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Dinosaurs Caused Global Warming Too You Know

Phil424 Wrote: May 07, 2012 6:09 PM
I am quite familiar with the Noah story, but the dinos would all have been extinct a very long time by then. Gen Chpt 1, vs 2 (many millions of years between verse 1 and verse 2): "The earth was without form and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep." The deep, as you know, is ocean. This is possibly the flood referenced much later in the Old Testament and called Lucifers Flood, which also destroyed everything on earth. Between the time Adam and Eve were kicked out of the Garden until Noah's time is about 2,000 years (we do not know how long they were in there). Since the "newest" dinos (closest to our time) were several millions of years ago, I doubt any survived the 1.) time since the others died off, and 2.) the pre-Adam flood

Global warming believers are officially grasping at straws. They've headed back to the age of the dinosaur and think the gigantic creatures may have committed suicide by warming up the atmosphere.

Dinosaurs may be partly to blame for a change in climate because they created so much flatulence, according to leading scientists.

Professor Graeme Ruxton of St Andrews University, Scotland, said the giant animals spent 150 years emitting the potent global warming gas, methane. Large plant-eating sauropods would have been the main culprits because of the huge amounts of greenery they consumed.

The team calculated...

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