Agonizing Alaskan Dinosaur Deposits

While it is expected for scientists to work from their worldviews and assumptions, secularists have a habit of clinging to evolution and uniformitarian biases to the point of absurdity. Part of that problem is that these scientists do not consider possibilities beyond their own presuppositions. Speculations are put forward in an effort to explain various findings, but those speculations often defy analysis.

Evolutionary paleontologists cling to uniformitarian assumptions, even when the data are in conflict with the facts. The best explanation for this discovery is the global Genesis Flood, not a local river flood.
Juvenile hadrosaur / Pavel Bochkov / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 2.0
In the instance of juvenile Hadrosaur-like bones discovered in Alaska, the ruling paradigm dictates that, although these dinosaurs were rapidly buried, it was due to local flooding. This concept does not fit the observed facts. The better explanation is anathema to them: the rapid burial was due to the global Genesis Flood.
In late September of this year a report was published on a new species of Hadrosaurid dinosaur (commonly and hereafter called duck-billed dinosaurs) dubbed Ugrunaaluk kuukpikensis (“ancient grazer” in the language of Alaska Inupiat Eskimos). The newly discovered species is considered to be closely related to Edmontosaurus but has a few anatomical differences, especially in the skull, and most noticeably in the mouth area. The discovery, a cooperative effort between the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Florida State University, took place in the Liscomb Bone Bed of the Prince Creek Formation along the Colville River more than 300 miles (500 kilometers) northwest of Fairbanks. The findings were published in Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, an international paleontology quarterly journal.
To read about the findings and the best explanation, click on "Were Duck-Billed Dinosaurs Found in Alaska Warm Blooded?" Also, to see about how sneaky the owlhoots at in the evolutionary press can be on this subject, click on "Deceptive Paleontology Reporting".