Silurian Period (443 to 417 million years ago)
As temperatures rose again, the glaciers melted and flooded
some continents. There are many fossils of land plants
dating back to this period, as well as fossilized echinoderms
such as the sea lily, arthropods such as sea scorpions,
and various species of jawless fish and armored fish,
as well as a number of species of spider.
The Devonian Period (417 to
354 million years ago)
Countless fossil fish date back to this period. During
the Devonian, a kind of "mass disappearance"
took place and certain species became extinct. This mass
disappearance affected coral reefs, with stromatoporoids
(a form of reef-forming coral) disappearing entirely.
But there is no difference between the thousands of fossil
fish that lived during the Devonian Period and many species
of fish living today. This, once again, is important evidence
that living things have undergone no changes over the
course of millions of years, and that there can be no
question of their having evolved gradually.
The Carboniferous Period (354
to 290 million years ago)
Also known as the Coal Age, this period is subdivided
into two separate periods, the Lower Carboniferous or
Mississippian and the Upper Carboniferous or Pennsylvanian.
Land rising and falling, resulting from collisions between
continents, and rises and falls in sea levels linked to
the polar ice caps were significant events that shaped
the world during this period. Many fossils of marine and
terrestrial life forms date back to the Carboniferous
The coelacanth, which Darwinists for many years
depicted as a supposedly intermediate form, is still alive
today, proving the invalidity of this claim. It has undergone
no change over the course of millions of years and has
never undergone "evolution." Contrary to Darwinists'
claims that the coelacanth was a "missing link"
that corroborated evolution, it is actually an example
of a "living fossil" that totally refutes evolution.
The coelacanth had been the subject of countless forms
of evolutionist speculation, but its emergence as a living
fossil presents evolutionists with a major dilemma.
The Permian Period (290 to 248
million years ago)
the end of the Permian Period, another mass disappearance
took place that represented the final end of the Paleozoic
Era. The fossil record shows that during this huge disappearance,
90%-95% of living species became extinct. Nonetheless,
some Permian life forms have survived right down to the
present day. Fossil specimens such as a 230-million-year-old
dragonfly and a 240-million-year-old spider prove that
evolution never took place at any time in the past.
2B. The Mesozoic Era (248 to
65 million years ago)
The Mesozoic Era is divided into three separate periods:
the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous. It was during this
era that dinosaurs lived and became extinct. This article is based on the works of Harun
150 years ago, the British naturalist Charles Darwin
proposed a theory based on various observations
made during his travels, but which could not be
supported by any subsequent scientific findings.
In essence, his theory of evolution consisted of
various scenarios, ...More
WHAT IS A FOSSIL?
the broadest definition, a fossil is the remains
of a living thing that lived long ago and that has
survived down to the present day by being preserved
under natural conditions. The fossils that come
down to us are parts of an organism, or remains
left behind when the living thing concerned was
still alive ...More