T-Rex would have tipped over. Diplodocus couldn't have eaten enough to sustain itself

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The tail of a T-Rex would not have been heavy enough to prevent the T-Rex from falling forwards. The diplodocus was a herbivore and could not have eaten enough vegetation to sustain itself even if it ate all day.
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dinosaur skeletons were put there by the devil to trick people into believing in evolution anyway so this isn't surprising
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Wonderful claim. Any evidence, however?
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Dinosaurs never existed. Pure fantasy.

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Blah blah and bees have wings that aren't aerodynamic and they shouldnt be able to fly... yet they do. Op needs to learn a little about evidence.
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Blah blah and bees have wings that aren't aerodynamic and they shouldnt be able to fly... yet they do. Op needs to learn a little about evidence.
I think the OP is giving you evidence, but you've got your thumbs in your ears and your hands over your eyes because you love dino's and you don't want to have to take down your Jurassic Park bedroom wallpaper or bin your Jurassic Park duvet cover and pillow case. Dino's were never real young nipper.
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I think the OP is giving you evidence, but you've got your thumbs in your ears and your hands over your eyes because you love dino's and you don't want to have to take down your Jurassic Park bedroom wallpaper or bin your Jurassic Park duvet cover and pillow case. Dino's were never real young nipper.
Op made a statement with no eveidence. No source, nothing
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the t rexes worked in pairs: one would hold onto the other's tail to stop it falling over while it caught their lunch.

the diplodoci supplemented their foliage diet with energy drinks from mineral springs.
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oh my god this all the evidence for god I need hail jesus!
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I think the OP is giving you evidence, but you've got your thumbs in your ears and your hands over your eyes because you love dino's and you don't want to have to take down your Jurassic Park bedroom wallpaper or bin your Jurassic Park duvet cover and pillow case. Dino's were never real young nipper.
This is just one of your problems. You simply don't understand the concept of evidence.

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This is just one of your problems. You simply don't understand the concept of evidence.

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Evidence is used to prove something which is not the truth. If everyone admitted they were guilty, then why would we have the need for evidence?

You need to use something called 'discernment' on the evidence, to see that dinosaurs are not the truth. And then when you understand this you might find that God is true, if He lets you see that is.

When you have faith in God then you don't need evidence anymore mate, because you've arrived at the truth . Blessed be the LORD our God who came to us as the man Jesus Christ and is coming again to receive His children and destroy all that are proud, Amen to that. Woooohoooo, Have some of that!!! In the back of the net....Goal goal goal goal gooooooaaaal!!!!
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Evidence is used to prove something which is not the truth. If everyone admitted they were guilty, then why would we have the need for evidence?

You need to use something called 'discernment' on the evidence, to see that dinosaurs are not the truth. And then when you understand this you might find that God is true, if He lets you see that is.

When you have faith in God then you don't need evidence anymore mate, because you've arrived at the truth . Blessed be the LORD our God who came to us as the man Jesus Christ and is coming again to receive His children and destroy all that are proud, Amen to that. Woooohoooo, Have some of that!!! In the back of the net....Goal goal goal goal gooooooaaaal!!!!
Two possibilities occur to me... First, that you are doing this as an experiment in trying to get certain viewpoints into greater public consciousness, perhaps as part of a psychology degree. Second, that 'Drummond' is in fact an AI.

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