Dinosaurs once habituated Earth from Triassic to the Cretaceous (Jeremy: Triassic to Cretaceous Strata. The assumption that these are Periods of geologic history is an interpretation. Creation scientists believe they were tidal impacts at different elevations.) However, they became extinct due to some
unknown reason. (Jeremy: They ignore the evidence that points to a worldwide flood and geologic upheaval) There are many theories put forward to give reasons for the extinction of Dinosaurs. (Jeremy: Most of these avoid cataclysms by assuming the uniformitarian theory by Charles Lyell of slow gradual deposition over millions of years on which Darwinism was based, but since the discovery of the KT boundary impacts things are changing) One of the most popular theories is that the Earth was hit by an asteroid that led to catastrophic global devastation. This devastation led to their extinction. Another theory is that of Volcano, Greenhouse theory which suggests that the Dinosaurs were killed due to extensive volcanic activity. (Jeremy: All of these theories are correct. Several asteroids and meteorites struck the earth in 2347 BC and again in about 1900 BC. Causing worldwide earth quakes called orogeny forming mountain ranges, faults, mega volcanic eruptions, and flooding. Most dinosaurs are buried in volcanic ash by water.)
Another theory which is supported well by available data is that the Dinosaurs were killed by mass flooding. The fact that most of the graveyards of the dinosaurs was caused by the huge amount of water supports the theory that the mass destruction of the dinosaurs must have been caused by mass flooding.
The Graveyards of Dinosaurs
One of the largest fossil repositories in the world is that of The Dinosaur National Monument fossil quarry. This quarry has some, 1,600 fossils of fossilized dinosaur. The monument gives some insight on the cause for such a huge fossilized graveyard. In the monument opposite the rock face is a mural painting which depicts several dinosaurs wading through the water and below which is written “after a seasonal flood” (Jeremy: This is a lie. These deposits cover many states for thousands of miles, and are found on other continents and are a mile deep.) This is clear evidence that the carcasses of dinosaur was brought by muddy water and then washed into a sandbar. Some of this got completely buried in the sand and got preserved in a somewhat perfect state. (Jeremy: All mixed with minerals in the volcanic ash, which created petrification, surrounded by articulated freshwater clams buried alive.)
In 2007 a massive bed of fossils was uncovered at Lo Heuco in Spain, which contained almost 8000 fossils of an estimated 100 Titanosauruses along with other species of dinosaurs. Later on such a massive fossilization was accounted to be due to heavy flooding by a paleontologist at Cuenca’s museum.
There are many historical evidences of floods like that of the Noah global flood which support the mass destruction of dinosaurs due to mass flooding.