If anyone found a fossil human in rock that was "200-million-years old", of course that would raise serious doubts about the theory. But, of course, such a fossil has never been found.
But here we have an fossil being found which really wasn't supposed to be there at this time and this place. It goes against the theory.
Is anyone going say that serious doubts about the theory are raised? No. Don't be stupid. The theory cannot be question. We hold on to the theory no matter what. We just tweak it whenever contradictory evidence is found. That's (ahem) science.
Amazing, the more things change the more they stay the same. We humans still don’t know anything, while many, mostly the secular darwinist humanists claim they know almost everything. When something arises to challenge their thinking, you get a whole lot of packpeddling. Meanwhile, there has yet to be any proof that the Bible has been wrong on anything, end of story.
Probably went shopping together for alligator shoes. They must have had "Smart Growth" back then too. Didn't want dinosaur sprawl.
Dinosaurs’ Rise Was Slow, Not “Lucky Break,” New Fossils Suggest
National Geographic News | July 19, 2007 | Susan Brown
Posted on 07/20/2007 4:20:19 AM EDT by indcons
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Time to change the science books again!
One would think you would know better by now.
I think them dinosauromorphs have been hiding in my basement all this time along with a heap of other stuff.
Another good reason to put off cleaning it.
Or as they are better known, the dinobots...
Interesting. I don’t see that this has much bearing on the inherent improbability of general evolutionary theory one way or the other.
But it could make a difference in the toy industry. Maybe by next Christmas we’ll be seeing stuffed purple dinosauromorphs in Toys “R” Us.
I posted a similar article with a different title a few days ago. The retirees have nothing better to do than poop on threads all day - by posting cartoons, jokes, and songs. I quickly bailed.
I guess they still don’t really know. They’re going to have to stop creating complex pseudo-scientific explanations for the world based on little slivers of bones.
I just read this to see how many creationists would comment about the way this discovery somehow supports their theories. I love and revere God. I’m not going to hobble Him with my puny imagination. The universe is how it is. I personally find an Earth with an age of 4.5 billion years and hundreds of millions of years of evolution far more awe inspiring than the few thousand years our limited minds conceive of so we can somehow fit the beliefs of my ancestors to the painstaking study of the world and how it works. Christianity is a guide for living and worship, not Geology 101, Biology, or Chemistry. I can give my soul to Jesus and still accept plate tectonics, radioactive decay, the microwave background radiation of the universe, and, yes, the evolution of living things. Science is just a collection of facts. Christianity gives it all meaning.
It’s kind of fun to read about people trying to sort out a fallacy.
Thank God for Creating EVOLUTION... it is so easy to understand even a cave man can do it.