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Originally posted by skep
It's proven that dinosaurs were intelligent. They were the most intelligent life form on the planet, in their day. We don't know much about the mammals who coexisted with the Dino since they spent most of their time hiding from...the Dinos.
Possibly you are hoping for a postulation that Donosaurs were soooo smart that they provided the technology for Noah to build his impossible Ark, you remember, the one sooo large that its top deck reached into the Stratosphere. It had to be that high since the width and length have been calculated adinfinitum by true believers. Noah would have needed lots of technology to deal with the hight of the Ark and the below zero temperatures and absence of oxygen in the upper reaches of our atmosphere.
Possibly, those intelligent Dino provided the space suits necessary for both the animals boarded in the upper decks and those who fed and cleaned up after them.
Noah probably asked the Dinos if they would like to be "saved" from the wrath of god and they most likely declined the offer, them being advanced and all like that. I understand that the Germans, people the biblical writers also didn't know about, built the super fast elevator necessary to reach the upper decks since to do it other wise would have taken sooo long the flood would have long since receeded, making the trip up to clean up all the dead animals unnecessary.
Can you imagine the difficulty keeping a boat upright with decks reaching thousands of feet in the air? Boy Howdy!
Did I remember to say..."Boy Howdy"?
I heve heard a lot of speculation on how the t-rex was able to eat or catch anything with its short arms.
Originally posted by sdunklee72520
At the limestone quarry where I work I have found several items made from iron that were totaly encased in what is suppose to be 6o million year old limestone
Who speculates about this? It's silly
Originally posted by Nygdan
I don't think that anyone speculate that it couldn't eat because of this, but there is some debate over whether it hunted live prey or scavenged. If you think about it, having arms developed like that doesn't seem like an adaptation for hunting.
Originally posted by riley
Even pitbulls have been bred to take down prey primarily by their teeth. . speaking of.. would it be possible that they got 'lock jaw' the same way?
Originally posted by riley
I disagree.. the tapered shape would've been ideal for charging [speed and impact] and dragging prey down with the sheer body weight.
Other dinosaurs [of similar shape] don't really have large arms to they?