Today, in your town, the children are being taught that the horse is proof for Evolution. The erroneous evidence presented will be because the horse supposedly used to have four toes.
Is that true?
Did the horse originally have four toes?
As we will discover, this is just one of many fallacies associated with the Eohippus Equus Series.
According to the textbooks, the Eohippis was the size of a fox, was a meat eater and had 18 pairs of ribs. What they fail to mention is that the next horse had 15 ribs, then 19 ribs then back to 18. This is clearly not the same animal evolving.
Problems with Horse Evolution:
1. Made up by Othniel C. Marsh in 1874 from fossils scattered across the world, not from the same location.
2. Modern horses are found in layers with and lower than “ancient horses”.
3. The “ancient horse” (hyracotherium) is not a horse but is just like the hyrax still alive in Turkey and East Africa today!
4. Ribs, toes and teeth are different.
5. South American fossils go from 1 toed to 3 toed (reverse order)
6. Never found in the order presented.
7. 3 toed and 1 toed horses grazed side by side.
Therefore, we know scientifically that the horse did not evolve from a four toed ancestor. Why is this still peddled as truth in museums and textbooks around the world?
“Many examples commonly cited, such as the evolution of the horse family or of the sabertooth ‘tigers’ can be readily shown to have been unintentionally falsified and not to be really orthogenetic.” (George G. Sympson, “Evolutionary Determinism and the Fossil Record”. Scientific Monthly, Vol. 71 October 1950, p. 264).