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10/28/2016 1:23:59 AM
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Evolution pushers would have us believe that life started from a slime and, against astronomical odds gave birth to millions of different species changing into great lizards, a worldwide disaster killed off all of them, so we could never see them. Then, start the farfetched evolution process A SECOND TIME. If you honestly believe a single miner, farmer, ditch digger, foundation layer, etc. should never have found a dinosaur by now, you are gullible. Fairies, unicorns, Sandy clause, a spherical earth, your living in fantasy land.
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10/28/2016 1:30:28 AM
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A brontosaurus would've had to eat 90 hours a day. Not a typo.
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10/28/2016 2:39:00 AM
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At 10/28/2016 2:07:24 AM, dee-em wrote:
The ignorance and stupidity, it hurts.

The perpetuation of Dinosaur theory, just like Evolutionary Theory and the Big Bang Theory, has become more of a religion, an orthodoxy, than a science. People are expected not to question it, no matter what, at the risk of losing their job, breaking their careers, losing friends, being shunned by family, and being ridiculed by anyone who refuses to think for themselves. If anyone attempts to present scientific evidence contrary to the popularly held view, it is immediately dismissed as "conspiracy theory" or a "crazy religionist".
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10/28/2016 2:43:31 AM
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At 10/28/2016 2:07:24 AM, dee-em wrote:
The ignorance and stupidity, it hurts.

Anytime anyone refuses to even consider a contrary view to the popularly-held beliefs, you should highly question that view having any validity whatsoever, even more than other views. Valid viewpoints take both sides of an argument with equal weight and accept any potential new information and test it without bias against an overarching hypothesis. However, it is usually the views that cannot be supported by evidence that choose to take more of an ad-hominem attack by questioning the person's character rather than the evidence presented.
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10/28/2016 3:08:28 AM
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The laws of physics prevents the existence of any creatures as massive as dinosaurs were said to be.
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10/28/2016 3:16:32 AM
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Not a single dinosaur bone has been accidentally found.
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10/28/2016 3:57:51 AM
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People actually pay to see these amalgams of various things ranging from chicken bones, to random bones, to straight plaster casts. Not even the teeth are real.

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10/28/2016 4:12:34 AM
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An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off. Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.
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10/28/2016 7:00:51 AM
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At 10/28/2016 3:16:32 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
Not a single dinosaur bone has been accidentally found.

I found one by accident. So there we go.
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10/28/2016 10:16:09 AM
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It is hard to tell whether threads like this are jokes or serious until they do something like post eight posts in eight hours with nobody responding to them in any way, indicating their goal is not to promote their stupidity but rather to seek attention for themselves personally. Someone who actually believed their own ravings would do the former, someone who didn't would do what this guy is doing.
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10/28/2016 1:39:36 PM
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At 10/28/2016 10:16:09 AM, Discipulus_Didicit wrote:
It is hard to tell whether threads like this are jokes or serious until they do something like post eight posts in eight hours with nobody responding to them in any way, indicating their goal is not to promote their stupidity but rather to seek attention for themselves personally. Someone who actually believed their own ravings would do the former, someone who didn't would do what this guy is doing.

Or I got some pineapple express and just typed up scientific facts that I thought were strong enough to wake someone up to the fact that dinosaurs never existed as they came to me, do you have any evidence that they did exist, or care to evaluate any of this evidence?
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10/28/2016 5:55:21 PM
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At 10/28/2016 1:23:59 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
Evolution pushers would have us believe that life started from a slime and, against astronomical odds gave birth to millions of different species changing into great lizards, a worldwide disaster killed off all of them, so we could never see them. Then, start the farfetched evolution process A SECOND TIME. If you honestly believe a single miner, farmer, ditch digger, foundation layer, etc. should never have found a dinosaur by now, you are gullible. Fairies, unicorns, Sandy clause, a spherical earth, your living in fantasy land.

You have achieved "Fatihah" status of ignorance and denial. Well done, you must be so proud.
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10/28/2016 5:57:03 PM
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At 10/28/2016 3:08:28 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
The laws of physics prevents the existence of any creatures as massive as dinosaurs were said to be.

But, you don't believe in the laws of physics, they don't exist according to you.
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10/28/2016 6:52:55 PM
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At 10/28/2016 5:57:03 PM, DanneJeRusse wrote:
At 10/28/2016 3:08:28 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
The laws of physics prevents the existence of any creatures as massive as dinosaurs were said to be.

But, you don't believe in the laws of physics, they don't exist according to you.

This.
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10/28/2016 7:22:58 PM
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At 10/28/2016 10:16:09 AM, Discipulus_Didicit wrote:
It is hard to tell whether threads like this are jokes or serious until they do something like post eight posts in eight hours with nobody responding to them in any way, indicating their goal is not to promote their stupidity but rather to seek attention for themselves personally. Someone who actually believed their own ravings would do the former, someone who didn't would do what this guy is doing.

I don't know. He seems to really believe it.
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10/28/2016 7:48:13 PM
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At 10/28/2016 3:08:28 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
The laws of physics prevents the existence of any creatures as massive as dinosaurs were said to be.

I think I understand what you are saying, and I don't know enough about the subject matter, but you do raise some interesting questions especially when you factor in the size of some of these creatures, I may have to look into it myself. There have been many instances of scientist deciding a dino didn't look the way it did and changed it.
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10/29/2016 1:02:37 AM
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At 10/28/2016 5:57:03 PM, DanneJeRusse wrote:
At 10/28/2016 3:08:28 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
The laws of physics prevents the existence of any creatures as massive as dinosaurs were said to be.

But, you don't believe in the laws of physics, they don't exist according to you.

Don't be ridiculous, I've never claimed anything other than gravity, in the "necessary for people standing on the bottom of a ball" sense of the word didn't exist. Which it doesn't, that doesn't mean that sh!t doesn't fall when you drop it.
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10/29/2016 3:34:00 PM
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At 10/28/2016 4:12:34 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off. Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

What makes you say that?
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10/29/2016 3:48:05 PM
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At 10/29/2016 3:34:00 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/28/2016 4:12:34 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off. Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

What makes you say that?

Which part?
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10/29/2016 4:00:54 PM
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At 10/29/2016 3:48:05 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:34:00 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/28/2016 4:12:34 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off. Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

What makes you say that?

Which part?

An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off.

Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.
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10/29/2016 4:03:18 PM
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At 10/29/2016 1:02:37 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/28/2016 5:57:03 PM, DanneJeRusse wrote:
At 10/28/2016 3:08:28 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
The laws of physics prevents the existence of any creatures as massive as dinosaurs were said to be.

But, you don't believe in the laws of physics, they don't exist according to you.

Don't be ridiculous, I've never claimed anything other than gravity, in the "necessary for people standing on the bottom of a ball" sense of the word didn't exist. Which it doesn't, that doesn't mean that sh!t doesn't fall when you drop it.

Sorry, you're saying I'm being ridiculous? LOL.

Gravity is a theory, fact and a law of physics, which was provided by Newton long ago and refined for accuracy by Einstein. Of course, we have found that you haven't the faintest clue about physics, not even the basic elementary concepts yet somehow you're making a claim based on that which you don't know anything about.

I would be more than happy to hear what you have to say about which laws of physics exactly prevent dinosaurs from existing, show us the math as well.

Of course, we already know you won't be able to come with anything other than some lame excuse.
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10/29/2016 6:51:04 PM
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At 10/29/2016 4:00:54 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:48:05 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:34:00 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/28/2016 4:12:34 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off. Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

What makes you say that?

Which part?

An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off.

How would they be affected?

Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

An extinction level event would have killed everything above water, these deep sea creatures would've likely been the only living creatures left, so these creatures should have continued evolving into very very well adapted monsters, probably smarter than humans.
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10/29/2016 8:44:49 PM
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At 10/29/2016 6:51:04 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 4:00:54 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:48:05 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:34:00 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/28/2016 4:12:34 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off. Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

What makes you say that?

Which part?

An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off.

How would they be affected?

Your response to my questioning of your logic is your asking how an extinction level event would not have killed deep sea 'dinosaurs' which you still haven't shown to exist or even that they were claimed to have existed in the first place......

Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

An extinction level event would have killed everything above water, these deep sea creatures would've likely been the only living creatures left, so these creatures should have continued evolving into very very well adapted monsters, probably smarter than humans.

What deep sea creatures, and why would they have been spared the fate of the alleged land creatures
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10/29/2016 10:37:09 PM
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At 10/29/2016 8:44:49 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 6:51:04 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 4:00:54 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:48:05 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:34:00 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/28/2016 4:12:34 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off. Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

What makes you say that?

Which part?

An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off.

How would they be affected?

Your response to my questioning of your logic is your asking how an extinction level event would not have killed deep sea 'dinosaurs' which you still haven't shown to exist or even that they were claimed to have existed in the first place......

Liopleurodon, Basilosaurus, Jaekelopterus rhenaniae, Mauisaurus, Dunkleosteus, Kronosaurus, Helicoprion, just to name a few, are you sure you're in the right place? What type of extinction level event would kill every creature on earth, and have the ability to destroy deep sea life? If ALL life was destroyed, this means that the evolution process had to start all over. Honestly if you support evolution, you should either deny dinosaurs lived at all, or explain how dinosaur -like creatures existed after dinosaurs all simultaneously went extinct.

Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

An extinction level event would have killed everything above water, these deep sea creatures would've likely been the only living creatures left, so these creatures should have continued evolving into very very well adapted monsters, probably smarter than humans.

What deep sea creatures, and why would they have been spared the fate of the alleged land creatures

They were protected by miles of water.
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10/29/2016 10:59:42 PM
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At 10/29/2016 10:37:09 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 8:44:49 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 6:51:04 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 4:00:54 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:48:05 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:34:00 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/28/2016 4:12:34 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off. Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

What makes you say that?

Which part?

An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off.

How would they be affected?

Your response to my questioning of your logic is your asking how an extinction level event would not have killed deep sea 'dinosaurs' which you still haven't shown to exist or even that they were claimed to have existed in the first place......

Liopleurodon, Basilosaurus, Jaekelopterus rhenaniae, Mauisaurus, Dunkleosteus, Kronosaurus, Helicoprion, just to name a few, are you sure you're in the right place? What type of extinction level event would kill every creature on earth, and have the ability to destroy deep sea life? If ALL life was destroyed, this means that the evolution process had to start all over. Honestly if you support evolution, you should either deny dinosaurs lived at all, or explain how dinosaur -like creatures existed after dinosaurs all simultaneously went extinct.

Such an events are called Mass extinctions. Its blatantly obvious that not all species were affected the same. There are numerous theories. I've read many, and don't endorse any. I don't support Darwinian evolution, as I don't believe I have the necessary knowledge. I do believe in evolution if you are curious. I don't see how dinosaurs living is contradictory with dinosaur like creatures existing after the cretaceous period.

Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

An extinction level event would have killed everything above water, these deep sea creatures would've likely been the only living creatures left, so these creatures should have continued evolving into very very well adapted monsters, probably smarter than humans.

What deep sea creatures, and why would they have been spared the fate of the alleged land creatures

They were protected by miles of water.

Do you realize how deep that is? The species you've listed aren't thought to have lived at that depth. Several are not even from the cretaceous. One was a mammal...It definitely didn't have gills. What makes you think they 'should' have evolved intelligence on par with humanity?
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10/30/2016 7:41:07 AM
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At 10/29/2016 10:59:42 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 10:37:09 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 8:44:49 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 6:51:04 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 4:00:54 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:48:05 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:34:00 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/28/2016 4:12:34 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off. Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

What makes you say that?

Which part?

An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off.

How would they be affected?

Your response to my questioning of your logic is your asking how an extinction level event would not have killed deep sea 'dinosaurs' which you still haven't shown to exist or even that they were claimed to have existed in the first place......

Liopleurodon, Basilosaurus, Jaekelopterus rhenaniae, Mauisaurus, Dunkleosteus, Kronosaurus, Helicoprion, just to name a few, are you sure you're in the right place? What type of extinction level event would kill every creature on earth, and have the ability to destroy deep sea life? If ALL life was destroyed, this means that the evolution process had to start all over. Honestly if you support evolution, you should either deny dinosaurs lived at all, or explain how dinosaur -like creatures existed after dinosaurs all simultaneously went extinct.

Such an events are called Mass extinctions. Its blatantly obvious that not all species were affected the same. There are numerous theories.

How is it blatantly obvious? If an event was powerful enough to destroy all dinosaurs simultaneously, it would have spared nothing but deep cave dwellers (maybe) and all shallow water dwellers.

I've read many, and don't endorse any. I don't support Darwinian evolution, as I don't believe I have the necessary knowledge. I do believe in evolution if you are curious.

Did you come from a monkey? are you on a spinning ball?.

Quick question, What is the Mandela effect? In your own words.

I don't see how dinosaurs living is contradictory with dinosaur like creatures existing after the cretaceous period.
Well it depends on if you believe humans, or, what ever stage they've decided humans were at when some cataclysmic event killed everything else or not. That would mean that dinosaurs went through most of the evolution process, and produced basically a copy...

Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

An extinction level event would have killed everything above water, these deep sea creatures would've likely been the only living creatures left, so these creatures should have continued evolving into very very well adapted monsters, probably smarter than humans.

What deep sea creatures, and why would they have been spared the fate of the alleged land creatures

They were protected by miles of water.

Do you realize how deep that is? The species you've listed aren't thought to have lived at that depth. Several are not even from the cretaceous. One was a mammal...It definitely didn't have gills. What makes you think they 'should' have evolved intelligence on par with humanity?

Isn't that the process? Further evolved creatures are the most advanced? We would probably call them the top of the food chain, if you accept TOE. So either ALL life was destroyed, and poor TOE, Brazilians of years of hard work, left with maybe the creepy crawly things to try and get a human and some more dinosaurs out of, or some sea creatures survived, namely, those in deep waters, where they would be relatively or minimally affected by the same type of event described on the his story channel With THE ALL SEEING EYE IN THE NEW LOGO?

http://tvseriesfinale.com...
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10/30/2016 8:09:07 AM
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At 10/30/2016 7:41:07 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 10:59:42 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 10:37:09 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 8:44:49 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 6:51:04 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 4:00:54 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:48:05 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/29/2016 3:34:00 PM, Quadrunner wrote:
At 10/28/2016 4:12:34 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off. Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

What makes you say that?

Which part?

An extinction level event would not have killed deep sea dinosaurs off.

How would they be affected?

Your response to my questioning of your logic is your asking how an extinction level event would not have killed deep sea 'dinosaurs' which you still haven't shown to exist or even that they were claimed to have existed in the first place......

Liopleurodon, Basilosaurus, Jaekelopterus rhenaniae, Mauisaurus, Dunkleosteus, Kronosaurus, Helicoprion, just to name a few, are you sure you're in the right place? What type of extinction level event would kill every creature on earth, and have the ability to destroy deep sea life? If ALL life was destroyed, this means that the evolution process had to start all over. Honestly if you support evolution, you should either deny dinosaurs lived at all, or explain how dinosaur -like creatures existed after dinosaurs all simultaneously went extinct.

Such an events are called Mass extinctions. Its blatantly obvious that not all species were affected the same. There are numerous theories.

How is it blatantly obvious? If an event was powerful enough to destroy all dinosaurs simultaneously, it would have spared nothing but deep cave dwellers (maybe) and all shallow water dwellers.

I've read many, and don't endorse any. I don't support Darwinian evolution, as I don't believe I have the necessary knowledge. I do believe in evolution if you are curious.

Did you come from a monkey? are you on a spinning ball?.

I don't care what the useless reality is, but its fun to read about.

Quick question, What is the Mandela effect? In your own words.

I'm not sure to be honest. You stumped me. Perhaps I need to study more.

I don't see how dinosaurs living is contradictory with dinosaur like creatures existing after the cretaceous period.
Well it depends on if you believe humans, or, what ever stage they've decided humans were at when some cataclysmic event killed everything else or not. That would mean that dinosaurs went through most of the evolution process, and produced basically a copy...

Evolution should have brought forth deep sea super intellectual giants.

An extinction level event would have killed everything above water, these deep sea creatures would've likely been the only living creatures left, so these creatures should have continued evolving into very very well adapted monsters, probably smarter than humans.

What deep sea creatures, and why would they have been spared the fate of the alleged land creatures

They were protected by miles of water.

Do you realize how deep that is? The species you've listed aren't thought to have lived at that depth. Several are not even from the cretaceous. One was a mammal...It definitely didn't have gills. What makes you think they 'should' have evolved intelligence on par with humanity?

Isn't that the process? Further evolved creatures are the most advanced? We would probably call them the top of the food chain, if you accept TOE. So either ALL life was destroyed, and poor TOE, Brazilians of years of hard work, left with maybe the creepy crawly things to try and get a human and some more dinosaurs out of, or some sea creatures survived, namely, those in deep waters, where they would be relatively or minimally affected by the same type of event described on the his story channel With THE ALL SEEING EYE IN THE NEW LOGO?

In TOE, there are no goals, and any advancement is coincidental. All that matters is survival, mutation, and reproduction with probability and happenstance ultimately determining the evolution or lack thereof the species as it changes with its environment. We just happen to be one of the more "advanced" species. There are many primitive ones still roaming about as well that are still competitive in their domain.

Here's how I like to explain the process. Next time you are eating a bag of chips, you'll notice that some of the chips mutate, and change size allowing them to burrow to the bottom of the bag, and better evade their predator with more time for reproductive success. Over time, as your snack progresses the chips will grow smaller and smaller, until they eventually become an entirely new species....The crumb, who's specialization is at the bottom of the bag. The larger more tasty chips will remain for some time, but are eventually phased out and become locally extinct because of their inability to adapt competitively.

The notion that intelligence is required for reproductive 'success" for all organisms life cycles would be illogical if you think about it. Unfortunately I'm not able to follow the remainder of your writing well enough to comment.

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10/30/2016 9:45:37 AM
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At 10/28/2016 2:39:00 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 10/28/2016 2:07:24 AM, dee-em wrote:
The ignorance and stupidity, it hurts.


The perpetuation of Dinosaur theory, just like Evolutionary Theory and the Big Bang Theory, has become more of a religion, an orthodoxy, than a science.
You mena sorta like the giants, the sons of Anak in the bible?
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10/30/2016 10:14:26 AM
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This is some "tide goes in, tide goes out"-level of comedy. 9/10
: At 7/2/2016 3:05:07 PM, Rational_Thinker9119 wrote:
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: space contradicts logic