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Thursday, October 8, 2015

Mangled Dinosaur Mosaic

Evolutionists have used the term "mosaic" to describe the difficulties encountered in placing dinosaurs in their paradigm. There are too many problems for evolutionists in the dinosaur paradigm.

Evolutionists have used the term "mosaic" to describe the difficulties encountered in placing dinosaurs in their paradigm. One reason is that they persistently present puzzling information. Not only have hadrosaurs been found in the frozen regions of Alaska, but worse, how did they survive, and how did a group of juveniles die at once?

Then there's difficulty of the Australian long-clawed dinosaurs — did they originate there, or in Argentina? From there, Niger presents a pareiasaur skeleton that has earned fanciful tales but no explanation. Also, we have the soft tissue problem that has been annoying "deep time" advocates for a spell now. I reckon they don't want people to recollect that there are other instances of biomaterial that refuses to act millions of years old, too. The Earth is not billions of years old (despite the protestations of Darwinoids), it was created much more recently.

Dinosaurs do not fit evolutionary ideas. (Evolution itself does not fit the criteria for science, either.) To read more about the items mentioned above, click on "Will the Dinosaur Paradigm Be Next to Fall?"
  

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