In May of 2007 an Indonesian fisherman caught a coelacanth—a fish thought to be over 350 million years old and extinct for 65 million years. Coelacanths are supposed to be a transitional creature with its “lobed fins” evolving into legs of land-dwelling animals. No fossil evidence has been found of coelacanths for 65 million years (according to paleontologists). So we shouldn’t be surprised they confidently pronounced this fish to be extinct. The odd thing is that coelacanth fossils are found alongside dinosaur fossils, proving they lived together. Evolutionists laugh at the suggestion of humans and dinosaurs living at the same time, also pointing to the lack of human and dinosaur fossils in the same geologic layer. Yet we know humans and coelacanths exist together right now even without fossils of the two in the same layer (see photo above). This just proves how careful one must be when interpreting fossil evidence. It also proves that what Darwinist scientists “know” with certainty one day may be disproven the next day by an Indonesian fisherman who doesn’t have the academic training to know what he caught does not (or should not) exist. There is one source of information which is never wrong and has never been disproven—the Bible.
Posted by: Rob Lester | June 8, 2010
A truly unbelievable fish story—the coelacanth