Interesting Items in the News

In 2019, the discovery of giant fossilized penguin bones in New Zealand made international news. The largest penguin alive today, the Emperor Penguin, stands about 3 feet tall. The new species, named Crossvallia waiparensis, stood over 5 feet tall and weighed about 180 pounds! To the right is a picture of an Emperor Penguin leg bone compared to the same bone discovered in New Zealand. For more, see the Genesis Park’s Larger Organisms in the Past page.

Synthetic chemist James Tour made headlines when his team designed and built a nano car. This molecular machine actually could drive across a gold surface when heat or electromagnetic impulse was applied. Now Tour is making news by his promotion of intelligent design as the only possible explanation for the bio-molecular machines that are in even the simplest cells. How could protein machines assemble by accident? How could all the components needed for the simplest imaginable self-replicating cell come together. Check out Tour’s presentation on “The Mystery of the Origin of Life!”

Recently Added to the Park

The Genesis Park website recently underwent a major renovation. We have implemented a mobile version of the website. This means that visitors accessing the website via an Android or iOS device will see a different home page, menu experience, and page format. Numbers of Mobile Guests to the website has now exceeded those accessing via traditional desktop. This allows us to have a fresh look and cleaner, more accessible interface for those visitors.

Some new dragon depictions have been added to the page Ancient Dinosaurian Depictions.  These include another artistic rendition of St. George slaying the dragon by a Belgian artist. The dragon has a remarkably long, slender neck that make it look like a juvenile Diplodocus. Also, the story of St. Margaret & the Dragon was added to that same web page with a Medieval depiction that looks quite dinosaurian. In other news, reports coming from Madagascar about a large, bat-winged night flyer sound intriguing. Our staff aims to investigate the matter with a reconnaissance trip in the fall of 2019. This creature may be added to the Genesis Park cryptozoology section if we can find compelling evidence. Natives call this animal”Fangalabolo.”

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Upcoming Events

Our Upcoming Expeditions page has been updated to reflect the initiatives planned for the next few years. We are optimistic of an exciting discovery in the near future! The DinoDave website features Dave Woetzel’s speaking schedule and an overview of “The Creation Investigation.”

Visitor Feedback

A couple of recent comments from visitors to Genesis Park:

        • Ann writes “Where is the park located?”
        • [RESPONSE] Genesis Park is only a virtual facility. Perhaps one day if we capture one of these remaining dinosaurian creatures, we will establish a physical location.
        • Bruce writes, “So glad to get your monthly newsletter! I am especially excited to hear your report this month of the pterosaur sightings, I hope one day we will see some good pictures. The cryptozoology news from other fronts is zilch… So you are the last credible link I know of! Thanks for your pursuit of these things.
        • Claudia wrote, “This is one of the coolest sites I have come across. Great for kids and grownups. You need to get an app.”

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