Dino Destruction

Jul 6, 2022 | Blog | 0 comments

Have you considered what killed the dinosaurs?

Evolutionists will tell you that 65 million years ago the dinosaurs were killed off by a large asteroid or comet that hit our planet. With great authority they say that this impact left its evidence with the “K-T extinction event”. The K stands for the Cretaceous layer of rocks and the T stands for the Tertiary rock layer. Dinosaur bones appear only on the Cretaceous side of the geological column. When scientists examine this K-T boundary, they discovered that the rocks in this boundary layer had an unexpectedly high concentration of iridium. They incorrectly assumed that the only possible source of this iridium was from outer space, hence the asteroid theory. Everyone agrees most dinosaurs were killed off by some event, but is an asteroid the only possibility?
It has been discovered that volcanic eruptions also produce iridium. The iridium in the K-T rock boundary layer did not have to come from outer space. During the Flood of Noah, an unprecedented number of volcanoes would have been erupting, thus bringing up iridium from the bowels of the Earth. The watery flood would have spread the iridium across the globe. Apparently, at this particular point during the complex flood event, a high concentration of iridium was deposited within the rapidly accumulating sediments. The dinosaurs not on the ark would have died in this flood; hence, the reason they are found only in the cretaceous layer. The K-T boundary with its iridium layer is simply a confirmation of massive volcanic activity at a certain point during the worldwide flood. The evidence makes perfect sense when we start with the Bible and assume it is an accurate account of the true history of our planet.
(Source: Inspired Evidence – Von Vett & Malone )


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