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Yet More Evidence of the Worldwide Flood of Noah and That Life on Earth is Not ‘Billions and Billions of Years Old’

“Living fossil” shrimp, living for thousands of years  in the middle high above dry desert land.  Clearly the shrimp, the “living fossil shrimp”, which are sea animals, did not evolve to live in the middle of the desert any more than the Sonoran fish did. Obviously, they were deposited their by the Flood of Noah, by God’s hand and breath. Or is there some evolutionist who would like to argue, “Well hundreds of thousands of years ago the deserts used to be oceans, and I was there too see that as it slowly dried up, only two types of little shrimp and one kind of fish were able to evolve to live in the desert, out of billions of other sea animals, and that’s because, well because of randomness.” Not “Well” at all. Randomness did not do it, and if two oceans dried up and or moved away slowly over hundreds of thousands of years, then obviously, if macro-evolution were true, many more other types and kinds of animals should have evolved to live in desert land. There is no reason why two types  of little shrimp and one type of little fish should be the only, or among the very few sea animals, or even fresh water lake animals, to survive in the desert, and not other animals.

On top of that, to think that over hundreds of thousands of years, that no men would destroyed the tiny habitat of these few animals, or storms, is absurd.

Obviously, macro-evolution is a myth, and the reason so few sea animals were able  animals were able to survive, is because God gave limited adaptability to the kinds of creatures he made. He didn’t design them to turn into other animals or to be able to magically produce new genetic information or organs or other features from nowhere that would allow them adapt to any non-sudden situation.

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