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Plus no fossils of an advanced ape as seen in the pic have been discovered concurrent with dinos.
Originally posted by harrisjohns
Interesting photo but the fossil doesn't seem to resemble anything remotely ape like - the skull is reptilian, for a start.
Originally posted by Gazrok
Last I checked, apes and humans didn't have tails....
The vertebrae is extending WAY too far, and there is no pelvis. This is screaming fake, or misidentification at best...
WHY DID WE DO IT?
Earlier this year, I debated Paul Gammill at our January 13th NMSR meeting. Gammill presented the case for "Intelligent Design," and I presented the case for "Evolution." Both of us had agreed to present hypothetical findings which could, in principle, falsify the theory each of us was defending. One of the arguments I presented as something which would certainly call evolution into question, if it were ever discovered, would be to find the bones of a human and a dinosaur inextricably linked, as shown below.
"Onyate Man" began life as a cartoon by David E. Thomas. Kim Johnson had the idea of making this illustration the basis of our annual April Fool's prank. Mark Boslough added the final touch: the name "Onyate Man."
Let's face it. The typical creationist arguments against evolution are ineffectual and weak. As German colleagues Hanz and Franz would say, the typical "Too much dust on the moon" or "Evolution violates the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics" creationist arguments are wimpy, pathetic "Girly-man" evidence. If creationists want to impress real scientists, they must start supplying "manly-man" evidence - like Onyate Man would have been, if only he had been Real.