A Jurassic graveyard in Patagonia, Argentina, holds more than 100 fossilized eggs and the bones of 80 Mussaurus patagonicus dinosaurs ranging in age from hatchling to adult. The trove of dinosaur remains suggests that these paleo-beasts lived in herds as early as 192 million years ago, a new study finds.
Abraham and Job
We can be certain that Job was a contemporary of Abraham. This means that when Job describes God overturning mountains, he's recounting something that happened recently, about 200 or so years before him.
Dinosaurs in Babylon
Babylon became a dwelling place for dragons after it had no human inhabitants. Dragons, or dinosaurs as the case may be, don't live in the same places as humans.
Dinosaurs in Hazor
Hazor became a dwelling for dragons after the people had been driven away. That's why any fossil remains in the area won't have humans and dinosaurs in the same sediments.
Dinosaurs in Jerusalem
We are told repeatedly by Jeremiah that dragons only inhabit places where there are no humans, or from where the humans have already been driven out. Judah only became a den of dragons after it became desolate.
Whether or not a Biblical word translated as a kind of serpent refers to something which may have been a dinosaur is context dependent. Sometimes a snake is just a snake. Sometimes a serpent is a Sauropod.
Extinction of Giant Land Reptiles
Behold Behemoth, a Sauropod dinosaur which lived in the Jordan valley during the time of Job and Abraham. Clearly not all of the giant land reptiles were made extinct by Noah's flood.
According to our compilation of doublespeak terms used in Paleobotany and Paleontology "abundant" is a euphemism for eradication. That's what Jurassic sediments preserve: the eradication of dinosaurs.
First Mammals; Rise of the Dinosaurs
First mammals? A place where mammals were buried doesn't make them the first mammals. The presence of mammal remains in sediment is used to place the sediment in timeline of the evolution narrative.
Decline of Glossopterids
In real estate it's location, location, location. In Paleodoublespeak its location, location, location. Glossopterids didn't inhabit a savanna ecosystem with arid to semiarid climates, so there aren't any.