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Topics: Dinosaurs, noah

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

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Scientists from around the world have gathered together for a conference to agree once and for all on what exactly killed off all the dinosaurs so many millions of years ago. They have reached the agreement that it was an meteor strike that made them all bite the bullet.

However, proof has been discovered that takes a different direction, stating evidence has been found that points to a problem occurring when Noah came around with his ark at the time of the great flood.

The Ark was already full with the other creatures and wasn't too keen on bringing the huge beasties on board. One brontosaurus alone was the size of a whole deck. Also, many had established a taste for mammals, including human ones.

Noah, after consulting with the other human and equally edible passengers, decided to leave the Stone Age beasts off the Ark, hoping that God would not notice their absence.

He didn't.

It should be noted that there is another conspiracy theory stating that if it is true what the Christian anti-evolutionists say about dinosaurs only being a couple thousand years old, then there is the suspicion that some of the early believers beat the few, poor remaining dinosaurs to death so that they wouldn't conflict with the Genesis version of creation.

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