Part 1 of 27: Dinosaurs Did Not Exist

Written By Thomas Perez. October 20, 2019 at 5:46PM. Copyright 2019.

“The handwriting on the wall may be a forgery”

Hodgson

“In analyzing history, do not be too profound, for often the causes are quite superficial”

Emerson

Opening

During the nineteenth century a new world view of evolution was being pursued by then influential people such as Darwin and Marx. During this era of thought the first dinosaur discoveries were made. Were these discoveries ‘made’ to try to make up for inadequacies in the fossil record for the theory of evolution? The following issues raise red flags as to the integrity of the dinosaur industry and cast doubts as to whether dinosaurs ever existed: (1) dinosaur discoveries having occurred only within the last two centuries and in huge unusual concentrated quantities going against the laws of nature and probability; (2) dinosaur discoverers typically and generally not being disinterested parties without a vested interest; (3) the nature of public display preparation, calling into question the integrity and source of fossils, and allowing for the possibility of tampering and bone substitution, and the possibility of fraudulent activities on a systemic basis; (4) existing artistic drawings and public exhibits showing off-balance and awkward postures that basic physics would rule out as being possible; (5) very low odds of all these dinosaur bones being fossilized but relatively few bones of other animals; (6) implications of dinosaur discoveries to the theory of evolution and the belief that man was created in God’s image, suggesting possible hidden and subtle political or religious agendas served on a naive and unsuspecting public; and, (7) a lack of funding for organizations and people questioning or being skeptical of each and every discovery and public display.”

David Wozney, “Dinosaurs: Science or Science Fiction.”

According to the book, “The Dinosaur Project,” paleontological journalist Wayne Grady claims that the period circa 1870 to 1880 became “a period in North America where some of the most underhanded shenanigans in the history of science were conducted.” It is known as “The Great Dinosaur Rush” or “Bone Wars.” These “bone wars” were predominantly fought between two arch rivals; Edward Drinker Cope and Othniel Marsh. Unfortunately, most of their “findings” were based upon fabrications. Fabrications based upon a few selected teeth and some real fossils: The fossils of cats, dogs, pigs, chickens and horses! Many of these findings were altered. Alterations of alleged dinosaur bones are a necessary component to the cause of evolution. As a matter of fact there are companies with vested interests in collaboration with the paleontological field that actually create fake fossils.

“One of the main reasons that evolutionists “needed” the existence of dinosaurs was to answer the complicated problems present in the theory of evolution including: sea-dwelling animals evolving into land-dwellers; reptiles evolving wings, feathers, flying and becoming birds; as well as other reptiles evolving into warm-blooded creatures, live births, breasts and becoming mammals. Through their imaginary multi-million-year timeline and a variety of supposed transitional dinosaur forms, the paleontological establishment has been promoting various sea-dinosaur, reptile/birds and reptile/mammals to bridge these gaps. Many professionals and experts in the field have disputed such findings as often as they have been presented.” Moreover, “type “Dinosaur Skulls” into a search engine and you will find a variety of replicas, tailor made dinosaurs, and “museum-quality” fake skeletons.” All of these works of concoctions are fabricated from a few teeth and a few relatively small bones. From this we get giant monstrosities.

“To this day not a single complete skeleton of any dinosaur has ever been found! All the museum displays, models, mannequins, cartoons, and movies of prehistoric monsters you have ever seen are all imaginative reconstructions based on incomplete skeletons arranged in a manner paleontologists believe to be most realistic. Furthermore, the skeletons exhibited in museums are all admittedly intricate fabrications made of plaster, fiberglass, various epoxies, and other animal bones, not original fossils.”

Ibid.

In an article entitled “A Fossil’s Trail From Excavation to Exhibit” it is cited that, “Through moldmaking and casting we can totally fabricate limbs, ribs, vertebrae, etc, for the missing pieces of an articulated skeletal mount. Plaster, fiberglass and epoxies are often and commonly used. In reconstruction work on single bones, small to large cracks can be filled in with mache or plaster mixed with dextrin, a starch that imparts an adhesive quality and extra hardness to regular molding plaster. We’ve also had success using epoxy putties. Large missing fragments can be sculpted directly in place with these same materials.”

“Most people believe that the dinosaur skeletons displayed in museums consist of real dinosaur bones. This is not the case. The real bones are incarcerated in thick vaults to which only a select few highly placed researchers hold a key, which means that NO independent researcher has ever handled a tyrannosaurus rex bone. When people unaffiliated with the paleontological establishment attempt to gain access in order to study these dinosaur bones, they are met with refusal upon refusal…Only around 2100 dinosaur bones sets have been discovered worldwide, and out of these, only 15 incomplete Tyrannosaurus Rex bone sets have been found. These dinosaur bone sets have never formed a complete skeleton, but from these incomplete bones sets, paleontologists have constructed a hypothesis about the appearance of the whole skeleton, which they have modeled in plastic. If thousands of longnecks and large carnivorous reptiles had really roamed Earth, we wouldn’t only have found 2100 dinosaur bone sets, but millions of bones, with ordinary people tripping over them when digging in their vegetable patches.”

Robbin Koefoed, “The Dinosaurs Never Existed”

When children go to a dinosaur museum, are the displays they see displays of science or displays of art and science fiction? Are we being deceived and brainwashed at an early age into believing a dinosaur myth? Deep probing questions need to be asked of the entire dinosaur business. There may have been an ongoing effort since the earliest dinosaur ‘discoveries’ to plant, mix and match bones of various animals, such as crocodiles, alligators, iguanas, giraffes, elephants, cattle, kangaroos, ostriches, emus, dolphins, whales, rhinoceroses, etc; to construct and create a new man-made concept prehistoric animal called the “dinosaur.” Where bones from existing animals are not satisfactory for deception purposes, plaster substitutes may be manufactured and used. Some material similar or superior to plasticine clay or plaster of Paris would be suitable. Molds may also be employed. What would be the motivation for such a deceptive endeavor? Obvious motivations include trying to prove evolution, trying to disprove or cast doubt on the Christian Bible and the existence of the Christian God, and trying to disprove the ‘young-earth theory.’ The dinosaur concept implies that if God exists, He tinkered with His idea of dinosaurs for awhile, then probably discarded or became tired of this creation and then went on to create Man. The presented dinosaur historical timeline suggests an imperfect God who came up with the idea of Man as an afterthought, thus demoting the Biblical idea that God created man in His own image.

David Wozney, “Dinosaurs: Science or Science Fiction”

The Zigong Dino Ocean Art Company in Sichuan, China website boastfully cites, “Over 62% of our output goes to American and European markets, which means we will understand and are familiar with the intricacies and regulation of exporting to these regions…Since we are a partner of Dinosaur Museums, all products are made under the guidance of experts of the Chinese Academy of Sciences…We have gained a global sales network reaching the USA, Brazil, France, Poland, Russia, Germany, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, Peru, Argentina, Vancouver, Cincinnati, Chicago and other places.”

I have heard there is a fake-fossil factory in northeast China, in Liaoning Province, near the deposits where many of these recent alleged feather dinosaurs were found.”

Alan Feduccia, University of North Carolina Paleontology Professor.

Former Paleontology student Michael Forsell claimed on a radio interview with leading paleontologist Jack Horner, that he was “a total fraud, fabricating evidence and perpetuating the myth of dinosaurs.” He continued on saying, “I started my career in the field of paleontology, only to leave my studies once I realized the whole thing was a sham. It’s nonsense, most of the so-called skeletons in museums are actually plaster casts. They even do it openly on documentaries now, preserving the bones my ass! I struggled as a student, mainly because I could not tell the difference between a fossilized egg and an ordinary rock, and of course there is no difference. I was treated like a leper when I refused to buy into their propaganda, and promptly left the course. Dinosaurs never existed, the whole shebang is a freak show, they just grab a couple of old bones and form them into their latest Frankenstein’s monster-like exhibit. If dinosaurs existed they would be mentioned in the Bible. We are all being fooled and it’s wrong, but together we can stop it.”

“Relative dating is used to determine a fossil approximate age by comparing it to similar rocks and fossils of known ages. Absolute dating is used to determine a precise age of a fossil by using radiometric dating to measure the decay of isotopes, either within the fossil or more often the rocks associated with it.(Emphasis T. Perez). Therefore, any fossil found in a given area would be automatically placed within a rocks specific age.

https://www.fossilera.com/pages/dating-fossils

Dr. Margaret Helder cites, “Scientists used to be very impressed with the potential of radiometric data for coming up with absolutely reliable ages of some kinds of rocks. They do not feel that way anymore. Having had to deal with numerous calculated dates which are too young or too old compared with what they expected, scientists now admit that the process has many more uncertainties than they ever would have supposed in the early years. The public knows almost nothing about the uncertainties in the dating of the rocks. The impression that most people have received is that many rocks on Earth are extremely old and that the technology exists to make accurate measurements of the ages. Scientists have become more and more aware however that the measurements which the machines make, may tell us nothing about the actual age of a rock.”

Dr. Margaret Helder – “Completing the Picture, A Handbook on Museums and Interpretive Centers Dealing with Fossils,”

Dr. Storrs Olson, a Smithsonian Institute Scientist, wrote, “The idea of feathered dinosaurs and the theropod origin of birds is being actively promulgated by a cadre of zealous scientists acting in concert with certain editors at Nature and National Geographic who themselves have become outspoken and highly biased proselytizers of the faith. Truth and careful scientific weighing of evidence have been among the first casualties in their program, which is now fast becoming one of the grander scientific hoaxes or our age.” Dr. Olson also cited that it was “hype, wishful thinking, propaganda, nonsense fantasia, and a hoax.” (Emphasis T. Perez).

The paleontological establishment can control which hypotheses will be constructed through textbooks and the curriculum. In this way, students are brainwashed into a pseudo-reality controlled by the text material and the teacher’s authority. A short practical example; a random dental bone is found at an excavation site and from this dental bone, the rest of the skeleton is guessed at. We are not kidding about this. The entire dinosaurian field of the paleontological program is a sham.”

Robbin Koefoed, “The Dinosaurs Never Existed”

Moreover, “Why are there no discoveries by native Americans in all the years previous when they roamed the American continents? There is no belief of dinosaurs in the Native American religion or tradition. For that matter, why were there no discoveries prior to the nineteenth century in any part of the world? According to the World Book Encyclopedia, “before the 1800’s no one ever knew that dinosaurs existed.” During the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, large deposits of dinosaur remains were discovered…Why has man suddenly made all these discoveries?

David Wozney, “Dinosaurs: Science or Science Fiction”

Lets Dig Deeper

The belief in dinosaurs is an absolute idiosyncrasy. When I think of the place I onced cherished: ‘The Museum of Natural History’ in New York, I laugh at the elabrate fantasies and the pseudoscientific harm that it does to children today. And to think; all this is an attempt to deny God. It is a great money marketing tool too! The pseudoscience of paleontology is superficial to say the least. The definition of something superficial is that which only appears to be true or real only until examined more closely. The resemblance between breeds, like foxes, wolves and dogs are superficial. Such is the case of many paleontologists who claim that dinosaurs existed, and that some of them may have crossed over, or evolved, into our various modern day mammals, amphibians and birds.

“Ask your average paleontologist who is familiar with the phylogeny of vertebrates and they will probably tell you that yes, birds (avians) are dinosaurs. Using proper terminology, birds are avian dinosaurs; other dinosaurs are non-avian dinosaurs, and (strange as it may sound) birds are technically considered reptiles.”

https://ucmp.berkeley.edu/diapsids/avians.html

Are Birds Mammals? The answer to that question is “NO; a bird is NOT a mammal. …A bird is a member of Aves, a group of animals in the animal kingdom.” https://www.activewild.com/is-a-bird-a-mammal/

“All birds are classified as members of the Kindom Animalia, Phylum Chordata, and Class Aves.” (Phylum Chordata – Vertebrate. T. Perez).

https://www.thespruce.com/what-is-a-bird-385521

Animals with backbone (vertebrates) are mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, and reptiles – “the common five.” But just where did the concept of the “dinosaur” come from? Who discovered these creatures to begin with? What is their history?

According to science, the history of dinosaurs are that “They first appeared during the Triassic period, between 243 and 233.23 million years ago, although the exact origin and timing of the evolution of dinosaurs is the subject of active research…As such, birds were the only dinosaur lineage to survive the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event 66 million years ago”

https://artsandculture.google.com/entity/m029tx

But their alleged existence did not come into play until the 17th cent. “In 1677, Robert Plot is credited with discovering the first dinosaur bone, but his best guess as to what it belonged to was a giant human. It wasn’t until William Buckland, the first professor of geology at Oxford University, that a dinosaur fossil was correctly (incorrectly. T. Perez) identified for what it was.”

https://curiosity.com/topics/the-first-dinosaur-fossil-was-named-before-we-had-a-word-for-dinosaurs-curiosity/

Buckland “came across a key find made in 1815 England — the bones of an animal that would turn out to be the very same one discovered by Robert Plot over a hundred years prior. By looking at the bones of its teeth, jaw, and limbs, Buckland concluded in 1824 that they must be from some sort of extinct, carnivorous lizard. He named this ancient lizard “Megalosaurus,” although he didn’t grasp, understandably, that his specimen was a dinosaur. Still, because we still use the name Megalosaurus today, Buckland holds the honor of being the first person to name a species of dinosaur. You read that right: The first species of dinosaur was named before we knew what dinosaurs were — and before the word “dinosaur” was even invented.” This is purely was, and is, an interpolation, instead of what this creature really was.

Ibid.

But “the name was first coined by the English surgeon James Parkinson in 1822 and Buckland published his description in 1824. The jaw fossil was included in the original description by William Buckland, it has the classification number OUMNH J13505. The right dentary is the designated lectotype, Buckland did not establish any holotype for M. bucklandii, instead he used several fossils, including the dentary to constitute the type fossil material for this species. These fossils consisted of rib bones, bones from the hind limbs, vertebrae and elements from the pelvic girdle, together these fossils (the syntypes), describe the taxon.”

https://blog.everythingdinosaur.co.uk/?s=megalosaurus

However, according to science “The oldest dinosaurs yet discovered date back nearly 230m years to the Late Triassic epoch. Fossils of Herrerasaurus and Eoraptor were discovered in Argentina; both were bipedal carnivores (meat-eaters that walked on two legs), and small in comparison to the giant dinosaurs that would follow. Eoraptor was the size of a cat, (or dog – T. Perez) while Herrerasaurus was the size of a pony.”

https://amp-theguardian-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/amp.theguardian.com/science/2009/feb/07/first-dinosaurs-late-triassic?amp_js_v=a2&amp_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQCKAE%3D#aoh=15716159928800&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.theguardian.com%2Fscience%2F2009%2Ffeb%2F07%2Ffirst-dinosaurs-late-triassic

Megalosaurus, Herrerasaurus and Eoraptor

The alledged first three dinosaur discoveries must be examined analytically if we are to ascertain whether they are based upon past realities or suppositions. Although the Herrerasaurus and the Eoraptor were supposedly the first discovered, we will look into the Megalosaurus first, since it is considered the first animal that was coined the term “dinosaur.”

The Megalosaurus was “…discovered at Stonesfield in Oxfordshire, England. The fossils (bones – T. Perez) included parts of a back leg, hip bones, a shoulder blade, and a lower jaw. James Parkinson named it Megalosaurus, which means “great lizard.” Dinosaurs were not known then, and scientists thought it was a giant lizard.”

https://animals.howstuffworks.com/dinosaurs/megalosaurus.htm

The following pictures show all that there is to the mythical Megalosaurus. The last two pictures illustrate how far the Megalosaurus has come; from only a few meager strips of fossilized evidence, to a gigantic monstrosity based upon art, craftsmanship and a keen eye for the fanciful…

Paleontologists claim confirmation of M. Bucklandii, claiming that “Megalosaurus was the first non-avian dinosaur genus named; the first of which the remains had with certainty been scientifically described was Streptospondylus, in 1808 by Cuvier.”

Allain, R. (2001). “Redescription deStreptospondylus altdorfensis, le dinosaure théropode de Cuvier, du Jurassique de Normandie” (PDF)Geodiversitas23 (3): 349–367.

The following picture shows the reversed vertebra from the mythical Streptospondylus; their proof of confirmation. This is nothing short of wishful fanciful suppositions.

Streptospondylus (meaning “reversed vertebra”) is a genus of tetanuran theropod dinosaur known from the Late Jurassic period of France, 161 million years ago. It was a medium-sized predator. Streptospondylus was one of the first dinosaurs collected and was the first described, though not the first dinosaur named. It was not recognised as a theropod dinosaur until 2001. Another apparent comfirmation of the Megalosaurus is that of the “Scrotum Humanum.” The Scrotum Humanum can be seen drawn in the museums display window in the 1st and 2nd picture above. The following picture below is a closer look…

The bone, now lost, was believed by Robert Plot, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford and first curator of the Ashmolean Museum, to be from a very large animal or a giant human being, like those mentioned in the Bible. But for some odd reason it has been associated with Megalosaurus.

Robert Plot: A brief biography of this important geologists life and work” (PDF)Oxford University Museum of Natural History. p. 4. Retrieved 14 June 2013.

Sarjeant, William A. S. (1997). “The earliest discoveries”. In Farlow, James O.; Brett-Surman, Michael K. (eds.). The Complete Dinosaur. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. pp. 3–11. ISBN 978-0-253-33349-0.

The rest are nothing but lithograph illustrations. NOTHING REAL. The following 2 pictures illustrate this…

Lithography and its process can be learned and discovered in the following link…

https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/special-topics-art-history/creating-conserving/printmaking/v/moma-intro-to-lithography

Eoraptor and Herrerasaurus

According to an article that appeared in the ‘New York Times,’ “Scientists said today that they had discovered the 225-million-year-old remains of the world’s most primitive dinosaur, a dog-sized creature that they said would shed new light on the dinosaurs’ early family tree. Paleontologists said the newly discovered dinosaur, which they named Eoraptor, was just a couple evolutionary steps away from the common ancestor of all dinosaurs. Though Eoraptor has the most primitive features, it is not the oldest dinosaur known; that honor belongs to the slightly older Herrerasaurus, found under a mile away at the same site in 1988.” https://www.nytimes.com/1993/01/06/us/team-finds-bones-of-early-dinosaur.html

This is the article as it appeared in the NYT’s

This is the discovery…

And THIS is what they CONCOCTED out from it. It could easily have been a large lizard of some sort, possibly a bird. But I, or someone else, would have to examine it closer to ascertain the truth. But then again there’s that prime directive; no one is allowed to examine these things except paleontologists.

The Herrerasaurus: was one of the earliest dinosaurs. Its name means “Herrera’s lizard,” after the rancher who discovered the first specimen in outcrops near the city of San Juan, Argentina in 1959. The following picture is the only supposedly actual fossil. This could have been the skull of a large dog. Just Google “skull of a large dog” or “skulls of animals.” You will be surprised. A deformity perhaps?

THIS is what they CONCOCTED out from it…

Now considering what we read in our opening above; isn’t this stretching things a bit too far? This is absurd and quite laughable to say the least. What they are trying to do is keep the dynamo effect of building elaborate looking animals to fit within their evolutionary tree chain of life. Got to keep that Darwinism going in mythical sequential order; along with their investors, of course.

Now that we have looked into the “Big Three,” so to speak: The Megalosaurus, the Eoraptor and the Herrerasaurus, we will begin our next article on the Dinosura “family tree” of genus and their suborders; the Theropods, the Sauropods, the Pterosauria and the Ornithischia. We will also look into the complete list of all dinosaurs catalogued – starting from A to Z. We will also check into the alleged authentication of all fossils found.

To Be Continued In Part 2: Dinosaurs Whose Names Begin With The Letter “A.”