL and PROVES evolution.


As you can see kirk cameron's statement is an outlandish one and he has no idea he is actually making the evolutionists case for them. Thank you kirk!!

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Comment by Antonio Chambers on June 7, 2011 at 8:02pm
Did you read the blog link that i posted in my comment? We are not debating PURPOSE. We were debating the issue of using the term "random chance" and "accidental" in terms of describing the evolutionary process.
Comment by A3Kr0n on June 7, 2011 at 6:33am
John Camilli -There's a lot of people who would like to strangle PZ Myers, the owner of Pharyngula! Why the ugly name? PZ is a developmental biologist, and it's a stage of embryonic development when all vertebrates are most similar (in a nutshell). His blog is one of the best ways of keeping up with the atheist "movement" at large. Also, he swears a lot which can add to the entertainment value. If the name is still too vile there's always The Panda's Thumb blog! I also check out the National Center for Science Education for news about education legislation
regarding creationism and ID. Of course, RichardDawkinsNet is a required visit for all interesting atheists.
Comment by Rob van Senten on June 7, 2011 at 5:58am

Perhaps "far from accidental" could also be interpreted as "necessarily flowing from the laws of physics", making it neither accidental nor purposefully designed.

Comment by John Camilli on June 7, 2011 at 5:45am
Wait, what Antonio? Far from accidental? As in, you think life was made purposefully? As in designed? You must have been joking. Tell me you were joking. Please, please tell me.
Comment by John Camilli on June 7, 2011 at 5:43am
I keep hearing about Pharyngula, and I would have gone there already, but something about that name just makes me cringe and want to strangle whoever came up with it. I cannot bring myself to visit anything represented by such an awful sound. Ugh!
Comment by Antonio Chambers on June 3, 2011 at 10:40pm

haha what a sad person. Like Dawkins, I am no cosmologist, but I do have fair understanding of the evolution of life, and I can tell you it is FAR from accidental. I posted a comment on one of my blogs addressing this matter. right....here>> http://www.atheistnexus.org/profiles/blogs/a-building-cannot-assemb...


Comment by A3Kr0n on June 3, 2011 at 10:32pm


Uh oh, someone's going to get Pharyngulated!

Posted by: Ray Martinez Author Profile Page | June 3, 2011 8:42 PM #85

"The reaction of Dawkins is disingenuous/contrived/having an ulterior motive. He, like all Atheists, most certainly believes the universe happened by chance."

Comment by Antonio Chambers on June 3, 2011 at 9:35pm
HAHAHAHAHAH NIce work Dawkins!!! i love the guy!1
Comment by A3Kr0n on June 3, 2011 at 6:18pm
Someone at Pharygula just posted a video of Richard Dawkins at the World Atheist Convention in Dublin today. LINK
Comment by Joseph P on June 3, 2011 at 6:01pm
True, that's not typical.  I've seen a few that have gone about that fast, though.



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