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Posted by Sam Patterson on October 7, 2002 04:00:05 UTC

"First, you say dinosaurs didn't have a mass extinction. Then, you back that up by telling us of "the massive climatic change after the flood". Your own answer contradicts itself....Tsk, tsk, tsk."

My answer does not contradict itself. Your problem with my answer is the wording. Let me clear the wording up here. I believe the vast majority, if not all, the dinosaurs died because of a climatic change after the flood. I was simply saying that if the dinosaurs are completely extinct, it is because of the after-effects of the flood.

Understand?

Sam, KC2GWX

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