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Animal Genetics and "Evolution"
Nov 25th, 2012 at 8:57am
 
There is evidence of anti-evolution or the continual degradation  of all species. 

Here is a photo of the ancient saber tooth tiger the "determined" parent of the cat species.  It is far more powerful, far more able to survive and has many more features that modern cats, lions, tigers, leopards, panthers and all the cats. All of the "cats" devolved from this and other amazingly far more complex life forms.

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Paleontologists state clearly that the Leopard is the "evolved" version of the Smilodon.  We all know the Leopard is nearly extinct from "evolution".
And does this look like it could win against a Smiodon?
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Here is the De generated version of the modern Saber toothed Tiger.

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Re: Animal Genetics and "Evolution"
Reply #1 - Nov 25th, 2012 at 9:55am
 
Another of the rodent family.  Far more able, far stronger and much more fit for survival. 

Ceratogaulus hatcheri skeleton, Museum of Natural History Washington, D.C. USA.

Date      
1 January 1980, 00:14

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Epigaulus hatcheri

Author      
Ryan Somma

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This is the predicessor of the Beaver.  Much stronger, larger and more fit.

Giant beaver (Castoroides ohioensis) skeleton on display at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, Illinois. Taken August 2006 by my girlfriend, C. Horwitz, and uploaded with permission under the GFDL. —Steven G. Johnson
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This is the predecessor of the mouse, and rat, supposedly.

It is far more complex, much stronger bone structure and far more fit than present day rat or mouse.

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Deutsch: Masillamys sp. Archivnummer: SMF ME 11295 (A–C); Ort der Verwahrung: Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum, Abteilung Messelforschung, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Alter: ca. 47 Mio. Jahre. Fundort: UNESCO Weltnaturerbe Grube Messel bei Darmstadt. Fund der Senckenberg-Grabung im September 2007.
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19 March 2009
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Gerbil
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I rest my case.  Rats are way de-evolved from any of the ancient genetic lineages.

Rat in a flowerbox in New York City.

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April 2008
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David Shankbone

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David Shankbone

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Re: Animal Genetics and "Evolution"
Reply #2 - Apr 13th, 2013 at 10:10am
 
When a creature has anti-evolution and is degrading in its complex functions as is shown in ALL the evidence you will see what I call genetic and physical splits.  This happens when the creatures do what is known as "speciation". They split off from the original family of the parent of the genetic lineage.  This only happens when the two new species degrade and can not breed any longer because of these defects interfering with breeding. Some can breed but the offspring are infertile

You have to go backwards with this in time to realize that the parent of all speciation splits was much stronger, more complex and far more advanced in terms of survival and genetic features for survival.  The horse is another example.

You will notice that the oldest of the "horse" as it is believed to be from paleontology and what they think is the ancient horse, that this creature has far more complex bone structure in its legs. As it goes along to the "modern" horse it has lost many bones and flexibility in the legs. This has cause the horse to be more limited, rather than more complex.

Even the ancient teeth look better.

On the molecular level this means that the horse has lost genes. Anytime we see a lost feature like the human GULO gene, you see dead genes, not any added genes.

So the bone loss is only evidence of gene losses and nothing else.

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The horse is a famous "poster child" for evolution.....But is it?

Look at the photo of the horse.  The oldest horse has far more complex bone structures in its legs.

Every geneticists knows that more physical structures means on the molecular level more genes to produce those cells.  It means more complexity.

Therefore the horse is a perfect example of degeneration or "de-evolution" as we find in every animal we have DNA on.

Here's more of the recent ancestors of horses, and they certainly look more sturdy and stronger fit for survival.

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Re: Animal Genetics and "Evolution"
Reply #3 - May 11th, 2013 at 9:34pm
 
The rhino is a cousin distant (Evotards believe to the horse????) and
is going extinct by the way. Extinction is the path of evolution.


Here are some ancient rhinos to look at. All of them are more fit and better able to survive in more difficult environments. Otherwise we would not have them today if they did not survive.

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