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Old 10-07-2008, 10:39 AM
 
Location: Victoria, BC.
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Baraminology has not been implemented because evolutionist only believe in evolution. So, they will not report on something that is biblical in nature. There are scientist that are begining to study this. However, because it is based on creation most current peer reviewed magazines would not let it be published for that fact alone.
Why would that surprise you....Science is about discovering facts, and creation is a folk myth.

 
Old 10-07-2008, 10:42 AM
 
Location: PA
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People shouldn't think Jurassic Park is a historical document. I'd guess the same people that think it's a documentary are the same people that think the Bible is. Jurassic Park = Proof of Genesis

How would short-lived animals have survived? What would they all have eaten after getting off the ark? Each other? Plant? The flood would have destroyed all the vegetation.
No, not all plants were destroyed. The story in Genesis shows that plants matterial became uncovered for the dove to nest. Also matts of vegetation would have floated. The earth had richer vegetation pre-flood. See all the Coal deposits? These are all pre-flood vegetation that was among the quickly covered during the flood.
 
Old 10-07-2008, 10:43 AM
 
Location: Victoria, BC.
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You are correct it is Bambo, not the Eucalyptus that the Carnivorous teeth of the Panda chews.

You have never seen a T-Rex eat to say what they ate and how? Now have you? We don't know for sure from the fossil reccord. But the bible is clear that all animals were herbavoirs from the begining.
The Panda no longer has carnivorous teeth..They have evolved to suit his diet....You either didn't look at the site I linked to, or you didn't want to see it.....We need a new emoticon....One with tape over it's eyes.

The bible being clear that all animals were vegan in the beginning only confirms that there are myths in the bible
 
Old 10-07-2008, 10:48 AM
 
Location: Missouri, USA
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Yes, this is probably how the T-Rex lived in a post-flood world. I can agree that it could have become a scavenger.

Also, young were taken on the ark which were smaller and did not require as much food.
How did short-lived animals such as the fruit fly survive? How did all of the herbivores get food post-flood when nearly all of the vegetation would have been destroyed? How did animals that depend on their parents for food survive?
 
Old 10-07-2008, 10:52 AM
 
Location: PA
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And that, class, is called begging the question.
No, it is not.

Have we witnessed a T-Rex eating? No, so it is valid to say we do not know what it ate.

We can assume T-Rex ate meat because T-Rex has sharp teeth. And all animals with sharp teeth eat meat...Right? No, not all animals with sharp teeth eat meat.

The fruit bat has sharp teeth. So, the T-Rex must have eaten fruit? Or, the Panda has sharp teeth, so the T-Rex must have eaten bambo? The answer is we do not know.

Dentation does not determine diet! That is the fallacy to believe so.
 
Old 10-07-2008, 10:53 AM
 
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How did short-lived animals such as the fruit fly survive? How did all of the herbivores get food post-flood when nearly all of the vegetation would have been destroyed? How did animals that depend on their parents for food survive?
LOL....How did the animal survive when it was yet to develop a throat, which came first the stomach or the esophagus?
 
Old 10-07-2008, 10:56 AM
 
Location: PA
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Why would that surprise you....Science is about discovering facts, and creation is a folk myth.
No, science is about studying nature.

Evolution is about interpreting science to fit a preconcieved idea of how things came to be in nature.

Creation is the description of how God created everything in the beginning as described by God himself.
 
Old 10-07-2008, 10:58 AM
 
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no, science is about studying nature. (practical)

evolution is about interpreting science to fit a preconcieved idea of how things came to be in nature. (presupposition)

creation is the description of how god created everything in the beginning as described by god himself.(plausible)
thankyou!!!!!
 
Old 10-07-2008, 10:59 AM
 
Location: Missouri, USA
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No, it is not.

Have we witnessed a T-Rex eating? No, so it is valid to say we do not know what it ate.

We can assume T-Rex ate meat because T-Rex has sharp teeth. And all animals with sharp teeth eat meat...Right? No, not all animals with sharp teeth eat meat.

The fruit bat has sharp teeth. So, the T-Rex must have eaten fruit? Or, the Panda has sharp teeth, so the T-Rex must have eaten bambo? The answer is we do not know.

Dentation does not determine diet! That is the fallacy to believe so.
And it's false for you to say they were herbivores!

We should compare their teeth.

Fruit Bat


Panda


T-Rex


You're right. They could easily have eaten the same things!
 
Old 10-07-2008, 10:59 AM
 
Location: PA
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The Panda no longer has carnivorous teeth..They have evolved to suit his diet....You either didn't look at the site I linked to, or you didn't want to see it.....We need a new emoticon....One with tape over it's eyes.

The bible being clear that all animals were vegan in the beginning only confirms that there are myths in the bible
The Pandas teeth are classified as carnivorous by scientists base on false reasoning. The fact is the panda has been well designed to eat what it eats. The designer is God.
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