I am merely going to point out that there are more scientific anomalies in the theory of dinosaurs than there are evidence that dinosaurs did exist. In fact, one of the biggest reasons to doubt the theory is that in fact there is no scientific evidence. I will get to that in the following top ten list. So, is the theory of Dinosaurs a hoax? Or is it true, that giant dinosaurs roamed the Earth in prehistoric days?
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The Idiocy, Fabrications and Lies of Ancient Aliens
Humans lived with dinosaurs? It may sound crazy but there are increasing number of evidences which show that many scientists of our world are no better that those stupid and hardcore religious fanatics of Islam and Christianity who just cannot come out of their religious beliefs and think that everything in this world is governed by a doctrine flawed in every possible sense. Turns out that the very notion of dinosaurs having died off some 65 million years ago is nothing more than an elaborate lie which the mainstream scientists and paleontologists have been repeating for decades. Nothing could beat statistics in forging a lie into a truth that every single soul in this world will believe.
The Nastiest Feud in Science
Since , scientists have reckoned the ages of many old objects by measuring the amounts of radioactive carbon they contain. New research shows, however, that some estimates based on carbon may have erred by thousands of years. It is too soon to know whether the discovery will seriously upset the estimated dates of events like the arrival of human beings in the Western Hemisphere, scientists said. But it is already clear that the carbon method of dating will have to be recalibrated and corrected in some cases. They arrived at this conclusion by comparing age estimates obtained using two different methods - analysis of radioactive carbon in a sample and determination of the ratio of uranium to thorium in the sample.
Until now, I have assiduously avoided Ancient Aliens. I had a feeling that if I watched the show—which popularizes far-fetched, evidence-free idiocy about how human history has been molded by extra-terrestrial visitors—my brain would jostle its way out of my skull and stalk the earth in search of a kinder host. Or, at the very least, watching the show would kill about as many brain cells as a weekend bender in Las Vegas.