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Archive for April 24th, 2005
Eyewitness spots what appears to be a pterodactyl in Hardin County ,Texas.Report Here. Why wasn’t the witness inside watching the Spurs lose game 1 to the Nuggets, I wonder?
We already knew that the impact of too much of the wrong info (Darwinism for example)leads to reduced intelligence. Scientists discover that receiving too much information from too many sources can lead to a reduction in one’s I.Q.
The impact of too much info impacts IQ more than marijuana smoking does according to this report.
Robin Simmons (pictured). Acknowledged “Noah’s Ark Expert”, and author of “THE RIDDLE OF ARARAT”. Sent along a copy of his movie “Riddle of Ararat” a couple of weeks ago. It’s an excellent short film (about 35 minutes) in which several” Noah’s ark”
witnesses are interviewed. One alleges more skulldugery by the Smithsonian.
As we mentioned to Mr. Simmons, we enjoyed the soundtrack and the beauthiful scenery up on the mountain.
The author reports that if anyone is interested, he will burn a copy of the out of print “RIDDLE OF ARARAT” on DVD (actually DVD-R) and mail it with insert art for $15 (his cost). Requests can be sent directly to him at FindTheArk@aol.com.
No, s8int.com has no financial interest in the film.
A frequent visitor e-mailed us about problems she had printing our web pages. When we designed the site, our only nod to printing ease was to make sure the text and backgrounds wouldn’t wash each other out. She’s printing the pages in landscape, but still cannot get the entire width of the page to print. Any suggestions?
Rudy e-mailed us this question: “question about the physical possibilities of giants.
Is it possible to have a giant man 50 foot tall?
From what I have read, giants would be physically impossible beyond a certain limit”?
S8INT.COM: Rudy No, We don’t believe that human giants ever reached the height of 50 feet. However, there is something else to consider. Take, ARGENTAVIS MAGNIFICENS:, with at least a twenty five foot wingspan,that bird could not get off the ground under todays gravity conditions.