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EVOLUTIONISTS' INTERMEDIATE-FORM DILEMMA
CAMBRIAN FOSSILS AND THE CREATION OF SPECIES
DARWIN'S ILLOGICAL AND UNSCIENTIFIC FORMULA
TIGER SKULL
HYENASKULL
SPECTACLED BEAR
GOLDEN MONKEY SKULL
COYOTE SKULL
ANTELOPE SKULL
WOLF SKULL
WOLVERINE SKULL
SPOTTED DEER SKULL
FEMALE BINTURONG SKULL
BOAR SKULL
TIBETAN SAND FOX SKULL
BROWN BEAR SKULL
GRAYWOLF SKULL
FISHER SKULL
FROG
CROCODILE
MENE (Mene maculata)
STARFISH
MACKEREL
SQUID
STURGEON
NEEDLEFISH
SOLDIER FISH
GUITARFISH
SQUID (with its pair)
CATSHARK
SHRIMP
COELACANTH
STINGRAY
CRAYFISH
SEAURCHIN
SEABASS
FLYING FISH
HORSESHOE CRAB
SANDFISH
LADYFISH (Elopidae) (with its pair)
BRITTLESTAR
CRAB
ANGELFISH (Cichlidae)
RAZORFISH (Centriscus)
SEACUCUMBER (with its pair)
CORAL
SCALLOP
RAZORFISH (CENTRISCUS)
PLATED LOBSTER
MANTIS SHRIMP
PUFFER FISH
LOBSTER
STINGRAY(with its pair)
SEALILY
BOWFIN
SEAHORSE
PIPEFISH
SARDINE
MANTIS SHRIMPAND EEL
NEEDLEFISH (with its pair)
MACKEREL (with its pair)
LADYFISH (with its pair)
BONEFISH (with its pair)
SAWFISH
HACKBERRYSEEDS
SEQUOIAPINE CONE
LEAF OF CLIMBING FERN
ALLOPHYLUS LEAF
POPLAR LEAF
CEDAR LEAF
SUMAC LEAF
SPURGE LEAF
BALLOON VINE
OAK LEAF
WILLOW LEAF
FERN (with its pair)
BEECH LEAF
FERN
HONEYSUCKLE LEAF
BIRCH LEAF
SOAPBERRYLEAF
JUMPING SPIDER
BUTTERFLYLARVA
BRISTLETAILS
LARGE JUMPING SPIDER
ORB WEAVER SPIDER AND FLY
GROUND SPIDER
BARKLOUSE
WASP
ASSASSIN BUG
SOFT-BODIED PLANT BEETLE
COCKROACH AND MIDGE
LONG-HORNED BEETLE
TWO MEALWORM LARVAE
CATERPILLAR
TRUE BUG
SANDHOPPER
Fungus gnat
SCALYBARKLOUSE
SAPBEETLE
GRASSHOPPER
SCUTTLE FLY
DANCE FLY
WORKER ANT
CLICK BEETLE
MOTH FLY
BRACONID WASP
LONG-LEGGED FLY
SPIDER
MOTH
BUTTERFLYCHRYSALIS
RAPHIDIOPTERA(SNAKE FLY) LARVA
PIRATE SPIDER
BRISTLETAIL
ICHNEUMON WASP
WALKING STICK
COBWEB SPIDER
CICADANYMPH
CICADA
DRAGONFLYAND MAYFLYLARVA
GROUND CRICKET
COCKROACH
PLANTHOPPER
MARCHFLY(Bibionidae)
DRAGONFLY
DRAGONFLY(with its pair)
CRICKET
DRAGONFLYNYMPH
MAYFLY
WATER STRIDER (Gerridae)
WINGED STINK BUG (Pentatomidae)
MAYFLYNYMPH
INTRODUCTION
DARWINISM'S CRUMBLING MYTHS AND THE CORRECT DEFINITION OF SCIENCE
ONCE, LIFE WAS THOUGHT TO BE SIMPLE
ONCE, THE FOSSIL RECORD WAS THOUGHT TO PROVE EVOLUTION
ONCE, THERE WAS ASEARCH FOR THE MISSING LINK
ONCE, THERE WAS THE MYTH OF FAULTY CHARACTERISTICS
ONCE, THERE WAS THE MYTH OF "JUNK" DNA
ONCE, THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES WAS THOUGHT TO LIE IN "SPECIATION"
ONCE, THERE WAS THE "HORSE SERIES" SCENARIO
ONCE, THERE WAS THE STORYOF PEPPERED MOTHS
UNTIL RECENTLY, THERE WERE STORIES OF THE DINO-BIRD
CONCLUSION
THE "ROBBER BARONS," DARWIN'S FOLLOWERS
SOCIALDARWINISM AND THE FAVORED RACES MYTH
THE RESULT OF THE DARWINISM-NAZISM COALITION: 40 MILLION DEAD
SOCIALDARWINISTS’STERILIZATION AND DEATH LAWS
ATHEORYTHAT BELITTLES WOMEN
DARWINISM AND MORALCOLLAPSE
THE "EVOLUTIONARYPSYCHOLOGY" ERROR
FOREWORD
THE SECRET BEYOND MATTER IS NOT WAHDATULWUJOOD
WHYIS THE TRUTH ABOUT MATTER SUCH AN IMPORTANT SUBJECT?
TIME IS APERCEPTION, TOO
ETERNITYIS HIDDEN IN GOD'S MEMORY
REPLIES TO OBJECTIONS REGARDING THE REALITYOF MATTER
CONCLUSION: THE TRUTH CANNOT BE AVOIDED
THOSE WHO LEARN THE TRUTH ABOUT MATTER FEEL GREAT EXCITEMENT
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Atlas of Creation v3 e1

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A fossil is the name given to the remains
or traces of a plant or animal
preserved in geologic strata
since prehistoric times—or in some cases, remains
preserved encased in amber. Fossils collected
from all over the world are one of our most important
sources of information about the organisms that have existed
on Earth since the very earliest times, even hundreds of
millions of years ago. Research into fossils enables us to learn
about extinct plants and animals, as well as earlier forms of
species still in existence today.
http://www.scribd.com/doc/19478951/Atlas-of-Creation-v3-e1
A fossil is the name given to the remains
or traces of a plant or animal
preserved in geologic strata
since prehistoric times—or in some cases, remains
preserved encased in amber. Fossils collected
from all over the world are one of our most important
sources of information about the organisms that have existed
on Earth since the very earliest times, even hundreds of
millions of years ago. Research into fossils enables us to learn
about extinct plants and animals, as well as earlier forms of
species still in existence today.

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