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originally posted by: the owlbear
Nearly all of the outward appearance of dinosaurs is conjecture, a shoulder-shrugged guess, or worse yet, some *hole scientist writing his opinion down as fact.
It's as simple as this...
WE DONT KNOW AND DUE TO THE AGE OF SPECIMENS STUDIED, WE NEVER WILL.
It's just too hard for people to say we don't know something and quite possibly will never have the technology available to do so...
originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
originally posted by: Raggedyman
originally posted by: PhyllidaDavenport
Well to be honest I never even knew they thought it had feathers! Shows how much I know. It was a land animal didn't fly so why would it have feathers?
Evolution demands that dinosaurs has feathers to justify dinosaurs evolving into birds and flying away
Your willful ignorance of evolution never ceases to amaze.
There is plenty of speculative evidence dinos didnt have feathers, just doesnt help evolution theory or scientists receiving grants.
There's also plenty of concrete evidence that many species did have feathers (or feather like structures).