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Date Posted: 08:13:46 10/13/06 Fri
Author: Cricket
Subject: I understand
In reply to: Jay 's message, "I'll put it this way . . ." on 20:38:36 10/11/06 Wed

A few years ago we went to Dinosaur Monument in Eastern Utah. I am sure you could drive there blindfolded. Anyway, what struck me about the dinosaur story is that I doubt not that they existed, but if they were destroyed during the Flood, then that would mean at least being alive on the earth at the same time as man, whether or not there was any interaction.

All of the fossils are found in river beds, or areas where there may or may not have been a sea. As I looked out over the Painted Desert, as well as the petrified forest, it just screams FLOOD! to me.

Oh well. I am a total amatuer in this area. I was more into the ruins of Pompeii...loved sites with volcanoes nearby. When we lived in Washington state, I loved walking around Mt. Ranier. I was too chicken to get to Mt. St. Helen's. Someday...

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