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Poor old T-Rex

April 14, 2007

Not only do we find that the remaining descendent of the great predator of Jurassic Park (or carion eater, yes I know about the controversy) is a chicken, but we find that s/he played with children and ate nuts and berries before the fall ……

The scary thing is if you spend an hour or so surfing the web around intelligent design, you start to see sites such as this, which link to the various 2012 cults and other occult type material. Take this for example:

The body of information that best supports the concept of Intelligent Design comes from sacred geometry, an ancient art and science based on mathematical and geometric principles that show the relationship between all parts of creation.

Its almost as if all of the crazies are starting to cluster together. May be it is not that the lion will lay down with the lamb, but that T-Rex and Quetzalcoatl will provide the donkey rides at the end of the Universe?

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