World's earliest jellyfish fossils, 505M years old, found in W. Utah

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  • Flippster
    Nov. 12, 2007 11:49 a.m.

    The fact that there are now more jelly fish fossils being found, is even more evidence for a 6000 year old planet. Because it widens that gap from single cells, to more complex creatures like jelly fish. This has evolutionists scrathing their heads. Where are all of those intermediate fossils between single cells and jelly fish? According to the Cambrian explosion there should be millions of fossils, there has yet to be found just one. Evolutionists state that the reason that they have found no intermediate fossils, is that because the fragile bodies did not preserve well. Hmmmm, how come they have now found thousands of jelly fish fossils? Type in Jelly Fish Fossils and do a search for yourself, you can buy these so called extreme rarities on ebay for 10 bucks. I have 22 photos saved from ebay alone. The more jelly fish fossils that are found, the more evidence there is against evolution, because they can't fill the gap. Even Darwin stated himself that they must fill in the gaps for his theory to be correct. They have not yet filled in one major gap in over 150 years. But lets start at the beginning first ok.

  • cassie
    Nov. 5, 2007 6:31 p.m.

    this is soooooo cool, I've heard that these fossils are very rare, even to see one is in a life time experence of it's slef! cuse the body of the jellyfish is soft and can be broken down very easly when decaying, what I thik is the best is that I live by where it was discoved! I'm inspired once again to go forth into Peliontology!

  • robin hood
    Nov. 2, 2007 8:53 a.m.

    hooray for jellyfish! i never knew they could be that old! this is incredible. utah is a special place.

  • Fawn
    Nov. 1, 2007 5:04 p.m.

    Thats SO freakin sweet!

  • Judy in Texas
    Nov. 1, 2007 4:41 p.m.

    What a marvelous discovery.
    The photo gives a sense of the delicacy of this primitive form of jellyfish.
    Apparently jellyfish are among the first and most primitive organisms which appeared in the oceans.
    Now, how will the Creationists, with their 6000+-year old cap on the date of creation explain this one?

  • soakblue
    Nov. 1, 2007 3:52 p.m.