To be Extinct or not to be Extinct, That is the Question

Posted on Posted in Papua New Guinea, Reply to Skeptics, U.S.A. Sightings

With apologies to Shakespeare: To be extinct, or not to be extinct, that is the question: Whether it’s no bull or in the mind, pterosaur eyewitnesses suffer The slings and arrows from outraged paleontologists From a recent press release: Extinct or not extinct, that is the question about pterosaurs How rarely do we read anything about dinosaurs or pterosaurs without reference […]

Evolution, Religion, and Extinction of Pterosaurs

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Some skeptics of living-pterosaur investigations (including searches for the ropen), well quite a few of the skeptics, have dismissed our work because they assume that our religious bias makes us incapable of objective scientific investigation. But those skeptics may have their own bias, especially if they take it for granted that Darwin’s General Theory of Evolution […]

Recommended Pterosaur Sites

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The following are at least somewhat popular and at least above average in quality. Of course they are all friendly to the concept that some species of pterosaurs may still be living on this planet. Pterosaur Is it really meaningless to the credibility of standard models whether or not all species of pterosaurs are extinct? […]

Why believe in extinction?

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A common objection to the idea of living pterosaurs is simply “they all became extinct millions of years ago.” But why should anyone believe that extinction idea? In Western countries, in particular the United States, universal extinctions of dinosaurs and pterosaurs is drilled into us from kindergarden onwards. No reasons for total extinction are offered, […]

No Pterosaur Time Travel

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At least one reader of my first book, Searching for Ropens, misunderstood my comment about the idea that ancient pterosaurs, sometimes, get caught in a time hole and appear briefly in our modern world. I never believed in anything like that;  it smells of superstition. I mentioned that idea in my book to show how dogmatically […]