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  zaterdag 11 februari 2017 @ 17:30:06 #151
47122 ATuin-hek
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quote:
1s.gif Op zaterdag 11 februari 2017 17:15 schreef schommelstoel het volgende:

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Door te kijken naar de grond/bodem waar ze het gevonden hebben dacht.
Weet ik niet geheel zeker.
Dat is dacht ik inderdaad door naar de aardlagen te kijken gedaan. Deze zijn bijvoorbeeld te dateren door naar radioactieve stoffen te kijken.
Egregious professor of Cruel and Unusual Geography
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1s.gif Op zaterdag 11 februari 2017 17:25 schreef ATuin-hek het volgende:

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Even echt als een foto.
Fotos van illustraties, neppe botten en replikas. :)
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  zaterdag 11 februari 2017 @ 18:30:02 #153
47122 ATuin-hek
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0s.gif Op zaterdag 11 februari 2017 18:10 schreef Tingo het volgende:

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Fotos van illustraties, neppe botten en replikas. :)
Wat is je bewijs daarvoor? Hoe kom je tot je conclusies?
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Er is veel over de dinosaur hoax te vinden.
Helaas heb ik niet erg veel tijd momenteel...maar hier is 'n aardig korte filmpje over:

Dinosaurs debunked in 3 minutes

In the new 'reality' we will be living in,nothing will be real and everything will be true-David A.McGowan
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Flink wat ongefundeerde aannames met een lekker zwaar muziekje erbij en dat allemaal in een hapklare brok van 3 minuten. Het wordt vermeende "truth seekers" zo wel erg makkelijk gemaakt _O-

Maargoed, helaas is er dus niet 'debunked' er zijn hoogstens wat beweringen gedaan. Wel de juiste termen gebruiken mannetje.
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  woensdag 15 februari 2017 @ 14:30:27 #156
47122 ATuin-hek
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quote:
0s.gif Op woensdag 15 februari 2017 13:04 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Er is veel over de dinosaur hoax te vinden.
Helaas heb ik niet erg veel tijd momenteel...maar hier is 'n aardig korte filmpje over:

Dinosaurs debunked in 3 minutes

En jij trapt daar in? Neem dat eerste punt nou, over de stap van tanden naar volledig skelet. Heb je er niet aan gedacht dat die eerste vinding niet de laatste is geweest? Ze hebben later ook grotendeels complete skeletten gevonden.
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  woensdag 15 februari 2017 @ 15:59:20 #157
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0s.gif Op woensdag 15 februari 2017 13:04 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Er is veel over de dinosaur hoax te vinden.
Helaas heb ik niet erg veel tijd momenteel...maar hier is 'n aardig korte filmpje over:

Dinosaurs debunked in 3 minutes

Wie heeft die fossielen in de grond gestopt?

Tijd om weer de underpants gnomes voor de dag te halen!

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quote:
0s.gif Op woensdag 15 februari 2017 13:04 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Er is veel over de dinosaur hoax te vinden.
Helaas heb ik niet erg veel tijd momenteel...maar hier is 'n aardig korte filmpje over:

Dinosaurs debunked in 3 minutes

Maar de hoeveelheid aan video's doet er niet toe.
Dat maakt iets toch niet meer "echt".
Er zijn ook genoeg video's te vinden van mensen die beweren dat de dinosaurus nooit is uitgestorven en in het geheim er nog altijd zijn.


Denk jij dat de dinosaurus helemaal nooit heeft bestaan?
You have to stop the Q-tip when there's resistance!
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Meer over de geschiedenis van de dinosaur hoax/scam....

http://news.bbc.co.uk/loc(...)_8484000/8484720.stm

"The earliest account we have a proper record of is in Robert Plot's Natural History of Oxfordshire that was published in 1677, and in that he illustrated what we would now recognise as the end of a dinosaur limb bone," Professor Kennedy said.

"He then debated in his account at length what it might be, whether it may be the remains of a giant or giantess, or whether it might be the remains of an elephant.

"Somewhat later in 1699 a man called Edward Lhwyd illustrated and described a tooth of a dinosaur but both he and Plot had no idea what fossils were."
The bones were identified much later as a Megalosaurus bucklandi.
It takes its title from William Buckland, who has the distinction of being the first man to assign a name to a dinosaur.
Professor Jim Kennedy, Director of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History:

"We have for instance two slabs from roofs. When people were doing house repairs they noticed little dinosaur footprints on the surfaces of their roofing slates."

"In 1825 near Chipping Norton bones of a huge animal were recovered and early workers thought they might be the remains of whales.

http://www.strangescience.net/plot.htm

Practicing alchemy for a profit, Robert Plot claimed to find the secret of "first matter," the holy grail of alchemy.

Plot's dinosaur-bone-bearing Natural History of Oxfordshire was printed in 1676 or 1677 (accounts vary). Almost a century later, another English historian, Richard Brookes, copied the figure and gave it a name highlighting its resemblance to a piece of manly anatomy. Historians in the throes of arrested adolescence have ever since snickered that the first known illustration of a dinosaur bone bears a salacious name. As for the bone itself, it was long ago lost, as were Plot's other formed stones.

Scrotum Humanum notwithstanding , Megalosaurus represents the first dinosaur genus to be described and validly named. In 1824, William Buckland gave the genus the name Megalosaurus in his article "Notice on the Megalosaurus or Great Fossil Lizard of Stonesfield," describing it as an extinct giant reptile. The lithograph of the Megalosaurus jaw that accompanied the description was based on drawings done by Buckland's wife, Mary Morland. Later in 1827, Gideon Mantell, in his The Geology of the southeast of England, assigned the type specimen its current valid binomial: Megalosaurus bucklandii.

http://blog.biodiversityl(...)d-validly-named.html

Dus helaas de dinosaur bot al 400 jaar verloren of nooit bestaat heeft. Misschien 'n bot van 'n heel andere grote,maar iets kleinere beest was. Het lijkt dat de dinosaur scam allemaal begonnen van 'n 450 jaar oud tekening is. Dan 150 jaar later er 'n gedoe over is toen Richard Brookes 'n tekening van 'n tekening heeft gemaakt. Lekker vaag.

Het lijkt dat de hele dinosaur scam (scientiffifantastische dinosaur boeken,illustraties,artistic impressions,artifacts,documentaren,films,themeparks,leuke merchandise,speelgoed,fantasie enz.) in Oxford UK begonnen is.

Wow ,Oxford University just happens to be in that 'dinosaur rich' environment.
Al die evolutionist theoristen allemaal uit Oxford Uni komen.
Lijkt op een of ander vriendjes of 'ja-knikkers' clubje te zijn.

'Scrotum humanum' inderdaad.

Aldous Huxley,ook familie van Thomas Henry Huxley dinosaur/evolutionist was.
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  donderdag 16 februari 2017 @ 00:13:31 #160
47122 ATuin-hek
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pi_168931631
quote:
0s.gif Op woensdag 15 februari 2017 23:55 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Meer over de geschiedenis van de dinosaur hoax/scam....

http://news.bbc.co.uk/loc(...)_8484000/8484720.stm

"The earliest account we have a proper record of is in Robert Plot's Natural History of Oxfordshire that was published in 1677, and in that he illustrated what we would now recognise as the end of a dinosaur limb bone," Professor Kennedy said.

"He then debated in his account at length what it might be, whether it may be the remains of a giant or giantess, or whether it might be the remains of an elephant.

"Somewhat later in 1699 a man called Edward Lhwyd illustrated and described a tooth of a dinosaur but both he and Plot had no idea what fossils were."
The bones were identified much later as a Megalosaurus bucklandi.
It takes its title from William Buckland, who has the distinction of being the first man to assign a name to a dinosaur.
Professor Jim Kennedy, Director of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History:

"We have for instance two slabs from roofs. When people were doing house repairs they noticed little dinosaur footprints on the surfaces of their roofing slates."

"In 1825 near Chipping Norton bones of a huge animal were recovered and early workers thought they might be the remains of whales.

http://www.strangescience.net/plot.htm

Practicing alchemy for a profit, Robert Plot claimed to find the secret of "first matter," the holy grail of alchemy.

Plot's dinosaur-bone-bearing Natural History of Oxfordshire was printed in 1676 or 1677 (accounts vary). Almost a century later, another English historian, Richard Brookes, copied the figure and gave it a name highlighting its resemblance to a piece of manly anatomy. Historians in the throes of arrested adolescence have ever since snickered that the first known illustration of a dinosaur bone bears a salacious name. As for the bone itself, it was long ago lost, as were Plot's other formed stones.

Scrotum Humanum notwithstanding , Megalosaurus represents the first dinosaur genus to be described and validly named. In 1824, William Buckland gave the genus the name Megalosaurus in his article "Notice on the Megalosaurus or Great Fossil Lizard of Stonesfield," describing it as an extinct giant reptile. The lithograph of the Megalosaurus jaw that accompanied the description was based on drawings done by Buckland's wife, Mary Morland. Later in 1827, Gideon Mantell, in his The Geology of the southeast of England, assigned the type specimen its current valid binomial: Megalosaurus bucklandii.

http://blog.biodiversityl(...)d-validly-named.html

Dus helaas de dinosaur bot al 400 jaar verloren of nooit bestaat heeft. Misschien 'n bot van 'n heel andere grote,maar iets kleinere beest was. Het lijkt dat de dinosaur scam allemaal begonnen van 'n 450 jaar oud tekening is. Dan 150 jaar later er 'n gedoe over is toen Richard Brookes 'n tekening van 'n tekening heeft gemaakt. Lekker vaag.

Het lijkt dat de hele dinosaur scam (scientiffifantastische dinosaur boeken,illustraties,artistic impressions,artifacts,documentaren,films,themeparks,leuke merchandise,speelgoed,fantasie enz.) in Oxford UK begonnen is.

Wow ,Oxford University just happens to be in that 'dinosaur rich' environment.
Al die evolutionist theoristen allemaal uit Oxford Uni komen.
Lijkt op een of ander vriendjes of 'ja-knikkers' clubje te zijn.

'Scrotum humanum' inderdaad.

Aldous Huxley,ook familie van Thomas Henry Huxley dinosaur/evolutionist was.
So what? Dat het begin wat blurry was is en te verwachten, en het zegt helemaal niets negatiefs over alle andere duizenden vindingen sindsdien.
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Onikaan ni ov dovah
  vrijdag 17 februari 2017 @ 13:01:41 #161
279682 theguyver
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Kijk hier wil ik de CIA nog wel eens aan linken!!

http://nos.nl/artikel/215(...)as-geen-heilige.html

Kim Jong-nam overleed dinsdag nadat hij onwel was geworden op het vliegveld van Kuala Lumpur. Hij zei tegen luchthavenpersoneel dat hij met een chemische stof was besproeid.

"Wat er precies is gebeurd is niet duidelijk", vertelt Marieke de Vries. "De politie laat nog niet veel los. Op dit moment wordt er nog forensisch onderzoek gedaan naar het lichaam."

Wel zijn verschillende getuigen gehoord. "Zij zeggen allemaal dat hij nog voordat hij de douane bereikte, in het winkelgedeelte van de luchthaven van achteren aangevallen is."

Maar daarna lopen de verhalen uiteen. "De één zegt dat er iets in zijn gezicht is gespoten, de ander dat hij is aangevallen met een spuit en is geïnjecteerd. Weer een ander verklaart dat hij is aangevallen met een doek die besprenkeld was met een giftige stof."
Pope John Paul II shot first!!!
  vrijdag 17 februari 2017 @ 13:05:56 #162
279682 theguyver
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quote:
0s.gif Op woensdag 15 februari 2017 23:55 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Meer over de geschiedenis van de dinosaur hoax/scam....

http://news.bbc.co.uk/loc(...)_8484000/8484720.stm

"The earliest account we have a proper record of is in Robert Plot's Natural History of Oxfordshire that was published in 1677, and in that he illustrated what we would now recognise as the end of a dinosaur limb bone," Professor Kennedy said.

"He then debated in his account at length what it might be, whether it may be the remains of a giant or giantess, or whether it might be the remains of an elephant.

"Somewhat later in 1699 a man called Edward Lhwyd illustrated and described a tooth of a dinosaur but both he and Plot had no idea what fossils were."
The bones were identified much later as a Megalosaurus bucklandi.
It takes its title from William Buckland, who has the distinction of being the first man to assign a name to a dinosaur.
Professor Jim Kennedy, Director of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History:

"We have for instance two slabs from roofs. When people were doing house repairs they noticed little dinosaur footprints on the surfaces of their roofing slates."

"In 1825 near Chipping Norton bones of a huge animal were recovered and early workers thought they might be the remains of whales.

http://www.strangescience.net/plot.htm

Practicing alchemy for a profit, Robert Plot claimed to find the secret of "first matter," the holy grail of alchemy.

Plot's dinosaur-bone-bearing Natural History of Oxfordshire was printed in 1676 or 1677 (accounts vary). Almost a century later, another English historian, Richard Brookes, copied the figure and gave it a name highlighting its resemblance to a piece of manly anatomy. Historians in the throes of arrested adolescence have ever since snickered that the first known illustration of a dinosaur bone bears a salacious name. As for the bone itself, it was long ago lost, as were Plot's other formed stones.

Scrotum Humanum notwithstanding , Megalosaurus represents the first dinosaur genus to be described and validly named. In 1824, William Buckland gave the genus the name Megalosaurus in his article "Notice on the Megalosaurus or Great Fossil Lizard of Stonesfield," describing it as an extinct giant reptile. The lithograph of the Megalosaurus jaw that accompanied the description was based on drawings done by Buckland's wife, Mary Morland. Later in 1827, Gideon Mantell, in his The Geology of the southeast of England, assigned the type specimen its current valid binomial: Megalosaurus bucklandii.

http://blog.biodiversityl(...)d-validly-named.html

Dus helaas de dinosaur bot al 400 jaar verloren of nooit bestaat heeft. Misschien 'n bot van 'n heel andere grote,maar iets kleinere beest was. Het lijkt dat de dinosaur scam allemaal begonnen van 'n 450 jaar oud tekening is. Dan 150 jaar later er 'n gedoe over is toen Richard Brookes 'n tekening van 'n tekening heeft gemaakt. Lekker vaag.

Het lijkt dat de hele dinosaur scam (scientiffifantastische dinosaur boeken,illustraties,artistic impressions,artifacts,documentaren,films,themeparks,leuke merchandise,speelgoed,fantasie enz.) in Oxford UK begonnen is.

Wow ,Oxford University just happens to be in that 'dinosaur rich' environment.
Al die evolutionist theoristen allemaal uit Oxford Uni komen.
Lijkt op een of ander vriendjes of 'ja-knikkers' clubje te zijn.

'Scrotum humanum' inderdaad.

Aldous Huxley,ook familie van Thomas Henry Huxley dinosaur/evolutionist was.
Verklaard ook niet hoe ik uit een steen bij Dover (GB), een aantal foesiellen heb kunnen halen.
Ook ben ik bij opgravingen geweest van mamoet botten en van een mosasaurus!
https://www.nrc.nl/nieuws/2012/09/20/320774-a1441565
Pope John Paul II shot first!!!
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Het blijft meer dan 'n beetje 'blurry'.
http://www.bbc.com/earth/(...)at-gave-us-dinosaurs

“It's anyone's guess exactly where and when humans first stumbled upon the fossilised remains of ancient giant beasts. But according to Hugh Torrens of Keele University in the UK, we know exactly where the first dinosaur was discovered.

Anyones guess indeed!

It was found in the centre of London: to be precise, at 15 Aldersgate Street, a few hundred metres north of St Paul's Cathedral.
Sometime in late 1841 or early 1842, Richard Owen – a brilliant anatomist and, by many accounts, a spectacularly unlikeable man – paid a visit to William Devonshire Saull's geological collection. There, Owen came across a rather ordinary-looking fossil: a chunk of bone from the spine of a large prehistoric animal that had been named Iguanodon a few decades earlier.”


Wat meer over Robert Plot de 'dinosaur' bot vinder.

Even so, when Plot came across a fossil that looked uncannily like a fragment from an unusually large thigh bone, he had to admit that it probably once belonged to an animal. In his 1677 Natural History of Oxford-shire, he discussed the find at great length, finally concluding that it might have come from a gigantic ancient human. After all, he argued, "Goliath for certain was nine foot nine inches high".

Exactly which animal his large thigh bone belonged to must remain a mystery, because the fossil was lost long ago.


But Plot did describe how it had been "dug out of a quarry in the Parish of Cornwell": an area of Oxfordshire that was mined for limestone, which we now know dates back to the Jurassic.
From the fossil's age, and from its appearance in Plot's illustration, palaeontologists now suspect that it belonged to a large predatory dinosaur that terrorised Britain about 165 million years ago.


"Educated at the Free School in Wye, in 1658 he matriculated at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, where subsequently he served as dean and as vice-principal, before moving to University College in 1676. It was initially as a student ...."
http://emlo-portal.bodlei(...)atalogue=robert-plot

Gaat ie naar Oxford Uni 1676 en dan maar binnen 'n jaartje heeft ie de rare 'bot' gevonden.
Beetje vreemd dat er niks over de fantastische 'dinosuar bot' ontdekking van 1677 in deze biographie te vinden is.
Oprichter van de Ashmolean Museum en de 'eerste dino bot' nergens meer te vinden is....maar gelukkig er 'n tekening van is die wetenschappers dat de (tekening van de) bot
' belonged to a large predatory dinosaur that terrorised Britain about 165 million years ago' kunnen concluderen.

[ Bericht 48% gewijzigd door Tingo op 17-02-2017 21:50:29 ]
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quote:
0s.gif Op vrijdag 17 februari 2017 21:30 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Het blijft meer dan 'n beetje 'blurry'.
http://www.bbc.com/earth/(...)at-gave-us-dinosaurs

“It's anyone's guess exactly where and when humans first stumbled upon the fossilised remains of ancient giant beasts. But according to Hugh Torrens of Keele University in the UK, we know exactly where the first dinosaur was discovered.

Anyones guess indeed!

It was found in the centre of London: to be precise, at 15 Aldersgate Street, a few hundred metres north of St Paul's Cathedral.
Sometime in late 1841 or early 1842, Richard Owen – a brilliant anatomist and, by many accounts, a spectacularly unlikeable man – paid a visit to William Devonshire Saull's geological collection. There, Owen came across a rather ordinary-looking fossil: a chunk of bone from the spine of a large prehistoric animal that had been named Iguanodon a few decades earlier.”

Wat meer over Robert Plot de 'dinosaur' bot vinder.

Even so, when Plot came across a fossil that looked uncannily like a fragment from an unusually large thigh bone, he had to admit that it probably once belonged to an animal. In his 1677 Natural History of Oxford-shire, he discussed the find at great length, finally concluding that it might have come from a gigantic ancient human. After all, he argued, "Goliath for certain was nine foot nine inches high".

Exactly which animal his large thigh bone belonged to must remain a mystery, because the fossil was lost long ago.


But Plot did describe how it had been "dug out of a quarry in the Parish of Cornwell": an area of Oxfordshire that was mined for limestone, which we now know dates back to the Jurassic.
From the fossil's age, and from its appearance in Plot's illustration, palaeontologists now suspect that it belonged to a large predatory dinosaur that terrorised Britain about 165 million years ago.


"Educated at the Free School in Wye, in 1658 he matriculated at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, where subsequently he served as dean and as vice-principal, before moving to University College in 1676. It was initially as a student ...."
http://emlo-portal.bodlei(...)atalogue=robert-plot

Gaat ie naar Oxford Uni 1676 en dan maar binnen 'n jaartje heeft ie de rare 'bot' gevonden.
Beetje vreemd dat er niks over de fantastische 'dinosuar bot' ontdekking van 1677 in deze biographie te vinden is.
Oprichter van de Ashmolean Museum en de 'eerste dino bot' nergens meer te vinden is....maar gelukkig er 'n tekening van is die wetenschappers dat de (tekening van de) bot
' belonged to a large predatory dinosaur that terrorised Britain about 165 million years ago' kunnen concluderen.
Dat vind ik eerlijk gezegd ook een schatting die op zijn minst discutabel is. 165 million years! Hoe weten ze dat nou?
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0s.gif Op vrijdag 17 februari 2017 21:56 schreef Lavenderr het volgende:

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Dat vind ik eerlijk gezegd ook een schatting die op zijn minst discutabel is. 165 million years! Hoe weten ze dat nou?
A large predatory dinosaur that terrorised Britain? Hoe komen ze daar bij?
En dan van 'n 300+ jaar oud tekening dat er als 'n pair of bollocks uitziet?
Misschien 'n in-joke van de tijd.

Robert Plot 27 was toen hij de 'dinosuar' bot getekende heeft.
in 1677 was 't 'ballocks' en niet 'bollocks' :) Heel interessante woord.

[ Bericht 7% gewijzigd door Tingo op 17-02-2017 22:33:56 ]
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  zaterdag 18 februari 2017 @ 11:24:52 #166
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Have a good time, all the time
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Het lijkt dat 't allemaal vrijmetselaren en/of 'enlightened ones' achter de eerste 'dinosaur' bot waren.

To further underscore the strong links between the scientists of the day and their membership of the Craft, in 1723, of the 200 members of the Royal Society, 40 were masons. In 1725, 47 members of the Royal Society were masons, and in 1730, 97 members of the Grand Lodge of London (Moderns) were members of the Royal Society, or were future members of that society.
This showed the strong links between the scientists who ushered in the Age of Enlightenment and the Craft.
http://www.freemasons-fre(...)y_enlightenment.html
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  Moderator zondag 19 februari 2017 @ 11:20:37 #168
450551 crew  ChrisCarter
Ti Ta Toverland
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quote:
0s.gif Op zondag 19 februari 2017 11:07 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Het lijkt dat 't allemaal vrijmetselaren en/of 'enlightened ones' achter de eerste 'dinosaur' bot waren.

To further underscore the strong links between the scientists of the day and their membership of the Craft, in 1723, of the 200 members of the Royal Society, 40 were masons. In 1725, 47 members of the Royal Society were masons, and in 1730, 97 members of the Grand Lodge of London (Moderns) were members of the Royal Society, or were future members of that society.
This showed the strong links between the scientists who ushered in the Age of Enlightenment and the Craft.
http://www.freemasons-fre(...)y_enlightenment.html
Allemaal = 40/200? Ruim begrip dan.
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quote:
1s.gif Op zondag 19 februari 2017 11:20 schreef ChrisCarter het volgende:

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Allemaal = 40/200? Ruim begrip dan.
In 1730 waren er 97 van 200.Waarschijnlijk dat veel meer was toen de evolution theoristen over begonnen.
Robert Plot ( tekenaar van de 'bot' ) ook vrijmetselaar was.
Kan zijn dat de dinosaur gedoe door vrijmetselaren verzonnen was.

En dan
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elias_Ashmole
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  zondag 19 februari 2017 @ 14:56:07 #170
47122 ATuin-hek
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quote:
0s.gif Op zondag 19 februari 2017 11:07 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Het lijkt dat 't allemaal vrijmetselaren en/of 'enlightened ones' achter de eerste 'dinosaur' bot waren.

To further underscore the strong links between the scientists of the day and their membership of the Craft, in 1723, of the 200 members of the Royal Society, 40 were masons. In 1725, 47 members of the Royal Society were masons, and in 1730, 97 members of the Grand Lodge of London (Moderns) were members of the Royal Society, or were future members of that society.
This showed the strong links between the scientists who ushered in the Age of Enlightenment and the Craft.
http://www.freemasons-fre(...)y_enlightenment.html
So what? Hoe zit dat dan met de duizenden botten die daarna zijn gevonden?
Egregious professor of Cruel and Unusual Geography
Onikaan ni ov dovah
pi_169002596
Ocean Art China - for all your dinosaur needs....

https://zgdy.en.alibaba.c(...)keleton_Replica.html

Het is welbekend dat er veel neppe (maar verkocht en gepubliciseerd als echt) dinosaur fossielen uit China komen.
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  Moderator zondag 19 februari 2017 @ 15:40:09 #172
450551 crew  ChrisCarter
Ti Ta Toverland
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quote:
0s.gif Op zondag 19 februari 2017 15:30 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Ocean Art China - for all your dinosaur needs....

https://zgdy.en.alibaba.c(...)keleton_Replica.html

Het is welbekend dat er veel neppe (maar verkocht en gepubliciseerd als echt) dinosaur fossielen uit China komen.
Maar opgegraven fossielen dan?
  zondag 19 februari 2017 @ 16:55:49 #173
47122 ATuin-hek
theguyver's sidekick!
pi_169005017
quote:
0s.gif Op zondag 19 februari 2017 15:30 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Ocean Art China - for all your dinosaur needs....

https://zgdy.en.alibaba.c(...)keleton_Replica.html

Het is welbekend dat er veel neppe (maar verkocht en gepubliciseerd als echt) dinosaur fossielen uit China komen.
En dat maakt alle fossielen fake?
Egregious professor of Cruel and Unusual Geography
Onikaan ni ov dovah
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quote:
0s.gif Op zondag 19 februari 2017 15:30 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Ocean Art China - for all your dinosaur needs....

https://zgdy.en.alibaba.c(...)keleton_Replica.html

Het is welbekend dat er veel neppe (maar verkocht en gepubliciseerd als echt) dinosaur fossielen uit China komen.
China staat bekend om zijn neppe producten, wat dus in feite betekent dat het land zelf nep is, oftewel niet bestaat.
Dat zou ook veel verklaren.
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1s.gif Op zondag 19 februari 2017 15:40 schreef ChrisCarter het volgende:

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Maar opgegraven fossielen dan?
Ik heb 't over 'dinosauren' .
In the new 'reality' we will be living in,nothing will be real and everything will be true-David A.McGowan
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