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Conversely, any camping trip that ends in death at the hands of nature or requires the use of valuable government resources for a rescue is seen as relatively positive in white culture.This is because both situations might eventually lead to a book deal or documentary film about the experience.The first stage of camping always involves a trip to an outdoor equipment store like REI (or in Canada, Mountain Equipment Co-Op).These stores are well known for their abundance of white customers and their extensive inventory of things for white people to buy and only use once.Traditional history suggests that dinosaurs and humans never crossed paths because their existence on earth was separated by tens of millions of years.But a new discovery by scientist Mark Armitage of the California State University may well turn the history of human civilization upside down.When he published his findings his colleagues were stunned, because the existence of soft tissue, which should degrade and disappear over millions of years, suggests that dinosaurs didn’t go extinct 60 million years ago, but rather, were alive and well in North America just several thousand years ago.One would think that such a notable discovery would lead to more research into the possibility that humans and dinosaurs may have co-existed at one point in time. Armitrage’s funding was pulled, his research was silenced and his job at CSU was terminated.
The official’s statement stems from the notion that the history of the Christian Bible is roughly 6,000 to 10,000 years old, a point that some scientists often use to laugh off any possibility that there is truth to it.
And apparently, that threatened an upheaval in the scientific community, subsequently leading to Armitrage’s termination“Terminating an employee because of their religious views is completely inappropriate and illegal,” commented Brad Dacus, President of PJI.
“But doing so in an attempt to silence scientific speech at a public university is even more alarming.
When examining the horn under a high-powered microscope back at CSUN, Armitage was fascinated to see the soft tissue.
The discovery stunned members of the scientific community because it indicates that dinosaurs roamed the earth only thousands of years in the past rather than going extinct 60 million years ago.