4-winged dinasaur fossil found in China

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    This is obviously another clever trick by God to make it appear she uses evolution as a process to create life.

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    :rolleyes:



    The find itself is intriguing. It was a huge theoretical leap from feathered dinosaurs to flying birds, and up until now it was just a speculation. A few weeks ago I read a discussion in a scientific paper about how dinosaurs ran uphill to glide, rather than downhill, which led to flight. Obviously this shows that dinosaurs most likely started jumping from limb to limb, and then learned to fly - but this is mere speculation as well.
     
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    A feathered dinosaur?

    Aren't most, if not all, feathered animals warm blooded? Weren't all dinosaurs cold blooded?
     
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    Read your Necronomicon.

    It's obviously some type of shoggoth, servant of The Old Ones.

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    That's the age old question.

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    Why a long leap. There was the terydacthyl remember. Also, we know that the pelvis of velocoraptor was curved backwards, as was most of the dinos that walked on two legs. Their bones were full of airsacs and hollows just like a bird, and their snouts were designed for communication just like a bird. They actually have more in common with birds than with anything else on the earth.
     
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    Asperiguio (or whatever your name is)... I'll call you Brett. Are you kidding with your post? I hope so cause as a Christian I am tired of other Christians posting radical comments that make the rest of us look like idiots.
     
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    Why could God not use Evolution? How do we know? Don't be so narrow minded.
     

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