Sunday, February 12, 2017

Arctic Dinosaurs Support the Bible

At the Alaskan Public Lands Centers the evolutionists tell you:
“Dinosaurs in Alaska: Do you picture dinosaurs in tropical jungles and hot climates? You probably doubt dinosaurs could have lived in Alaska. Yet dinosaurs not only lived here more than 65 million years ago (Jeremy: 4000 to 2347 BC), they thrived!”
“The story of the discovery of dinosaurs in Alaska began by accident in 1961.  A geologist exploring along the Colville River on Alaska’s North Slope discovered what he assumed were bone samples from Ice Age animals (Jeremy: Pleistocene mammals. He should have noticed that unlike the un-petrified mammal bones these bones were fossilized), probably no more than two million years old, and didn't try to identify them further. (Jeremy : This is typical of evolutionists blinded by things that contradict their theories.)  Then in 1978, another geologist found dinosaur footprints near Black Lake on the Alaska Peninsula. These footprints and other imprints found elsewhere in Alaska in the 1970s revolutionized the thinking about the possibility that dinosaurs had at one time lived in Alaska.  In 1984, a USGS geologist reexamined the 1961 fossils and identified them as the first dinosaur bones found in Alaska.  To date, at least 12 different types of dinosaurs have been discovered on the North Slope.  In 1994, a 90 million year old (dated from 2347 BC by creation scientists) hadrosaur was discovered in the central Talkeetna Mountains.  It is the oldest hadrosaur known in Alaska and one of the oldest in North America.” 
“Some of the same polar dinosaurs that lived in Alaska, also lived in areas as far south as Texas. Paleontologists hope to one day understand how the polar dinosaurs survived the cold, (Jeremy: Why assume this? This is a belief in Charles Lyell’s Uniformitarian theory. Everything that happened in the past is like what is happening in the present. This has been proven FALSE.) whether they were warm-blooded like modern birds (Jeremy: Assuming their de-evolution into smaller birds. Evolution can only go from small to large.) and mammals or coldblooded like modern reptiles (Jeremy: This would also be de-evolution from warm blooded to cold blooded), if dinosaurs migrated with the seasons, and why they became extinct.” (Jeremy; From the paleontological and biblical evidence it is more likely the climate was tropical at the poles due to a water canopy radiation shield surrounding the earth creating a greenhouse effect as described in the Bible and supported by evidence found in the fossil record by secular scientists.) says: “Earth’s climate during the Mesozoic Era was generally warm, and there was less difference in temperature between equatorial and polar latitudes than there is today.” This contradicts what other paleontologists are saying above. It was tropical all over the world, including the Antarctic. The water above the firmament produced higher atmospheric pressure, and there was more oxygen and carbon dioxide. This has been proven by evidence found by secular scientists in air bubbles in amber.
Here is what the evolutionists at the United States Geological Survey have to say about this:
Air BubblesAmber, and Dinosaurs - USGS Our Planet Through Chemistry - Air BubblesAmber, and Dinosaurs. ... Did the higher oxygen support the now extinct dinosaurs?
“The recent extraction by scientists, of ancient DNA from organisms entombed in amber much like in the science-fiction novel and movie, Jurassic Park is an example of why scientists are intensely interested in amber. Minute bubbles of ancient air trapped by successive flows of tree resin during the life of the tree are preserved in the amber. Analyses of the gases in these bubbles show that the earth’s atmosphere, 67 million years ago (i.e. 2347 BC the time of the Flood of Noah. This is also supported by the 1/3rd drop in life spans given in the Bible chronologies.), contained nearly 35 percent oxygen compared to present levels of 21 percent. Results are based upon more than 300 analyses by USGS scientists of Cretaceous, Tertiary, and recent-age amber from 16 world sites. The oldest amber in this study is about 130 million (Jeremy: 2347 BC) years old.”
They have also found the Carbon Dioxide content was greater which would account for the huge amount of vegetation, life spans, and larger sizes of the living organisms that thrived at this time.  
Some evolutionists have ridiculed Al Gore in my presence, who claims this would falsely cause destructive global warming. South Polar dinosaurs proliferated during the Early Cretaceous (145–100 Ma) (Jeremy: Wrong!) while the continent of Australia was still linked to Antarctica to form East ...
Several techniques have been used to deduce the ancient climate of Gondwana in the Early Cretaceous. One technique involves looking at the levels of oxygen isotopes in the rocks from the time. These have suggested estimated mean annual temperatures of between 0 and 8 °C (32 and 46 °F). The rocks with associated mammal and dinosaur fossils show evidence of permafrost, features such as ice wedging, patterning and hummocked ground. Permafrost today occurs in temperature ranges of between −2 and 3 °C (28 and 37 °F).
Another method used to deduce the climate of the time is to use the types of plants found in the fossil record. The fossil record shows a floral community dominated by conifersginkgoesfernscycadsbryophyteshorsetails (Jeremy: These are mentioned in Job 40 where it mentions that Behemoth, a sauropod dinosaur, lied under the Horsetails in the river after the Flood.) and a few flowering plants. The plants indicated, through structural adaptations, a seasonal cold period and a mean annual temperature around 10 °C (50 °F) (higher than found by the oxygen isotope data) and the presence of ferns and bryophytes indicates rainy conditions. A large inland sea that extended into central Australia modified its continental climate.”

Wrong, the inland sea was an incision during the Flood as the waters invaded the land going to fro. The Flood took a few weeks or months to cover the land under a world ocean. During this period is when dinosaurs made tracks in volcanic mud between tidal impacts.

 North slope of Alaska
 North slop of Alaska toward the North Pole.
 A track Eubrontes made by theropod dinosaur.
 A dinosaur rib being excavated in Alaska's north slope.

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