This seems very staged to me.
The huge rock looks very fake. Apparently dinosaurs turn into rock.
The huge stone cracks apart like a cartoon version of a Hollywood prop. Is it a magical dinosaur cocoon?
Science or Rorschach?
Dinosaurs Seem Like Nothing But 20th Century Saturday Morning Children's Cartoon Fun
Museums are the home to works of art inspired by Apollo's Muses. Dinosaurs are the modern artifacts of a religion.
Discovery of Ankylosaur at Suncor's Millennium Mine source: Suncor Energy
I recommend watching the whole video. There will be no great awakening,
How many people do you think would believe everything this video claims without any critical thought?
How many people love dinosaurs so much they see fossils everywhere they look?
Is it really scientific to only stick to one set of conclusions and ignore all other possibilities?
This ad hoc dinosaur reminds me of a set of plastic toys I had as a boy. Some of those plastic little dinosaurs inspired monsters for the Dungeons and Dragons game from the early 1970s. The ankylosaur reminds me of the neo-mythic "rust monster".
See here: Rust monster - Wikipedia for more.
The Dinosaur Scam is an Old Game
Nothing changes. Technology might change but human nature sure seems eternal.
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