Deadly Plant’s Flowers in Amber Deadly to Evolution

20 May, 201905:30

The discovery of two “remarkably complete” flowers beautifully preserved in amber has excited experts. “These flowers looked like they had just fallen from a tree,” said Professor Poinar. When these amber fossils are considered in tandem with the many others in the scientific literature showing equally exquisite preservation, a ‘big picture’ emerges that is absolutely ‘deadly’ to evolutionary chronology and long-age ideas of amber fossil formation.

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✍️ Links & Show Notes

Original article: Deadly plant’s flowers…
Remarkable’ mammal hairs in amber?
Marine fossils in amber support the Flood Log-Mat Model
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