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Posted on 10/11/2005 4:07:11 AM PDT by mlc9852
MONDAY, Oct. 10 (HealthDay News) -- Head to the American Museum of Natural History's Web site, and you'll see the major draw this fall is a splashy exhibit on dinosaurs.
And not just any dinosaurs, but two-legged carnivorous, feathered "theropods" like the 30-inch-tall Bambiraptor -- somewhat less cuddly than its namesake.
The heyday of the theropods, which included scaly terrors like T. rex and velociraptor, stretched from the late Triassic (220 million years ago) to the late Cretaceous (65 million years ago) periods.
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Hang in there newsgatherer. There is a difference between intelligence and education. The education is worthless without intelligence to decipher the wheat from the chaff. Some are so full of their education, that wisdom flies out the window. Wisdom is a wonderful thing, but in all thy wisdom, get understanding. Sound familiar?
Is that DaVinci Code for "stay strong my ignorant brother"?
And you are not? Pulllleeeeaaaassssseeeee. What's really funny is that the one friend that I referred to taught evolution at a large state university. He started looking at the logic behind what he was teaching and was totally embarrassed. He has said so many times that evolutionists have a thought process that they feel is far superior, but is just steeped in ignorance. I won't even go into my credentials, but according to man's standard, the ole IQ is waaaay out there. So please, don't talk down to me, you have no idea who you are talking to. I find your comments quite humorous. Arrogance is very typical of evolutionists. They always resort to trying to convince everyone of their superior intellect and if another scientist disagrees with them, they are deemed dumb.
Can't wait to hear the response to this from those educated beyond their intelligence.
I won't even go into my credentials, but according to man's standard, the ole IQ is waaaay out there. So please, don't talk down to me, you have no idea who you are talking to.
I figured you would recognize it, but I doubt that some others do. I have to laugh. I taught discrete mathematics at an Ivy League school and I am always amazed at the superiority of some when they think that they can yell louder and longer...and that makes them smarter.
Don't remember the guides name, older about 65 or so, proably retired. Kinda thin male. Boston Museum of Science.
But, having been there on more than one occasion, it is not just him, seems they all say the same thing. Kinda like canned ham.
What is there to respond to? You know this guy with credentials and a high IQ who says evolution is ridiculous. I mean, what could possibly trump that? None of the misfits I know could possibly challenge this guy you know. I'll have to talk to this other guy that I know who I think is pretty smart. Maybe he knows some guys who think Creationism is astonishingly stupid.
Is he friends with the short fat guy who gives tours there on Wednesdays? Because I know that guy and he says the old thin guy is a known crackpot.
What physical proof do you possess that this 'book' was written by the finger of God.
Do you possess handwriting samples that we may compare to that of the Almighty's?
IOW, please show proof that the Bible isn't just a well-written novel.
I think you're talking about macroevolution (which is a philosophy of science (religion) because it's not testable/verifiable) -not microevolution - which is verifiable, testable science which occurs every day.
This is the Boston Museum of Science that's located on the Charles River, right?
And approximately when was your last visit when you heard the guides say this sort of stuff? Season of the year and year will be close enough.
Were these paid chartered tours, or the free public tours conducted by the guides who are available daily? Or both?
I know a guy on the street corner, says he used to be Galactus, Eater of Worlds, and he says you are both wrong. You wanna challenge Galactus? Huh?
I thought Archaeopteryx was exposed as a fraud. I found this after a google search: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2002/11/1120_021120_raptor.html
Don't you think this cuts into your credibilty a little bit?
WELL FINALLY! :) No need for a rebuttal, time will tell. Scientists'll get it right eventually!