Rush Limbaugh doesn't believe in evolution:
Like the guy at Little Green Footballs, I've wondered if Limbaugh ever staked out a position on evolution. We know Limbaugh is dismissive of global warming claims, but he's generally been cagey on other science topics. But now the LGF dude caught
this by Limbaugh: (emp add)
Drudge had as a lead item up there this morning on his page a story from the UK, Sky News:
"Scientists Unveil Missing Link In Evolution." It's all about how Darwin would be thrilled to be alive today.
"Scientists have unveiled a 47-million-year-old fossilised skeleton of a monkey hailed as the missing link in human evolution." It's a one-foot, nine-inch-tall monkey, and it's a lemur monkey described as the eighth wonder of the world.
"The search for a direct connection between humans and the rest of the animal kingdom has taken 200 years - but it was presented to the world today --" So I guess this is settled science. We now officially came from a monkey, 47 million years ago.
Well, that's how it's being presented here. It's settled science. You know, this is all BS, as far as I'm concerned. Cross species evolution, I don't think anybody's ever proven that. They're going out of their way now to establish evolution as a mechanism for creation, which, of course, you can't do ...
This is a good data point to remember.
It's still a mystery what Rush evolved from. Let's see, what are some of the humongous mammals of yesteryear?