Jan 30, 2009

Evidence of Prehistoric Gene Splicing!

Failed antediluvian nephilim experiment or wry joke? Via Snorgtees.

4 comments:

Anadæ said...

Yes, as a non-evolutionist my(s)elf (has noone else ever heard of the Universal Law of Compensation before?) I opt for the "wry joke" answer, Michael. A fur-bearing, aquatic, duck-billed, egg-laying mammal with the skeleton of a reptile that has no evolutionary bridge in Nature is certainly not the outcome of narural selection.

Say, weren't the Nephilim themselves a failed antediluvian experiment? They were, after all, the progeny of the Sons of God & the daughters of men who then went around fucking & killing & eating everything, hence the Deluge.

The Anunnaki or Ananaki or Annunakki were these samesaid Sons. Short-sighted, weren't they?

Yep, the platypus is a cosmic nose-thumbing at all those know-it-all Darwinian theorists. Them's good reading, Michael.

Always allt He best,
Anadæ ( :-)}

Michael said...

:-) Great comment, Anadae.

Esperanto Grrl said...

I started to counter the anti-science and anti-evolution claim above, but a YouTuber above did the very same, with lots of cool graphics too:

Evolution and the Platypus

Other than that, I have to say that the platypus is one of my favorite animals. Most people know they're poisonous, but they're a lot cooler than that. Their eyes shut when they swim, and they detect prey by electrical reception in their bill.

They actually don't have nipples, but instead give milk directly through the pores. All in all, a weird, fascinating transitional animal.

Michael said...

Hi EG - personally, I think the both science and the Flying Spaghetti Monster are "true". It's a left brain, right brain thing.

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