Dinosaur Killer (Extinction)

Posted: October 28th, 2008 under Answers in Genesis, Creation Blog, Dinosaurs.
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Answers Magazine published an article by YEC Paul Taylor which tries to discredit the theory that the dinosaur extinction was caused by a meteorite impact.  The article contains three problems with the theory, all of which fail to provide any proof against the impact theory.  To the contrary, when you do the math, a meteorite impact makes much more sense than his theory that the iridium in the K-T Boundary came from volcanoes.  You can read my rebuttal here.

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  • Comment by Andy — November 6, 2008 @ 11:37 am

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    I obviously will not convince you to believe in a young earth, but I cannot believe that the evidence for an old earth is at all convincing. Especially regarding the soft tissue found in T-Rex bones. You have to be entirely gulible to think that soft tissue could survive 65 million years. I’m sure the old earth crowd will find a way to continue to propagate the fairytale.


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