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The Question that neither Creationists nor Evolutionists can answer : The Size of the Dinosaurs!

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I just sent this comment into this site in reference to their article at the link below :

 

"Just read your article on the problem of the size of the dinosaurs and that neither evolutionists or creationists can answer the question although it appears obvious that a difference in the barametric pressure has something to do with the problem.

The answer, actually, is that the massive dinosaurs were not indigenous to this earth but came from a planet in our solar system (where the asteroid belt is today) that was more massive then the earth and that contained life, that was destroyed by a massive impactor which sent its debris out into the entire solar system causing the global flood and raining down the carcasses of species from that planet in a type of cataclysmic panspermia event.  You will see that this answers all the questions that neither camp has been able to answer and the evidence of this event is recorded in the geological and 'mythological' records."

http://www.trueauthority.com/dinosaurs/deathprnt.htm#top



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mb-soft.com/public/dinosaur.html

Apparently, even the largest Sauropods could have lived on the Earth as long as they stayed in the water which not only answers the question of the physics of moving that much body massage but also keeping the body cool via heat transmission and also how much food it would need to consume to maintain all that.  

 

As far as the unanswered question about the flight of some dinosaurs such as the pteranodon and pteraydactl are more than adequately answered by the points below.

 

The previous article indicates higher oxegyn levels and other articles indicate twice the barometric pressure and the Expanding Earth Video indicates half the gravity thus seems to answer all the unanswered questions.

 

Thus, the only question left is if they could have physically grown that large under these conditions.  The previous article implies an atmospheric pressure of eight times that of Earth.

 

If not then they are results of transpermia...



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An article proposed weaker gravity and claimed half of what it is today which is exactly what I stated from the Expanding Earth Video...

Economos, AC. The largest land mammal. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 1981; 89:211–215

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This article argues for gravity playing the part assuming no one believes anymore that they lived in water which is not true, and that trackways show them walking on land which has been countered by the depth of the footprint - it was under water and quickly buried.

www.bearfabrique.org/Catastrophism/sauropods/biganims.html

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www.dinox.org/qa-economo.html

Indicates the Elephant is the largest any land animal can get under current gravity at about 6 tons.



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phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2015/07/14/the-largest-beasts-to-walk-the-earth/

Now we are cooking with Crysco - all things being the same all we have to do is find an extinct Elephant closest to the African and find out how much it weighed to prove the difference in gravity based on gravitational stress more so than less oxegen and atmospheric pressure.

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Mammut got to 15 tons or about twice as big and the Palaeoloxodon namadicus got to be 24 tones which seems to be nearly perfect with the former and with the latter you have the effects of more oxegyn and barometric pressure.


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Quite frankly I doubt the amount of oxegyn itself would lead to an increase is size, it would just allow all animals to operate more effortlessly which, itself, would not necessarily affect gravitational stress - test case would be astronauts with extended time in space and animals under water with less oxegyn such as the blue whale.

So, the contributing factors would be gravity and pressure...

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The Megalodon is about twice as big as the Great White...

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Gravitational tolerance and size of Brachiosaurus brancai

Fossil Record

Volume 5, Issue 1, pages 265–269, 2002

Bruno Günther, Enrique Morgado, Karl Kirsch and Hanns-Christian Gunga

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In an earlier study, Gunga et al. (1999) determined body size and body volume distribution by photogrammetry in sauropods from the Upper Jurassic in Tendaguru (Tanzania, East Africa). Specifically, they found a body mass of about 74,400 kg for a specimen of Brachiosaurus brancai. By means of dimensional analysis and a theory of biological similarity, moreover, it was possible to estimate the numerical value of the allometric exponent (b = −0.17) for gravitational tolerance (Gmax) of animals living on earth, which changes with the body mass. This theoretical exponent is close to Economos' empirical finding (b = − 0.14). Our results show that there remains an unsolved contradiction between the theoretical assumptions for Gmax for the body mass of the largest fully terrestrial animals.



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