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Never in my statements did I say dinosaurs never existed. They existed and some might say they still do. I know a man named Paul Nation. He's done some missions in the Congo region. He was working with some very isolated pygmy tribes there. They were doing a bit of paleantology as well. Some of the natives there got a hold of one of his dinosaur books and began describing the temperments of some of the dinosaurs' pictures. For instance, they said that Triceratops are very aggressive towards elephants and usually chase them off. They commented that one of the longnecked dinosaurs(don't remember which) stay in the river all the time and are very shy and hard to spot. And when you combine this with the fact that the congo has only been 20% explored, you have a tangible theory.

Ringo, PlanetWisdom 14 Comments [4/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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you have a tangible theory.

You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means. ...

1/15/2009 5:52:45 PM

Mr Blur

Er... no, you don't.

1/15/2009 7:00:56 PM


Bring one of those dinosaurs out into public view and you've got what might be the *start* of a tangible theory. However I bet a lot of people could come up with some very much more feasible theories.

1/15/2009 7:16:08 PM


I have a better story.
I was on a picnik with my family, near the forest, in Ireland. So, there I was, walking through the forest, all alone when, out of nowhere, a stream (more like a shallow river) appears, and I see the most beautifull girl sunbathing on one of the shores, not 6 feets away. So, I start taking my mobile phone to take the picture, when she opens her eyes, and turns to face me. Her eyes were completely sky blue and she didn't have pupils at all! She was still very beatifull, with long black hair and pale skin!
Long story short, we made love, my mobile ended in the water and she disappeared in the shallow water after I didn't want to go diving with her, although she almost pulled me there. I still have a receipt for mobile repair and couldn't find a stream later, only dry land. I heard later about a local legend about an unfortunate girl that almost got drowned by her boyfriend in the (now dry) stream, but was saved by water fairies. She had to become one of them and drowned 15 men already but always saved children from the same fate.
What, you don't believe me?

1/15/2009 7:49:11 PM


Y'see, the thing about Brontasauris is it's huge. There'd be a lot more than 'They could be there' and this is an old story that's been investigated. Hard to miss the big ones even in the Congo

1/15/2009 8:03:18 PM


Y'see, the thing about Brontasauris is it's huge. There'd be a lot more than 'They could be there' and this is an old story that's been investigated. Hard to miss the big ones even in the Congo

And why do Fundies think a living dinosaur belittles evolution anyway?

1/15/2009 8:06:24 PM

Quantum Mechanic


Tangerine Dream maybe ...

1/15/2009 8:12:51 PM



The thing about brontosaurus is it isn't a real dinosaur and never existed.

1/15/2009 8:50:53 PM


Yeah. I'm pretty sure that Brontosaurus was just a Camarasaurus's skull attached to a Brachiosaurus's body. But how could something as big as a Brachiosaurus, or as irritable as a Triceratops never be noticed in the wild?

8/26/2009 1:46:51 PM


Being this stupid can't be natural. I think you actually have to try to be this stupid.

8/26/2009 4:57:37 PM

Philbert McAdamia

The Scots have one of those shy ones in a loch, too.
Very shy. Camera shy, in fact.

If you believe the story.

8/26/2009 7:07:45 PM


I was speaking of the Brontasauris (different spelling) which also didn't exist, but it's huge so you'd notice it.

8/27/2009 1:24:56 PM


They still do exist. We call those species birds. You know what made them that way? Evolution.

10/23/2011 11:09:14 PM


IF he's telling the truth about those "pygmy tribes," they were probably trolling the white people who had come to gawk at them.

10/24/2011 12:54:19 AM

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