Yeah, because a dinosaur that big would allow a measly cave man to ride its back.
@EmoBumPincher, cant reach behind him and grab the guy can he?
@EmoBumPincher, thought that creationists didnt believe in dinosaurs...or logic
@EmoBumPincher, They didn't even live at the same time period, so this picture is Invalid.
@EmoBumPincher, I've seen people ride ostriches before, which is almost the same
@The Antagonist, I believe in God, but not that the world is only seven thousand years old. I believe that time was judged differently back then, and that God set forth a chain of advents starting from a small cell to what humanity and the environment is now. I think that the story of Adam and Eve was a story inspired by God to account for how far we've come. I don't force that on anyone, nor am I forcing it on you, I just don't like when people say that we don't believe in logic. sorry for the long post, and I hope you'll read it. thank you
@PizzaCrust, Well said. When I tell people I believe in god they assume I don't believe in evolution. Creationists are simply ignorant and usually
I am too high to comprehend this
@Harry Bigolnuts, me too.
I don't believe that there us any scientific validity behind creationism what so ever.
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, F*ck You.
@Trash can, That's just my opinion. If you don't agree with it, simply move on.
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, @Miss Chanandler Bong, The world once thought it inconceivable that the Earth revolved around the sun. We once drowned women to prove they were not witches and performed exorcisms to cure the mentally deranged. It takes time for society to see nonsense as nonsense. In due time.
@Eat me, I want my intelligence now!
@The Devil, I'll take an intelligence McDouble please.
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, that wasn't needed.
I believe in creationism and totally believe that is scientifically valid
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, how isn't it?
@HandBanana, The notion that an almighty brig created us is absurd. We are simply just a lucky role of the cosmological dice.
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, yeah! Like if we ever go to an alien planet and see computers, cars, and building we will no doubt think that they're there on accident and obviously were not made by something! Just a lucky roll of the dice that the most advanced collection of molecules ever discovered happen to just kinda fall together
@Cuntasaurus Rex, The Big Bang was the lucky roll. It is possible that there are an infinite number of other universes unable to sustain life. It is also very possible that there are other forms of intelligent life out there in this infinitely vast universe. I believe there may be a chance that we are the offspring of some other form of intelligent life in the universe, but I just can't believe that there is some guy micromanaging our existences.
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, so you're telling me if you observed an alien planet with organized technology on it such as cars, electronics, you would think that they showed up there by accident, that they wernt created by somebody. That literally makes no logical sense to me. If something is highly and extremely complicated, like a super computer, I just don't understand how people think they came there by accident, because after all humans are one big super computer. It would be like finding a super computer in the middle of the desert and assuming that it randomly came together, not that somebody built it
@Cuntasaurus Rex, I don't think all this stuff randomly appeared there. Gosh, educate yourself on to basically proven facts called "The Big Bang" and "Evolution".
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, the Big Bang? A proven fact? Are you literally trying to make me have a laughing attack over the Internet?
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, haha so do you also live your life by the COMPLETELY proven ideas of string theory and magnetic monopoles as well? If any half sit scientist throws around the word theory are you all gung hoe for the cause?
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, the Big Bang isn't a fact, but it is a widely accepted theory. In order to be a proven fact very other possibility must be eliminated. I agree with your points about the idea of the western concept of God makes little sense, but the Big Bang is not a proven fact
@Cuntasaurus Rex, Ever here of Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR). It's basically an echoes of the Big Bang and lays out the blueprint of it exactly. Also, you really can't deny evolution, there's just too much evidence to say that it's wrong. Also, you don't have to resort to insults while in a religious conversation.
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, when exactly did I didn't evolution? And have you ever heard of the recently discovered quasar cluster which completely defies at least 2 of Einstein's up until now completely accepted theories of the maximum size of space objects? A quasar cluster of this size is theoretically impossible to exist in the known universe because the quasar is older than the universe. If the quasar is older than the universe than the universe could not have spawned from a singularity
@Cuntasaurus Rex, the thing is, you're going based off of if we found similar life forms on other planets. I do believe that other life forms exist, because space is so vast the idea of us being alone is foolish. But the idea that they are humanoid is something people just think that because we are this way, they must be too. If we found other life forms, they would most likely have no humanoid features, a completely different molecular structure. Also the idea that they're living during this time period is unlikely. Theyre most likely located elsewhere in the space time continuum.
@HarleenQuinzel1, when did I say I followed the western concept of god? Or any accepted religion for that matter? I follow Einstein's theories on a creator, not any organized religion
@HarleenQuinzel1, technically at most points in space arnt happening at the same time because of general relativity and special relativity time is not a constant in the universe
@scottishpride, Back to my previous question: How is it scientifically valid if there is no proof of it.
@Cuntasaurus Rex, um uh umm... HI!!!
@Bonersaurus, we're meant to be. Let the baby making commence immediately
@scottishpride, are you serious?? Please be joking.
@scottishpride, please don't teach this to your children. We need more scientifically literate people in the future
@Miss Chanandler Bong, I know. What evidence is there for creationism? It's literally nonexistent.
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, don't bother mate, they can't rap there heads around it anyway. They will just keep living there fairy tale.
@Cuntasaurus Rex, ;)
@Cuntasaurus Rex, I want to pound you so hard the "i" in Pixar would say "DAMN!"
@Cuntasaurus Rex, look its very simple. Evolution basically states that things can't just appear from nothing or from a more complex being, That's ludicrous. unless, of course you are referring to the Big Bang. Then it makes perfect sense
Cavemen couldn't have rode on dinosaurs because they didn't exist at the same time. So... CHAW!
@Voldemint, crap, totally missed the point of this picture. I feel stupid now, please ignore my previous comment.
@Voldemint, crap, I totally missed the point of this picture. I feel stupid now... Please ignore my previous comment.
@Voldemint, and then I posted the same thing twice because I thought it didn't work the first time. You know what... Just ignore me please... I can't talk.
@Voldemint, And you're also carrying on a conversation with yourself.
Young earth creationism? Looks more like a mix between full retard and a science experiment gone right.
Once my siblings and I were forced to go to church with my Grandma and they showed us pictures of people riding dinosaurs to convince us evolution wasn't real.
@SarahLovesSloths, I'm going to give you the advice that Frank Zappa gave his fans: Keep children away from churches; they're very impressionable and you don't know what they'll but into. Did they really show you pictures like that? That dissent even make any sense, the first cameras weren't around until the early 1800's. Man, religion can be so stupid.
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, Well it was the funniest moment of my life.
@SarahLovesSloths, Yeah, it's fun just to laugh at pure stupidity. My view on religion is that there is little to no logic behind many of it's stories. I can admire the philosophies, I'm just not going to worship a bearded man in the sky. I honestly think a lot of religious figures totally go against the teachings of Jesus as far as their lifestyle goes. I mean, do you really think that Jesus would live in a house like The Vatican. If someone were to dismantle that building and sell of it's pieces it could feed a lot of people. And to correct the error in my previous comment: Cameras weren't around until the mid 1800's, not early 1800's.
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, not to offend you but i am way to lazy to read that.
@SarahLovesSloths, No offense taken. After all, you do love sloths. Basically the host of it is religion is messed up and much of todays religion goes against the teachings of a life of poverty.
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, Man you're deep! No. I, as a Christian, agree, though. The Pope is a sh*t and so are the majority of Christians. The Bible agrees, they're just too dumb to know they're the fake ones. I thought you were going to correct the spelling errors
@HandBanana, Many of them are sh!ts. I'm an atheist, however, I think the current pope seems like a good guy. It just seems a lot of the "holy men" aren't really ones to practice what they preach.
@TheAlGoreSortOfHipie, by modern religion, you seem to mean western religion- Christianity, Judaism and Islam. All dealing with the same god. And I agree with you. So much of it makes no sense, it's constantly contradicting itself. However, if you dive into eastern philosophies- Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism. They are more logical. In order to understand them though, you have to forget everything western religion brainwashed into you. You have to start with a completely open mind. It deals with how our lives are just like hamsters running I a hamster wheel. We keep doing the same thigs over and over again and nothing really matters. We wake up, go to school, then wake up, get a job then die. Every day is exactly the same and when you die you are reborn only to do it all over again. We are trapped in a continuous cycle, constantly doing the same thing over and over again. And we must choose whether we want to live in this continuos cycle and just accept it, living safely or do we want to
@HarleenQuinzel1, or do we want to risk what is beyond our knowledge, and learn how to stop this cycle. It deals with liberating ourselves rather than a god doing it for you
@HarleenQuinzel1, Actually, I have educated myself on those philosophies and they really are great. Aside from Hinduism there doesn't appear to be any odd mumbo jumbo in them. What I enjoy about Buddhism and Taoism is they don't claim to know any of that God nonsense, they're more just philosophies we should attempt to apply to our lives.
It's a pokemon trainer riding a tyrantrum. Nothing outta the ordinary here.
Cause dinosaurs had feathers, right?
@mikegigs, Actually, dinosaurs are proven to be more closely related to birds than lizards.
Is that... Is that Chuck Norris?
WHY?! Now we have a religion Internet fight on our hands! THAT IS NOT WHAT WE DO HERE
Reminds me of baseball *foreveralone face tapping*
Because humans obviously rode dinosaurs everywhere. Like to the local market to pic up some eggs and cheese
The idea of intelligent design is far more scientifically accurate than evolution. Scientist of been proving the theory of evolution wrong since the 60's. However there's no point in arguing it here. If anyone what's to discus or debate it my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
I've been using this app for quite a while and I'd just like to start out by saying, a lot of the time comments are more entertaining than pictures. Also, I believe creationism is completely scientifically valid. I'm a Christian.
This is why I'm an atheist.
Well, this picture sucks.... BMS anybody?
Let's see how many people vote this 1 star
@Your Parents, I voted it 1 star. I'm not butthurt, I just legitimately didn't find it funny
I don't want to live on this planet any more.
F*ck it. That's good enough for me.
Dinosaurs and people didn't live in the same time period though..... Eff it he's riding a red t-rex
That is easily the most bad-ass dinosaur I've ever seen
Some creationism stories are interesting. There are bollocks, but still interesting.
The tiniest T-Rex arms evar
A more action-packed version of the Flinstob
@Sexy Homunculus, *Flinstones
Those arms.. they're unfappable
The dinosaur's arm isn't awesome.....
I have been out for two day cause my device broke:( Luckily, I now have a sh*t ton of new pics!
Age of war comes to life.