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Isn't it funny how those dinosaur bone hold up for 65,000,000 years........ If those creatures were that old they would be buried miles under the Earth and not found in some cases just a few feet deep..... But don't expect to hear that in Biology class......

cameron222, Rapture Ready 6 Comments [3/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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But don't expect to hear that in Biology class......

And for good reason.

Do these kooks even READ or look in to what basic scientific facts they are trying to dismiss?

And Dinosaur bones hold up so well because they FOSSILIZE in to rocks.

2/2/2007 8:54:26 PM


Techtonic plate movement, mountain formation, sea/lake formation/draining, soil deposition, erosion,flooding, etc. are all reasons for fossils being found at different depths. Maybe you could take five minutes and type your question into google and see what you find out instead of making us do all the work for you.

9/12/2011 8:06:55 PM


Wait till he hears about the 3.4 billion year old single cell fossils found off Australia.

9/12/2011 9:59:08 PM


I heard about fossilization in Biology class, didn't you, cameron? It's not bone any longer, it's stone.

I heard about movements in the Earth in other classes, I don't think it was Biology. During earthquakes and landslides things that were buried deep are brought to the surface.

9/12/2011 10:11:21 PM


Erosion. Look it up.

3/26/2013 5:48:09 AM


erosion and the movement of tectonic plates can expose things that were once buried.

3/26/2013 6:21:48 AM

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