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View Poll Results: Was tyrannosaurus rex was a strict vegetarian, and lived with Adam and Eve?
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Old 04-09-2007, 04:03 PM #22
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Old 04-09-2007, 04:14 PM #23
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Exactly.

Good argument, Rambo won't be able to touch that kind of logic.
what logic? the logic that a uniformity of paradigm applies? just because a lion now a days may not be vegetarian, does not necessarily equate that in a different kosmos (world system), as I believe - they would be at that time.

The assumption that many make is that the same observations we make with animals we now have available to observe, applies to animals previous to what many believe as a catastrophic flood event.

I just don't happen to make that assumption. I happen to believe that animal "nature" was probably somewhat different 5,000-10,000 years ago.
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can't know for sure. certain kinds of teeth, and a lot of assumption does not make for anything bus speculation.
Show me an animal with sharp *** dagger like teeth that is a vegetarian and ill say that dinosaurs werent real, they were just jesus horses.
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Show me an animal with sharp *** dagger like teeth that is a vegetarian and ill say that dinosaurs werent real, they were just jesus horses.
- see below... But I never said you had to say that Dino's aren't' real, only the possibility that the trex MIGHT have been a vegetarian or perhaps an omnivore.
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anyways, are lions strict vegetarians, ...
there has been documented cases. there are also samples of modern animals that seem to have carnivorous teeth, but aren't:



the skulls of a frugivorous and nectarivorous modern animal.
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the skull of a frugivorous or nectarivorous modern animal.
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See how your skull has flat molars? This t-rex skull has no dull teeth, AT ALL!
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interesting. Btw, I wasn't taking sides, just making a simple point that we can coexist with carnivores/omnivores.
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See how your skull has flat molars? This t-rex skull has no dull teeth, AT ALL!
I added a couple more, assuming you or someone like you would say that - they look to be sharp dagger like to me, but hay, you can disagree. the coldbloodedness or warmbloodedness of the dinos is debated, as well as whether the t-rex was a predator or a scavenger, etc. (including if it was omnivore or vegan)
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Those who say you can't know for sure about something as concrete as dinosaur fossils are immune to logic. As my favorite quote go's,

"Arguing with creationists is like playing chess with a pigeon. They come in, knock over the pieces, **** on the board, and fly back to their flock to claim victory."
If you could tell me who said that, I would appreciate it.
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I added a couple more, assuming you or someone like you would say that - they look to be sharp dagger like to me, but hay, you can disagree. the coldbloodedness or warmbloodedness of the dinos is debated, as well as whether the t-rex was a predator or a scavenger, etc. (including if it was omnivore or vegan)
if they were warm blooded then why haven't they found any dinosaur fossils in the arctic? it would be a good place to look since the cold might have helped to preserve them and aide in fossilization and all. dinousaurs are the ancestors of modern reptiles. Off the top of my head I cannot think of a single endothermic reptile. I felt like using big words that I learned in my college biology class. We're going over evolution right now too.
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if they were warm blooded then why haven't they found any dinosaur fossils in the arctic? it would be a good place to look since the cold might have helped to preserve them and aide in fossilization and all. dinousaurs are the ancestors of modern reptiles. Off the top of my head I cannot think of a single endothermic reptile. I felt like using big words that I learned in my college biology class. We're going over evolution right now too.
Um they have found dinosaur bones in the arctic including T-rex.
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Um they have found dinosaur bones in the arctic including T-rex.
prove it and I will admit to being wrong.
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I was wrong, although from the sound of things the arctic was not cold at the time it had dinosaurs.
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I was wrong, although from the sound of things the arctic was not cold at the time it had dinosaurs.
Yes I realize this remember you just said in the arctic. At one point all continents were connected (pangea) and the arctic shifted.
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"Arguing with creationists is like playing chess with a pigeon. They come in, knock over the pieces, **** on the board, and fly back to their flock to claim victory."
That quote is so good. And for some reason I can apply it to other groups beyond creationists...not naming any names though...
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Actually there are suppossed to be more like birds than reptiles...
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Actually there are suppossed to be more like birds than reptiles...
Qft its all in relation to the sacral vertebrate (i think that the name). Look at how modern reptiles walk they bend their legs at like 90 degrees in relation to the body while dinosaurs and birds come straight down from the body and bend backwards/forwards at the knee.
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what logic? the logic that a uniformity of paradigm applies? just because a lion now a days may not be vegetarian, does not necessarily equate that in a different kosmos (world system), as I believe - they would be at that time.

The assumption that many make is that the same observations we make with animals we now have available to observe, applies to animals previous to what many believe as a catastrophic flood event.

I just don't happen to make that assumption. I happen to believe that animal "nature" was probably somewhat different 5,000-10,000 years ago.
Well good thing dinosaur's are millions of years old. Humans could probably eat grass 5,000 years ago and derieve energy from it coulden't they?
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Actually there are suppossed to be more like birds than reptiles...
fine I'm wrong again, but they all could have evolved from the same animals.
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All he was saying is that we don't really know what all they ate based on their teeth.
Which is a fair position if you're a nihilist and believe in the complete rejection of logic I suppose.

There is no animal on the entire earth with teeth like this that is strictly herbivorous



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