The Last Dinosaur Died In 1927: The Fossil Record According To Creationism

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  1. killerrobot macrumors 68020

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    http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2012-09/infographic-geologic-timescale-creationists
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    God bless America indeed.
     
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  3. killerrobot thread starter macrumors 68020

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    I don't know, they might take offense to claiming the image of Jesus riding a Velociraptor false, given that it's obvious they were around at that time. :p
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    Wow- I've seen some stupid s***, but that really takes it.
     
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    Correction, on the above photo. According to wikipedia that's an image of a vegetarian Tyrranosaurus, not a Velociraptor. Maybe they would consider using this infographic after all.
     
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    Clever girl... ;)
     
  7. rdowns macrumors Penryn

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    Yaba Daba Doo Lee, like the Flintstone didn't prove that man and dinosaur lived together.
     
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    Oh! I forgot!
     
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    No offense guys but you'll be hard pressed to find a creationist in real life that thinks the Earth is only 6,000 years old.

    I'm a Christian, I believe God created us, but I also realize that time was probably under a whole different measurement.

    Don't lump all of us into the crazy 1% ;)
     
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    Have you met renewed?

    edit: does MR count as real life? So much introspection required to answer that....
     
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    Or maybe not... A Gallop poll from 2010 revealed: Four in 10 Americans Believe in Strict Creationism

     
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    Wow. Just wow.
     
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    Obviously it's a load of silly tosh, but don't creationists argue that time was stretched back then for some reason? And that something about 1 day being 6000 years and oh I actually don't want to get into this I just want to go to bed.
     
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    So Columbus rode a Nautiloid all the way to America!

    [​IMG] + [​IMG] = :confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:
     
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    And if that doesn't prove it, Jurassic Park certainly does since it's not a cartoon.

    Now where's a T-Rex to eat an ignorant creationist taking a crap when you need one?
     

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