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Robertsc

aka paleontology fanatic

  • I live in My house
  • I was born on February 13
  • My occupation is paleontologist
  • I am Male
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  • Why are you so against christians? I was looking through some forums, and you were beating on us. First off, I have never met anyone who ignores facts to defend christianity. If you present me with a fact, I will search the bible till I can find something that shows it is allowable. I NEVER disprove a therory without proof it is false. Second, just because I believe all dinosaurs were herbavores pre-fall doesn't mean that I am going to disprove ANY fact about dinosaurs. All I disagree about is the dates, and the fact that a T-rex never fought a stegosaurus. Do your research, carbon dating is WAY off. If you think its not, then mnt. st. Helens erupted millions of years ago? I don't want to argue about religion though, because it takes focus away from finding SOLID facts about dinosaurs. Thanks! :)

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    • First of all, what proof do you have that carbon dating is off? Second of all, Tyrannosaurus and Stegosaurus lived in different habitats anyways. Third of all, why have sharp teeth when you're not going to eat meat? It's about as useless as having hands but not using them. That's all i'm going to say.

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    • 1. There have been many times (e.g. Mnt. st. Helens) when people have watched a rock be formed from lava, then carbon date it. Almost always it says the rock was formed from lava millions of years ago, when people saw it formed two hours ago!

      2. Fossils are still being found, so how do we know that a t-rex fossil won't be found two feet away from a stegosaur?

      3. There are many therories. One says that maybe they all ate fruits that had hard shells, nuts, watermelon, cantalope. Or, perhaps God programed them with a genetic modifaction to grow sharp teeth or horns or spikes after man sinned.

      4. Yes most creationists do believe that genetic modifacation is real. We can see it in dogs, cats, finches, almost every thing, yet our view of it is different than that of evoloutionists.

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    • Eh, still won't buy it. I'll just go my way, and you just go your way. Thank you and have a nice day.

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    • Same.

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  • I'm obsessed with dinosaurs too!. And everything else that is extinct, Whether it be medium sized phytosaurs, prehistoric crocodilians or placoderms etc..

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  • hello

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  • What i ment was not many people were talking at that time.

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    • Okay. I understand that since there are more people edit and not comment than there are ones that edit and DO comment. This wiki is actually continually active but not many people talk on here from what i've seen. 

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    • Ok

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  • I was born in 16th of February (this is my real birthday). The one in my Profile info. is just a joke, me being born in New Year. My brother was born in February 29th, so technically I'm older than him (he's "2" years older than me). :)

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  • Robertsc Coprolite is not a dinosaur and it is also not an insect

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    • Why are you telling me? If I added it then I would be able to remove it but I can't. 

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  • Hi, welcome to Dinopedia! Thanks for your edit to the Tyrannosaurus rex page.

    Please leave me a message if I can help with anything!

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