There is a school of thought, and one which is gaining a lot of traction, especially online, which questions a subject which in all honesty I have not really given much thought to, at least not since primary/elementary school that is.
Did Dinosaurs actually exist?
And if not how would one go about arguing the case for such a claim?
Eric Dubay has produced an excellent video, containing some pretty compelling evidence, to support the fact that ‘Terrible Lizards’ were not discovered until 1854, some twelve years after their existence was ‘Speculatively Hypothesised’ upon, by Sir Richard Owen of the Royal Society during the Heyday of Darwin’s Evolutionism.
He also highlights the fact that there were no ‘Dinosaur’ discoveries made prior to the 1840’s by any civilisation during the whole of human history, despite the countries in which the remains were discovered, being inhabited and explored for thousands of years previously, and no mention of Dinosaurs was ever made in any civilisation’s religion or traditions.
*Mr Dubay’s Youtube Channel has been removed since this article was published and therefore the accompanying video is sadly unavailable*
I have no doubt that much of what Mr Dubay has highlighted in his excellent video will be dismissed by any number of people as being just another ‘Conspiracy Theory’, which appears to be the default setting of the mass media and the established order and also of the hard-of-thinking, despite the information being easily researched – so with that in mind, how about exploring the physical impossibilities of such creatures existing ?
- Maximum muscle stress exertion for any animal is independent of body size. Dinosaurs, being inefficiently muscular, and allegedly weighing up to 180 tonnes would not have been able to lift their own weight off the ground in order to move.
- A Sauropod Dinosaur’s vertebral spines at the base of its neck, would have been too weak and low to provide leverage for the muscles required to elevate it’s head to high position.
- A Sauropod’s long neck would not have been able to get blood to its brain 60 foot in the air, which would have required blood pressure four times that of a modern giraffe, placing extraordinary demands on the heart resulting in severe risk of stroke and/or aneurysm.
- The only way to keep the required blood pressure reasonable would have been if Sauropods fed with the neck extended just a little above heart level, which would have prevented reach to any foodstuffs above the 20-foot mark, resulting in starvation..
- Holding a 40 foot long neck weighing 15 tonnes horizontally though, equating to 430,000 foot-pounds of torque, for more than a few seconds, would have been equally impossible to maintain.
- A Sauropod’s neck would require the muscular strength of a neck 20 foot in diameter, contrary to the 6 or 7 foot diameter neck measurement that has been alleged. Sauropods would have been incapable therefore of lifting their heads either upwards or outwards.
- For an elephant, the slightest tumble can break bones and/or destroy enough tissue to prove fatal, which would preclude the existence of any predator much larger to sustain falls, such as Sauropods. Elephants, are also simply too heavy to run, or jump, and are more than twenty-five times lighter than alleged Dinosauria.
- The Utahraptor alleged to be a 20-foot, 1,500-pound Velociraptor was claimed to run on the balls of its two hind feet, on two toes, the third toe carrying a 12-inch claw for disembowelling prey. In reality, 1,500-pound toe dancers cannot exist.
- Alleged 350 pound flying creatures would have been too heavy to be able to lift themselves off the ground, or maintain flight or even to land without crash-landing. No creature heavier than 30 pounds is able to fly today, despite having long wing-spans.
- Great size and paper-thin tubular bones supporting the gigantic wings would have made landing much too dangerous, The creature could not have landed without shattering all of its bones.
- 12-foot wings strung between straw-thin tubes would obviously have also been unable to flap.
- To achieve hovering with a 23-foot wingspread, Pteranodon would have required 220 pounds of flight muscles as efficient as those in humming birds. With its alleged musculature of 8 pounds, it is inconceivable that Pteranodon could have taken off. How could it even have flown?
- “With each increase in size, and therefore also weight, a flying animal needs a concomitant increase in power (to beat the wings in a flapper and to hold and manoeuver them in a glider), but power is supplied by muscles which themselves add still more weight to the structure.
- The larger a flyer becomes the disproportionately weightier it grows by the addition of its own power supply. There comes a point when the weight is just too great to permit the machine to remain airborne. Calculations bearing on size and power suggested that the maximum weight that a flying vertebrate can attain is about 50 pounds….
- Such dimensions break all the rules of flight. A creature that large would have broken bones if it tried to fly….
Certainly something to think about, and the question should be why would such a deception [if such a deception exists] be allowed to be taught in schools and universities throughout the world, and be so purposely and deeply imbedded in the human psyche?
To defy the creator perhaps, or something even more sinister ?