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February 2018



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Project Pterosaur
By Dr. Richard Paley & Fellowship University Theobiology Department Staff
About Project Pterosaur
Mission Statement

The goal of Project Pterosaur is to mount an expedition to locate and
bring back to the United States living specimens of pterosaurs or their
fertile eggs, which will be displayed in a Pterosaur Rookery that will be
the center piece of the planned Fellowship Creation Science Museum and
Research Institute (FCSMRI). Furthermore, the rookery facility will
establish a breeding colony of pterosaurs in order to produce specimens
that could then be put on display by other regional institutions or church

By doing all this, we hope to accomplish three goals:

Support Creation Theory by showing the incorrectness of the philosophy
of Evolutionism.
Educate the population about Creation Science.
Create excitement about Creation and the Bible in the public.

I (Dr. Paley) am the founder and Chief Officer of the project. I will also
be leading the expedition and acting as Science Liaison to the public.
Funding is being provided by Fellowship University, the Fairlight
Institute, and donations from wealthy Christian businessmen who wish to
remain anonymous at this time.

Why Look For Living Pterosaurs?

Evolutionists have engaged in a propaganda campaign to trick the public
into falsely believing that the Earth is billions of years old and that
many animals which lived side-by-side with Adam and Eve in the Garden of
Eden actually died millions of years before humans were created (or
"evolved" in their twisted view.) By finding and displaying living
examples of what the Evolutionists claim is impossible, we will sow the
seeds of Evolutionism doubt, thereby making the public receptive to the
truth of the Bible.

While there are other extant creatures which Evolutionists claim have gone
extinct long before man, they are not as ideal for our purposes as
pterosaurs. Some of the alternatives are:

Apatosaurs: Still live in the jungles of the Congo. They are too large
for our planned facilities (and especially for those of the church groups
who would wish to borrow them) and breeding would be difficult given their
presumably longer life cycle.
Plesiosaurs: Are reported living in many lakes and their carcasses
have been found in the oceans by fishermen. However, they are notoriously
difficult to find alive and would require a large and expensive aquatic
facility to display them.
Trilobites: We know they still live in the oceanic depths from body
parts that have been found washed ashore. They would require very
expensive submersible vehicles and pressurized display tanks.
Velociraptors: Today terrorize the goat herders of Puerto Rico and are
rumored to guard the remains of the Ark on Mt. Ararat. They have become
vicious since the Fall as the result of the effects of genetic entropy,
making them too dangerous for the sort of interactive public experience we
have in mind.

In comparison, pterosaurs are a blessing from the Lord: Many reported
living species are of reasonable size, making housing and care affordable;
although they've become carnivorous, they should be as trainable as the
birds of prey commonly allowed to interact with zoo visitors during bird
shows; their life cycle appears to be relatively short, making it easier
to establish a productive breeding program; and finally, historical and
modern reports of pterosaurs are much more common than any of the other
Evolutionistically anomalous cryptids, suggesting that large populations
are waiting to be revealed to our increasingly unbelieving world.

Much more at the link.


Sorry about that - I do pedantic.
Well, sethrenn can show their trilobite collection...