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#1 Calypsis4

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 09:56 AM

I love and respect Ken Ham and Answers in Genesis but I think they were wrong on the reported Japanese Plesiosaur discovery in 1977. I also feel the same way about the Paluxy river footprints and the moon dust position that they have told us to not present as evidence for our creationist postion. We might disagree among ourselves on this one, brethren but if we do I will try to be gracious to the critics of this position. But one at a time>

Here is why I think they were in error on the plesiosaur find:


Posted Image The skeptics claim that this was merely a basking shark.



Does it look like a basking shark to you, fellow Christians? Below is a picture of a basking shark:


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Notice two main things; The mouth and head are completely different from a basking shark and the creature that was fished up by the Japanese had no dorsal fin...either on the upper nor lower part of the torso. Basking sharks do.

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Mishishiko Yano, the crews oceanographer took several photos of the creature before the horrible smelling thing was thrown back into the ocean. Big mistake, for that find, had it been saved for further examination could have dealt a huge blow against the evolutinary assumption that all dinosaurs are extinct and were never contemporary with man. Nonetheless, Yano made a drawing of his discovery and made it public.

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Again, as it is compared with a plesiosaur then how could the critics justify their claim that it was a 'basking shark'? But to this day evolutionists and unfortunately some creationists claim it was nothing more than a dead basking shark. The claim is that after a chemical analysis of the organisms flesh that it matched that of a basking shark. Well, no, as Malcom Bowden pointed out in his lengthy article on the matter the analysis revealed it was only very similar to a basking shark. But this only begs the question; what about a chemical analysis comparison with an actual plesiosaur? Ah, but that puts a crimp in things because there is no chemical analysis with any known plesiosaur. So the critics claims are empty on this point.

http://www.mbowden.s...et/plsfin13.htm

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 12:32 PM

I think Luis & Clark found a not too old fossil of one
The debate has been going on for awhile;

Here are links of other supposed one's that have been found:

Luis & Clark find
http://franceshunter...ous-large-fish/

Parkie
http://creation.com/...va-scotia-coast
http://www.creationr...8_1/Cryptid.htm

blog on Zuiyo Maru Catch and other posts
http://smtp.anteleco...saur/item_4.htm

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 02:43 PM

I think Luis & Clark found a not too old fossil of one
The debate has been going on for awhile;

Here are links of other supposed one's that have been found:

Luis & Clark find
http://franceshunter...ous-large-fish/

Parkie
http://creation.com/...va-scotia-coast
http://www.creationr...8_1/Cryptid.htm

blog on Zuiyo Maru Catch and other posts
http://smtp.anteleco...saur/item_4.htm


Thanks. I've seen those.

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Posted 16 May 2012 - 01:34 AM

Apparently when a basking shark dies, the corpse ends up looking like that.
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Posted 17 May 2012 - 03:33 AM

Apparently when a basking shark dies, the corpse ends up looking like that.

In the evolutionists imagination I suppose.... :yoda:




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