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If you go into the archives, you will see that my hypothesis did not have God turning all dinos into snakes. Rather it has the reproductive genes of the dinos living at the time of the fall being transformed via the curse to cause all the offspring of the then living dinos to be born as belly crawlers.
Furthermore I have consistently alleged that the likely the parent dinos lived all the way up until the flood which would have been some 1500 years or so. The atmospheric pre flood chemical makeup, et al, imo, could translate hundreds of years into millions of dating years as per the chemical makeup of the environment today. If man lived around a thousand years, it is feasible that the dinos could have lived until the flood caused their extinction, only the young offspring belly crawlers being taken in the ark.

buzsaw, EvC Forum 24 Comments [5/11/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Hadanelith

Ummm...what?

5/11/2006 11:39:14 PM

ryan

Sounds like someone's straining to do some explaining.

5/11/2006 11:41:03 PM

Napoleon the Clown

Okie dokie then!

5/11/2006 11:47:33 PM

Papabear

Well, yeah, if one twists the facts a few times and makes several wild assumptions, this makes perfect sense.

Also, if you had actually read your bible you might have noticed that even in it's fairy tales no man lived 1000 years and only a couple made it into their 900s.

5/11/2006 11:49:45 PM

nekhbet

Ummm, yeah, sure, works for me. Once it's explained like that it's crystal clear.......that you're a total dolt.

5/12/2006 12:09:50 AM

Tara Mobley

Every time Creationists try to explain dinosaurs it's always such a silly convoluted explanation. Snakes have very little in common with dinosaurs, so claiming dinos became \"belly-crawlers\" that are now snakes is just silly.

5/12/2006 12:30:03 AM

Abysses

Maybe he got that from GI JOE movie and replaced \"devolution\" with a curse?

also...maybe he meant 15000 years?

also what about aquatic dinosaurs?

5/12/2006 2:54:14 AM

Julian

And that explains the fossilised bacteria found in rocks 3 billion years old and the fact that mammals and dinosaurs and every single fossil is found at exactly the same layer in the crust. See the really fucking stupid thing about silt and sedimentation is it needs to come from somewhere and that somewhere isn't God's ass!

5/12/2006 3:21:37 AM

Julian

Barring the fact that we have dinosaurs surviving today called birds, that's a fascinating theory...

It's almost nonsensical enough to be included in the bible.

5/12/2006 3:23:30 AM

ssdexecutor

This is almost as nonsensical as the end of \"Nights in White Satin.\"

5/12/2006 5:35:12 AM

Maronan

Isn't it funny to watch them struggle to rationalize their beliefs, rather than admit that they're wrong?

5/12/2006 5:46:16 AM

Coffee

Maronan, it's like watching a chicken run around with its head cut off. Except it won't fucking die already.

5/12/2006 11:35:30 AM

Berny

It never ceases to fascinate me how many of these YEC idiots try and fail miserably to reconcile observed geology, paleontology, cosmology, and biology in terms of the Bible. They start with the false assumption that the Bible is Truth(TM) and try to fit the data to their assumption.
That they can't should be no surprise to anyone, hence the wild assertions posted above.

5/12/2006 3:53:50 PM

TDR

huh?

and again, huh?

5/12/2006 4:09:16 PM

The Last Conformist

@Abysses: As far as anyone knows, there never were any aquatic dinosaurs.

The closest thing would be wading fish-eaters like Baryonyx.

5/12/2006 4:09:43 PM

mad dog

\"Furthermore I have consistently alleged that the likely the parent dinos lived all the way up until the flood which would have been some 1500 years or so.\"

This guy must be a laughing stock even among other fundies. Jesus allegedly lived ~2000 years ago, so what he said amounts to the flood taking place after it was written about in the old testament and after Jesus allgedly lived, just after the fall of Rome, no less.

5/12/2006 4:23:07 PM

ooh_child

mad dog, to be fair, I think he means that dinos' life spans were 1500 or so years.

Still doesn't help his willful ignorance in regards to science. Stupid fundie.

5/12/2006 4:32:32 PM

David D.G.

Sorry, buzsaw, but all the shoehorning in the world won't fit Creationism's glass slipper onto a brachiosaur's foot.


~David D.G.

5/14/2006 3:01:08 AM

Julian

I remember that in Shakespeare's Anthony and Cleopatra, the jilted Cleopatra after Anthony deserted her and changed sides, rigged up a block and pulley system and with 20 of her handmaidens clasped a mighty aspodon to her breast whereupon it bit her head off!

5/15/2006 2:31:25 AM

Chan

@Julian: You owe me a new keyboard!

\"Aspodon:\" yoink!

Seriously, though, I've talked to a person who impugned archaeologists' professional integrity by using a circular argument: That they date the strata by the fossils found therein, and date the fossils by the strata where they're found.

This seemed to me to be a big insult towards scientists, but this fellow was generally belligerent (he wanted to nuke the Middle East into glass). I guess that this is the society you get when you try to tear down rational thought and intelligence and replace it with dogma and dictation.

5/27/2006 1:58:24 PM

Adrian

@Abysses: As far as anyone knows, there never were any aquatic dinosaurs.

The closest thing would be wading fish-eaters like Baryonyx.


What about the Ichthyosaurus or the Plesiosaurus? Weren't they dinosaurs?

7/1/2006 3:46:12 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Quit wasting air.

8/5/2012 12:14:56 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Quit wasting air.

8/5/2012 12:23:59 AM

Justanotheratheist

Yet another fundie confuses "utterly ridiculous" with "feasible."

8/5/2012 2:40:07 AM
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