Flowering plants pushed back by a mere 100 million years?
|October 2, 2013||Posted by News under News, Plants|
May your overdue charge card balance be so lucky. And how often do plants create news?
You’ve heard of ET. How about ETT = “earlier than thought.”
The less time there is for Darwinian evolution, the less likely it happened in that way. The way that, thanks to the Darwin lobby, US courts have legislated must be taught to students (which makes the Texas school board hearings hilarious, as Darwin’s followers try to legally prevent people from discovering facts).
Anyway, this just in:
Flowering plants may have originated more than 100 million years earlier than previously thought, according to scientists in Switzerland and Germany.
Hey, they’re playin’ our song.
The previously oldest known flowering plant-like pollen dates from the Early Cretaceous period.
But the team described six types of fossil pollen grains from older Middle Triassic core samples that closely resemble these earliest examples.
Happens all the time. Get used to it. It’ll get worse.
Evolution isn’t what your Darwinprof thought.