Quote# 5570

If the world was burnt to a crisp by a astroid greater than all the nukes in the world. Then the dinosaurs and everything died and nothing could have survived. And astroid this big would also leave a BIG hole somewhere on the earth...there is none. Furthmore, since there is no evidence that the dino-bones weren't burnt to the crisp, then i'd say evolution is in big trouble. Acid rain would have also contaminated the waters and atmosphere, thus, throwing off carbon dating... The big bang?? Eternal universe??? Think about it...

FEZZILLA, Christian Forums 13 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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You scare me.

7/15/2006 2:50:56 AM


1. Actually the asteroid wouldn't have to be \"Greater than all the nukes in the world\" to cause mass extinction.
2. The commonly held theory is that the asteroid impact caused an effect similar to nuclear winter, causing mass climate change and killing off any creatures that could not adapt to the changing temperatures.
3. We've found numerous craters from impacts throughout the world, I'm not sure if any of them have been dated to the late Cretacious period, but they do exist.
4.a. We have a numerous assortment of dinosaur fossils which fossilized prior to the impact
4.b. Said impact wouldn't cause a fireball you moron.
5. Where are you getting acid rain from?
6. The Big Bang and Eternal Universe theories have nothing to do with anything you just said!

7/15/2006 3:25:45 AM



Gulf of fucking Mexico! How big a fucking hole do you need you dickhead?

7/15/2006 3:50:56 AM


The K-T asteriod that wiped out the dinosaurs was equivilant to 1000 bombs that destroyed Hiroshima. The American nuclear stockpile laughs at such pathetic force. The huge crater you're looking for has been discovered, it's off the Yucatan in the Gulf of Mexico. Acid rain has nothing to do with any of this, also paleontologists don't use carbon dating for objects that old. The Big Bang and Eternal Universe have nothing to do with what you were just talking about.

12/11/2006 2:01:04 AM


Oh dear.

2/2/2007 9:50:28 PM


Gulf of Mexico. We win.

5/11/2008 2:58:12 AM

Allegory of Jesus

The dinosaurs, according to theory, were killed by atmospheric changes after asteroid impact, not due to the entire planet being devastated by the impact itself or due to fire that could burn their very bones [!?]. Also: oceans, erosion.

7/24/2010 8:49:35 AM

Philbert McAdamia

And astroid this big would also leave a BIG hole somewhere on the earth...there is none.

** s i g h **
Why do people who shun evidence insist on evidence and then deny it exists? Why? WHY?

7/24/2010 11:21:18 AM


Not everything died
We have the "holes"

Cue crator pics

7/25/2010 6:48:11 AM


It's odd that you use the word "think" when you obviously have never done it.

2/5/2013 8:59:00 PM

rubber chicken

Thought about it. You're an idiot.

2/5/2013 9:03:48 PM


The hole has been found, you idiot. South of the border, down Mexico way.

Nor was "the world burnt to a crisp", although something seems to have done exactly that to fundies' brains.

2/5/2013 10:19:02 PM


We know it happened because we DO have a "big hole" in the Yucatan peninsula. When drastic events take place, it's common for large creatures to die, but the little things (especially if they live in burrows beneath the earth) are more protected from fires.

3/9/2017 12:11:53 PM

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