Recover Bin Ladens body? What's the rush?

Written by Gary Potter

Monday, 2 May 2011

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Bonkers evolutionists are claiming that there is no rush if anyone needs to reclaim the remains of international terrorist Osama Bin Laden, who was supposedly buried at sea today.

According to the phoney baloney theory, it takes millions of years for fossils to form, so they are claiming that there is no hurry, if the public shows unrest by the evidence of his death from simple photoshopped photographs.

Dawkin Richards, evolution fundamentalist, said "I don't think we can trust the DNA tests. As our evolutionary theory claims, mutations take place at the drop of a hat, and it would not surprise me if the results indicate that Bin Ladens DNA is 98.5% similar to a chimpanzee, and 50% similar to a mouse. Although the fossil record has proven to refute evolution, we believe that it takes millions of years to produce fossils, so we can simply reclaim the corpse"

A real scientist was less convinced.

"DNA testing is incredibly reliable, and evolutionists misrepresent the data when they claim that 98.5% or whatever, is similar to that of say a chimpanzee. They don't tell you that they are only comparing the coding element of the DNA which is relatively small. Let's not forget that only in the early 70s, did they claim that 98.5% of human DNA was 'junk'! Just because they didn't understand it, they labelled it junk dna! Thanks to real science, we are finding that more and more of the DNA is used at some stage or another."

He continued:

"As for the fossils, that is a straight forward hoax. It was announced today (2/5/11) that collagen (a dominant bone protein) was found in the bone of a Mosasaur, a marine lizard, in a chalk bed in Belgium. They strangely claim that this bone is 70 million years old!! Now that really is slow decay! They alledge that sedimentary deposits accumulate over millions of years - yet the specimen waits around without decaying or being scavenged etc. It's just plain bull droppings. The only way that soft tissues could possibly be preserved would be under extreme circumstances such as rapid burial."

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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