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Dinosaur Extinction and Global Catastrophe

Every schoolchild knows that the dinosaurs died out because a giant meteorite—possibly even an asteroid—hit the Earth at Chicxulub in Mexico at the end of the Cretaceous period, sending up a great global cloud of dust, which killed off all the dinosaurs. Remarkably, environmentally sensitive creatures like butterflies and frogs were unaffected by this evolutionary [...]

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Mokele-Mbembe: The Beast of the Congo

Author and friend William Gibbons has recently released his book Mokele-Mbembe: Mystery Beast of the Congo Basin, which combines all of the research and exploration done in the Congo of Africa over the last several decades into one exciting journey. Mr. Gibbons, coauthor of the book Claws Jaws and Dinosaurs with Dr. Kent Hovind in [...]

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Tyrannosaurus Rex Was a Cannibal?

The Discovery News article, “Tyrannosaurus Rex Was a Cannibal,” provides a great teachable moment for those with open minds. The author claims T-rex was a cannibal because there were large teeth marks on a T-rex bone and T-rex “is known to have been the only big carnivore in western North America 65 million years ago.” [...]

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The number of dinosaurs may be greatly exaggerated?

The article “Deceived by the Morpho-saurs” (July 31, 2010) in New Scientist magazine reveals several serious problems evolutionists have frequently overlooked. The author admits that the number of dinosaurs may be greatly exaggerated (I agree!) since some dinosaurs change shapes so radically as they grow that they now have different species names for the same [...]

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