Dinosaur eggs with embryos

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Yunnan Province, China holds some very special eggs, containing the tiny bones of unborn sauropod dinosaurs. Within the Lufeng Formation, a relatively thin bed of red sediment contains these fossil eggs, mixed and buried amidst other fossils. While perhaps providing new clues to the ways sauropod dinosaurs developed from embryos, they also bear distinct marks of very recent flooding.

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God blessed Noah and his family after the flood.

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There is iron in the blood, so maybe.

Hello form Maui! On spring break from Wyoming

You can find imitation girl scout cookies at Aldis

I have stopped buying Girl Scout cookies because of the support of Planned Parenthood!

Should have been sent to Study Hall for a year.

Fight to save our little babies!

Is Rev. 22:15 the correct reference?

Loneliness is a choice. The only answer to loneliness is a relationship with God!

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Oliver, not Ferdinand?

From Hereford, Arizona

Aside from all other reasons; the product is not good. Instead of buying girlscout cookies just marry a wife that can bake.

Some people have a good sense of direction that would be considered sensitive to the magnetic field.

Watching on the big screen in living room 😊

Roman's 1:25 They traded the truth about God for a lie. So they worshipped and served the things God created instead of the Creator himself, who is worthy of eternal praise! Amen.

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We need a National Revival!

I guess it would be listening not watching LoLs

If you have an engaged gospel centered community.. your church will stay alive a growing

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Classifying Life in the Creation Model

The Summer 2017 issue of the Creation Research Society Quarterly (Volume 54, Number 1) contained an article on Baraminology Classification by Jean O’Micks.

There are fixed limits to the kinds of life. While there is great diversity within a kind of life, one kind cannot transform into another kind. The “kinds” (Hebrew “min”) that God created (Hebrew “bara”) represent fixed types that creationary scientists refer to as a baramin. The taxonomic classification system developed by humans doesn’t show what the kinds are, although many creationary scientists believe the “kind” to be at approximately the “family” level in the taxonomic hierarchy.

Jean O’Micks reports on efforts to identify the created kinds or baramin.

Baraminology Classification
Based on Gene Content Similarity Measurement

A recent genomics-based baraminology method has been developed that measures the gene content similarity (the Jaccard Coefficient Value, or JCV) between species and assigns them to individual baramins. The method is based on the creationist assumption that genes are conserved across genomes within a baramin and represent orthological functional units. Species from the same baramin should contain many common genes and thus have a high JCV, whereas species from different baramins should have a low JCV.

This method has been further developed and estimates baramins based also on k-means clustering. The method also calculates two parameters, the pan-genome quotient (PGQ) and the completeness index (CI), both of which describe how much genome erosion via gene loss has occurred in the pan-genome of the archebaramin since the Fall. The PGQ measures the intersect/union of all genes in all species in a given baramin, while the CI measures the number of genes in all species in the baramin divided by the number of species in the baramin times the size of the union of orthologous genes.

This method has been heretofore used in the analysis of Nucleocytoplasmic large DNA viruses (NCLDVs, which bear remarkable similarities to bacteria), Archaea, and insects. The method is applied to a data set of 26 fungal species in the present paper. The algorithm predicted three putative baramins, with seven species from Pezizomycotina, three from Agaro/Ustilagomycotina, and 15 from Saccharomycotina.

Based on previous experience, there is no single JCV cutoff by which species can be assigned into the same or different baramins. For example, bacterial baramins may have a rather low mean JCV due to horizontal gene transfer (HGT). In general, gene content baraminology studies depend on the biology of the organisms under study. With more and more protein data becoming available, the JCV method appears to be a promising tool for many future baraminology studies.

Members can read the entire article online.

This paper was supported by the CRS eKINDS research initiative.

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Classifying Life in the Creation Model

The Summer 2017 issue of the Creation Research Society Quarterly (Volume 54, Number 1) contained an article on Baraminology Classification by Jean O’Micks.

There are fixed limits to the kinds of life. While there is great diversity within a kind of life, one kind cannot transform into another kind. The “kinds” (Hebrew “min”) that God created (Hebrew “bara”) represent fixed types that creationary scientists refer to as a baramin. The taxonomic classification system developed by humans doesn’t show what the kinds are, although many creationary scientists believe the “kind” to be at approximately the “family” level in the taxonomic hierarchy.

Jean O’Micks reports on efforts to identify the created kinds or baramin.

Baraminology Classification
Based on Gene Content Similarity Measurement

A recent genomics-based baraminology method has been developed that measures the gene content similarity (the Jaccard Coefficient Value, or JCV) between species and assigns them to individual baramins. The method is based on the creationist assumption that genes are conserved across genomes within a baramin and represent orthological functional units. Species from the same baramin should contain many common genes and thus have a high JCV, whereas species from different baramins should have a low JCV. 

This method has been further developed and estimates baramins based also on k-means clustering. The method also calculates two parameters, the pan-genome quotient (PGQ) and the completeness index (CI), both of which describe how much genome erosion via gene loss has occurred in the pan-genome of the archebaramin since the Fall. The PGQ measures the intersect/union of all genes in all species in a given baramin, while the CI measures the number of genes in all species in the baramin divided by the number of species in the baramin times the size of the union of orthologous genes.  

This method has been heretofore used in the analysis of Nucleocytoplasmic large DNA viruses (NCLDVs, which bear remarkable similarities to bacteria), Archaea, and insects. The method is applied to a data set of 26 fungal species in the present paper. The algorithm predicted three putative baramins, with seven species from Pezizomycotina, three from Agaro/Ustilagomycotina, and 15 from Saccharomycotina. 

Based on previous experience, there is no single JCV cutoff by which species can be assigned into the same or different baramins. For example, bacterial baramins may have a rather low mean JCV due to horizontal gene transfer (HGT). In general, gene content baraminology studies depend on the biology of the organisms under study. With more and more protein data becoming available, the JCV method appears to be a promising tool for many future baraminology studies.

Members can read the entire article online.

This paper was supported by the CRS eKINDS research initiative.

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What on Earth does that even mean or change concerning the flight? This is just ... weird

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MX Mexican ✔️😂😀😎

MX-Ed up in the head? 😂

No more flying United for me.

I identify as a first class passenger paying coach rates, with employee discount and free meal upgrade - oh, and a set of those little pilot wings and a captain's cap.

How do you pronounce Mx., lol!! 😀

Every large corporation that wants to be relevant & profitable in the future must help push the satanic agenda.

Sad and pathetic that people fall for satan's lies! Genesis 5:2 Male and female created he them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created

How is mx inclusive? Sounds divisive to me!

Well, I just X'd United off my fly list. I'd rather be divided by truth than "United" in error.

Well that’s for motor cross so they can’t have it 😂

It won’t be long before others follow suit. Sad.

MX: mixed-up /ˈmik ˈˌstəp/ adjective informal adjective: mixed-up; adjective: mixed up (of a person) suffering from psychological or emotional problems. "a lonely mixed-up teenager" synonyms: confused, at sea, befuddled, bemused, bewildered, confounded, muddled, perplexed; maladjusted, ill-adjusted, disturbed, neurotic, unbalanced; informal: screwed up, untogether, hung up, messed up; vulgar slang: f*d up; archaic: mazed "she's a crazy mixed up kid"

Suckers. There is one born every minute. Now they are Flying in the Air. God have mercy on those Grounded in the Truth.

confusion and that's not from God

I identify as Rush Limbaugh on the E.I.B. network

Insanity!!!!

Another version of X-mas. Society (and big business) just wants to keep kicking Jesus out of the picture, and keep pushing their way toward immoral insanity.

Just a bending for the dollar

I heard about this earlier on the radio. One thing that was mentioned though, is that whatever your choice is that you select, IT MUST MATCH YOUR PASSPORT/DRIVERS LICENSE. Which is still ridiculous that there is even a choice in this fairy tale.

Insane how are you going to identify anyone for any reason dangerous

They don't care what you are. But they are still going to beat you up and throw you off the plane, lol.

This makes me really want to not fly United .

It keeps getting crazier 🤦🏻‍♀️

Insulting to scientific facts.

More Underwater Wonders Revealed, Part 5

The following Speaking of Science article by David Coppedge appeared in Creation Matters, Vol. 23, No. 2, March/April 2018.

Underwater Troubadours

Illustra’s film* showed a memorable segment about singing humpback whales, but those aren’t the only whale species with a song to sing. Blue whales—the largest animals in the ocean—are talented singers, too, but little has been known about the music of these secretive beasts. National Geographic[7] reported on a 14-year effort by Scripps Institute in California to decode the vocalizations of 100 blue whales. Since the sound travels for miles, they could pick up the sounds remotely with underwater microphones, but they also synced the sounds with individual whales by outfitting them with suction-cup trackers. The results were surprising, changing assumptions about blue whale behavior:

“The biggest animal to ever live is also the loudest, and it likes to sing at sunset, babble into the night, talk quietly with those nearby, and shout to colleagues 60 miles away.

“The blue whale, which can grow to 100 feet long and weigh more than a house, is a veritable chatterbox, especially males, vocalizing several different low-frequency sounds. And for years scientists had only the vaguest notion of when and why these giants of the sea make all those sounds.

Both sexes vocalize, but only the males ‘sing,’ the researchers found. They’re also the loudest. The reasons for all the noise are not well known, but the males seem to begin their “deep melodic songs” around sunset, serenading into the night, probably to attract mates. “But no one has ever witnessed blue whale reproduction,” one researcher commented. For all the research effort, scientists are only beginning to decipher this underwater performance.

The more details you learn about living things, the less excuse you have to chalk it up to evolution.

* www.livingwatersthefilm.com/

[7] Welch, C. (2018, February 15) Elusive blue whale behavior revealed by their songs. National Geographic. Retrieved March 13, 2018 from news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/02/blue-whale-songs-behaviordecoded-spd/

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More Underwater Wonders Revealed, Part 5

The following Speaking of Science article by David Coppedge appeared in Creation Matters, Vol. 23, No. 2, March/April 2018.

Underwater Troubadours 

Illustra’s film* showed a memorable segment about singing humpback whales, but those aren’t the only whale species with a song to sing. Blue whales—the largest animals in the ocean—are talented singers, too, but little has been known about the music of these secretive beasts. National Geographic[7] reported on a 14-year effort by Scripps Institute in California to decode the vocalizations of 100 blue whales. Since the sound travels for miles, they could pick up the sounds remotely with underwater microphones, but they also synced the sounds with individual whales by outfitting them with suction-cup trackers. The results were surprising, changing assumptions about blue whale behavior: 

“The biggest animal to ever live is also the loudest, and it likes to sing at sunset, babble into the night, talk quietly with those nearby, and shout to colleagues 60 miles away. 

“The blue whale, which can grow to 100 feet long and weigh more than a house, is a veritable chatterbox, especially males, vocalizing several different low-frequency sounds. And for years scientists had only the vaguest notion of when and why these giants of the sea make all those sounds. 

Both sexes vocalize, but only the males ‘sing,’ the researchers found. They’re also the loudest. The reasons for all the noise are not well known, but the males seem to begin their “deep melodic songs” around sunset, serenading into the night, probably to attract mates. “But no one has ever witnessed blue whale reproduction,” one researcher commented. For all the research effort, scientists are only beginning to decipher this underwater performance. 

The more details you learn about living things, the less excuse you have to chalk it up to evolution.

* http://www.livingwatersthefilm.com/

[7] Welch, C. (2018, February 15) Elusive blue whale behavior revealed by their songs. National Geographic. Retrieved March 13, 2018 from https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/02/blue-whale-songs-behaviordecoded-spd/

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Still mammals derived from other mammals. Evolution is still true

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Sobering thought.

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A certain pastor called Scott Nary, says something that really makes me chuckle and go like: "yeaahhh!" He says: "You can't counsel a demon and you cannot cast out the flesh." So yes... know the difference hehe

So many more distractions than tv these days 😔

The only thing safe to watch is the weather. I'm a certified TV hater.

Ooooooh he has good strong point

I have given my TV away

No longer own one. Praise God!!

Amen..

Thank you.

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Human and Dinosaur evidence found together

Human & Dinosaur prints

Inca burial stone aka Ica stones