Did Giant Comet Help Hobbits Reach Flores?

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  1. Ophiolite Valued Senior Member

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    Gross stupidity and juvenile mentality on your part.
     
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  3. OilIsMastery Banned Banned

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    Keep em coming. Just don't provide any scientific references or logic because then I might actually be persuaded by you which would be tragic.
     
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  5. Ophiolite Valued Senior Member

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    I am maintaining my requests to the mods that you be perma-banned. I expect if you keep up your behaviour that it will happen very soon. Make the most of your remaining time.
     
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  7. OilIsMastery Banned Banned

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    Still waiting for scientific references.
     
  8. D H Some other guy Valued Senior Member

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    Seconded!
    This is a case where the admonition "don't feed the trolls" is wrong. Feed the troll!
     
  9. Trippy ALEA IACTA EST Staff Member

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    Once again, either you're a liar, or an idiot.

    The one indicated by your own map, towards the right hand side (almost hard on it) from approximately the middle right, to the bottom right. The one that was probably a series of volvanic islands, perhaps with some continental crustal material, formed at a convergent plate margin.n.


    This is a complete fabrication - in otherwords an outright lie on your part.

    It's been known since the mid '60s that there is cretaceous evidence of fossils in North America.

    South American Marsupials: A Successful Crossing of the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary, by Judd A. Case and Michael O. Woodburne © 1986 SEPM Society for Sedimentary Geology.
    "Late cretaceous marsupial faunas in North America have representatives from four different families: the Peradectidae, Stagodontidae, Pediomyidae, and the didelphid sub family Glasbiinae (Clemens, 1979) is placed in Caroloameghiniidae by Marshall... ...The record emerging from South America indicates that four different sub families are present in late cretaceous deposits - pediomyds in Peru (Sige 1972) and Bolivia (Muizon et al., 1984)caroloameghiniids (Marshall et al., 1983), and two sub families of didelphids... ...from Bolivia."

    And here we have this:
    http://dml.cmnh.org/2005Dec/msg00508.html
    The finding in 2005 of a Fossilized North American Marsupial in Europe (seeing as how you're apparently geographically challenged, the Netherlands is still part of Europe).

    So, once again, you are shown to be a liar, or stupid.

    China -> Sth East Asia -> Island Chain -> Australia -> Antartica -> South America
     
  10. AlphaNumeric Fully ionized Moderator

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    We're still waiting for you to show any scientific knowledge. All you do is just go to Google and quote mine. The ability to use a search engine does not equate to scientific understanding and competence. You consistently fail to show understanding of the quotes you provide, often claiming something contradictory to what the quote you provide says.

    You consistently ignore corrections from people who do know science, who understand what the quotes mean.

    You repeatedly say "Provide scientific references" when you don't provide relevant references or show understanding of them. You whine when you think people don't provide relevant references, yet you are guilty of that more than anyone.
     
  11. OilIsMastery Banned Banned

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    Unfortunately for plate tectonics, marsupials do not appear in South America until the late Cretaceous.

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    And sorry Trippy, they appear in Peru and Bolivia only so no possible migration from Central America or Antarctica.

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    Hmmm...:scratchin:
     
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  12. Trippy ALEA IACTA EST Staff Member

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    And thus, you prove you're both a liar, and an idiot.
     
  13. common_sense_seeker Bicho Voador & Bicho Sugador Valued Senior Member

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    OIM, I agree with the general consensus of opinion on the Marsupial story. This link sums the evidence up particularly well.

    I propose that the land bridge was so short lived that only early humans were able to make the biogeographical transitions. Other fauna and flora simply didn't have time to establish themselves across the new routes i.e. Papua > Australia and Australia > America.
     
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