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Jurassic World; Why Dinosaurs and Humans Were Unlikely to Have Existed Together!
June 23, 2015
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The best evidence that Creationists use in debating whether man coexisted with pre-historic dinosaurs is “the Paluxy river bed dinosaur foot prints” outside of Glenrose, Texas. When viewing these ancient river bed fossils one has to admit that they are quite impressive. If we are to believe the evidence presented by Indu B. Chatterjee’s research on “the evolutionary significance of ascorbic acid biosynthesis in terrestrial vertebrates” we would wager that in a court of law the ruling would be in favor of Dr. Chatterjee. This is not to say that the Creationists are totally wrong there might be another explanation for the Paluxy foot prints. 

 Let’s first explain why human beings could not co-exist with pre-historic dinosaurs.  Dr. Chatterjee has established that during the Carboniferous-Permian period that there was very high concentration molecular oxygen (30% -35%). Dr. Chatterjee’s research shows that O concentrations at 30% to 35% are high enough to cause global hyperoxia.  Let’s say that during the Jurassic Period the global levels of O decreased by five percent to 25% - 30% this is still at a high enough level to cause oxygen toxicity (level of molecular O for human existence on earth is about 21%). Dr. Chatterjee concluded by saying the best defense against oxygen toxicity was for animals to produce their own ascorbic acid. Since Homo sapiens have lost the ability to produce their own supply of ascorbic acid they could not have possibly co-existed with prehistoric dinosaurs in a high molecular O environment.

The best evidence that Creationists use in debating whether man coexisted with pre-historic dinosaurs is “the Paluxy river bed dinosaur foot prints” outside of Glenrose, Texas. When viewing these ancient river bed fossils one has to admit that they are quite impressive. If we are to believe the evidence presented by Indu B. Chatterjee’s research on “the evolutionary significance of ascorbic acid biosynthesis in terrestrial vertebrates” we would wager that in a court of law the ruling would be in favor of Dr. Chatterjee. This is not to say that the Creationists are totally wrong there might be another explanation for the Paluxy foot prints.   Let’s first explain why human beings could not co-exist with pre-historic dinosaurs.  Dr. Chatterjee has established that during the Carboniferous-Permian period that there was very high concentration molecular oxygen (30% -35%). Dr. Chatterjee’s research shows that O2 concentrations at 30% to 35% are high enough to cause global hyperoxia.  Let’s say that during the Jurassic Period the global levels of O2 decreased by five percent to 25% - 30% this is still at a high enough level to cause oxygen toxicity (level of molecular O2 for human existence on earth is about 21%). Dr. Chatterjee concluded by saying the best defense against oxygen toxicity was for animals to produce their own ascorbic acid. Since Homo sapiens have lost the ability to produce their own supply of ascorbic acid they could not have possibly co-existed with prehistoric dinosaurs in a high molecular O2 environment.

Let’s say by some marvel of technology man was able to go back in time to visit the dinosaurs.  Immediately upon his or her arrival when they started to breath in the high level of molecular oxygen they would immediately be at risk of oxygen toxicity.  The first 16 to 20 minutes of breathing the high levels of O2 the central nervous system would be affected, in addition the high levels of molecular oxygen would begin to affect the pulmonary and ocular systems. The symptoms from the exposure to high levels of molecular O2 would cause disorientation, breathing problems and vision changes such as myopia (nearsightedness).

A prolonged exposure from about 21 to 60 minutes and longer would begin to cause oxidative damage to cell membranes, the alveoli in the lungs would begin to deflate.  There is also the possibility that the individual’s eye would experience retinal detachment along with brain seizures. Without the ability to synthesize ascorbic acid the only other alternative to manage hyperoxia is to reduce exposure.  Fortunately studies have shown that a near complete recovery from most types of hyperoxia is possible. In conclusion it has been demonstrated that with the Homo sapiens inability to synthesize their own ascorbic, breathing a high level of molecular oxygen in the environment of the pre-historic dinosaurs would severely impact the health of the visiting humans.

How best to explain the Paluxy foot prints. We feel the best way to explain these foot prints are to ask a question. Conventional theories of evolution would like for us to believe that during the 183 million years of reptilian dominance on Earth that reptilian development stopped at the tetrapod stage. What if evolution further developed some species of dinosaurs into a Dinosauroid/bipedal species? It would be reasonable to assume that Dinosauroids would adapt very easily to a hyperoxia environment seeing that their ancestors evolved in such an environment.  Creationists believe that the foot prints along with the dinosaur foot prints were of human origin. The final question to be asked is can the foot prints be of Dinosauroid origin?

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