Dinosaur Fossils, Ocean Rocks, and the Genesis Flood

Paleontologists were shocked — shocked, I tell you — to find dinosaur fossils in marine rocks. They were commencing to find themselves some ammonites (the oceanic invertebrates, not the cantankerous cusses of the Old Testament), and found some T. rex-like remains.

Dinosaur fossil marine rock Genesis Flood
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The surprise should have ended with the discovery of the new critter, but they got a mite agitated that the fossil was found in an ocean environment. Why? Evolutionists themselves admit that most dinosaur fossils are there, and not in, say, arid regions. Fossils and bones from diverse creatures are frequently found mixed together, and evolutionary speculation only agitates the waters. No, the reasonable conclusion (especially when taken with all the other evidence) is that this is a result of the global Genesis Flood and, therefore, recent creation. Yippie ky yay, old earthers!
Another spectacular dinosaur fossil discovery baffled paleontologists who deny the historical accuracy of the book of Genesis. New Scientist recently reported the identification of a T. rex-like dinosaur from Upper Cretaceous system rocks in North Africa. What confounded the scientists were the phosphate-rich rocks in which the bones were found—rocks indicative of deposition in an open ocean.
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