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Marsupial Migration:

Noah's Ark Via Alien Abduction

Toward the end of the dinosaurs' long reign, there lived a marsupial whose name was Glasbius. 20 specimens have been found among the Lancian rocks of North America,[1] dating to the range of 67-65 million years ago. Glasbius disappeared from North America 65 million years ago, along with the dinosaurs.

However, immediately after the extinction, some close relatives of Glasbius appeared in South America. These relatives were so similar to Glasbius that they are classified together in the same family – that is Caroloameghiniidae, or super-family Caroloameghinioidea.[2] [3] [4] Glasbius may be a close cousin of its South American relatives.[5] Glasbius and the South American Carolameghiniidae are similar enough that an evolutionary relationship would normally be presumed.

Yet nothing like Glasbius or the Caroloameghiniidae existed in South America before the dinosaurs went extinct. Their debut in South America occurs in the Tiupampa fossil beds of Bolivia.[6] The Tiupampa is the early Paleocene, immediately after the dinosaurs, and immediately after Glasbius went extinct from North America. A couple of other close kin of Glasbius are also known from the Paleocene of South America.[7] Hence, before the dinosaurs went extinct, the Caroloameghiniidae are known only from North America; yet after the dinosaurs went extinct, they are known only from South America.

It's as if the whole lineage migrated from North America to South America. The problem is, Central America had not yet formed at that time. A wide ocean separated North America from South America. There was no Panama land bridge between the two as there is today. Thus, it is difficult to explain why or how these animals relocated from North America to South America. Particularly, why would such a relocation just happen to coincide with the extinction of the dinosaurs?

One explanation could be that extraterrestrial and/or

supernatural

intervention

saved

the

Caroloameghiniidae.

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Noah's Ark Via Alien Abduction" Page 2 of 6 Ancient Christian texts say that angels abducted

Ancient Christian texts say that angels abducted humans and animals to have relations with them.

Perhaps the gods saw fit to save this creature from the cataclysm that killed the dinosaurs, and so they protected a few of them and transplanted them to South America. Much like Noah saving a few animals before the Flood, it appears that some benevolent god loaded these creatures onto some kind of boat or craft and saved them from destruction.

But why would the gods rescue the Caroloameghiniidae and not rescue other species? One plausible answer might be that the gods saw evolutionary potential in the Caroloameghiniidae, because they were somewhat like primates.[8] As such, they had the potential to evolve along the same lines as apes and eventually humans. As it turned out, the true primates beat them to the punch, and so the rescue mission was an exercise in futility. None the less, it was a reasonable gamble for the gods to take given the evolutionary odds of developing an intelligent creature.

Another genus within the family is Chulpasia, which is similar to Thylacotinga from Australia.[9] If all these belong to the same lineage, as their similarity suggests, it would mean, perhaps, that the Caroloameghiniidae were also airlifted to the distant continent of Australia; however, it is currently believed that such migrations to Australia occurred over a land bridge via Antarctica, as Antarctica was warmer then.

The Pediomyidae were another family of marsupial mammals, which seem to have disappeared from North America along with the dinosaurs, but then inexplicably reappeared in South America immediately after the dinosaurs became extinct. The Pediomyidae were found in South America in the Laguna Umayo Formation,[10] which was at first thought to be Cretaceous in age, but was later demonstrated to be early Paleocene.[11] One can clearly see that the Pediomyidae suffered complete extinction from North America at the same time the dinosaurs suffered extinction, for nearly 100 fossilized specimens have been found in North America from the time immediately before the end of the dinosaurs, but none have been found after the end of the dinosaurs.[12] Only in South America did they reappear. Nor is this because more advanced animals replaced these marsupials, for the early Paleocene fauna of North America consists largely of primitive marsupials and multituberculates, which were common on both sides of the extinction event – not being replaced by advanced mammals until the Eocene.

The mainstream explanation is as follows: These marsupials evolved first on North America, then migrated to South America over an elusive land bridge,[13] which

allegedly rose and fell multiple times.[14]

Then, some of

them moved from South America to Antarctica over another elusive land bridge, where they thrived because the earth was

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warmer back then. Finally, they arrived in Australia, because Australia at that time was still connected to Antarctica. That's the naturalistic explanation for how marsupials got to South America and Australia. But why did these migrations just happen to coincide with the extinctions of the same lineages from North America? Moreover, if there was a landbridge, then why didn't more species cross it? For the most part, North American and South American fauna were different – Caroloameghiniidae and Pediomyidae are the exception, not the rule.

A genus of possum-like creatures called Peradectes lived in North America in the Paleocene and Eocene periods, after the dinosaurs went extinct.[15] Some apparently migrated to Europe over the Greenland-Norway land bridge about 50 million years ago, for they are found in the Messel Pits of Germany. At that time, the expanding Atlantic Ocean had not yet completely separated Greenland from Europe.

What is more difficult to explain is how this ancient possum got to South America. It is known that at least one of these possums existed in South America about 63-65 million years ago, for a specimen was found in the Tiupampan strata of Peru.[16] But there was no land bridge to South America at that time, so there was really no way this possum could have migrated to South America via dry land. Lofgren et al suggested that the fossil record indicates two migrations from North America to South America during the Paleocene, the first one in the late Puercan or early Torrejonian (63 million years ago), and another in the late Tiffanian (57 million years

ago).[17]

It cannot be explained by convergent evolution on both continents, as the mammals of South America immediately preceding them in the late Cretaceous were of an entirely different structure.[18] As in Europe, the mammals of South America suffered mass annihilation in the dinosaur extinction – to a greater degree than did the mammals of North America and Asia. After the extinction, new mammal populations were imported into Europe and South America from North America, and to a lesser extent from Asia.[19] There is really no chance this same type of possum could have evolved by coincidence in two separate places. This is because duplicate evolutionary events generally do not happen in the fossil record at the level of genus and family.

There is some question whether the Peruvian specimen should be assigned to the genus Alphadon, which is a close relative of Peradectes. Alphadon existed in North America during the Campanian and Maastrichtian times of the late Cretaceous, over the period of 84-65 million years ago. Not that it matters, since there was no more a land bridge to South America for Alphadon than there was for Peradectes.

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The creationist narrative in Genesis 1 is contradicted by many ancient Christian texts. Instead of an Almighty Creator God, ancient Christian texts espouse that the universe is born from blind arrogance and stupidity. The angels caused evolution to occur from species to species. There are many gods, (or aliens?), and the Christian God is just one among them. Satan the Devil writes scripture, and thus the Bible was polluted with Genesis 1. Archaeology and modern scholarship demonstrate that Genesis is indeed corrupted. Cavemen walk with Adam and Eve. Esoteric prophecies reveal the coming of Christ, and also reveal the dark forces that govern the cosmos. Such are the ancient Christian writings.

Science vindicates the truth of these ideas. Evolution often happens too fast for Darwin’s theory. Gaps in the fossil record indicate that some kind of unnatural force acts together with natural selection. Astrobiology reveals that intelligent life probably evolved long before us. The fossil record reveals strange clues that aliens abducted species and transported them across oceans, and that DNA from diverse lineages was combined to spawn hybrid species. Evidently, aliens influence evolution, and they are the gods of the world’s religions.

This is not fiction. All these facts are thoroughly documented in the links above.

[1] The Paleobiology Database, www.paleodb.org. Search Parameter: Taxon "Glasbius," data were downloaded Sep 13, 2008

[2] Marshall, L G; de Muizon, C. The Dawn of the Age of Mammals in South America. 1988, National Geographic Research 4, p 23-55

[3] Jehle, Martin. Paleocene Mammals of the World, www.paleocene-mammals.de/pal1.htm, data were downloaded Dec 2007; Ameghino 1901

[4] Marshall, L G; de Muizon, C. The Dawn of the Age of Mammals in South America. 1988, National Geographic Research 4, p 23-55

[5] Goin, Francisco; Candela, Adriana M; de Muizon, Christian. The Affinities of Roberthoffstetteria Nationalgeographica (Marsupilia) and the Origin of the Polydolopine Molar Pattern. 2003, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23(4), p 869-876

[6] De Muizon, Christian; Cifelli, Richard L. A New Basal "Didelphoid" (Marsupialia, Mammalia)

from the Early Paleocene of Tiupampa (Bolivia). 2001, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 21(1), p 87-

97

[7] Jehle, Martin. Paleocene Mammals of the World, www.paleocene-mammals.de/pal1.htm, data were downloaded Dec 2007

[8] Goin, F J. A Review of the Caroloameghiniidae, Paleogene South American "Primate-Like" Marsupials (?Didelphimorphia, Peradectoidea). 2006, E Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Palaeontographica Abteilung A 278(1), p 57-67

[9] Sige, B; Archer, M; Godthelp, H; Hand, S; Crochet, J Y. Peruvian-Australian Paleogene Mammal Connection. 1995, Fifth Conference on Australian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics

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[10] Sige, B. La Faunule des Mammiferes du Cretace Superieur de Laguna Umayo (Andes Peruviennes). 1972, Bulletin du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, 3e ser, Sciences de la Terre 99, p 375-405

[11] Crochet, J Y. Donnees Nouvelles Sur L'Histoire Paleogeographique des Didelphidae (Marsupialia). 1979, Compt Rend Academy of Science Paris, Ser D 288, p 1457-1460

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[12] The Paleobiology Database, www.paleodb.org. Search Parameter: Taxon "Pediomyidae," data were downloaded Sep 20, 2008

[13] Simpson, G G. Early Mammals in South America: Fact, Controversy, and Mystery. 1978, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 122, p 318-328

[14] De Muizon, Christian; Cifelli, Richard L. A New Basal "Didelphoid" (Marsupialia, Mammalia)

from the Early Paleocene of Tiupampa (Bolivia). 2001, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 21(1), p 87-

97

[15] The Paleobiology Database, www.paleodb.org. Search Parameter: Taxon "Peradectes," data were downloaded Oct 6, 2008

[16] Marshall, L G; de Muizon, C. The Dawn of the Age of Mammals in South America. 1988, National Geographic Research 4, p 23-55; see also Jehle, Martin. Paleocene Mammals of the World, www.paleocene-mammals.de/

[17] Lofgren, Donald L; Lillegraven, Jason A; Clemens, William A; Gingerich, Philip D; Williamson, Thomas E. Paleocene Biochronology: The Puercan Through Clarkforkian Land Mammal Ages. Compiled and edited in Woodburne, Michael O. Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic Mammals of North America: Biostratigraphy and Geochronology. 2004, Columbia University Press, New York, NY, p 95

[18] Lofgren, Donald L; et al. ibid, p 92

[19] Lofgren, Donald L; et al. ibid, p 88, 90, 92

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