Creationist idiot invokes Crocoduck
An atheist troll keeps bugging me about the Photoshop “Crocoduck” picture that I had up for a while. OK, Skippy. Here it is. Download it and then you can look at it any time:
“What does it mean, Cowboy Azriel?”
(sigh)It’s something that some of us who are Creationists mention. Since there are no examples of transitional forms between species in the fossil record, the crocoduck is an illustration of that point — if evolution were true, you’d see change of this nature all the time.
Yes, you did read that right, he really does say ‘if evolution were true, you’d see change of this nature all the time’. I’m guessing that our witless friend is a firm champion of Ray Comfort, Ken Ham, Kent Hovind, and all the other insane bullshit peddlers who have no concept whatsoever of how evolution actually works.
As has been shown more times than should be necessary, the ‘crocoduck‘ view of evolution is completely inaccurate, completely at odds with what the facts of Evolution show us. We will never see a change of this type, a chimera of modern forms with half one species and half another, crudely slapped together (but, if Mr S. Bringer wants to see what a transition between lizards and birds looks like he can Google archaeopteryx and have a good stare at it)
What we would expect to see are earlier creatures with common traits, and (much to the no doubt horror of the crocoduck proponents) that’s exactly what we do find…here’s an article that Stormbringer_5 should read.
Stormbringer is one of those creationist who seems to believe that, if you repeat a lie (in this case, that there are no transitional fossils) often enough, it will become true. In our modern, web connected, world it’s stupid and unforgivable to churn out the same horse crap that can easily be checked – claim there are no transitionals, and a child with access to Google can show you’re wrong in less than thirty seconds.
Still, I shouldn’t be surprised at Mr Bringer not understanding evolution or even the modern world, after all, the deluded simpleton thinks we only have five senses.