It is two and a half months since the tetrapod tracks found in Poland have upturned the neat fish-to-tetrapod transition that has been so popular for promoting evolution. This morning, there was still no word on the Wikipedia entry for Panderichthys so I added the following to “Include tetrapod tracks found in Poland and implications”.
No mention on the Wikipedia entry for Panderichthys about the tetrapod footprints found in Poland that predate it by at least 15 million years (in the evolutionary paradigm, of course). Wiki currently says:
The evolution from fish to land dwelling tetrapods required many changes in anatomy and physiology, most importantly the legs and their supporting structure, [...]
I wondered here how long it would take for Wikipedia to to be edited to incorporate the latest find of tetrapod footprints in Poland, which have consigned fossils like Tiktaalik to an evolutionary dead end—fossils that have been paraded as evidence for the evolutionary fish-to-tetrapod transion.
Well, on 22 January 2010: I edited the Wikipedia entry [...]
Wikipedia usually responds quickly to new information. When one of the Apostles, the limestone stacks in the ocean off southern Australia, collapsed a few years ago someone updated the Wiki entry within hours. However, there seems to be an eerie silence on Tiktaalik.
Richard Dawkins describes Tik-tik in his his latest book, The Greatest [...]