LOL Pterosaurs ….

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Adam and Eve with a couple of pterosaurs in the Garden of Eden before The Fall
The whole issue of LOL Pterosaurs came up (here and here), so of course, I went looking for them. In the process I found something even funnier. This is a web site at Objective Ministries on pterosaurs in the bible. The picture here shows how pterosaurs were used to cover up Adam and Eve’s private parts. And of course there is the baby pterosaur wresting on Eve’s outstretched arm as she hides her apple behind her in the other hand. Adam is obviously using the grapes to distract the large goofy looking pterosaur.According to this site,
Pterosaurs are today primarily known from fossil remains preserved in the Flood; but, this wasn’t always so. Contrary to Evolutionistic philosophy, historical reports of pterosaurs are numerous, although these reports are not often recognized as such by modern researchers since the animals were never referred to as “pterosaurs” before that term was coined in the 19th Century, instead being given various other descriptive names….

The site includes a chart of the different names used in different cultures to refer to pterosaurs, and overall tries to make the case that pterosaurs have existed up to very recent times. The site referes as well to this photograph showing a bunch of guys in the Civil War standing around the corpse of a Pterosaur that perhaps they have just killed:i-34ef106005889d25a7235764dcd5d82f-pterosaur_civil_war.jpg… Or maybe not.Objective Ministries site is here.

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15 Responses to LOL Pterosaurs ….

  1. Doyle says:

    This is great! When I was six, I saw a pterosaur fly high overhead as I was playing in the backyard. Having a young geek’s fascination with dinosaurs and such, I recognized it as a pterosaur immediately. I knew they were supposed to be extinct, but being only six, I simply concluded there must be a few left. As I grew older, and my mind was corrupted by secular science, I sought a more “rational” explanation. I thought the puzzle was finally solved years later, when I saw a great blue heron fly overhead at just the right angle (but at somewhat lower altitude). Now I realize it really was a pterosaur, and I was a fool to have placed more faith in the so-called “science” of evolutionists than in the innocent purity of a child’s observations!

  2. This is another “Poe” Site by the people who did Landover Baptist. I must say they have totally outdone themselves. Brilliant.

  3. Ashley Moore says:

    I believe the site is a parody. They even mention ‘Poe’s Law’ on one of the pages.

  4. LightningRose says:

    I don’t know if Objective Ministries is done by the same people behind Landover Baptist, but it is definitely a hoax site.The best I’ve yet seen, I might add.

  5. Zeno says:

    Hmm. Where did Adam get his comb?

  6. J-Dog says:

    Where did Eve get the breast enhancement surgery? And the blond hair?I like the artwork that poster Quidam did that illustrates what would happen if raptors actually visited the Garden Of Eden…http://www.antievolution.org/cgi-bin/ikonboard/ikonboard.cgi?s=483f0285197fa0da;act=ST;f=14;t=5003;st=60

  7. Peter Mc says:

    No human bits on display, but the pterosaur appears to have its knob hanging out. Disgusting. We need a LOL pachycephalosaurus with its head in the way of the pterosaur’s wang.

  8. Elizabeth says:

    That is her tail.

  9. Peter Mc says:

    Elizabeth: nonsense it’s his doodah. That pterosaur is from the pre-Pterosaur fall, when they wandered around with whatsits on display without shame.Tail. Pshaw.Why are Adam and Eve hiding fruit from one another?

  10. ZacharySmith says:

    One thing that corroborates the authenticity of the photo is the physique of some of the soldiers. Note that some of them have that typical American, mid section spread going on.Obviously eating at the Gettysburg McDonald’s in the early 1860’s was a contributing factor.All those useless fat calories more than made up for the incessant marching, short food supplies and fighting in the blistering Summer weather.These guys don’t look like modern, weekend re-enactors AT ALL.

  11. ZacharySmith says:

    One thing that corroborates the authenticity of the photo is the physique of some of the soldiers. Note that some of them have that typical American, mid section spread going on.Obviously eating at the Gettysburg McDonald’s in the early 1860’s was a contributing factor.All those useless fat calories more than made up for the incessant marching, short food supplies and fighting in the blistering Summer weather.These guys don’t look like modern, weekend re-enactors AT ALL.

  12. Badger3k says:

    I’m more concerned for poor Adam. I can see why he’d be holding the grapes. But what if the Pterosaur wanted a banana?

  13. Rash says:

    Peter Mcthe reason behind fruit-hiding is obvious. It seems using vegetables or vegi-euphemisms in sex acts is far older than we imagined.

  14. ARUN says:

    i’m not sure about what are you talking about but if the above pic is true from the history i would explain. if someone eats something dont we look at then ATLEAST ONCE IN UR LIFE TIME U WOULD HAVE DONE IT! animals have less sense than human but affectioonate, offcourse a mom animal would luk to eat/collect more fo rher and her baby, also all animals even dogs look at our mouth, smeel waht we eat, so they may hide from thpse animals not to loose what they have got to eat for them. or may be they hide it because the animal would chase em for food hungrily/playfully. this what i see and think. im glad that one have seen the extinct in my life time, im glad those still extinct and i wish they could never show themselves on human sites. else asshole humans will kill it in the name of sience and research.

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