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first_imgIn fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Crawford feels he should be next in line for Pacman Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award View comments Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team “Where there is a case that doesn’t involve a positive test but is the result of an investigation based on McLaren evidence only, the athlete can continue to compete until their case is determined,” the AIU said in emailed comments to The Associated Press.There’s also a case against two-time world championship medalist Anisya Kirdyapkina based on suspicious blood values in samples she gave to drug testers.Kirdyapkina was on Russia’s national race-walking team during a time when doping was widespread, leading to bans for more than 30 athletes, including her husband Sergei Kirdyapkin, and a life ban for the head coach Viktor Chegin.Among athletes from outside Russia, the AIU release also revealed reigning Olympic women’s marathon champion, Kenyan runner Jemima Sumgong, faces another doping hearing on allegations of “tampering” with a drug test. Sumgong is already banned until 2021 after testing positive for the banned drug EPO last year.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ FILE – In this Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017 file photo, high jumper Ivan Ukhov competes at the Russian Winter national athletics meet in Moscow, Russia. Some of Russia’s best known track and field athletes are facing doping cases, including former Olympic high jump champion Ivan Ukhov. The Athletics Integrity Unit, which oversees anti-doping cases in track and field, has released on Friday, July 20, 2018 details of 109 cases from around the world in a new transparency drive. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, file)MOSCOW — Some of Russia’s best known track and field athletes are facing doping cases, including former Olympic high jump champion Ivan Ukhov.The Athletics Integrity Unit, which oversees anti-doping cases in track and field, released details on Friday of 109 cases from around the world in a new transparency drive.ADVERTISEMENT Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced Besides Ukhov, the list includes top Russians such as the double world champion shot putter Tatyana Lysenko, Olympic bronze medal-winning long jumper Svetlana Shkolina, and 2014 world indoor triple jump champion Lyukman Adams.The AIU said they are among 13 Russian cases based on evidence uncovered during World Anti-Doping Agency investigator Richard McLaren’s research into a widespread system of doping and cover-ups in Russia.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’The cases of Ukhov, Lysenko, Adams, and Shkolina are all listed as pending before the Court of Arbitration for Sport.Some of the 13 have competed in recent months, and the AIU said they weren’t suspended ahead of a hearing.last_img read more

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first_img…seek legal advice to file proceedings in High CourtThe Mahaica Mahaicony Abary-Agricultural Development Authority (MMA-ADA) has evicted several cattle owners from lands in Region Five (Mahaica-Berbice), stymieing their livelihoods by issuing new leases to other stakeholders.The area, located at Blairmont, covers 1360 acres and had been used by farmers to rear hundreds of cattle. These persons have been operating on the land for the past 30 years and throughout that time, applications were filed for lease documents to be granted.However, the farmers received a notice from the agency earlier this year, indicating that they have to vacate the lands since new leases were issued to other persons, some of whom are not even cattle farmers. Without the lands, their daily operations are severely challenged.Pooran Balmukund explained on Friday that a permit to conduct cattle grazing was also issued with the notice but upon visiting the agency, they were told this document was irrelevant. As such, it was mandatory for them to vacate.“MMA just serve us a notice to remove from the land. They also give us a paper with permission to graze cattle. When we went at MMA, the paper had no value. They told us this don’t have no value anymore,” the man stated.“I occupying that land for over 20 years…We occupy that land for so many years and we ain’t get an inch of land,” he added.Another affected cattle rearer, Krishna Sookdeo, told this publication that they would constantly apply for leases to be granted. However, during the next engagement, the Authority would advise them to reapply since the documents could not be found. Receipts seen by <<>> demonstrated that payments were made by all the farmers for lease applications, some dating back years ago.“I apply for the lease and when you go to MMA, they tell you that no, you didn’t make application and I always walk with my receipt. They ask why we didn’t make application and we tell them that we make application.”Many of them cried that their only means of earning a livelihood is at stake. Generally, they would obtain milk from these animals, which are later sold to consumers using bicycles.“This must affect our livelihoods because we depend on milk. That’s the work we’re doing for our livelihood. No other job we doing,” Persaud related.Over the years, the farmers have developed the lands, establishing pastures and constructing fences around the property. It was explained that they have no vacant property to relocate the animals.“Nowhere have vacant land anymore. We can’t carry all of our animals in the backyard. This is what we depend on. It’s from the backdam to the table,” Balmukund related.Adding to that, 71-year-old Amar Nauth said if the animals are left on the roadway to graze, they would be impounded and released at a cost of some $10,000 for one.“We can’t go nowhere. If you bring the cow at the road, they impound them and you got to pay $10,000 a head. Where you getting $10,000 to take out cow from the pound. You don’t make that money a week from milk.”Legal AdviceThe farmers have sought legal advice from Attorney-at-Law Anil Nandlall, where the matter will be challenged in the High Court. He contended that the MMA-ADA was established as a support mechanism for farmers and other agricultural workers. Instead, they have ousted rice farmers and skyrocketed fees which exceeds the financial capabilities of the common man.The attorney asserted, “The MMA-ADA is an agency set up to facilitate farmers, to assist farmers not to hang them out. All MMA has been doing over the past four years is to oust rice farmers from their land [and] raise the rates and irrigation fees beyond the financial capabilities of the farmers. Now they are behind the cattle farmers.”Nandlall reiterated that these farmers should have been granted leases since there is enough land to be distributed to all stakeholders.“You have enough land to distribute to everybody. Why are you dispossessing these people of the land that they have occupied for so many years and giving it to someone else? Regularise their occupation and issue new leases for new sets of lands for the people who want more land. I don’t understand the policy of MMA,” he positioned.Guyana Times had reported that the farmers were issued with a letter dated January 18, 2019, from MMA ordering them to vacate the land by February 1, 2019, and according to the notice, from that date, those animal farmers would have been deemed illegal.Along with their removal, the men were also required to demolish all structures constructed on the property. Attempts were made to reach an agreement with the entity to no avail.The lands at Blairmont used by farmers for rearing cattleSome of the affected farmers displaying their receipts of lease applicationsThe notice sent to the cattle farmers by the Mahaica Mahaicony Abary-Agricultural Development Authority (MMA-ADA)last_img read more

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first_imgThe two suspects, driver Alvaro Montes, 19, of El Monte and passenger David Padilla, 27, of Pomona, were arrested and booked at El Monte City Jail, said Lt. Michelle States. fred.ortega@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2306160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! • Photo Gallery: Slow speed pursuit LA PUENTE – Two men led El Monte police on a car chase for more than an hour Friday, traversing several San Gabriel Valley cities before surrendering in La Puente. No one was hurt in the incident, which began at about 10:30 a.m. when officers tried to stop an early 1990s model Honda Accord for a traffic violation near Ramona Boulevard and Durfee Avenue, El Monte police Agent Raul Linn said. Police dispatchers notified the officers the car had been reported stolen, and when the driver failed to yield, the chase was on. Police got a lucky break about 20 minutes into the chase when a detective who happened to be in the area was able to deploy a spike strip under the vehicle, blowing out two of its tires. “He was out there on other \ business, and it worked out beautifully,” said Linn. But the blown tires didn’t deter the driver. The chase, which took place mostly on surface streets with the exception of a brief stretch of the San Bernardino (10) Freeway, reached speeds of up to 60 mph, Linn said. Along the way the suspects tossed out several items of clothing, a hat and a jewelry box. After heading through parts of Baldwin Park, Temple City, El Monte and Industry, the chase finally ended just before noon on Valley Boulevard in La Puente between Hacienda and Azusa avenues. The chase drew at least four El Monte police squad cars, along with units from the Baldwin Park Police Department and the sheriff’s Industry Station. last_img read more

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first_img 11 James Milner (Liverpool, central midfield) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. 11 11 11 Roberto Firmino (Liverpool, attacking midfielder) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool, attacking midfielder) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. 11 11 Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen.Who forms the best XI featuring players from the Merseyside rivals?Romelu Lukaku, who has scored 18 Premier League goals this season, but without one in four games, has found the back of the net five times in his last seven appearances against Liverpool. However, does he make the cut over the impressive Daniel Sturridge?Click the arrow above, right, to see a combined team and let us know the players you would pick.Match stats for Liverpool v Everton here. Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool, striker) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. 11 11 11 Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool, right back) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. Romelu Lukaku (Everton, striker) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. 11 John Stones (Everton, central defence) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. Simon Mignolet (Liverpool, goalkeeper) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. 11 Ross Barkley (Everton, attacking midfielder) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. Dejan Lovren (Liverpool, central defence) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. Alberto Moreno (Liverpool, left back) – Liverpool v Everton is live on talkSPORT at 8pm (GMT) on Wednesday 20 April – click here to listen. last_img read more

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first_imgANOTHER Donegal photographer has had their work used on the 3e Channel’s weather forecast.This time it’s Dallan Doherty’s lovely snap at Bunbeag which caught the eye of presener Deric Ó h’Artagáin.  DALLAN’S STUNNING DONEGAL SNAP GETS THE 3e TREATMENT was last modified: April 25th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DALLAN’S STUNNING DONEGAL SNAP GETS THE 3e TREATMENTlast_img read more

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first_imgDonegal’s Great Outdoors By Iain MillerThe Hidden GemsMy name is Iain Miller and I am a Mountain Instructor living, working and playing in County Donegal. Over the last ten years I have explored every corner of the county from the great storm beach of Glenlough Bay to the blow holes of Umphin Island. Over the coming months I will take you to places in Donegal where few people know exist and even fewer people have ever been. I have made the first ascents of over 60 of Donegal’s previously unclimbed sea stacks and over a 1000 new rock climbs in both Scotland and Ireland, I’ve visited every mountain peak in the county both guiding international visitors and teaching trainee Mountain Leaders navigation and am currently writing a guidebook to the enormous amount of rock climbing locations in Donegal.For the last three years I have been running http://www.uniqueascent.ie/, a mountain training and guiding company with a very simple ethos, “Every ascent is unique to you” I will take you to places where fewer people have ever stood than have stood moon.The County of Donegal is blessed with the amount and quality of its natural and unspoilt scenery, with miles of empty sandy beaches, an archipelago of beautiful islands off its western coast, spectacular sea cliff scenery and many many miles of uninhabited and rarely frequented open uplands.But where Donegal’s true blessing is found is high in its mountain ranges. With more climbable rock than the rest of Ireland combined boasting two major Irish mountain ranges, over a thousand kilometres of coastline, one hundred sea stacks and many diverse climbing and walking locations from the mudstone roofs at Muckross in the South West of the county to the Granite slabs of Malin Head, Ireland’s most northerly point. Donegal currently plays host to a lifetime’s worth of world class rock climbing and hill walking in some of the most beautiful and unspoilt places in Ireland. The scope for your personal exploration and the opportunity to discover solitude in the county’s little known places is unlimited, as there is an unexplored adventure waiting through every mountain pass and around every remote coastal headland. Some of the places we will visit over the coming months are as diverse in their nature as they are unique and beautiful.We will visit the lake under the lake on Owey Island, the summit of the Tormore Ridge on Tory Island, the Land of the Giants in Glenlough Bay, The Sturrall Headland, the ice falls of Muckish and the Derryveagh Mountains. These are but a few of what the great outdoors of Donegal has to offer everyone from the casual walker to the hardened mountaineer.Play my videos above – and enjoySlieve Snaght from Errigal SlievetooeyThe view from the summit of the Sturrall HeadlandNEW COLUMN: IAIN MILLER’S GREAT DONEGAL OUTDOORS – THE HIDDEN GEMS was last modified: October 11th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:climbingdonegalGreat OutdoorsIain Milleruniqueascent.iewalkinglast_img read more

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first_imgA Co Donegal woman choked back tears as she spoke of her hell, giving birth at Letterkenny General Hospital.Honey Larkin said she had a “near-death experience” when she began to haemorrhage internally after her baby was delivered by Caesarean section, the High Court was told yesterday.Ms Larkin said she almost died and had lost more than half of her blood volume by the time she was brought to an operating theatre at Letterkenny General Hospital for surgery in January 2008. Ms Larkin (40), Churchill, Letterkenny, is taking a legal action against the HSE and a consultant gynaecologist at Letterkenny General Hospital, Dr Eddie Aboud, over alleged negligence and breach of duty.She claims she is suffering from post-traumatic stress as a result of her experience and has not recovered from the possibility that she might have died.Ms Larkin claims the defendants failed to check, or check sufficiently, or recognise she was bleeding profusely and losing substantial amounts of blood. There was a failure to attach due significance to or take appropriate action in response to her distress signals, she claims.By the time she underwent a second operation to stop the bleeding, she was in a parlous state and had suffered massive blood loss and a near-death experience, it is claimed. The defendants say Ms Larkin was treated in a timely and appropriate man- ner when surgical complications were identified.The case before Mr Justice Kevin Cross continues. DONEGAL MUM CHOKES BACK TEARS OVER HER LETTERKENNY HOSPITAL BIRTH HELL was last modified: February 20th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:alleged negligenceDr Eddie AboudLetterkenny General Hospitallast_img read more

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first_imgBundoran RNLI Lifeboat has been chosen as one of three RNLI Lifeboat teams around the country to share €5000 through BT Irelands nationwide payroll giving scheme ‘Give As You Earn’.The presentation of the cheque came from BT Ireland’s emergency call answering service operators in Ballyshannon earlier this week.Further donations were made to Rosslare RNLI Lifeboat and Courtmacsharry RNLI lifeboat teams to support their vital services in the community. BT operates the national 999/112 emergency call answering service (ECAS) on behalf of the state and the RNLI Lifeboat crews are just one of the many emergency services that are deployed to provide critical lifesaving services as a result of calls to the ECAS.BT Ireland Emergency Call Answering Service operators from BT’s 999 call centre in Ballyshannon presenting a cheque for €3,000 to members of the Bundoran RNLI Lifeboat team. Front from left Ollie Duffy, Mary Harron, Jonathan Costello, Tony McGowan, Lifeboat Operations Manager, Ciaran O’Mahony, Fiona Fox and Michale Burke. Cormack McGurren, Killian O’Kelly and Patrick O’Doherty, Lifeboat Crew. Photo Clive WassonBT Ireland Emergency Call Answering Service operators from BT’s 999 call centre in Ballyshannon presenting a cheque for €3,000 to members of the Bundoran RNLI Lifeboat team. Front from left Ollie Duffy, Mary Harron, Jonathan Costello, Tony McGowan, Lifeboat Operations Manager, Ciaran O’Mahony, Fiona Fox and Michale Burke. Cormack McGurren, Killian O’Kelly and Patrick O’Doherty, Lifeboat Crew. Photo Clive WassonBT Ireland Emergency Call Answering Service operators from BT’s 999 call centre in Ballyshannon presenting a cheque for €3,000 to members of the Bundoran RNLI Lifeboat team. Front from left Ollie Duffy, Mary Harron, Jonathan Costello, Tony McGowan, Lifeboat Operations Manager, Ciaran O’Mahony, Fiona Fox and Michale Burke. Cormack McGurren, Killian O’Kelly and Patrick O’Doherty, Lifeboat Crew. Photo Clive WassonRNLI’s Bundoran team to receive €3000 through nationwide payroll scheme was last modified: April 7th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_imgST. PAUL, Minn. — The corner is clearly being turned.After an up and down opening two months of the season, things are starting to fall in place for the Sharks (19-11-5), who picked up their seventh win in eight games Tuesday by beating the Minnesota Wild.In the process, the Sharks extended their season high winning streak to five games and completed a quick two-game road trip through the upper Midwest with a perfect record.Erik Karlsson extended his longest point streak as a Shark to six …last_img read more

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first_imgNo regime change is evident at National Geographic since Bill Allen left (see 02/15/2005).  The Nov. 2006 is vintage NG with alleged primitive human ancestors on the cover, this time “Baby Lucy” (see 09/20/2006, 10/02/2006).  Despite many passionate letters to the editor after their in-your-face Darwinist two years ago (see “Was Darwin Wrong?” 10/24/2004), this issue under new editor Chris Johns shows no change of heart or direction.    The main article dismisses any alternatives to macroevolution in one paragraph, only to promote Darwinian evolution as the only scientific answer to the origin of life, including human life.  The dismissal appeals to majority rule, enthusiasm, and future discoveries.But nearly 150 years after Darwin first brought this elegant idea to the world’s attention when he published The Origin of Species, the evolution of complex structures can still be hard to accept.  Most of us can envision natural selection tweaking a simple trait—making an animal furrier, for example, or its neck longer.  Yet it’s harder to picture evolution producing a new complex organ, complete with all its precisely interlocking parts.  Creationists claim that life is so complex that it could not have evolved.  They often cite the virtuoso engineering of the bacterial tail, which resembles a tiny electric motor spinning a shaft, to argue that such complexity must be the direct product of “intelligent design” by a superior being.    The vast majority of biologists do not share this belief.  Studying how complex structures came to be is one of the most exciting frontiers in evolutionary biology, with clues coming at remarkable speed.The issue contains a long article on evolution, “A Fin Is a Limb Is a Wing: How Evolution Fashioned Its Masterworks,” by Carl Zimmer.  It discusses embryology, eyes, fruit flies, feathers, homologous limbs and other standard Darwinist fare, ending with “Evolution, ruthless and practical, is equally capable of building the most wonderful structures and tossing them aside when they’re no longer needed.”  Like people?    Zimmer did return to the flagellum at the end of his article, to deal with “doubters of evolution” one more time.  He promoted an evolutionary explanation by Mark Pallen (U. of Birmingham) that relies on co-option of the Type III Secretion System – but did not cite any intelligent-design sources familiar with this kind of explanation to refute it.  He did, though, grant one tiny concession: “Whether or not that’s the full story, there is plenty of other evidence that natural selection has been at work on the flagellum.”    The issue ends with a short article on the Dikika skeleton.  For that fossil to make this publication in such a short time after its announcement, it must have been “Hold the presses!” day at NG headquarters in late September.  The senior editor’s article is accompanied by copious artwork and illustrations.  A smiling ape-face squeals, “Found: Earliest Child – 3.3-million-year old bones discovered,” and inside, the 120-point bold all-caps title reads, “Meet the Dikika baby: a three-year-old from the dawn of humanity.  Her discovery holds clues to the origin of childhood.”  Despite the ongoing controversy over the meaning of this skeleton, the article confidently ends, “The Dikika baby”s biography is short, but the evolutionary steps she embodied have had profound and enduring effects.  Although bipedalism and big brains carried a high cost, particularly for the mothers of our lineage, these traits ultimately combined to produce smarter babies who would eventually be able to master technologies, build civilizations, and, yes, explore their own origins.”    Incidentally, the original Lucy fossil is going on tour in America, according to Associated Press.  The tour is generating controversy.In case you didn’t notice, National Geographic’s understanding of Darwinism and the many philosophical and evidential arguments against it is not much above a high school freshman level.  There are so many problems in their presentation, and so much pure propaganda the way it is presented, the editors ought to be ashamed of themselves.  For instance, they still appeal to Haeckel’s embryo argument—not with Haeckel’s original forged drawings, but with newer ones that do not look at all alike.  But the caption says, “The early embryos of three different vertebrates—a fish, a chicken, and a human—look much the same.”  Any reader is going to look at the drawings and say, “Huh?”    Where have the editors been?  Don’t they read the literature against Darwinism?  Don’t they know how to deal at a more scholarly level with problems that even biologists inside the Darwin Party acknowledge?  In their simplistic minds, Hox genes under natural selection can create anything and everything, even “Masterworks” of engineering.  They chide creationists for finding it “hard to accept” the evolution of complex structures.  This is classic question begging.  Who says it’s right to accept a flawed theory, full of holes and wishful thinking with the whitewash of artwork substituting for the brick and mortar of evidence?    You may have noticed the similarity of Carl Zimmer’s title “A fin is a limb is a wing” with the statement by Ingrid Newkirk of PETA (see source), “a rat is a pig is a dog is a boy.”  No they aren’t, and no he isn’t.  Notice how word choice is operative in the propaganda both PETA and NG employ: a human boy is a rat when they want to dispose of a fetus, but an extinct ape’s juvenile offspring is a “baby” when they want to promulgate evolutionary philosophy.  Connect the dots between the philosophies of both of these dehumanizing, desensitizing philosophies.  If you get a picture you don’t like, it’s time to write more letters to the editor.    Dr. Brad Harrub has investigated the “Lucy’s Baby” evidence on Apologetics Press.(Visited 25 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more