Even if they found live dinosaurs today, it wouldn't be the end of Macroevolution. There have already been discoveries of so-called 'living fossils' such as the colecanth (that could be heavily misspelled). Macroevolution doesn't need dinosaurs to have died off millions of years ago for it to work.
Plus, as Macroevolution is a religious-based model for the origins of life, Macroevolutionists will continue to believe in their 'creation myth' even if there are setbacks, as there have already been plenty.
posted on 07/22/2007 2:40:56 AM PDT
by Jedi Master Pikachu
( What is your take on Acts 15:20 (abstaining from blood) about eating meat? Could you freepmail?)
To: Jedi Master Pikachu
This one almost has to be the final coffin nail. Creationists had been talking about soft tissue in dino bones for years and now you have the story in mainstream journals. They’re just stalling for time until they can devise some new anti-Christine belief system before they pull the plug.
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