Quote# 57528

The claim that dinosaurs turned into birds is purely tautological. At some point in time you would have a creature which could not stand (as its front legs turned into wings), and could not fly. Natural selection would weed such a thing out. Based on the claims of evolutionists, the notion that certain dinosaurs had feathers comes entirely from the impressions left by dinosaur fossils known as Dino-fuzz. I would like to point out that the alleged "dino-fuzz" has only been found in fossils found in China, and that similar dinosaurs elswhere lack the alleged dino-fuzz. The reason for the dino-fuzz in China is purely a product of the soil type. As the flesh rotted off it flayed, leaving the impression of fuzz in the soil.

jmsnooks, deviantART 16 Comments [1/31/2009 3:23:55 AM]
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Aww, he is trying hard.

2/1/2009 1:03:04 PM


Not a religious fundie, just stupid.

2/1/2009 2:04:49 PM


"a creature which could not stand (as its front legs turned into wings), "

Never seen an Ostrich?
You can ride an Ostrich if you know what your doing, wouldn't advise it if you don't.

2/1/2009 4:08:00 PM


Funny how it's only therapod dinosaurs that leave this fuzz and no other type of dinosaur or animal.

Alos, has he seriously never heard of bipedal dinosaurs? T-rex is the single most famous dinosaur, wtf?

2/1/2009 5:12:55 PM



a) A soft drink from the Roarin' 20s (or was that "Dino-Fizz?");
b) A hair-do from the mid-90s, cf. Heroin-Chic mixed with "Jurassic Park";
c) That chunky, acne-ridden guy from 7th Grade gym class, who wasn't navigating the turbulent waters of puberty very well.

2/1/2009 6:57:08 PM

Bipeds don't need their front limbs to fucking stand, and guess what all the theropod dinosaurs were?

And I don't think he ever did give me a straight answer on whether he believed the mammals found alongside the feathered dinosaurs were furry or not...

2/2/2009 9:59:34 AM

Quantum Mechanic


2/2/2009 12:16:29 PM


What about the emus, ostriches and cassowarys?

You fundies must think that the diversity of the animal kingdom only extends to lions and tigers and bears and that elephants and giraffes are exotic!!

2/2/2009 12:16:50 PM


PROTIP: A tautology is something that is always true. Don't use big words to sound intelligent when you're a fucking moron, it never works.

2/10/2009 7:31:14 PM


Since when are you allowed to use Natural Selection as evidence? No! Bad Creationist! Bad!

11/17/2009 9:16:36 AM

Philbert McAdamia

Huh. And here I thought Dino-Fuzz was the very first police.

11/17/2009 9:24:45 AM

David F Mayer

Chickens stand just fine, as do storks, and literally thousands of other species of birds.

2/2/2011 12:17:22 PM


Well, there are several species which don't need four legs to stand and walk, and which cannot fly.

Tyrannosaurus rex is one example.

Humans are another example ;-)

2/2/2011 12:20:41 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Well at least he used a big word.

9/28/2011 6:34:03 AM


Dawkins explained quite simply how half a wing can be useful.

I understand that people who believe the Earth is only six thousand years old have a hard time understanding gradual changes. With gradual changes there will never be a point where the creature has useless features. Why the changes happen to adapt to environmental changes. Which also happened gradually and not all at once with a flood.

2/2/2014 7:42:30 AM


DinDC: You just made my day!

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