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Tomlapaz
  • From:USA

Date Posted:09-02-2019 08:28:46Copy HTML

One of quite a few, really, but this is a good article on the subject.   Presents the the challenge well (well, challenge if one believes that ALL dinosaurs all dies off millions of years ago).


https://coolinterestingstuff.com/the-unexplainable-mystery-of-the-cambodian-stegosaurus

 

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skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #1
  • From:USA

Re:The mystery of The Cambodian Stegosaurus

Date Posted:11-02-2019 05:53:45Copy HTML

 


No one ever said all dinosaurs died off.  The majority did, but reptiles are here today are they not?  Their evolved ancestors. 

No doubt Tomas thinks this is evidence of a young earth with man and dinosaur living together.  800 million drawings of cows, antelope and birds, and one image of a dinosaur.  They just weren't that interesting to the artists of the past 10,000 years I guess.

In any event, it is a bunch of baloney.  The first problem is that the alleged plates also resemble artistic flourishes that occur in many other carvings around the temple.  They put those things in carving all over the temple, over birds and other animals. Without them, it is Sumatran rhino. The carving lacks the prominent spikes on the back of the tail that is a very distinctive feature of the stegosaur.   The stegosaur did not have ears or horns as depicted, rhinos do. The head is also the wrong shape.


This is a stegosaurus.


Reconstruction of what a young stegosaurus looked like.

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Tomlapaz Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #2
  • From:USA

Re:The mystery of The Cambodian Stegosaurus

Date Posted:12-02-2019 04:42:12Copy HTML

Try reading the article before replying.   Maybe you will find your objections already dealt with.

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skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #3
  • From:USA

Re:The mystery of The Cambodian Stegosaurus

Date Posted:13-02-2019 04:37:59Copy HTML

I did read the article. It was about three paragraphs that dealt with very little. Try reading my reply. Most large dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago. This is a fact. Fact. Look that one up in the dictionary. You know the dictionary, the book that says majority also means "the greater number".
Tomlapaz Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #4
  • From:USA

Re:The mystery of The Cambodian Stegosaurus

Date Posted:15-02-2019 03:13:19Copy HTML

Well, to clarify, you did not read the article for comprehension.   Clearly.  As seen by one objection that you raised.


You have certainly not refuted any of their points.   

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Re:The mystery of The Cambodian Stegosaurus

Date Posted:18-02-2019 06:38:06Copy HTML

Well, to clarify, you did not read the article for comprehension. Clearly. As seen by one objection that you raised. You have certainly not refuted any of their points. ___ I read the article, Its about three fucking paragraphs. There is nothing left to refute. The end. That is not a stegosaurus, it doesn't look like a stegosaurus, and they have been extinct for 65 million years. And I happen to agree with the following direct quotes from the article. "It might look a bit like a stegosaurus but it’s not a stegosaurus." "even if it is a carving of a Stegosaurus then it was probably based on a fossil skeleton found locally (in china which is not very far away) which would explain why the head is too large and the hind legs aren’t long enough." ...and the horns were made up. The article doesn't mention that fact that a stegosaurus has no horns or ears, as clearly depicted in the image. Nor does your bullshit creationist article mention that it looks just as much like a Sumatran rhino as a stegosaurus, or that the alleged spikes on his back are also on other carvings on other animals all over the temple. Tomas, you are nothing more than a liar. A pathetic ignorant liar who has no desire to see anything that contradicts your false religious beliefs about the world.
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  • From:USA

Re:The mystery of The Cambodian Stegosaurus

Date Posted:24-02-2019 06:46:41Copy HTML

Clearly you did not read the article, or are choosing to ignore it.


It is interesting how many people do see a Stegosaurus there - of course, depending on how committed they are to evolutionary beliefs, that can change once informed it was a carving in an 800+ old temple, along with other animals.

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skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #7
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Re:The mystery of The Cambodian Stegosaurus

Date Posted:05-03-2019 08:08:01Copy HTML

There is no need for commitment to belief...only facts. It is a fact the stegosaur lived on earth over 65 million years ago, and this thing doesn't look like it. It is a fact that evolution is real. People committed to beliefs (creationists) often have problems with these facts.
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Re:The mystery of The Cambodian Stegosaurus

Date Posted:07-03-2019 04:10:29Copy HTML

It is interesting how many people do see a Stegosaurus there (including people who believe in evolution) - of course, depending on how committed they are to evolutionary beliefs, that can change once informed it was a carving in an 800+ old temple, along with other animals.

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skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #9
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Re:The mystery of The Cambodian Stegosaurus

Date Posted:07-03-2019 11:29:33Copy HTML

That is fine if they see a stegosaur, even with the marked dissimilarities. Dinosaurs lived millions of years ago, fact.
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Re:The mystery of The Cambodian Stegosaurus

Date Posted:08-03-2019 05:58:09Copy HTML

It is interesting how many people do see a Stegosaurus there (including people who believe in evolution) - of course, depending on how committed they are to evolutionary beliefs, that can change once informed it was a carving in an 800+ old temple, along with other animals.

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