Skip to comments.Dinosaur herd buried in Noah’s Flood in Inner Mongolia, China
Posted on 04/14/2009 8:36:29 AM PDT by GodGunsGuts
Dinosaur herd buried in Noahs Flood in Inner Mongolia, China
by Tas Walker Published: 14 April 2009
An international team of scientists have uncovered graphic evidence of the deadly terror unleashed on a herd of dinosaurs as they were buried under sediment by the rising waters of Noahs Flood in western Inner Mongolia (figure 1).
Dinosaur bones were first discovered at the site, located at the base of a small hill in the Gobi Desert, in 1978 by a Chinese geologist. After about 20 years, a team of Chinese and Japanese scientists recovered the first skeletons, which they named Sinornithomimus, meaning Chinese bird mimic.
A few years later in 2001, the international team excavated the remains of more than 25 dinosaurs, creating a large quarry in the process as they as they followed the skeletons into the base of the hill. Remarkable excavation
As the team carefully mapped the location of the bones and strata that contained them (figure 2), it became clear that the dinosaurs were all within the same layer of mudstone (i.e. the same bedding plane), generally facing the same direction and remarkably well preserved....
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Thanks for the ping!
Hm. Lot of assumptions being made here. :)
“As the team carefully mapped the location of the bones and strata that contained them (figure 2), it became clear that the dinosaurs were all within the same layer of mudstone (i.e. the same bedding plane), generally facing the same direction and remarkably well preserved....”
hmmm. Where were the human bones buried in the flood ...
since dinosaurs died out thousands of years before the ascent of man, this whole story is baloney. Unless God was practicing...
People in Noah’s time were alive at the same time as Dinosaurs? Wow! Ya learn something new every day.
This has been known for a long time. What's that movie with Racquel Welch?
If God created all living creatures during Creation Week, then the dinos dying out before the appearance of man is both a logical and an historical impossibility.
If that were true, the would have found human remains in the mud strata ...
“Ya can’t roller skate in a dinosaur herd
Ya can’t roller skate in a dinosaur herd
Ya can’t roller skate in a dinosaur herd
But you can be happy if you’ve a mind to”
The Most Rev. Roger Miller
Don’t forget the Flintstones...
I learned it from the Dinosaurs series.
If it is Noah’s flood that caused this, then where are the bones of non dinosaurs of equal size? Why are there no trilobite fossils in this layer?
Noah’s flood is a story to explain the filling of the Black Sea from the Mediterranean Sea through the Bosporous.
Thanks for the daily laugh, GGG!
Alas, our day to day experience reveals to us that time does exist and things take place in a sequential fashion.
Not only that, as stuff happens, it leaves a trail of debris behind it that gives us a hint about what was going on. For instance, it snows in my front yard overnight. I don't get up until 10 AM though, and I look out and there are footprints and other marks left behind by, I surmise, birds, dogs, cats, raccoons, paperboy, my neighbor's car doing wheelies, and so forth.
It's pretty sure they didn't all happen at the same time yet there they are, and thanks to the flow of time they were all able to leave their marks in the snow without conflict, and I was able to see those marks without their still hanging around to let me watch them.
It would be quite necessary for time to take a far different form than the three dimensions of which we are presently aware for me to reason that all the animals and people jumped into the snow in my front yard all at once.
Tell you what guys, it'll be a cold day in Hell before God freezes time.
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