Cooper Dinosaur is Super Duper

It is easy to imagine happenings on the Mackenzie sheep and cattle farm down Australia way. Sandy, their teenage son, made a discovery on their property in 2004. Mayhaps he was given a "That's nice, dear" response. In 2006, his parents were riding their motorbikes and found some rocks. Nope, not rocks. Dinosaur bones.

Australotitan cooperensis is the largest dinosaur in Australia rivals other recent dinosaur finds. Secularists will not see the evidence, but it was buried in the Genesis Flood.
Australotitan cooperensis image credit: Wikimedia Commons / Sauriazoicillus (modified, CC BY-SA 4.0)

Robyn and Stuart Mackenzie are doing paleontology now. The dinosaur is the largest found in 'Straya, and it was nicknamed Cooper because it was found near Cooper Creek in Queensland. After years of work, it was finally made official, names, and announced. It compares to other critters like those found in Argentina and Newfoundland. Be proud, Aussies!

Most of it is missing, but artists still use their imaginations to dress up Cooper like a million-dollar trooper.

Secularists believe in deep time and gradual processes, so they miss evidence (ofttimes deliberately, methinks) of sudden burial caused by the Genesis Flood. These burials are not occasional anomalies here and there, but also involve the rock layers in which they were found that covered wide areas.

Scott Hocknull from the Queensland Museum headed the research and field investigations. He and five others, including Robyn and Stuart Mackenzie, published their findings in the journal PeerJ on 7 June 2021.1 At 130 pages, it is a thorough paper in which they meticulously describe much relevant detail for A. cooperensis, such as the geology and paleontology of the discoveries. They also summarise other dinosaur finds in Queensland over the last decade or so.

These scientists have done careful research, faithfully excavating, measuring, and recording the find. However, it’s fascinating that they have not recognized the dramatic evidence that this dinosaur perished in Noah’s Flood and was buried during that event, which destroyed the earth some 4,500 years ago. I suppose it’s understandable they did not consider this because such an idea would not have been given serious mention in their geological training. Mainstream geologists do not even think about the possibility that Noah’s Flood happened. In fact, to mention such an idea among their colleagues would risk losing their job.

You can read the full article at "Australia’s largest dinosaur drowned and buried in Noah’s Flood".

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