This isn’t our first visit to the website of radio station WSAU in Wausau, Wisconsin. The last time was a month ago when we wrote Hitler: Racist, Socialist, and … Darwinist?, about a post by someone named Ben Armstrong. They have a bio page for him. He’s a talk radio guy.
Now the same station has a new post by Ben, titled The Myth of Dinosaurs the Reality of Dragons. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis:
Do you realize that dinosaurs are just a theory? A theory that is backed up by very shaky evidence. Most people believe in dinosaurs because they are taught in school about them. Rarely does a school teach the children that dinosaurs are just a theory and are not proven to be fact.
Wowie — dinosaurs are just a theory! Then he says:
The long recorded history of Dragons has been swapped out by the theory of dinosaurs. When did this happen? Well it all started in recent history, 1842 to be exact. Before 1842 everyone referred to these fossilized bones as dragon bones. Did you even know that?
This is amazing! Ben tells us:
One man named Sir Richard Owen created the term dinosaur in 1842. Dinosaur simply means terrible lizard. Understand, no one, in all of world history, believed there were dinosaurs before 1842. Everyone believed in the historical evidence of dragons. That’s because almost every single cultural around the world has historical evidence of dragons.
[*Begin Drool Mode*] Ooooooooooooh! [*End Drool Mode*] Historical evidence of dragons! Ben continues:
Is it an interesting that after this term was created, all of a sudden the first dinosaur discovery happens in 1858. Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences member, William Foulke excavated the first so-called dinosaur. It was a nearly-complete skeleton, only missing its head. A little fact that indicates that man killed this animal. Only men, when killing an animal, take only the head.
Men killed the dinosaur — or dragon — or whatever it was. Let’s read on:
The skeleton resembles many early drawings of dragons interestingly enough. But, to make the skeleton look bigger when it was on tour, William Foulke stood it up on its hind legs in a T-Rex position. If this skeleton had been found just 17 years earlier, before 1842, it would have been concluded that they were dragon bones. What a difference just a few years can make.
Egad — Tyrannosaurus rex is a fraud! Another excerpt:
Sir Richard Owen, who created the term dinosaur, was an evolutionist. [Gasp!] Many in the science community at this time we’re trying to disprove what the Bible taught. They wanted to prove Evolution to be true. They found out that many in the scientific community embraced the same goal. Besides, it was a good way to make money. Think of the billions of dollars the dinosaur industry generates today.
Dinosaurs are a gigantic fraud! Here’s more
Many of you are still laughing at this article. That’s probably because you don’t even know what a fossil is. So what exactly is a fossil? It is bone that is turned into rock. There’s actually no possible way to determine the difference between a regular Rock and a fossilized bone. If you were to test a dinosaur bone, it would just be the same as a rock. Fascinating how so many dinosaur bones are found in actual rock bed. How can anyone prove that these scientists didn’t just carve out a bone shape from the rocks?
Aha! All those fossils are fake — as we’ve always suspected!
Ben’s article is long, so we’ll have to skip a lot. This comes from the end:
Here’s what’s really interesting. I can make the case that any dinosaur fossils that they find are simply dragon bones. There are many historical accounts describing different types of dragons. Some have the long necks with the fat body, some are snake like. Some have wings and some do not. European culture documents dragons as fact. Ancient Chinese culture documents dragons as fact. The Bible dragons as fact [sic].
There is [sic] historical records that Dragons were real, but only theories about Dinosaurs.
So there you are, dear reader. Now you know The Truth™.
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