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Old 06-09-2009, 08:17 PM
 
Location: Texas
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New evidence: the thinking is that birds and dinosaurs may have had a common ancestor.
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Old 06-11-2009, 11:28 AM
 
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New evidence: the thinking is that birds and dinosaurs may have had a common ancestor.
Don't worry, they'll find a new Lucy, Ocre Man or Piltdown Man. It's the way the game is played. I don't even post any longer in the Religion & Philosophy threads. You have two sets of myhtological Fairytale reciting by both creationists and evolutionists who ability at cut n paste pseudo-science is astounding. Arm-chair experts as they've been called. The only belief that is an actual FACT is their hatred of each other.

Lately the idiots have been debating whether or not a massive whale actually originated from a fox. No wonder today's human society sucks. I really feel sorry for those in the 3rd world who take the brunt of both of their ignoramices !!!

Wonder what they will now do with that old Communist Red Chinese T-Rex Dino-Bird hoax (Archaeoraptor) ???



The sad thing is there are so many more possitive beneficial subjects in regards science that could be discussed that really and truly would benefit our planet, but instead we're stuck with the hatred agendas on both sides.
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Old 06-11-2009, 04:01 PM
 
Location: Universal City, Texas
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I read the article yesterday and was trying to find it to post here. You beat me to it Brian. I like the idea of birds and dinos being the same. It puts the sparrow and hummingbirds into a different perspective. I guess its like man and chimp having the same parentage but are cousins instead of sons and daughters.
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