Dino Drawings.

Wenlok

New Member
http://www.genesispark.com/exhibits/evidence/historical/ancient/dinosaur/

Yes friends, its this. The most common collection of images presented my creationists as proof that dinos lived only 5000 years ago.

I dont have to Required material to confirm or date these objects, nor the historical background to expain how these people could have created such similar drawings and sculptures to dinosaurs. Is this proof of recent dinos?

You tell me.

Cheers.
 

borrofburi

New Member
I'm confused, how do they know the drawings are non-fiction? Is their argument really that dragons must necessarily have been based on a living extant creature that was really a dinosaur?
 

Wenlok

New Member
Your right, many of them are so vague and distorted that its hard to believe they resemble anything like a dinosaur.
But the ones im specific about are the ones found in Ta Prohm that is undoubtedly a stago. And the branto at Natural Bridges National Monument. Those two are ones im having trouble explaining. And it seems like the stago pic is very popular with Nephilimfree also :roll:

Cheers.
 

borrofburi

New Member
So a dog/cat/bull four legged animal thing with a background that looks like spikes (note the horse head below it with a stylized mane and a flower-like background) and some pareidolia is somehow supposed to make up for a 64 million year gap in the fossil record between dinosaur and human fossils (including human tools)?

I rather enjoyed the results section of this paper, very thorough: http://palaeo-electronica.org/2011_1/236/index.html
 

Wenlok

New Member
Hmm i never noticed that. I guess in light of the other obviously large leaps of faith, it can be argued thaf they are just coincidences or rather exaggerated drawn similarities by the creationists.

Cheers.
 

Visaki

New Member
I browsed through the article and noticed one thing; They are actually using Dr Cabrera's Ica Stones as evidence. It's been known for years that those are frauds, made by local people and sold for profit.
 

Sparhafoc

Well-Known Member
I love sites like that cited in the OP; they're great for a laugh.

The thing is that they only convince people who are already ignorant, uneducated and lost in a fictional narrative. Anyone with so much as a passing clue shakes their head in hilarious despair at the antics going on there.

While in the UK, I showed the site to a staunchly Christian friend of mine who said it made him question what he was doing in a club with such people! :lol:
 
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