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    Default Dinosaur soft tissue and dinosaur DNA.

    Dinosaur soft tissue and dinosaur DNA.
    Problem is, it's proven and factual. Also, we are finding carbon-14 in these samples proving their true age to be well under 57,000 years.

    You will hear from the scoffers ... it's a hoax, it's contaminated, fraud ...

    Please check out the evidence for your self. Another little piece of data that has been swept under the rug is that the Neanderthal DNA has been sequenced. Its closer to man then a chimp is to a chimp within the same species of chimps. Neanderthals' are 100% human. DNA doesn't lie!

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    Default Re: Dinosaur soft tissue and dinosaur DNA.

    Having a 57k bce dinosaur corpse would help explain several anomalies to the current archeological paradigm:

    a) inscriptions of dinosaurs on the walls of temples in south asia (i recall a tricerotops, and i believe there's others).

    b) diagrams on artifacts shown by Klaus Donna that show dinosaur aquatic creatures

    d) hominid tracks in the same rock layer as those of dinosaurs (i have heard of several of these cases).

    So, although some dinosaurs may have been very old in age, perhaps some lived on into human times.

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    I am uncomfortable with most geological dating it just cannot possibly work. I am not a creationist per se....but I also feel hard core Dawinism is not sensible.
    We're missing something....not sure what though.

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    Default Re: Dinosaur soft tissue and dinosaur DNA.

    Quote Posted by CurEus (here)
    I am uncomfortable with most geological dating it just cannot possibly work. I am not a creationist per se....but I also feel hard core Dawinism is not sensible.
    We're missing something....not sure what though.
    Phenotypic polymorphism:

    Quote Phenotypic polymorphism is a consequence of developmental plasticity, in which the trajectories of developing organisms diverge under the influence of cues.
    Hormones are the chemical messengers that get into the nuclei of cells and rewrite genetic expression, which, in turn, rewrite the DNA code. Change the energetics of an environment, and you can change the the hormonal adaptive response to that environment. If the energetics of an environment are sufficiently drastic enough, you could possibly change the full morph of the body. Denisovans, Neanderthals, Homo sapiens...is it possible they’re all polymorphic blueprints embedded within a singular DNA code?

    We could be the giants and the giants could be us! We just don’t live in an energetic environment conducive to our grander potential just yet, imo.

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    Yuga Cycles:
    The ages see a gradual decline of dharma, wisdom, knowledge, intellectual capability, life span, emotional and physical strength.

    Satya Yuga – Virtue reigns supreme. Human stature was 21 cubits. Average human lifespan was 100,000 years.
    Treta Yuga – There was 3 quarter virtue and 1 quarter sin. Normal human stature was 14 cubits. Average human lifespan was 10,000 years.
    Dwapara Yuga – There was 1 half virtue & 1 half sin. Normal human stature was 7 cubits. Average human lifespan was 1,000 years.
    Kali Yuga – There is 1 quarter virtue & 3 quarter sin. Normal human stature is 3.5 cubits. Average human lifespan will be 100 years.
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    Sounds bizarre, but could there be some truth to it? Maybe evolution is more malleable than most people give it credit.

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    Default Re: Dinosaur soft tissue and dinosaur DNA.

    Russia plans $10 million dollar Jurassic park cloning fascility

    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-...-park-13163552

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