Were dinosaurs closer to birds or reptiles?

What was the posture of a tyrannosaurs?

Is Pluto a planet?

What is the smallest particle?

Everything in science is subject to revision with new research or new analysis.

Why does anyone take anything scientists say as absolute?

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2 responses to “Were dinosaurs closer to birds or reptiles?

  1. “Everything in science is subject to revision with new research or new analysis.”

    How dare they learn new things and change their minds based on evidence! Shame on them! Shaaaaaaame!

    • In the immortal words of Megatron, “You’re an idiot, Starscream!”

      I didn’t say I had a problem with scientific knowledge changing. I said I had a problem with idiots like you who talk of science as if it’s something absolute: that an obsolete carbon dating from the 1980s negates all the later findings proving the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin; that one “expert physician” who spent less than 5 minutes in Terri Schiavo’s room was considered more credible in his medical opinion than several experts on her parents’ side who had been with her for hours at a time for many sessions (and then, months after she was killed, anecdotal studies were published about people in so-called PVS states being revived by Ambien); that currently accepted theories about the manner in which the universe came to be somehow negate the idea of a Creator: garbage notions like that.

      BTW, the Church merely told Galileo to wait until his discoveries were corroborated. Newton called him an idiot and said his theories were scientifically impossible. The Church praised the Big Bang Theory; Einstein said it was nonsense.

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