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Q: finding scientist's website that answered question about dinosaurs ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: finding scientist's website that answered question about dinosaurs
Category: Relationships and Society > Religion
Asked by: blueandthebeen-ga
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Posted: 04 May 2006 21:40 PDT
Expires: 04 May 2006 21:57 PDT
Question ID: 725627
Many years ago I was watching a Kenneth Copeland show and he had a
scientist guest on there that explained how a lot of things in the
Bible worked. Going from memory I can pull a few search phrases out
but haven't found what I'm looking for. What I mainly remember is him
answering the question of what happened to the dinosaurs. He said
something like the firmament was actually a thin layer of ice and when
God caused the flood, He did so by not only rain and geysers but also
breaking the firmament which poured down on earth. That solid
firmament that separated the waters from the waters had held in a high
level of oxygen which is why people were so smart at first (Adam named
every animal on the planet) and lived longer lives (hundreds of years)
and then dumbed down later from lack of oxygen and life spans got
shorter. He cited studies about what increased oxygen does to the
brain. Anyway, without this firmament holding in all this concentrated
oxygen, the dinosaurs lungs could not support such a large body on
such little oxygen thus causing them to actually suffocate. I would
like to find the vhs of this show that day. I used to have it but it
has been lost over the years. Or even better would just be a website
of that scientist with all that information he talked about on the
show. I was fascinated by the whole thing and would like to study it
for myself. Thanks!
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