WASHINGTON (AP) -- It has the face of a rat and the tail of a skinny squirrel -- and scientists say this creature discovered living in central Laos is pretty special: It's a species believed to have been extinct for 11 million years.
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It turns out the little guy isn't new after all, but a rare kind of survivor: a member of a group until now known only from fossils.
Interesting little find they have here, my only question is why doesn't the discovery have them questioning the dating of the fossil layer to which this species was originally expected to be living in?
If a species is found only in the fossil record, then a living species miraculously appears, does that mean it lived for millions of years undetected? or were they just wrong about strata dating?
The problem with the science of evolution is, there's no accountability. When errors are made, the theories continue to grow and grow and grow, Pinnochio would feel right at home in our modern world and I bet he would become an evolutionary scientist.
To reappear after 11 million years is more exciting than if the rodent really had been a new species, said George Schaller, a naturalist with the Wildlife Conservation Society, which unveiled the creature's existence last year. Indeed, such reappearances are so rare that paleontologists dub them "the Lazarus effect."
Instead of admitting that the dating of the sedimentary layer that contains the fossil is incorrect, they go on to fatten up the idea of the "Lazarus Effect"
hey! what a surprise! they encase their error in yet another "Theory" and call it the Lazarous Effect.
In case their are some who don't read their Bible Lazarous was a man whom was raised from the dead by one of the miracles performed by Jesus Christ. So basically what this article is saying, is that animal evolution has a finite amount of animal species on our planet and when they go extinct they are capable of replicating themselves through evolution somewhere along the line after millions of years of extinction...resurrecting their own species, Lazarous was resurrected by Christ, so the Lazerous Effect means that their is some form of belief in the evolutionary scientific community that extinct species are capable of resurrecting themselves...given enough time of course.
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To reappear after 11 million years...
paleontologists dub them "the Lazarus effect."
Lazarous Effect: To be raised from the dead, non-existent for a period of time and resurrected.
Resurrected: (Mirriam Webster) transitive verb: to raise from the dead : restore to life
I'm constantly amazed that they can never look at the strata dating to be in error, this proves that the key-stone of evolution theory rests solely on the Geologic Column and is to be considered a taboo or untouchable area to which no evolutionary scientist is willing to challenge, lest he/she be discredited and or ex-communicated by their own scientific community.
The finding of any living species which originally was found only in the fossil record, imminently renders the dating of that strata layer incorrect, but as usual, all are too terrified to lose their jobs by rising to the challenge.
Argue it any way you like, the result and conclusion of yet another "living fossil", is irrefutable evidence that the dating of fossils via strata layers in no way represents the time line which the evolutionary community believes it to be.
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