One of the less credible evolutionary stories is the supposed transition from dinosaurs to birds. Darwinists tell us that dinosaurs didn’t die out, they simply evolved into birds with feathers and flight. This, of course, is highly controversial and hotly debated, and rightfully so, since the evidence of this transition is highly suspect and very thin.
So, what do you do if you are a Materialist trying to prop up your worldview and you have a paucity of evidence? You make it up as you go along. For instance, here is a new article reporting on some new “mini” dinosaur that somehow leads to birds. The worst part of this is the new assertion that dinosaurs now had feathers all along:
“Many of the animals that were thought to look like giant lizards only a few years ago are now known to have been feathered and to have had many other defining bird characteristics,” Norell said.
Yes, that’s right, if you can’t explain how feathers appeared on birds, just say they appeared on dinosaurs. But, why would land based creatures need feathers? Does this make any sense? No, of course it doesn’t. It’s an evasion from the uncomfortable lack of evidence for the materialist view.