hahaha how cute xD
Originally Posted by sakura_hana
you = <3
Originally Posted by overmind
Baby T-rexes were found with feathers on their backs. Little puffs of them. As they got older, they lost them.
Kind of like human babies being born with little hair on their heads. That falls out and actual hair is born later. :D
He would bash my dinosaurs ):
Maybe someone should start a thread on how awesome General/President Grant was.
Originally Posted by Dante Obscuri
If that wouldn't wake him up, I don't know what would.
And on a related note:
If it wasn't for the killing, and the killing, and the killing, and the killing, and the killing, of each and every animal and human that the main characters came across, the Bible would be a cool book. It's like Punisher meets 300.
Last edited by Terasiel; 12-07-2008 at 03:28 PM.
actually he was referring to the behemoth.
Originally Posted by Stuyvesant
lol! wow man tamed the dinosaurs.
Originally Posted by article
I didn't know that. So if they were given enough time to evolve then
Originally Posted by csuti
Flying T-Rex!... that would be so cool. >_<
See, people. This is why religious literalists are a bunch of silly people.
Because if you believe that the Bible is inerrant and find something that contradicts the Bible, you can either categorically deny the universal validity of empirical evidence, as contrary to common sense as the idea may be (which is what religious people used to do), or you can conclude that the Bible isn't infallible (which would be the reasonable position).
What you don't do is to try and shoehorn goddamn dinosaurs into the biblical story by inventing a bunch of tall tales that everyone but the hardcore fundamentalists find ridiculous. Not only do you make your own religion look stupid by association, you also implicitly accept that empiric evidence is a valid source of knowledge, which ultimately contradicts the original premise that the bible is the inerrant and highest source of knowledge.
So not only is Ken Ham deluded, but by accepting the evidence of the fossil record, he is in fact contradicting his own premises.
tl;dr Ken Ham is an idiot.
Yeah, but that would be the Christian God, right? You can believe whatever you want, but if it's not in line with the Bible, I don't really think you can call it the Christian idea of God.
Originally Posted by BlueDemon
Originally Posted by neruke
He ... never said that. No whole there.
Originally Posted by Stuyvesant
...The fossil record has predators and prey dying together in the same place in elevated locations, often in huge number and preserved as much.
Why would predators and prey be together? I don't know about you, but if I were some little pussy dinosaur, I wouldn't hang out with no T-Rex unless I was certain it wouldn't eat me.
And what's the situation in which it wouldn't eat its prey? If they were both focused on something else.
Something that has to do with going to high ground, perhaps?
Soemone please ban him. I beg you.
Originally Posted by MojoMunkeez
I LOVE YOU LOU <3
I totally agree with your stance on this. I think they all walked up the mountains hand in hand, to sit at the edge of the meadow and watch the beautiful butterflies flutter by, as the sun set in front of them... awww