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Fifty llamas yay! which reminds me back when I used to work with llamas they really are sweet hearts you know, there was this one... (2 hours later) I sure did learn my lesson that day, just because you can hold a pigeon with its legs between your fingers doesn't mean the chickens like it.
  • Listening to: Jim Reeves- Aura Lee
  • Reading: useless tripe
  • Watching: my sanity slip out of multiple orphuses
  • Playing: Russian roulette with a cap gun
  • Eating: way to much Ice cream
  • Drinking: Hard,hard liquor
Link to keep me honest (www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/20…)


Last time on the walking brain-dead:

Damn you David Wozney, Damn you to hell!

National Geographic and the Ice Age movies were produced by Mason Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. and 20th Century Fox.  The Masonic production company Universal Studios created Jurassic Park and The Land Before Time.  They are owned by Comcast, whose main shareholders are Masons JP Morgan and the Rothschilds.  Discovery Channel which features many dinosaur documentaries is also financially advised by N M Rothschild and Sons Limited.

Well nice to get the crazy right out in the open, isn't it nonexistent studio audience?

Ok, "Mason" Rupert Murdoch has owned Fox since 2013 and with it 73% of national geographic the other 27% is owned by the national geographic society and he also by some recent consequence is acting CEO of fox news as of 2016 (tide goes up, tide goes down you can't explain that!) he is also a republican (but that's neither hear nor there) as for him being a mason I have found no evidence if he is or isn't,so I'll let Hitchy boys razor shave the day.

as for Universal studios, JP Morgan has been dead since 1913 and as for the Rothschild's, if I jump down that rabbit hole I'll never get out but needless to say they are just some rich people, like modern Jew-habsburgs.

Former Paleontology student Michael Forsell claimed on a radio interview with leading paleontologist Jack Horner, that he was “a total fraud, fabricating evidence and perpetuating the myth of dinosaurs.” He continued on saying, “I started my career in the field of paleontology, only to leave my studies once I realized the whole thing was a sham. It’s nonsense, most of the so-called skeletons in museums are actually plaster casts. They even do it openly on documentaries now, preserving the bones my ass! I struggled as a student, mainly because I could not tell the difference between a fossilized egg and an ordinary rock, and of course there is no difference. I was treated like a leper when I refused to buy into their propaganda, and promptly left the course. Dinosaurs never existed, the whole shebang is a freak show, they just grab a couple of old bones and form them into their latest Frankenstein’s monster-like exhibit. If dinosaurs existed they would be mentioned in the Bible. We are all being fooled and it’s wrong, but together we can stop it.”

I couldn't find much on This Michael Forsell guy, but considering what I have just heard he seems to be an intellectual light-weight who thinks his teachers are idiots because the won't tolerate his stupidity (I have met way to many of these for one lifetime) but I think that second last sentence really shows his true colours. At least we still Have Bob Bakker to remind us not all religious people have shit for brains (just like 60% of us with or without em')

Many claim that since dinosaur fossils have been radiometrically dated to be tens of millions of years old that their authenticity is thus proven.  The fact is, however, that the methods used to date dinosaur fossils involve not measuring the actual fossils, but the rocks near where they are found.  Most fossils are found near the surface of the earth, and if a modern-day animal were to die in the area, paleontologists would be likely to date them the same age!  Dr. Margaret Helder in her book “Completing the Picture, A Handbook on Museums and Interpretive Centers Dealing with Fossils,” she writes, “Scientists used to be very impressed with the potential of radiometric for coming up with absolutely reliable ages of some kinds of rocks.  They do not feel that way anymore.  Having had to deal with numerous calculated dates which are too young or too old compared with what they expected, scientists now admit that the process has many more uncertainties than they ever would have supposed in the early years. The public knows almost nothing about uncertainties in the dating of rocks.  The impression that most people have received is that many rocks on earth are extremely old and that the technology exists to make accurate measurements of the ages.  Scientists have become more and more aware however that the measurements which the machines make, may tell us nothing about the actual age of the rock.”

I am lucky today, I don't have to put doctor in quotation marks, Dr.Helder seem to actually have a p.h.d.. She is also a "creation scientist" and she writes many scathing articles that I'm sure really hurt Darwin's feelings, and as far as her real contributions to science... she discovered a new species of aquatic fungus in 1971... well I guess as a an "accomplished" "scientist" she has the right to speak about an area of science she knows nothing about, seem legit. 

One of the main reasons that evolutionists “needed” the existence of dinosaurs was to answer the complicated problems present in the theory of evolution including: sea-dwelling animals evolving into land-dwellers; reptiles evolving wings, feathers, flying and becoming birds; as well as other reptiles evolving warm-blood, live births, breasts and becoming mammals.  Through their imaginary multi-million-year timeline and a variety of supposed transitional dinosaur forms, the paleontological establishment has been promoting various sea-dinosaur, reptile/birds and reptile/mammals to bridge these gaps.  Many professionals and experts in the field have disputed such findings as often as they have been presented, however.  Dr. Storrs Olson, a Smithsonian Institute Scientist, wrote, “The idea of feathered dinosaurs and the theropod origin of birds is being actively promulgated by a cadre of zealous scientists acting in concert with certain editors at Nature and National Geographic who themselves have become outspoken and highly biased proselytizers of the faith.  Truth and careful scientific weighing of evidence have been among the first casualties in their program, which is now fast becoming one of the grander scientific hoaxes or our age.” 

Dr.Olson did in 1999 believe that their was no link between dinosaurs and birds, I have no Idea if his views have changed but it doesn't matter. your constant appeals to authority are starting to bring back repressed memories (
Damn you David Wozney, Damn you to hell!) I should also ad that in this instance Dr.Olson had a valid criticism of national geographic's jumping the gun on the now known hoax Archaeoraptor.

No authentic feathers have ever been found with dinosaur fossils, though a few exposed hoaxes certainly attempted to fake it.  Dr. Olson called the adding of feathers to their findings “hype, wishful thinking, propaganda, nonsense fantasia, and a hoax.”  In the 1990s many fossils with feathers were supposedly discovered in China (suspiciously close to the Zigong Dino Ocean Art Company), but when examined Dr. Timothy Rowe found the so-called “Confuciusornis” was an elaborate hoax.  He also found the “Archeoraptor” supposedly discovered in the 90s was composed of bones from 5 different animals!  When Dr. Rowe presented his findings to National Geographic the head scientist reportedly remarked “well all of these have been fiddled with!  National Geographic then proceeded with their news conferences and media stories about the Archeoraptor fossils being genuine and having found the missing link in evolution.

Ok... first of all the exact spot where the original Confuciusornis fossil was found can't be narrowed down further than it was in the Yixian formation (in Jinzhou, Liaoning ) , which if by "suspiciously close to the Zigong Dino Ocean Art Company" (in Zigong, Sichuan) you mean a 25 hr drive (over 2,000 kilometers) and with over 40 or so toll roads to go on, but you could just walk it It, would only take you 558 hours.

side note: also the ever so popular concept of "the missing Link" is so asinine that I won't get into it.

Well... I saw the pigeon on my daily walk so that has made my day, (you never forget a blue, check hen with an crooked leg)
  • Listening to: Jim Reeves- Aura Lee
This time on the Shitpost Show...

(Link to keep me honest: www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/20…)

The possibility exists that key dinosaur bones on display have been artificially modified through sculpture and carving.  Bone sculpture is not an unknown human activity.  Many cultures participate in creating man-made objects out of existing bones, totally unrecognizable from the original shape.  Is the dinosaur industry a customer of this sort of business?  Is it possible that dinosaur skeleton replica are secretly assembled or manufactured in private buildings out of public view, with bones artificially constructed or used from a number of different modern-day animals?  Why bother having any authentic original fossils at all if alleged replicas please the public?  -David Wozney, “Dinosaurs: Science or Science Fiction”

(Gettin' real tired of these quotes) If you honestly believe that fossils being bone carving is a possibility you must have no knowledge of skeletal anatomy and composition, or fossilization, though I should expect as much considering Mr. Wozney is an accountant and has no background in science, and you teach yoga and Wing Chung and have no background in science (are we seeing a trend here). The reason fossils of bones can't be carvings is because bones are not like a slab of marble, (relatively) consistent and uniform, Bones have a thin hard layer on the outside maid of Cortical bone and a spongy inner layer called Cancellous bone. Only Cortical bone is practical for carving and because of this most bone carvings are either small, made of multiple bones, or made of large bones. There is also the slight problem that all non-avian dinosaur fossils are just that, fossils meaning the organic matter has be replaced by minerals over time forming and exact copy of the real animal and therefore not bone.

 Another problem with dinosaurs is their unnatural structural dynamics.  Many dinosaur skeletons and reconstructions feature bipedal monsters like the T-Rex with a forward-leaning torso and head far larger and heavier than its counter-balancing tail.  Many museum displays cannot even stand up under their own weight; it is highly unlikely that beasts this large and disproportionate could exist at all.  The loads acting on their skeletons are so great that calculations indicate the bones of the largest dinosaurs would buckle and crack under their own immense weight!  Experts have also pointed out that dinosaurs would have to have moved much slower than portrayed in movies to prevent sudden shocks to their skeletons.

You have no source for this information but that is because it is fallacious, I could leave it at that but that wouldn't be sporting.

You are only taking into account the weight of the bones and not the other 80%(or so) of the creature you see tail the largest muscles on a dinosaur were at the legs (center of mass) with the second largest muscles being in the tail, the tail was also probably were most of the fat was stored. everything you said after is vary plainly false
as shown here:

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/artic…

journals.plos.org/plosone/arti…

This idea of slow moving animals does not agree with the bio-mechanical analysis of dinosaurs, which indicate that the Dinosaurs were agile, active creatures.  This is the paradox between the Dinosaurs size and lifestyle.  Many displays and drawings of dinosaurs appear to be an absurdity, showing a two-legged animal that would be totally off-balance, with the weight of head and abdomen much greater than weight of tail, which is supposed to act as a counter-balance.  Is the dinosaur industry a case of science trying to meet public desires or expectations?  The movie Jurassic Park is an example of showing dinosaurs much larger than any current displays in museums.  After the movie came out, it is interesting to note that many articles were written asking ‘Is this possible?’ I can recall a report of dinosaur DNA being discovered preserved in amber, which later turned out to be false.”  -David Wozney, “Dinosaurs: Science or Science Fiction”

(Damn you David Wozney, Damn you to hell) I have addressed this, Also I will add that false positives (assuming you speak the truth, the whole truth and nothin' but the truth (when hell freezes over)) do not equal world wide Conspiracy.

Overall, several millions of dollars have been spent promoting the existence of dinosaurs through movies, TV, magazines and comics.  The world of movies and paleontology are like Siamese twins.  People’s view on the existence of dinosaurs is based not on firm evidence, but on Hollywood fixated artistic impressions.  Documentaries colorfully illustrate each dinosaur’s characteristics, like colors, weight and muscle mass, but Don Lessem (advisor for Jurassic Park) admits that this is pure guesswork - consider for instance the question of how much these dinosaurs weigh.  Don Lessem says, ‘Scientists don’t know how much dinosaurs weighed!’”  -Robbin Koefoed, “The Dinosaurs Never Existed”

All of this is stupid and has been previously addressed, but I will say that just because a movie has a dinosaur that they had to guess the colour for does not mean there trying to trick you, would you prefer walking skeletons?

Dinosaurs are presented to the public with colorful artistic reconstructions, drawings, models, mannequins, gigantic skeletons in museums, cartoons and movies showing these beasts in explicit detail, but the fact is from the assigning and arrangement of bones in each species, to the impossible to discern soft tissue, skin, eyes, noses, color, hairyness, texture etc., just like the many supposed Ape-Man species, all dinosaur reconstructions are 100% fictional fabrications created by invested and inventive evolutionists.  They purposely present dinosaurs to children in the media to spark and bias their young imaginations towards their machinations.  Cartoons like “Ice Age” and “The Land Before Time,” movies like “Jurassic Park” and “Dinosaur Island,” coloring books, dolls, plastic toys, elementary school textbooks, and huge displays in children’s museums certainly have an effect on budding young minds.

FOSSIL BONE+TRACE FOSSIL+SPECULATION=YOUR ARGUMENT IS INVALID!



  • Listening to: Jim Reeves- Have I told You Lately That I Love You
the legend continues

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Whatever destination these establishment-funded archeologists and paleontologists set, it seemed they found incredible numbers of fossils in tiny areas.  In one of the largest dinosaur excavation sites, called the Ruth Mason Quarry, over 2,000 fossils were allegedly discovered.  Casts and original skeletons assembled from these bones are currently on display in over 60 museums world-wide.  Florentino Ameghino, head of paleontology at La Plata Museum is amazingly responsible for 6,000 fossil species supposedly discovered throughout his career all in Argentina.  Dinosaur hunter Earl Douglass sent 350 tons of excavated “dinosaur” bones to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History throughout his career, all coming from the “Dinosaur National Monument” in Utah.  During an expedition to Patagonia, Dr. Luis Chiappe and Dr. Lowell Dingus supposedly discovered thousands of dinosaur eggs at a site of only a few hundred square yards.  Many experts have mentioned how such finds of huge quantities of fossils in one area, by just a few highly-invested individuals, goes against the laws of natural probability and lends credence to the likelihood of forgeries or concentrated planting efforts.

The reason many fossil beds have high concentrations of specimens is that in these particular areas large amounts of sediment were deposited probably multiple times over thousands of years and said areas have at least some degree of favorability for fossil formation, and note the areas usually as associated with fossilization were usually once floodplains or ocean floors, places you would expect to be buried in sediment every so often, as 
appose mountains where sediment is washed off if anything and is not conducive to fossilization. Its not as there were no mountain dinosaurs, just that the sediment there remains were buried in were washed into the lowlands by natural erosion and more than likely pulverized without a trace 9 times out of 10. So what we can conclude from the prior explanation is that regularly many creatures (usually dead) buried semi regularly over thousands of years and then given the conditions to fossilize would lead to lots of fossils especially if this is a breeding ground where thousands if not tens of thousands of individuals gather annually over thousands of years, given this information it make sense that we would see large concentrations of fossils in a few places with some outliers do mostly to rocks from one place being moved to an other either by natural means or artificial or maybe the super rare occasional fluke of right place right time. In fact If we did find fossils in small numbers evenly distributed over the surface of the earth that would be suspicious, and In my opinion would be the best argument for creationism if it weren't for the fact that this has never happened anywhere ever.

I would also ad that your point about Florentino Ameghino seems a little deceptive do to the fact that you refer to him as "
head of paleontology at La Plata Museum" and say he " is amazingly responsible for 6,000 fossil species supposedly discovered throughout his career all in Argentina". as in the present tense, even though he was born in 1854 and died in 1911 and I don't no weather this was intentional so I can't take away points but I do seriously wonder of this is to avoid the fact that he was a pioneer in South American Paleontology and that because he was breaking new ground he saw everything first and so got to name everything that was common as well as anything rare he found so it makes sense he would have many discoveries under his belt, and there is also the fact that most if not all of his discoveries were Cenozoic fossils and so have had less time to be destroyed and so there are more of them.

‘Dinosaur’ bones sell for a lot of money at auctions. It is a profitable business. There is pressure for academics to publish papers. Museums are in the business of producing displays that are popular and appealing. Movie producers and the media need to produce material to sell to stay in business. The mainstream media loves to hype alleged dinosaurs finds. Much is to be gained by converting a bland non-dinosaur discovery, of a bone of modern origin, into an impressive dinosaur find, and letting artists' interpretations and imaginations take the spotlight, rather than the basic boring real find. There are people who desire and crave prestige, fame and attention. There is the bandwagon effect and crowd behaviour. And then there are people and entities pursuing political and religious agendas. Highly rewarding financial and economic benefits to museums, educational and research organizations, university departments of paleontology, discoverers and owners of dinosaur bones, and the book, television, movie, and media industries may cause sufficient motivations for ridiculing of open questioning and for suppression of honest investigation.”  -David Wozney, “Dinosaurs: Science or Science Fiction”. 

Your constant quoting of an Gloried accountant who clearly has little to no paleontological 
knowledge is beginning to annoy me but digress, yes dinosaur bones do sell for a lot of money at auction because they are very old, very rare, and very cool. a Ford model T will also sell for a lot of money at auction, because they are very old, very rare, and very cool. As far as academics go, there is pressure to publish papers in all fields, its called contributing to the collective knowledge of mankind, most scientists enjoy this. On "your" point on museums, The prehistoric life sections of museums aren't necessarily the most visited unless they are a paleontology specific museum, which are usually located in the same general area as the associated formation(s).

My local museum,
The Royal Ontario Museum Is very fortunate in  that It has a very extensive collection of fossils, but it most popular exhibit is the exhibit on the blue whale, Its most popular exhibit was previously the paleontological section but that is do to it having the only currently unearthed Wendiceratops. Also "your" jab at paleoartists was just stupid the reason artistic renditions are done is because we no dinosaurs had flesh but most of the time we don't know what it looks like so we guess, because speculation is generally useful especially if you wan't to convey what an animal may have looked like. To close, David Wozney wouldn't no an "honest investigation. if it struck him in the head.

The fact that “T-Rex” bones have sold at auctions for upwards of $12 million shows how lucrative the field of dinosaur-hunting can be, and it just happens to be Museum officials who serendipitously seem to make the most prolific finds!  The first dinosaur to ever be publicly displayed was the “Hadrosaurus foulkii,” at  Edward Drinker Cope’s Academy of Natural Sciences in Philidelphia.  The bones were co-discovered by Joseph Leidy, Cope’s esteemed professor, and the man responsible for the “Trachodon” toothosaurus.  The original Hadrosaurus reconstruction, which is still on display today, shows a huge plaster cast bipedal reptile standing upright using its tail as a third-leg.  What few people know, however, is that no skull was ever discovered and no original bones were put in the public exhibit.

The reason T-Rex bones sell for so much is because they are pretty much the most well know dinosaur, not all fossils are that expensive, I could have a complete  Claudiosaurus for 18,000 USD or I could get a juvenile carcharodontosaurus tooth for 75 USD.

As far as that bit of faf you wrote about the hadrosaurus display, Of course they used models, that's common practice, because the plaster casts are lighter so less structurally difficult to prop up, they are also harder to break.

A visual and a sculptural artist were promptly hired to invent a skull, and from the illustrations of another artist, who had depicted the Iguanadon, the two artists drew the same face for the Hadrosaurus foulkii.  The people involved could now technically defend the existence of this dinosaur, if someone were to ask.  The stunt worked out so well, and fooled the public so thoroughly, that they could later change the head of the creature without anyone noticing.  To this day, Hadrosaurus foulkii is on display at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia.  The bones are said to be kept behind heavy, closed doors, but a plaster copy is exhibited in their place … So we learn of an iguana skull being substituted for the skull of a dinosaur on display. Was the public told at the time? What are we not being told today?  -David Wozney, “Dinosaurs: Science or Science Fiction”

This makes perfect sense, when you don't have the skull but wan't to reconstruct the animal you use the head of the closest currently known relative as a stand in, this is not perfect of course, it is like if you had all of a human skeleton except the head and so you used a neanderthal head to base the model off of, it would not be exactly like a real human, but it would be very close.

What we are not being told is that this is the rule and the not the exception.  To this day not a single complete skeleton of any dinosaur has ever been found!  All the museum displays, models, mannequins, cartoons, and movies of prehistoric monsters you have ever seen are all imaginative reconstructions based on incomplete skeletons arranged in a manner paleontologists believe to be most realistic.  Furthermore, the skeletons exhibited in museums are all admittedly intricate fabrications made of plaster, fiberglass, various epoxies, and other animal bones, not original fossils.

see part one.

When “dinosaur” bones are transported and prepared they use strips of burlap soaked in plaster to jacket over the fossils.  Then after applying a tissue separator to keep the plaster from direct contact with the bone, the soaked burlap strips are laid on until it is totally encased in a protective mummy-like coating ready for safe transport.  In an article titled “A Fossil’s Trail From Excavation to Exhibit” one insider remarked that, “Through moldmaking and casting we can totally fabricate limbs, ribs, vertebrae, etc., for the missing pieces of an articulated skeletal mount.  Plaster, fiberglass and epoxies are often and commonly used.  In reconstruction work on single bones, small to large cracks can be filled in with mache or plaster mixed with dextrin, a starch that imparts an adhesive quality and extra hardness to regular molding plaster.  We’ve also had success using epoxy putties.  Large missing fragments can be sculpted directly in place with these same materials.”  In other words, Museum personnel work with plaster and other materials to transport and fabricate skeletons and missing or incomplete bones all the time.  In fact, the huge “dinosaur bone” displays found in museums across the world are admittedly carefully prepared fakes!  No independent researcher has ever examined a real dinosaur skull!  They claim all the actual fossils are kept in high-security storage, but only a select few paleontologists are ever allowed to examine them, so the ability to ascertain their authenticity is kept from the general public.

This started off true but has spiraled out of control, when they make fake bones as stand inns there are a lot of major differences between the real thing and the cast models the most obvious being the huge weight difference, and to say that all real fossils are kept behind closed doors is a lie so stupid I don't have to say anything other than no, I've seen them.

Most people believe that dinosaur skeletons displayed in museums consist of real dinosaur bones.  This is not the case.  The real bones are incarcerated in thick vaults to which only a select few highly placed researchers hold a key, which means that NO independent researcher has ever handled a tyrannosaurus rex bone.  When people unaffiliated with the paleontological establishment attempt to gain access in order to study these dinosaur bones, they are met with refusal upon refusal … Only around 2100 dinosaur bones sets have been discovered worldwide, and out of these, only 15 incomplete Tyrannosaurus Rex bone sets have been found.  These dinosaur bone sets have never formed a complete skeleton, but from these incomplete bones sets, paleontologists have constructed a hypothesis about the appearance of the whole skeleton, which they have modeled in plastic.  If thousands of longnecks and large carnivorous reptiles had really roamed Earth, we wouldn’t only have found 2100 dinosaur bone sets, but millions of bones, with ordinary people tripping over them when digging in their vegetable patches.”  -Robbin Koefoed, “The Dinosaurs Never Existed”

A quote from a 30 some-odd year old university drop out with no background in science, I'm sure this will be great.
Most of this I already addressed, but what does he mean by "bone sets" what the hell is a "bone set" maybe Eupatorium perfoliatum. It is easy to pull numbers out of your ass when you invent terms with no clear definition, an old creationist trick.

When children go to a dinosaur museum, are the displays they see displays of science or displays of art and science fiction?  Are we being deceived and brainwashed at an early age into believing a dinosaur myth?  Deep probing questions need to be asked of the entire dinosaur business.  There may have been an ongoing effort since the earliest dinosaur ‘discoveries’ to plant, mix and match bones of various animals, such as crocodiles, alligators, iguanas, giraffes, elephants, cattle, kangaroos, ostriches, emus, dolphins, whales, rhinoceroses, etc. to construct and create a new man-made concept prehistoric animal called the dinosaur.  Where bones from existing animals are not satisfactory for deception purposes, plaster substitutes may be manufactured and used.  Some material similar or superior to plasticine clay or plaster of Paris would be suitable.  Molds may also be employed.  What would be the motivation for such a deceptive endeavor?  Obvious motivations include trying to prove evolution, trying to disprove or cast doubt on the Christian Bible and the existence of the Christian God, and trying to disprove the ‘young-earth theory.’  The dinosaur concept implies that if God exists, He tinkered with His idea of dinosaurs for awhile, then probably discarded or became tired of this creation and then went on to create man.  The presented dinosaur historical timeline suggests an imperfect God who came up with the idea of man as an afterthought, thus demoting the biblical idea that God created man in His own image.  -David Wozney, “Dinosaurs: Science or Science Fiction”

I find it funny how he copy and pasted 60% of his own bloody article.

This was all a bunch of tripe but I will add that the majority of the scientific comunity isn't trying to argue that "an imperfect God who came up with the idea of man as an afterthought" around 40% would argue that there is no god and religion has no place in scientific discussion.

Type “Dinosaur Skulls” into a search engine and you will find a variety of replicas, tailor made dinosaurs, and “museum-quality” skeletons.  One of the largest and most-renowned suppliers of fake dinosaurs is the Zigong Dino Ocean Art Company in Sichuan, China which provides natural history museums worldwide with ultra-realistic dinosaur skeletons made from real bones!  Chicken, frog, dog, cat, horse and pig’s bones are melted down, mixed with glue, resin and plaster, then used as base material for re-casting as “dinosaur bones.”  They are even given intentional fractures and an antiquated/fossilized look to achieve the right effect.  Their website boasts, “Over 62% of our output goes to American and European markets, which means we will understand and are familiar with the intricacies and regulation of exporting to these regions …  Since we are a partner of Dinosaur Museums, all products are made under the guidance of experts of the Chinese Academy of Sciences … We have gained a global sales network reaching the USA, Brazil, France, Poland, Russia, Germany, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, exhibited in Peru, Argentina, Vancouver, Cincinnati, Chicago and other places.”

“I have heard there is a fake-fossil factory in northeast China, in Liaoning Province, near the deposits where many of these recent alleged feather dinosaurs were found.”  -Alan Feduccia, University of North Carolina Paleontology Professor


This is all willfully deceptive, This company in China Does not nor has it ever claimed to sell real dinosaur fossils and your quote was by a slightly misinformed person, because this company is not close to the Liaoning fossil beds by any definition of the word "close", it is in Sichuan (not the sauce) which is a 26 hour drive from Liaoning province, to put this in perspective this is almost the same time it takes to drive from Brussels To Moscow.

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