Thursday, 7 February 2013

MAMMALS BURIED and FOUND WITH DINO'S IN THE SAME ROCK LAYERS

MAMMALS BURIED and FOUND WITH DINO'S IN THE SAME ROCK LAYERS . This should not be so if evolution is the correct interpretation of the evidences that we all have :
The evolutionary chart clearly demonstrates that , according to the theory of evolution , Dino's and mammals inhabited our planet at different times separated by millions of years  . The so called age of the dinosaurs , according to the theory of evolution , was dominated by the dinosaurs alone . BUT this is NOT TRUE . 
Many different mammals have been discovered in the same rock layers covering the same era as Dinosaurs , from squirrels , platypus , ducks , beaver-like  and badger-like creatures have all been found.

Cretaceous duck ruffles feathers, BBC news, www.bbc.co.uk, 20 January 2005.
Mesozoic Squirrel, Nature 444:889–893, 2006.Swimming with dinos, www.museumvictoria.com.au, 24 January 2008, accessed 1 October 2010
Early Aquatic Mammal, Science 311 (5764): 1068, 24 February 2006.
Dinosaur-eating mammal discovered in China, www. nhm.ac.uk,14 January 2005.


In a sense, ‘The Age of Dinosaurs’ … is a misnomer … Mammals are just one such important group that lived with the dinosaurs, coexisted with the dinosaurs, and survived the dinosaurs.”
Interview with Dr Zhe-Xi Luo, curator of vertebrate paleontology and associate director of research and collections at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, by Dr Carl Werner, 17 May 2004, in Ref. 8.


432 Mammal species have been found in dinosaur rock with 100 nearly complete mammal skeletons . But this is very rarely broadcast and in the main a closely guarded secret .

"We find mammals in almost all of our (dinosaur dig ) sites . These were not noticed years ago . We have about 20,000 pounds bentonite clay that has mammal fossils that we are trying to give away to some researcher . It's not that they are not important , it's just that you only live once and I specialized in something other than mammals . I specialize in reptiles and dinosaurs ."
Interview with Dr Donald Burge, curator of vertebrate paleontology, College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum by Dr Carl Werner, 13 February 2001, in Living Fossils—Evolution: The Grand Experiment, Vol. 2, New Leaf Press, 2009, p. 173.


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