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Whales: New "Icon of Evolution" or a Challenge to Darwinian Theory?
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Publish-date-icon December 2, 2011
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On this episode of ID The Future, Casey Luskin discusses a recent fossil discovery that puts a kink in the evolutionary explanation of whales. Evolutionists claim that whales evolved from fully terrestrial mammals to fully aquatic ones in 5-10 million years. The new fossil find of a whale jaw bone shrinks that number considerably, making a shaky theory even shakier. Luskin explains that it's highly unlikely that the number of changes needed for such a transformation could occur in such a small time period. "Mathematically speaking, it is not possible that an unguided Darwinian process could take a land mammal to a whale in such a short period of time."

Read Luskin's article on Evolution News & Views covering the recent fossil discovery.

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