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Author Topic:   Blood in dino bones
Chiroptera
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Message 105 of 138 (455268)
02-11-2008 6:34 PM
Reply to: Message 104 by DogToDolphin
02-11-2008 6:25 PM


So I am thinking that this dinosaur might not be as old as 70millions years, if it's near the surface (even a bone is sticking out the surface)....
Unless the original bone was buried hundreds and thousands of feet deep over a long time, then the area was uplifted by well understood geologic forces, and then eroded out until it began to stick out. That could easily take 70 million years or more.
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I don't see why extant or not-that-old extinct dinosaurs would be a problem for evolutionists.
It wouldn't pose any problem at all, so I don't see why creationists make such a big deal over this.
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I think this question will be resolved if we find dragon (dinosaurs) skull/skeletons in medieval sites or ancient sites where people lived.
Yup. That would settle it alright. The only reason people think that dinosaurs died off over 65 million years ago is because no one has ever found dinosaur remains younger than 65 million years old. If younger remains are found (or a living dinosaur is found), then it will be known that the dinosaurs didn't all die out over 65 million years old.

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