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  • Sunday, August 28, 2005

    "For them, the Flintstones is a documentary"

    According to this article, from the Los Angeles Times, some rather loopy types, who perhaps would be better off in a padded cell have been attempting to sell the myth that dinosaurs lived in the garden of Eden with Adam and Eve, and, according to these rather disturbed individuals, someone managed to march all the dinosaurs, two by two onto Noah's Ark:

    "Dinosaurs lived in the Garden of Eden, and Noah's Ark? Give me a break," said Kevin Padian, curator at the University of California Museum of Paleontology in Berkeley and president of National Center for Science Education, an Oakland group that supports teaching evolution. "For them, 'The Flintstones' is a documentary." Tyrannosaurus rex and his gigantic brethren find themselves on both sides of the nation's renewed debate over the Earth's origins and the continuing fight over whether Charles Darwin's "The Origin of Species" or Genesis best explains the development of life.
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