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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 15, 2002 14:16:04 UTC

My quote: "Seymouria, a commonly touted intermediate between amphibians and reptiles. But this creature is dated (by evolutionary dating methods) at 280 million years ago, about 30 million years younger than the earliest true reptiles Hylonomus and Paleothyris. Also, it was probably completely amphibian in its reproduction - the jump from amphibian to reptile eggs requires the development of a number of new structures and a change in biochemistry."

You: "If you are a 'young earth creationist' you cannot talk about millions of years and maintain credibility."

Why not? I'm simply saying that according to YOUR
(evolutionist. You do believe in evolution, don't you?) dating, the seymoria could not be a transitional form. That is because it is younger than what it is supposed to be evolving into! So either your dating methods are way off (which they are) or this fossil is not a link (which it isn't). KC2GWX 73's

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