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  Tracking Ancient Man - Cambrian Period   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Coelecanth: This species of fish was assumed extinct 65 million years ago during the cretaceous period, about the same time the dinosaurs are assumed to have become extinct.
The earliest Coelecanth fossil is dated 375 million years ago during the devonian period and was assumed by evolutionists to be the missing link between fish and amphibians.
In 1938 a Coelecanth was caught off the coast of Africa and is found to be identical as those in the fossil record.
www.bennerwc.com /ancientman/07_cretaceous.html   (186 words)

 Creationism vs. Evolution
It was taught for many years that a strang fishh fossil, the coelecanth, showed that this creature's front fins were turning into legs.
In 1938 someone found a living coelecanth off the coast of Africa, and it was just like the fossil- front fins and all.
Back when the great race to the moon was going on, evolutionists(believing the earth and the moon were a couple billion years old) deducted that the moon had a couple of feet of dust on it collected over the few billion years.
www.network54.com /Forum/message?forumid=32238&messageid=1063041026   (282 words)

 Heckler Magazine - Skate, Snowboard, Music, Ramp Plans
Later, when scientists examined this bizarre catch, they confirmed that it was, to the shock of the world, a fish called a Coelecanth, a prehistoric remnant that had, up until then, been considered extinct for millions of years.
Today, in the waters near Madagascar, the Coelecanth is thriving once more, eons after its alleged disappearance from the face of the earth.
Like the humble Coelecanth, some skateboard tricks disappear only to be re-discovered in a later age by new explorers.
www.heckler.com /articles/heckler_41/html/coelecanth.html   (1294 words)

 The Wages of Din are Deaf
The LUC and I hiked the Skyline Trail in Jasper National Park over the weekend.
To those of you who come here so faithfully (all three of you) I will be writting more soon.
I was just skimming a book on Jackson Pollack and it re-awakened my desire to be on the cutting edge.
aredeaf.blogspot.com   (2601 words)

 philip sherburne: Black Earth
Despite the death metal overtones of the artist and title, it's actually a slow, mournful assemblage of bowed standup bass, death-march jazz drumming, and keyboard melodies that bubble up from underwater depths where no light reaches.
It is coelecanth slow and chillingly wise, killingly lonely music.
There is tenor saxophone, which is something is something I usually do not suffer, but it works (it sounds, perhaps, like the saxophone that must play in one of Murakami's characters bars, noirish but strangely without affect).
phs.abstractdynamics.org /archives/002058.html   (180 words)

Everyone chipped in with tidy defence as last year's finalists were simply out-classed for most of the first half.
Even with an impressive looking new recruit, Coelecanth struggled to beat the full court press applied by guards Kaz and Mo as the MGA forced turnovers leading to more scoring opportunities.
Mo continued his hot streak over into this game with a fancy pass to Johnny for a sweet little two and then was on the end of a nice dish from David for a lay-up of his own.
www.angelfire.com /sports/MGA/gg3.html   (484 words)

 SEA MONSTERS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
It would be hard to find them due to the murkiness of the water and they could easily blend into the bottom even with the use of sonar.
The Coelecanth was from the same era and only in recent decades has living members been found swimming off the coast of Africa.
It is a strange fish that has retained its ancient form including the beginnings of legs (forerunners to life on land).
www.angelfire.com /ex2/alien_technology/SEAMONSTERS.html   (705 words)

 Coelecanth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
I knew the Pterodactyl story was hogwash, but I was interested in why it was perpetrated, thanks for the answers.
I have another layman's question for you; The Coelecanth was recently featured in National Geographic (2 or 3 years ago).
At the time of the article, they were already a very small population, does anyone know if they are still being fished and has any research been done recently on this ancient fish?
dml.cmnh.org /1994Jun/msg00007.html   (158 words)

 Coelecanth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Here is some additional information on the Coelecanth.
It is a member of the lobe-finned species of fish that evolved into the first amphibians about 400 million years ago.
To me, this makes its survival seem all the more amazing and important in maintaining it.
dml.cmnh.org /1994Jun/msg00026.html   (45 words)

 Forbes.com: Lexicon's Quest For A New Blockbuster   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Sands' solution: He went out and bought some chemists, in the form of Princeton, N.J.-based Coelecanth, a company founded in 1996 by K.
Barry Sharpless, one of this year's Nobel Laureates in chemistry, and run by Alan J. Main, who once ran research for Novartis (nyse: NVS - news - people).
Drug-like chemicals are broken down into 2,000 building blocks and classified according to what kind of proteins similar drugs have glommed onto in the past.
www.forbes.com /2001/11/15/1115lexg.html   (804 words)

 X-COM Saga 2: Aspect Four
As soon as she'd hit the release button on the hatch, the large Coelecanth next to her rolled out and quickly scanned a large semicircle of space just outside the Triton.
Tank, scout the perimeter." The Coelecanth obediently rolled forward, sweeping its gauss turret from left to right as it surveyed the unsecured perimeter for hostiles.
Nobody'd been killed, as far as she was aware, so there should have been ten small markers representing the troops and one big one for the Coelecanth.
dynamic.gamespy.com /~xcom/lit-mann4.htm   (3714 words)

 World Class Wire Sculpture by Elizabeth Berrien - Fishes
Coelecanth Impossible movement, but one of the artist's all-time favorites.
"In 1977 I created this Coelecanth, twisting it scale by scale to instill that glorious curve of movement.
Even though my later Coelecanths are more correct, I love the magic of my "fantasy Coelecanth".
www.wirelady.com /berrienwirefishpage.html   (250 words)

At 12:57 PM, January 06, 2005, Coelecanth said...
At 12:58 PM, January 06, 2005, Coelecanth said...
At 12:59 PM, January 06, 2005, Coelecanth said...
myurbankvetch.blogspot.com /2005/01/who-are-people-in-my-neighborhood.html   (1242 words)

 Examining the Fossil Record
The Coelecanth is a very strange-looking fish which many paleontologists thought — based on the fossil record — was an extinct creature midway between fish and amphibians, which died out 200 million years ago.
The Coelecanth was thought to be a fossil midway between fish and frog until a French scientist bought one in the marketplace in Zanzibar, off the coast of East Africa.
He took it home and found that not only is it not extinct, but it's just a funny-looking fish.
www.catholiceducation.org /articles/science/sc0042.html   (2265 words)

 Cryptozoology FAQ
As far as I know, the last time a Coelecanth was caught was off the coast of Tanzania on September 18th, 2003.
A coelecanth is a species of fish thought to be extinct for about 35,000,000 years.
Eventually a dive recorded the species on film in their native habitat, at an average depth of 300', where the fish used their lobed fins not to crawl out of the water and become amphibians but to propel themselves along the bottom as they have been doing for more than 100,000,000 years.
www.answerbag.com /c_view.php/1624   (5549 words)

 Ancient Creature of the Deep  Video for sale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
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An odd-looking and presumably extinct sea creature, the coelecanth, was discovered alive off the coast of Africa in 1938.
Since then, other coelecanths have been discovered, and this program examines the creature that is called the 'missing link' between water and land animals.
www.1stvideo.com /data/Product_ID/1119919/PRelRefNum/1/TAN/4/Detail.html   (271 words)

 The Wages of Din are Deaf: June 2004
It was a serendipitous sorta evening, rehearsal was canceled.
I set up the digital recorder last night and tried to do some vocals.
We didn't record anything as I forgot one of the mics.
aredeaf.blogspot.com /2004_06_01_aredeaf_archive.html   (3716 words)

 MYSTERIOUS WORLD: Spring 2002: Mysterious Sea Serpents Part I: The Loch Ness Monster   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Newly discovered species of undersea life, such as the "Megamouth" shark, as well as older species previously thought to be extinct, such as the Coelecanth, are constantly being caught and categorized as man's curiosity and technology take him ever deeper into new zones of animal life beneath the waves.
Though to date no concrete proof has been found of the modern existence of these creatures, much time and effort has been — and continues to be — spent in search of them.
The fact that they existed in the past, coupled with the survival of such species of ancient fish such as the coelecanth, fill would-be "monster hunters" with the hope that they might someday be given the honor of having discovered — or rediscovered — a living, breathing sea serpent.
www.mysteriousworld.com /Journal/2002/Spring/SeaSerpents   (4193 words)

 Living fossils
Whitcomb and Morris cite several of these cases such as Metasequoia, Coelecanth, Tuatara and Lepidocaris.
We will examine these cases as well as some of the other claimed living fossils such as the horseshoe crab, the Port Jackson shark, Osmundas and Ligula.
The coelecanth was dredged up in 1938 in the Indian Ocean.
home.entouch.net /dmd/livfos.htm   (1625 words)

 Legends of Macaria -> Ubberellic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
He tends to adapt to how people treat him, perhaps in an unconscious echo of his physical nature, trusting his allies ever more over time, steeling his enmity against those who wrong him, and hardening rapidly in the face of betrayal.
Doubtless rumours of my kind may be somewhat more common in the coming months.
Hope you find a thread that is moving, but in the mean time, I invite you to visit my shop in Hayashi....
kayin.pyoko.org /macaria/forums/index.php?showtopic=526   (999 words)

At 2:26 PM, November 26, 2004, Coelecanth said...
At 6:33 PM, November 26, 2004, Coelecanth said...
Hey, that's not anonymous that's me Coelecanth the elder.
myurbankvetch.blogspot.com /2004/11/portman-looking-outside-tribe.html   (944 words)

 Great Sea Monsters!
Then in 1938 this nice little charade was spoiled by a fisherman who pulled up a dead coelecanth of the southeastern coast of Africa.
It was about 20 years before the phonies began to admit that the coelecanth was not a 70 million year old creature, but was, in fact, a creature still very much alive, and prospering, in the waters near Madagascar and the Comoro Islands.
To date there have been about 200 of these strange looking fish caught by fishermen, and some have been very much alive.
fellowshipinhislove.com /seamonsters.html   (895 words)

 Plumbing the Depths
And now a hundred-meter coelecanth is swimming the ocean
Her passenger was list'ning to the broadcast news reporting
Of coelecanths, and squids, and the recording industry
www3.sympatico.ca /jpolowin/filkstuf/depths.htm   (482 words)

 Dinosaurs and the Bible
For over a century it was stated as fact by evolutionists that a fish, known as the coelecanth, had been extinct for about 60 million years.
Then in the 1930's it was noticed that these "extinct" fish were being caught in the Indian Ocean.
Take a look at my summary page: Evolution is impossible
www.geocities.com /TheTropics/Shores/1951/dinosaurs.htm   (594 words)

 http://www   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
If your brain did this all the time, you would punish it.
posted by coelecanth at 11:04 PM PST on April 17
I also think brains actually work like that all the time, coelecanth.
www.hodder.org /weblogs.htm   (1689 words)

 The Straight Dope: How come we can't come up with a way to cure viruses? Plus: what's this "coelecanth" they ...
The Straight Dope: How come we can't come up with a way to cure viruses?
Plus: what's this "coelecanth" they talk about in the VW commercial?
Last night I scared the bejesus out of myself reading about the Spanish flu epidemic of 1917, hantavirus, and the Ebola virus.
www.straightdope.com /columns/000204.html   (828 words)

 How Natural Reading Happens - A to Z Home's Cool Homeschooling Reading - 8/25/03
We were excited right along with him until he went to first grade and started bringing home phonics worksheets to do each night.
When a child is spending hours at home perusing the encyclopedia and reading words like hydrogen or Coelecanth, going to school and learning about Mr.
M who likes Muffins and Milk is well, boring.
homeschooling.gomilpitas.com /articles/030825.htm   (1275 words)

 The 11th Hour Web Magazine - TV Reviews - Freakylinks
So, who really needs plot when you've got Ethan Embry and Karim Prince wearing muscle shirts, right?
Suffice it to say, there were several things to like about "Subject: Coelecanth This!", basically in the form of Ethan Embry's left arm, Ethan Embry's right arm, the very presence of Karim Prince...
Normally, I would deem such elements as rather distracting to the series' storyline.
www.the11thhour.com /archives/112000/tvreviews/freakylinks_coelecanth.html   (602 words)

 Munuviana: Comment on Incoming!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Well, Tuning Spork *did* say he loved a challenge!
(I was looking for bloggers with "coelecanth" in their name just so I could watch him turn fifteen shades of purple, then explode, like the opera singer in that Bugs Bunny cartoon.)
Posted by Tuning Spork at September 11, 2003 03:13 AM
blog.mu.nu /cgi/splorp.cgi?entry_id=1627   (107 words)

 Internet References
However, it does demonstrate that there are big gaps in the fossil record.
A modern plesiosaur would not upset the theory of evolution any more than other "living fossils" have (coelecanth, tuatara, crocodile).
I first heard the Zuiyo-maru plesiosaur claim from creationist Ken Ham in 2000, in a videotape series by Answers in Genesis (I could not find a date when the videos were made).
www.theistic-evolution.com /references.html   (15472 words)

 Details of: Settlers Hill Cottages (South Africa Eastern Cape Grahamstown)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
These Portfolio listed charming, individual, Settler cottages have an old fashioned feel to them.
We are near to many attractions such as the Camera Obscura, Coelecanth, Artificers Square, Settlers Monument, Witchdoctor shop, museum of African Musical Instruments.
Choose ADDO, KARIEGA, or SHAMWARI Game Reserves for a day visit.
cityindex.com /detailstravel/1072536840.html   (109 words)

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