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Old 22-12-2016, 09:22 PM   #21
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It's hard to say exactly whether dinosaurs lived primarily in water or where entirely land dwelling. But the general accepted view is that they were land walkers and only ventured neat water to drink or feed. That seems to be the one which feels correct with me. Maybe the large sauropods did live in water, but I couldn't imagine something like a T Rex or another theropod doing the same.
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Old 24-12-2016, 08:57 PM   #22
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I wonder what everyone thinks of the discovery of soft tissue found inside a T Rex bone?. I wonder if there really could be a real Jurassic Park hiding somewhere in some remote part of the world. They keep saying that dinosaurs will never be resurrected yet then say it could be possible sometime in the future. Spielberg once said in an interview at the JP royal premiere in 93 that he seemed to beluve that one day in the distant future they could bring back dinosaurs. He deemed pretty confident at the time. I wonder who he's involved with.

I remember an episode of the Discovery channel series Jurassica (aka Paleoworld) where they discussed the amber hunting trade, and as the programme was about to finish, they showed a close up of a prehistoric bee encased in amber with what the narrator described as flesh from a dinosaur. To my knowledge, after this episode aired I don't think I heard anything further about this alleged finding. This ep was shown in the mid 1990s.

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Old 24-12-2016, 09:00 PM   #23
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My favourite animal ever is the archaeopteryx.....
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Old 25-12-2016, 06:57 AM   #24
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This very interesting article explores a few possibilities to the sauropod mystery, and comes to the conclusion that the atmosphere was much thicker in the mesozoic era, allowing for extra buoyancy and less gravitational pull :

"To produce an effective buoyancy force on
dinosaurs the Earth's atmosphere would have to
be thick enough to have a density comparable to
the density of water. By summing the forces
acting on a typical dinosaur such as a
Brachiosaurus the density of the necessary
atmosphere is calculated as:
?F = ?S (1 - 1/S.F.)
where ?F is the density of the fluid, ?s is the
density of the substance submerged in the fluid
such as the dinosaur, and S.F is the scaling
factor.

Inserting into this equation a scaling factor
of 3.2 and an overall vertebrate density of 970
kg/m3, the Earth's atmospheric density during
the late Jurassic period can be calculated to be
670 kg/m3.

This says that to produce the
necessary buoyancy so that the dinosaurs could
grow to their exceptional size, the density of the
Earth’s air near the Earth’s surface would need to
be 2/3’s of the density of water.

It may be difficult for some people to imagine how
the Earth could have had such a dense
atmosphere. But nevertheless, the wonders of our
reality often exceed the limitations of many
people’s imagination. Esker’s Thick Atmosphere
Theory violates no property of science. It is the
correct solution."

Quite convincing

www.dinosaurtheory.com/solution.html

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Old 25-12-2016, 07:06 AM   #25
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Perhaps the dinosaurs were one of the Annunaki's slave races, but they realised they had created them too strong to control, so they killed them all

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Old 26-12-2016, 08:59 PM   #26
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Found this very interesting article about a new amber discovery:

http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com...erved-in-amber
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Old 31-03-2017, 06:42 AM   #27
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I pretty much question everything we've ever been taught about history; they lie so much to keep us in the dark and controllable.
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Old 18-10-2017, 03:39 PM   #28
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Reply to an old thread, but I was listening to a talk on YT with researcher John Hamer about the fed reserve theory of the Titanic disaster and his new book, and at one point he mentioned that he doesn't think dinosaurs even existed, stating that every museum exhibit dosent display any real bones and skeletons only casts, and that the originals are supposedly locked away to safeguard their survival. He believes this is just a convenient excuse to hide the suggestion that no dinosaurs have been found and they have been faked. He also stated that no one, other than palaeontologists, have found any remains and none by the average individual by accident or by amateurs. And no dinosaurs were ever discovered or were known about until the 1800s.

The reason for the fabrication, is to propagate the theory of evolution. I don't know what evidence there is for thi iss, but it makes you wonder why dinosaurs always seem to be in mass public consciousness all the time.

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Old 18-10-2017, 11:40 PM   #29
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The ol Evolution chestnut huh
The same ol story repeated by Charley Inward of the inner sanctums...o yeah
Look inside for the solution for sure as that is where you will find it
But not in Evolution.......progressive?
Evolution? Love I Not U ?

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Old 28-11-2017, 05:59 PM   #30
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The old dinosaur the crocodile is a tough old reptile still living on today.

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