Heh...? I suppose that's a possibility, but seeings how fish do eat other fish, you can see how the conclusion can be drawn.
9/24/2007 1:17:33 PM
The Swirling Maelstrom of Fossilization.
look, I'm pretty sure that your questions were quickly weighed by those well-trained palaeontologists, and discarded just as quickly.
The fact that you are asking questions more or less within the realm of reason is a very good sign.
9/24/2007 2:25:21 PM
I fail to see why this is on here.
There isn't any fundamentalism that I see, and 'look' is making arguments based on logic and reason.
9/24/2007 3:20:25 PM
What does that have to do w/ anything?
Plus, the whole "no carnivores in Eden" myth isn't even in the Bible.
Only humans were vegetarians in the Biblical garden of Eden. So much for "sola scriptura".
6/13/2010 1:52:05 PM
You'd make a good defense attorney. You could argue that a rapist just fell onto a woman.
12/23/2010 3:20:00 PM
WTF does that have to do with anything?
8/29/2012 1:11:37 AM
It's possible, yes. However, if that is a lame attempt at offering evidence for the flood, forget it. That never happened, no matter where fish fossils are or aren't found.
8/30/2012 5:52:19 AM
Boy, and they like to bring up the 747 scenario on why evolution is unlikely!
8/30/2012 10:06:13 AM
Jim: The arguments may be logical and reasonable, but they're based on something utterly illogical and unreasonable (the Biblical flood). That's called "spurious logic" and it fails hard.
1/10/2013 11:48:23 AM
This is a sad and desperate attempt to justify belief in the Flood.
1/10/2013 12:16:13 PM