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Dinosaurs - the largest cover-up ever in Natural History - Worldwide exclusive news

Discussion in 'Creation & Evolution' started by MattMarriott, Jun 5, 2005.

  1. MattMarriott

    MattMarriott Active Member

    From Hoax to Cover-up
    Phase 1 of evolution theory, the Piltdown Man phase: the main technique used to fool people was planting hoaxes.
    Phase 2 of evolution theory, the Dinosaur phase: the main task is to cover-up REAL findings.

    Reversed Profession - Burying instead of Digging Out Dinosaur Fossils
    Today the main purpose of people working in the illuminati payroll digging out in the field (palaeontologists, etc) is to cover-up scores of findings concerning dinosaurs.
    Each of these findings is sufficient to expose immediately evolution theory as a lie, even to a six year old child.

    Please post here information on such findings and cover-ups around the world.
    After one week, I will expose, may God will, one of those ongoing cover-ups, which I think is the largest cover-up ever in Natural History.

    - the cover-up is not about coexisisting humans and dinosaurs - because thereґs nothing to cover-up in that area.
    - the most immediate reason is to cover-up the REAL reason for the extinction of the dinosaurs.

    Each time that it's no more possible to cover-up some basic assumption of evolution theory for the mass of the sheeple, evolution theory is modified accordingly.
    It doesn't matter if the changes are compatible (1) with evolution theory itself.
    The only question that is relevant for the hoaxers is: will the mass of the sheeple accept it or not?

    Example in the context of this thread: as it became clear that it was impossible to continue to sell the extinction of the dinosaurs relying in one of two base assumptions of evolution - survival of the fittest - catastrophism was added in the form of an impact of an interplanetary body.

    ---- about coexisting
    Nobody expects to find any cave paintings of dinosaurs because it's obvious that dinosaurs and humans don't belong in the same planet.

    Don't suggest that the cover-up is "dinosaurs did not exist". I explicitly mentioned that the "scientists" are HIDING from the public the dinosaur fossils.

    A KEY example to illustrate that the hoaxers don't care about compatibility - upgrading evolution theory with ice age theory? No problem! BTW, I (Truth666, banned) was the first and only one to add 1+1.
    This should make things clear also for people that don't know yet that my threads are based ONLY in FACTS.

  2. HRE

    HRE Guest

    Can you tell me about the timecube?
  3. Jimmy The Hand

    Jimmy The Hand I Have Been Complexified!

    This may be my favorite thread ever.
  4. Silent Bob

    Silent Bob Guest

    He is joking right?


    PLEASE tell me he is not for real!

    Mommy? Someone? Please!
  5. grmorton

    grmorton Senior Member

    Your a troll. A good one, but you aren't real.
  6. DJ_Ghost

    DJ_Ghost Trad Goth

    Oh good a conspiracy theory. I love these things, I’ve had a deep and abiding fascination with Fantasy since childhood.

    How can anyone actually believe the notions of world wide cover ups, once a secret is known by more than about a score of people it almost invariably gets leaked yet we are expected to swallow the idea of conspiracies involving thousands if people.

  7. AnEmpiricalAgnostic

    AnEmpiricalAgnostic Agnostic by Fact, Atheist by Epiphany


    The Piltdown man was indeed an unfortunate hoax. But a single incident is no basis to make broad sweeping statements. People who have very little evidence to substantiate their claims love to cite single occurrences and make them the rule.

    This is a great example of a classic “used car salesman” technique. If you want someone to buy into what you’re saying (especially if it is unfounded) then you start by telling them something they know to be true, then follow with the statement you’d like them to believe.

    When spouting out unsubstantiated claims, it is not helpful to throw in conspiracy theories for extra pizzaz. You don’t get style points for littering with flare.

    So you admit that you yourself have no “information on such findings”. Let me help you out here, if you want to debate it’s your job to substantiate your claims.

    Let me give you a hint… if it’s another unsubstantiated conspiracy theory, we are not interested.

    What you are seeing here is a little thing we earthlings call the scientific method. When we observe nature we make a hypothesis about the observations. Then we continue to collect evidence and use our collective minds to figure out what it all means. The findings are peer reviewed, scrutinized, and constantly tested. I doubt anything you will offer us will be able to claim the same.

    I’m fearing that this is our first glimpse into your thought process. Let me guess, god wiped them all out because they were put here by the devil and he wanted to wipe the slate clean before he went making man. Although the chances of me actually guessing what your “mind blowing” theory is. I’m sure it has about as much credibility.

    Again, I hate to sound like a broken record here, but if you are going to spew out unsubstantiated claims, we can lend then no credibility whatsoever.

    I think you are correct on this point. The problem is that the reason people don’t know is that it appears your threads are completely unsubstantiated. Unless you can come up with something better than this I’d appreciate it if you’d stop wasting our collective times.
  8. Big Rob

    Big Rob Ninjaneer

    Admit it. We did have you guys fooled for like 200 years though.
  9. mikeynov

    mikeynov Senior Veteran

    Weird. Right now, I'm wearing a shirt that says:

    "I hid dinosaur bones for the Illuminati and all I got was this lousy t-shirt!"
  10. DailyBlessings

    DailyBlessings O Christianos Cryptos; Amor Vincit Omnia!

    so.. wait... Dinosaurs are aliens?


    Incidentally, are archaeologists involved in the plot? I mean, if there's a global conspiracy, I want in on it! Bradbury's firemen meets anthropology- it could be fun.

    btw, isn't "worldwide exclusive" sort of an oxymoron? Who's it exclusive to?
  11. raphael_aa

    raphael_aa Wild eyed liberal

    Just this planetary dimension.
  12. Praxiteles

    Praxiteles PraxAce

    The OP looked like it was in English. It had lots of words in it that I recognised as English words.

    But sense of it I could make none.
  13. Late_Cretaceous

    Late_Cretaceous <font color="#880000" ></font&g

    It's all true. The men in black should be along any minute now to erase your memory. Please remember that if you wear a tinfoil hat to keep the illuminati's mind control rays from affecting you - be sure to have the shiny side facing out!
  14. Bargainfluger

    Bargainfluger Playin' in Joes Garage

    You didn't see anything...
  15. Glass*Soul

    Glass*Soul Senior Veteran

    OK. I'm 99.9% sure this has something to do with space aliens.
  16. TheBear

    TheBear Free Agent


    I'm guessing this is an attempt at humor. :p :D
  17. BeamMeUpScotty

    BeamMeUpScotty Senior Veteran

    So, which planet do they belong "in"?
  18. Big Rob

    Big Rob Ninjaneer

  19. BeamMeUpScotty

    BeamMeUpScotty Senior Veteran

    And wookies.
  20. DailyBlessings

    DailyBlessings O Christianos Cryptos; Amor Vincit Omnia!

    You know, I'd like to think so, but I don't think it is actually the case here. I've met too many people like this guy.