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  • Discover the real isa al masih-read the holy injil

  • Links to other Dinosaur research websites:


    ‘Dinosaurs: living evidence of a loving Creator,’an excellent and extensive website by Dave Woetzel, laid out like a dinosaurian theme park, apparently inspired by the movie Jurassic Park. It includes a lot of fascinating information not commonly available, but also covers the whole subject of dinosaurs, their extinction, Creation, the flood and the authenticity of the Bible. You could recommend this site to honest seekers with or without a scientific background, and you could spend quite some time browsing with the apatosauruses.

    NATIONAL DATABASE OF SEA SERPENTS constructed by a private individual, Erik Knatterud.
    In Lakes:Rømsjøen, Store Lee, The Seljord Orm, Three animals swimming, the neck and the head, The Seljord Orm model- an animation !What I saw at Seljord, The Loen sea serpent, Watertroll at Hamarøy. (In Norwegian the word sjø means sea or lake. The word orm means serpent.
    In The Sea: SEA SERPENTS AT THE COAST:The Hessa sea serpent,(the Ålesund sea serpent) The Hessa serpent,- the 1999 video footage,The Sula sea serpent 2001.
    Old sightings:
    The oldest descriptions, They tried to kill the sea serpent, Lorents De Ferry 1746, Mandal 1867, The weird Noah`s Ark: Long neck and a row of humps,sea crocodiles.
    http://www.mjoesormen.no/hessaormen%201%20video.htm for a video clip of a sea snake seen at Ålesund, Norway on June 2, 1999. It was feeding on a dead whale. The clip was taken mostly by a young boy, and some of it is unsteady. The filming was done at some distance, high above the ocean fjord.
    This is an extensive site by researcher Scott Norman with many descriptions of reported animals.
    Also by Scott Norman. And . . .
    Scott Norman is member of the Eastside Christian Church, whose site is at:
    Read accounts of encounters with lake monsters in Sweden, Patagonia, Canada and the United States. Written and maintained by Mark Chorvinsky
    Official website of the Capitol Lake Monster. Human encounters with ‘Cappy’ have been had for hundreds of years, says this site, from Native Americans to the most recent, in 1996. Olympia Way is an ocean inlet that leads into the city of Olympia, south of Seattle, Washington. It is a populated area. A photo of the 1966 sighting is on the homepage. See what you think.


    Inca burial stone


    July 11, 2009
    Icthyosaur fossil found in New Zealand

    Scientists have discovered the skeleton of an ichthyosaur – a huge dolphin-like reptile that lived in the time of the dinosaurs – in a Marlborough, New Zealand riverbank.

    The fossil is an exciting, significant find, says Wellington palaeontologist James Crampton, who stumbled across it last March. A handful of individual ichthyosaur bones have been found in New Zealand before, but never so many in one place.

    This fossil has not yet been excavated from the boulder it was found in, so Crampton is not sure whether it is a complete skeleton, or exactly how big it is. But he can see "loads of bones – maybe 40, 50, 60" – including sections of rib, paddle and vertebrae. Each vertebrae measures 15cm across.

    "In comparison, a cow's vertebrae is about 4cm across, so this thing was really much, much bigger than a cow. This was a big beast."

    Most ichthyosaurs were between two and four metres long, Crampton said, but some were bigger than 15m. They were common in the time of the dinosaurs and lived like dolphins, or orca, giving birth to live young, and hunting fish – or each other.

    This fossil is particularly fascinating to scientists because it died at about the time "all ichthyosaurs became extinct". It would eventually help write the "historical diary" for this part of the world, Crampton said.

    Crampton spotted the bones during unrelated field work in the bed of the Clarence River, in a remote area of Marlborough. He won't say exactly where, as he wants to protect the landowner's privacy.

    Crampton was with a team of Italian geologists, who dug the broken boulder out of surrounding mudstone with pickaxes, then hauled it onto a four-wheel-drive. It is now in the lab at GNS Science, where Crampton heads the palaeontology team. Extracting the fossil is an expensive and time-consuming process, and GNS does not have the resources for it.

    November 7, 2009""Dinosuar footprints" revealed in New Zealand

    Scientists have revealed that they believe they have found dinosaur footprints spread over six locations in the north-west of New Zealand's South Island. Up to 20 are at one site.

    Geological and Nuclear Science sedimentologist Greg Browne has been studying the marks for years and believes they were made by sauropods - plant-eating dinosaurs with long necks and tails, up to six metres in length and weighing several tonnes.

    In an interview with radio personality Kim Hill, Dr Browne said the prints were made in beach sand, then probably quickly covered by mud.

    "It's just a chance occurrance that they are there in the first place - almost always they'd be destroyed. In that sort of environment you've got tides, winds and currents, so the likelihood of any footprint being preserved on a beach is virtually zero."

    The footprints also provide the first sign that dinosaurs once roamed the South Island.

    New Zealand palaeontologist Joan Wiffen found the first evidence that dinosaurs had inhabited New Zealand after discovering fossil bones in Hawke's Bay in the North Island. However, no bones have yet been found in the South Island.

    In 1975, she found a fossil bone that turned out to be part of the vertebra of the first known terrestrial dinosaur from New Zealand - a theropod, a carniverous creature 7 metres long and 2 metres high that walked on two legs.

    New Zealand has a high concentration of marine repitile fossils, such as plesiosaur and mosasaur.

    Dr Browne has made silicon moulds of several of the prints and his paper describing the discovery will appear shortly in the New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics.

    Copyright photos may be found on Radio New Zealand's webiste here, but they may quickly vanish.

    30 October, 2009
    Two pliosaurs and a tiny dinosaur

    Palaeontologists have had a good year as they have announced the discovery and assembly of pliosaur bones from the Norwegian Islands of Svalbard and the English coast near Weymouth and a tiny dinosaur in Canada.

    Dorset pliosaur
    The recent discovery was announced in March this year of a pliosaur lower jaw and upper skull, found by a local collector, Kevan Sheehan. Mr Sheehan assembled 25 pieces of fossilised bone over five years, excavated with his bare
    hands over five years, returning daily to the task.He had spotted the fossils protruding from an erosion landslide on the Dorset coast, where other fossils are being constantly exposed.

    This pliosaur was an extinct, meat-eating ocean-going reptile, of about 12 tons (11 metric tonnes) with a huge skull, short neck and four flippers. The head is twice as big as that of a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

    Richard Forrest, a palaeontologist and plesiosaur expert, says the animal was enormously powerful, with a jawbone the strength of steel and jaws able to bite a small car in half. "It would take a human in one gulp," he told the BBC (picture, below).


    People who dismiss the historical work attributed to Jonah could compare what he said with what Mr Forrest said. See the Bible, the book of Jonah Chapter 1 verse 17.

    How big is the pliosaur?

    Svalbard pliosaur
    The remains of the Svalbard reptile was an estimated at 15 metres long and 45 metric tonnes in weight. A partial skull filled with a set of 12-inch (31-cm) teeth was recovered, with 20,000 other bone fragments. Said Espen Madsen
    Knutsen, one of the Oslo University discovery team: "This is really big. We have parts of the lower jaw that are huge compared with anything we've ever seen. It could have eaten anything it came across."

    Researchers spotted the remains in 2007 when they were excavating a smaller pliosaur, and returned in August 2008 to excavate.

    Tiny dinosaur
    At the other end of the scale, Canadian researchers have announced the smallest-ever discovered carnivorous dinosaur about the size of a small chicken, with a sickle claw on its second toe. This has been called Hesperonychus, found in the Dinosaur Park Formation site in 1982, but lain unstudied for 25 years.

    The pliosaur reports are full of speculation about the age of the dinosaurs, based on evolutionary conjecture. In the opinion of this website they are not credible, given the written history of the world in the old history book called today the Bible, a history written by eye-witnesses.

    August 6, 1998

    Scientists have discovered the world’s largest collection of dinosaur footprints in Bolivia.

    Footprints up to three feet long were found in a limestone quarry, including one of a dinosaur estimated to be over 80 feet high. ‘There is no comparable site in the world,’ said Swiss paleontologist Christian Meyer. His team has been studying the site for the last two months, after a Bolivian scientists found it two years ago. Skeletons have also been found. The area is situated in a limestone quarry, with the prints embedded in the mountainside, at inclines of up to 70 degrees.

    The prints are whole and look like the dinosaurs might have been walking in a mud lake. Dinosaur experts are expected to converge on the area to study the remarkable collection. Scientists have identified several different species including it is thought a tyranosaurus. Dinosaur skeletons have been uncovered, including one or two giant dinosaurs which stood more than 80 feet high. Remains of fish, crocodiles and turtles have been found too. Scientists have warned that the prints could disappear altogether within 20 years because of rain and wind if efforts are not made to protect them from erosion and destruction. Limestone mining nearby makes the area even more precarious. Scientists are calling on the Bolivian Government to make sure it is protected. Source: BBC.

    A book for serious dinosaur researchers

    Author Bill Cooper began his research to vindicate or disprove the book of Genesis. Twenty-five years later, he had more than vindicated it, making many indisputable connections between the Table of Nations (Genesis 10) and secular records. In this book the author presents evidence that shows how the earliest Europeans recorded their descent from Noah through Japheth in meticulously-kept records. He shows that they knew all about Creation and the Flood, even though they had not heard of the book of Genesis, and that they had encounters with creatures we would call dinosaurs. Chapter 10 is about Dinosaurs from Anglo-Saxon and other Records, and Chapter 11 is called Beowulf and the Creatures of Denmark. Cooper lists 81sites of ‘dinosaur’ activity throughout Britain, with many first-hand accounts. The book can be obtained from Answers In Genesis, PO Box 39005, Howick, Auckland, New Zealand, or any other Answers in Genesis outlet.

    Published by CSE Publications, a division of Creation Science Evangelism, c/- 29 Cummings Road, Pensacola, Florida 32503, USA. $US 6.50. plus postage.

    Another book for dinosaur researchers

     In Claws, Jaws & Dinosaurs, Scottish explorer Bill Gibbons and Creation Scientist Dr Kent Hovind take a revolutionary look a the history of our planet froma biblical perspective. Is the Earth really billions of years old, or is its age only in the thousands of years? Did dinosaurs disappear millions of years befre Man, or did they co-exist with Man from the beginning? Are there ‘prehistoric’ animals alive and well today? The authors delve into these questions and more as they examine scientific theories about the origin of life on this planet, and modern cryptozoology (the sciencee of studying unknown animals) in the light of God’s holy scripture. Eight chapters: The Loch Ness Monster, Sailors, Sea Serpents, and Dragons, Dinosaurs in Africa, Snakes Alive!, Bigfoot and Family, Those Terrible Pterosaurs, Tall Tales, A Cabinet of Curiosities. Bill Gibbons has taken part in six expeditions to search for Congo monsters, and the Dodo in Mauritius. He has a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology with Warnborough College, Oxford. Dr Kent Hovind is a well-known Creationist in the United States with a wide public ministry.
    Back to news items.

    Seven Creationist websites:

    http://www.creation.com An extensive site with many learned articles and the ability to answer just about any question you care to ask.
    www.bible.ca Type "Patton" in the search engine for relevant articles, photos, tapes and books by Dr Don Patton, an independent creationist researcher.
    http://members.aol.com/dwr51055/Creation.html (This one has many links and resources.)
    http://www.rae.org/revevlnk.html An extensive list of creation websites.

    Why a page about dinosaurs?

    We believe that God created dinosaurs along with all the other animals living and extinct. We believe, therefore, that dinosaurs lived on Earth at the same time as early Mankind, that they were taken on board the Ark of Noah, saved from the Flood, and released into the world when the Ark touched land again. Because of many accounts of dinosaur-like animals in the Bible and secular literature throughout the ages we believe that dinosaurs are barely exinct, if at all.

    The Loch Ness Monster, for example, is thought by many to be a colony of plesiosaurs*. So we take any contemporary sightings seriously, until disproven. When evidence of living dinosaurs is presented to science, the theory of evolution, introduced in modern times by Darwin and used by haters of God as an alternative philosophy, will be dealt what should be a death blow. We could pray that God would present science with evidence of living dinosaurs it cannot reasonably deny. We realise that only the Holy Spirit of God can convince anyone of God’s existence, and their need of the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ, but many people have been set on the right track by creation evidence, later to be converted to Christ.

    But what sort of evidence would it take to convince scientists of either the creationist or evolutionary persuasion? Says cryptozoologist John Kirk: ‘Both our club [British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club] and the scientific community in general would require skin, blood or bones before the lake monsters of this world can be FULLY verified. We have in fact had two sea serpent specimens of this world in our hands in the 20th century but unfortunately both have been lost, although we have very good photos of the 1937 Naden Harbour carcass from which to build a case. In fact two scientists who are colleagues of mine have actually classified this animal on the basis of once having had the carcass and also from the photos. It is known today as Cadborosaurus willsi.

    See the latest evidence from West New Britain, Papua New Guinea in 2013.

    If you have information about dinosaurs (dead or alive) please email us. If you would like to see some of the pictures of fossil sites and displays we took on our sabbatical trip to the United States, click here. Sandy has an illustrated lecture about dinosaurs, creation, the flood, and science. For more information email.

    *One expert, John Kirk, says, however, that this is impossible since plesiosaurs are or were air breathing, and would need to surface frequently, generating many more sightings than what is the case.

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    In 1934 there were reports of farmers near Syracuse, in Sicily, being menaced by a huge and unusual snake that looked much like a dinosaur. Hunting parties were organised, and it was killed.—Dragons, a Natural History by Dr Karl Shuker, 1995, Aurum Press Ltd, London.

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    The painting, like most others, and even the movie Jurassic Park does not show dermal frills, which are a feature of dragon drawings and sculptures. Dermal frills, not unlike the frills of some lizards and even the common rooster's comb, have been observed by people in Cameroon on Mokele M'bembe.

     Below, left, Inca burial stone
    (cAD 500-1500) by
    Dr Don Patton. Used by permission. Picture shows a human figure astride a triceratops, which has a dermal frill.