A Dozen Bird Eggs, Please


Gigantoraptor caused a lot of discussion when it was unearthed in China. According to estimates, this dinosaur weighed 1.5 tons, and scientists believe the skeletons they found may be from a young adult that was not fully grown.

Of course, not a single flying creature in all of history has ever been recorded as weighing even near 1 ton. Actually, the weight of this dinosaur would make it impossible to fly!
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Of course, as can be seen from the artist’s reconstruction (left) of this dinosaur, evolutionists have put feathers on this creature. However, there have been absolutely zero feathers of any kind found with Gigantoraptor. The following comes straight from the team who found the dinosaur:

“While the dinosaur’s remains didn’t include any feathers, which rarely fossilize, its close link to more primitive feathered oviraptorosaurs suggest it very likely did have a feathered tail and arms,” the team said. [Emphasis mine]

These scientists saw bones that they thought resembled other dinobirds (which don’t exist) so they just naturally assumed that it had feathers.

Sinosauropteryx was a supposed dinobird when they found “feather-like” structures surrounding the creature. These structures are now being identified as collagen (a fibrous protein that is found in skin, bones, etc) that was ruffled up when this dinosaur was buried and fossilized.

Microraptor (one of the most popular “dinobirds”)is a bird that could fly well (feathers are designed like that of strong fliers today).

Sinornithosaurus millenii (found with “down-like” structures) was spoken of by an evolutionist. He said that he believes the “downy feathers” found on this dinosaur were just some more collagen. And that is coming down (no pun intended) from an evolutionist.

Protarchaeopteryx robusta and Caudipteryx zoui were birds that were probably flightless. They were definitely birds though because they even used a “gizzard stone” that many birds use today. Theropods, from which birds supposedly evolved from, did not use this gizzard stone.

Archaeoraptor liaoningensis was stark proof for dinosaur-to-bird evolution . . . until it was proven a fraud.

As can be seen from the above examples, any creature that is found with feathers is either a bird or a fraud; not a single dinosaur has been found with feathers!

The Controversial Bird

ArchaeopteryxEver since the discovery of Archaeopteryx in Germany, the idea that dinosaurs evolved into birds has been blown up to accept all kinds of ideas that are based on evolutionary thinking.

Supposedly, right from the finding of Archaeopteryx, this creature is a “missing link” in the evolution of dinosaurs to birds.  However, even this has lost its flavor.

Archaeopteryx is quite an amazing creature, but, unfortunately for the evolutionist, it is a complete bird. Granted, it may have some features that we don’t see on every bird, but, nonetheless, it is completely bird.

First of all, Archaeopteryx had fully-developed feathers. These feathers were not halfway between scales and feathers (a scaleather as I like to call it) but feathers that were completely capable of flying.

Evolutionists often try to trip creationists by saying that Archaeopteryx has a bony tail, claws on the wings and teeth in his mouth. They then state that birds don’t have these features.

This can dumbfound some people because they don’t know how to answer it. Truthfully, the answer dumbfounded me because it is so simple. The answer, “so?”

Now, you may be thinking that that is a stupid answer and that the evolutionist would jump all over you, but, that simple word really does make an impact.

When you say “so” about a bird having teeth, claws on wings, etc. you are making a stand that either you don’t care what it is or that you don’t care that it has some unique features. When you say “so” you must be very careful that you let your opponent know you are for the latter.

Why, “so”?

“So”, gives the evolutionists the impression that you don’t care if it has features that may only be found on that one specimen. After saying “so” you should clarify by telling the evolutionist that there are a lot of variations within kinds and that God made them that way so that they could thrive. Who knows, maybe Archaeopteryx’s bony tail saved it from vicious predators that would want him for an entrée?

Actually, some birds have the features that Archaeopteryx had, such as a bony tail, teeth, etc. But, many evolutionists forget to mention that. In fact, only those who have not done their research say Archaeopteryx is a dinobird. Instead, evolutionists are now saying Archaeopteryx is a complete bird!

Today we observe that one creature of the, for example, cow family has long horns, while others only have small ones. Does that mean the longhorn cow evolved to an elk (not of the cow family, mind you) then into a Red Angus cow? No!

Even if Archaeopteryx were to have 25 toes on its left foot, doesn’t mean much except that there are variations within kinds and that it does not point toward the conclusion that one creature completely evolved into a different one.

Bone to Rock in 1,460 Days!

SergeyKrasovskiyTapuiasaurusThe theory of millions of years has been knocked back and forth for years. People say it is proven because the rocks are so old and that they must have formed slowly over many, many years. They say fossilization takes thousands or millions of years to be complete. There they are wrong.

Under the right conditions, a dead, buried animal can become fossilized in a few years. This is unbelievable! Yes, people can fossilize things in a lab very quickly but the natural way takes longer.

In order for something to fossilize, it must be buried in wet earth, with hundreds or thousands of pounds of pressure and tiny enough dirt materials to make their way into the bone and around the cells.

As it turns out, we have found thousands of thousands of fossils. As it also turns out, we find almost everyone having some previous connection with water. Most of the time, people say the fossils they found most have been buried in an ancient lake non-existent today.

This seems awfully convenient since so many fossils are found like this. 4,000 some years ago, God sent a worldwide flood that covered the whole world and killed everything underneath it, burying it in mud, thousands of tons of pressure and sealing them in water. The perfect ingredients for fossils.

Since these conditions were ideal, every one of those fossils could have been fossilized by the time Noah had his first grandson! They definitely had enough time to fossilize until we found them.

Taking Wing

461055143_6431ed8351_oEver since the incredible find of Deinonchyus, evolutionists have been proposing the idea that dinosaurs evolved into birds. This idea has been gaining worldwide attention as more and more evolutionists promote and write books about it.This theory is completely unfounded (see HERE, HERE) in scientific fact but yet, evolutionists swear by it. Many people have started to accept it without even questioning it. Dinosaurs to birds is one of the biggest guns of the evolutionary selection. And it is quickly becoming more in use.

HERE I wrote about a man who was critiquing the director of Jurassic Park 4 for deciding not to put feathers on his dinosaurs. In the comment section, debate started. If you read but a few of those comments you can instantly see that dinosaur-to-bird evolution is naturally assumed.But, let’s say that, by some stroke of chance, that dinosaurs did get perfect feathers, what else would they need to change?

Beside the feather dilemma, evolutionists also have a problem with the organs and structure of birds compared to dinosaurs. In order to truly see if dinosaurs evolved into birds it is important we discuss these structures.


If we were to assume that dinosaurs did evolve feathers they still had the problem of wings. Theropod dinosaurs, the kind birds supposedly evolved from, are famous for their big back legs and small arms.

These arms were not long enough or capable of feeding the theropods (the supposed ancestors of birds) and they do not look strong enough to walk on. It is proposed that theropods may have used their arms to hunt (grasp prey after jumping them). But, what they certainly could not do is flap with them, even if they had feathers; the joints and position of them were just too off to effectively flap.


The lung of the bird is quite an amazing feature known only to its kind. When a bird breathes, air does not go down into its lungs then back up and out like that of humans or mammals but flows in a straight direction, like air through a tube. The sacs on these tubes (or lungs) push the air through and produce a unidirectional flow that gives the bird more oxygen than the reptile or mammal would have.

These sacs keep some depleted air in the lungs so they can be refilled with oxygen. This gives the birds a steady amount of oxygen, which results in the perfect flying ability these creatures have.

The lungs in reptiles, which dinosaurs are a part of, are very unlike birds, more like mammals.


One of the most famous features of the bird is its hollow bones. These bones allow for birds to weigh much less and put less strain on their muscles. The bones of dinosaurs, however, were strong and certainly not hollow. Unless these bones hollowed out and became very fragile, then the theropod couldn’t have evolved hollow bones.

Not only do hollow bones not work with dinosaurs but their tails are also a problem.

In theropod dinosaurs they had to balance their front weight with a long, heavy and well-designed tail. This tail was thick and would never allow for flight. Even though some birds have had bony tails, not one has ever had a tail nearly the size of a theropod’s!

The complete complexity and differences between dinosaurs and birds is beyond what has been described here. Dinosaurs and birds were completely different creatures and one could have never evolved into the other.