Messi scored 37 in the Spanish league, beating out Dutch striker Bas Dost, who netted 34 for Sporting Lisbon in the Portuguese league.The 30-year-old Messi also led Europe’s league in scoring in 2009-10 (34), 2022-12 (50 goals) and 2012-13 (46 goals).FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBack on the throneMessi was presented with the trophy by teammate Luis Suarez, who won the award in 2015-16 with 40. Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets also attended the ceremony in Barcelona.Messi thanked his teammates for helping him score so many goals, while also saying that he enjoys playing more than ever, 13 years since his debut with Barcelona’s first team. Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set MOST READ Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours LATEST STORIES View comments Barcelona’s Lionel Messi. APBARCELONA, Spain — Lionel Messi received his fourth Golden Shoe award on Friday (Saturday Manila time) for leading all of Europe’s leagues in scoring last season.It was the fourth time the Barcelona forward has received the honor, drawing him even with Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo as the award record-holders.ADVERTISEMENT “I have never considered myself a forward. I have been lucky enough to score goals,” Messi said. “I have grown both on and off the pitch. I keep improving and adding things to my game, and I enjoy playing more and more.”Messi, Ronaldo, and Suarez have divvied up the prize for the past nine years.The only time a non-Spanish league player won the Golden Shoe in the last decade was when Suarez shared the prize with Ronaldo while playing for Liverpool in 2013-14.The Golden Shoe is awarded by European Sports Media, an association of European sports newspaper and magazines.ADVERTISEMENT Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. FIFA reminds World Cup-bound Peru about government meddling
The Philippine Superliga board on Thursday filed a complaint of Qualified Theft at the National Bureau of Investigation against former president Tats Suzara and director for finance Donaldo Caringal.PSL’s board said the two committed “irregular and unauthorized disbursement of company funds.”ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs NLEX rallies to stun Xinjiang, advances to Super 8 semis LATEST STORIES Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West League vice president Dr. Ian Laurel read a statement saying the board discovered, through a third party auditor that the PSL hired, irregularities in the association’s usage of funds.“Based on the result of the audit, Messrs. Ramon Suzara and Donaldo Caringal, being both then signatories of PSL bank accounts, allowed the release and use of company funds for unauthorized purposes, which include, among others, President’s discretionary fund, travel expenses/allowances, cash advance, telephone reimbursements.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’The PSL also views the filing of the complaint as in line with the league’s “good governance advocacy in all aspects of its operation and to hold people, no matter their position in the organization, accountable for their actions.”Suzara and Caringal, though, said the filing of the case would be of benefit to them instead of tarnishing their names. Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award “We welcome the filing of the case against us by some personalities in the Philippine Superliga,” the two said in a statement. “We have actually been looking forward to the legal action that they have initiated that as this would provide us the opportunity to clear our good names.”Suzara and Caringal, who have resigned in lieu of the events that unfolded, argue that they have been the victims of “unfounded lies.”The two said that the matter could’ve been raised during their regular board meetings instead of reaching the authorities.“We did not resign from Superliga because of the accusations against us, we resigned our positions because we wanted to protect the sport of volleyball, the players, and the national team and insulate them from disagreements among us members of the board,” said Suzara and Caringal.In an attempt to even the playing field, Suzara and Caringal decided to take legal actions “to protect our good names.”ADVERTISEMENT View comments
A man was remanded to prison for the rape of an 8-year-old girl, when he appeared before Magistrate Alex Moore at the New Amsterdam Magistrates’ Court.Hemant Sewcharran, 49, of Glasgow New Housing Scheme, East Bank Berbice, was not required to plead to the charge with stated that on 30 September, 2016 he was found to be in a compromising position with an eight-year-old girl.The prosecution facts stated that though the incident occurred on 30 September, it was only reported to the police on 3 October.The accused is expected to return to court on November 3, 2016.It is alleged that on the day in question, the child and her brother were returning home from school when the suspect invited them into his home, at approximately 12:30h.According to reports, this was a frequent occurrence, and on many occasions the suspect would offer food and money to the two children. However, on this specific day, the suspect allegedly told the brother to remain outside, while he took her into his home. After waiting for some time, the brother became impatient and decided to go into the house. It was then that he saw the man on top of his sister. The boy immediately ran home and informed his mother of what he had witnessed. Shortly after, the 8-year-old child was taken to the New Amsterdam Public Hospital where she was examined. The medical certificate was subsequently handed over to the police. Reports indicate that the little girl resides with her mother, brother and two other siblings.
Former Education Minister Priya Manickchand has described Government’s decision to impose the Value Added Tax (VAT) on private education as “senseless and unimaginative”.Former Education Minister Priya ManickchandManickchand told Guyana Times on Monday that the situation begged the question whether the David Granger-led Administration planned to stick with the promises it had made with respect to education.Under the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Government, the “Because We Care” Education Grant was introduced to the public school system in 2014, while Manickchand was Minister.The initiative saw parents receiving $10,000 for each public school student annually that aided the schooling of children at the nursery, primary and secondary levels. To be eligible, children had to be registered with a public school.Manickchand recalled that when the then PPP/C Government had introduced this new initiative, not only did it receive popular support, but the then A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and Alliance For Change (AFC) Opposition parties had conceded that it was a sensible decision.During that period, both parties, according to her, had suggested to the PPP/C Government that they should also extend the grant to include children attending private educational institutions.The then Government had expressed its willingness to consider the recommendation, on the basis that APNU and AFC felt that “private school students were poor”.Manickchand told Guyana Times that the Government’s new position on VAT on education, therefore, highlighted the grave “vindictiveness” and “flip-flop” approach that were evident each day.“So, one year before you came into office, you said private school students were poor and are deserving of cash grants, an omission we had made as a government. One year later, you come in, and tax the hell out of them and their parents,” she noted.The former Education Minister said it was “really sad” that parents were now being forced to consider how they would meet the monthly or termly school fees, in addition to surviving the increased taxation implemented by the new Government.She said, “The average schoolchild (private school) has to pay $25,000 more in school fees. That is 50 lunches they are taking out of that child’s lunch kit. To do what? To fund extravagance by the Government? Travelling, travelling with large delegations. I mean, if we can cut back on that, then we can give our children the education that the Government said when they were campaigning.”Manickchand continued, “It is really quite a shame. It is unnecessary. It is almost a punishment to the parents (and children) who want to do better for their children, so that these children can do better for Guyana.”Although the policy has received widespread condemnation, Government remains firm on keeping the 14 per cent VAT that was applied to private education effective February 1, 2017.Cabinet has taken the decision that the VAT on education will remain for the rest of 2017; however, during its 2018 budget planning, a review of the VAT regime would be done.The PPP/C has made it clear that if it was reelected to office in 2020, it would reverse this and other policies it deemed unnecessary that were imposed on Guyanese by the coalition Government.
Foothill (28-1), which also received three goals from Kealy McLain and two from Jessica Kutcher, led 5-1 after the first quarter and never was really threatened after that. “We didn’t take good shots,” said Montebello coach Kenny Clements, whose team finished with a 24-6 record. “We had good shots, we just didn’t take them. LONG BEACH – Montebello High School’s quest for a CIF-Southern Section girls water polo title will have to wait for another year. Foothill’s Amber Oland made 14 saves and Noel Umphrey scored four goals to lead the Knights to an 11-4 victory over the Oilers on Tuesday night in the Division I championship game at Belmont Plaza Pool. The key point of the game came early in the third quarter when Oland made saves on three consecutive possessions to prevent the Oilers from cutting into an 8-2 deficit. firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3061 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “(Oland) is the best goalie we’ve faced, but we just didn’t shoot well today.” The Oilers, who received two goals from Priscilla Orozco, led 1-0 on an Orozco goal 30 seconds into the contest. But Football scored the next five goals, including two from Kutcher, to lead 5-1. “(Foothill) moved the ball around real well,” Clements said. “But I think we looked like we were asleep (on defense) sometimes. “They were getting what they wanted and they were accurate with their shots.” Oland ended any chance of a Montebello comeback by stopping three shots in the third quarter and four in the fourth.
“Thank God we lost from time to time in the Champions League or in other cup competitions so we still know how it feels,” said Klopp on Friday.“We are maybe considered as a top team but we don’t want to behave like a top team, playing (like one) if possible, yes, but fighting like a challenger.“I don’t feel there should be any advantage for Sheffield other than playing in their own stadium. Is it allowed that they fight more than us? No. That they run more than us? No. That they do more than us? No.”Klopp made 11 changes for his side’s 2-0 League Cup victory at MK Dons in midweek and is expected to return to the team that continued their 100 percent start to the league season with a 2-1 win at Chelsea last weekend.Sadio Mane was forced off with an injury at Stamford Bridge but has been passed fit to start, while goalkeeper Alisson Becker is still out despite returning to full training this week.0Shares0000(Visited 12 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Jurgen Klopp (left) will have Sadio Mane (right) available for Saturday’s trip to Sheffield United © AFP / OLLY GREENWOODLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 27 – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said the key to his side’s stunning Premier League run of 15 straight wins was not believing the hype as he prepared for a trip to newly promoted Sheffield United on Saturday.The European champions can go eight points clear at the top of the table, at least for a few hours, with a 16th straight league win at Bramall Lane, but Klopp is demanding the same hunger, work rate and fight from his side as Chris Wilder’s Blades.
A doctor admitted lying in order to practise medicine in Ireland including Donegal because he feared for his livelihood.Dr Failsal Siddiqui blamed pressure from the murder of his younger brother in Pakistan and the subsequent death of his father from grief for the events that led to him covering up disciplinary proceedings taken against him in the UK.Dr Siddiqui, who has worked as an orthopaedic surgeon in hospitals in Cork, Kerry, Waterford, Drogheda and Donegal said he regrets his lie ‘every day’ and prays for forgiveness. The Pakistani born doctor faces one allegation of professional misconduct before a fitness to practise inquiry for failing to reveal in his application for Irish registration as a doctor in June 2011, that the UK’s General Medical Council had imposed conditions on his registration two months earlier.It arose out of a complaint made by a patient at Kingston Hospital, London after Dr Siddiqui treated the man’s ruptured Achilles tendon by placing his leg in a cast.He has told the inquiry that he failed to turn up to proceedings against him in the UK because of the extraordinary pressure he was under at the time.His barrister Rosemary Mallon requested that the Medical Council take in to consideration the desperate circumstances of Dr Siddiqui found himself in when considering if he should be found guilty of professional misconduct. “It was and mistake and it was poor judgement. There’s no malice, there’s no greed here. This was done because he was in desperate circumstances and desperate times,” Ms Mallon said. DOCTOR ADMITS LYING TO PRACTISE IN CO DONEGAL was last modified: October 10th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:doctordonegalIrish Medical Councilpractise
LETTERKENNY AC’s Paul Toner took the honours in the Orla Memorial 5k at Ards Forest Park today.All the results are below: Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 24 17.41 Paul Toner SM Letterkenny A C2 40 17.45 Dominic Bonnar M50+ Finn Valley A C3 43 17.54 Eddie Sweeney SM Cranford A C4 290 18.06 Gerard McGranaghan SM Letterkenny A C 5 34 18.15 Sean Stewart SM Unattached6 50 18.18 Sean McFadden SM Letterkenny A C7 11 18.40 Gerard Bogle M40+ Finn Valley A C8 17 18.46 Glenn Duncan SM Letterkenny A C9 25 18.48 Adrian McKenna M40+ Letterkenny A C10 39 18.52 Liam Doherty SM Cranford A C 11 256 18.59 Darragh Crossan SM Lifford A C12 292 19.02 PJ Boyce M40+ Cranford A C13 259 19.25 Connor Gallagher JM Lifford A C14 299 19.38 Hugh Duffy SM Cranford A C 15 21 19.41 Adrian Toye SM Unattached16 14 19.52 John McCallion JM Unattached17 16 20.02 Padraig Friel SM Letterkenny A C18 284 20.03 Paul McMonagle SM Letterkenny A C19 298 20.11 Anthony Sweeney SM Unattached20 44 20.14 Dinny Doherty SM Cranford A C21 33 20.30 Adrian McGettigan SM 24/7 Triathlon22 300 20.37 Paul McGinley SM Unattached23 307 20.39 Aidan McAlary M40+ Unattached24 285 20.43 Michael Gallagher JM Unattached25 275 20.44 Maura Kearns SW Rathfarnham WSAF A C26 23 20.54 Paul Cosgrove M40+ Letterkenny A C27 265 20.57 Gabrielle McCrossan M40+ Unattached28 22 21.00 Martin Kerr M60+ Unattached29 297 21.12 Joseph McFadden M40+ Unattached29 September Page 1 of 4 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club30 289 21.22 Monica McGranaghan SW Letterkenny A C31 293 21.23 Lucy Backus JW Cranford A C32 45 21.31 Brian Doherty SM Unattached33 287 21.32 Cormac Mullen SM Letterkenny A C34 280 21.48 Marie Boyle SW Letterkenny A C35 12 22.06 Joseph Casey M40+ Unattached36 304 22.07 Brian McBride M60+ Letterkenny A C37 35 22.08 Aidan McCloskey SM Letterkenny A C38 42 22.16 Fergal Lynch SM Unattached39 49 22.17 Irene McFadden SW Letterkenny A C40 37 22.37 Noreen Bonar W50+ Finn Valley A C41 41 22.41 Patrick Stewart SM Unattached42 57 22.49 Phil Boyle M40+ Letterkenny A C43 30 23.01 Garvan McCloskey M40+ Letterkenny A C44 255 23.16 Seamus Cannon M50+ Unattached45 13 23.17 Hugh O’Donnell M50+ Unattached46 309 23.24 Luke Trearty JM Unattached47 36 23.38 Gloria Donaghy W50+ Finn Valley A C48 306 23.44 Martin Burke SM Unattached49 5 23.51 Michael Shields SM Unattached50 301 23.53 Sharon Black SW Unattached51 305 24.07 Margaret Shields W40+ Letterkenny A C52 288 24.08 Karen Gallagher JW Unattached53 268 24.10 Nancy McNamee W40+ Finn Valley A C54 61 24.11 Robert Thompson SM Unattached55 52 24.17 Amanda McNulty SW Letterkenny A C56 27 24.23 Susie Roarty W40+ Unattached57 296 24.27 Eugene McGinley M40+ Unattached58 295 24.28 Sean O’Donnell M50+ Unattached59 294 24.35 Victoria Backus JW Cranford A C60 279 24.49 Ciara McGarvey JW Unattached29 September Page 2 of 4 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club61 8 24.57 Bronagh Heverin W40+ Unattached62 277 24.59 Pauline Sweeney SW Unattached63 276 25.12 Joe Boyce SM Unattached64 250 25.15 Eddie Patterson JM Unattached65 257 25.18 Aileen Boggs SW Lifford A C66 308 25.27 Sean Sweeney M40+ Unattached67 60 25.28 Tim Ronge JM Unattached68 38 25.30 Marie O’Reilly JW Unattached69 53 25.37 Kathleen Griffin W40+ Unattached70 303 25.38 Oisin Carlin JM Unattached71 56 25.39 Catriona Gillligan SW Finn Valley A C72 55 25.40 Charmaine O’Brien SW Finn Valley A C73 302 25.44 Ronan Carlin M40+ Unattached74 286 25.46 Grace Friel W40+ Unattached75 46 25.59 Jim Hynes M60+ Finn Valley A C76 263 26.02 Aidan Hunter JM Unattached77 59 26.03 Rosaleen Boyd SW Unattached78 31 26.09 Eugene McGinley M40+ Unattached79 1 26.11 Grace Trearty JW Unattached80 58 26.43 Martin Toye M40+ Unattached81 282 26.48 Cathy Harvey W40+ Unattached82 281 26.51 Liz McFadden SW Unattached83 54 26.52 Niall Griffin M40+ Unattached84 272 27.05 Dave Bradley M40+ Unattached85 267 27.16 Mary Bond W50+ Finn Valley A C86 29 27.21 Claire Harkin SW Unattached87 266 27.32 Teresa Gallagher SW Unattached88 254 27.50 Patrick Langan M50+ Unattached89 51 29.21 Ruth McCrudden W40+ Unattached90 15 29.32 Bernard McGinley SM Unattached91 28 29.39 Mary Martin W50+ Finn Valley A C29 September Page 3 of 4 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club92 273 30.03 Geraldine Bradley W40+ Unattached93 283 30.04 Mary Ellen Friel SW Cranford A C94 2 30.17 Ciara Doyle SW Unattached95 48 30.18 Fiona Gilligan W40+ Unattached96 7 30.22 Caroline Murphy SW Unattached97 32 30.24 Jean McGlinchey W40+ Unattached98 291 31.04 Brid Nash SW Unattached99 26 31.30 Sadie Toye SW Unattached100 6 31.40 Roisin Mitchell SW Unattached101 261 31.50 Kieran Gallagher SM Unattached102 47 32.17 Annie Sheridan SW Unattached103 260 32.36 Lorcan Roarty SM Unattached104 20 32.37 Sharon Curran SW Unattached105 19 33.30 Nuala McGarvey SW Cranford A C106 251 33.53 Sophie Gallagher W40+ Unattached107 18 34.07 Kim McElhinney SW Cranford A C108 262 34.17 Jackie Lagan SW Unattached109 62 34.34 Donna Thompson SW Unattached110 271 35.09 Niamh Sweeney JW Unattached111 10 35.10 Louise Scott SW Unattached112 252 35.12 Cathleen Langan W40+ Unattached113 253 35.23 Veronica McBride M40+ Unattached114 264 35.26 Denis Ferry M40+ Unattached115 258 37.20 Rosemary Boggs W40+ Lifford A C116 3 37.23 Richie Kelly M60+ Unattached117 9 40.22 Rosie Coyle SW Cranford A C118 274 40.24 Joy McElhinney W50+ Cranford A C119 269 40.26 AnnMarie Crosse SW Unattached120 270 40.29 Mary Kessack SW UnattachedRESULTS: ORLA MEMORIAL 5K RACE AT ARDS FOREST PARK was last modified: September 29th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new 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An injured Jack Russell-type dog was found on the road at Magheroarty, Gortahork area (beside Coll’s pub) this evening. The kind person who found the dog has taken it to the vet’s office in Ramelton.The dog, which is tan in colour with white paws, is badly injured. It has a blue collar (with ‘Wow Bling’ written on it).There are no contact details on collar but someone’s family pet is missing tonight.INJURED FAMILY PET FOUND IN GORTAHORK AREA was last modified: December 23rd, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DOGinjuredMagheroartyRameltonvet
Sid Perkins went on a dinosaur hunt in Montana this past July, and wrote up his experiences for the cover story of the Aug. 26 issue of Science News. It was more personal diary than science. Perkins talked about the teamwork, hard work, and the occasional thrill of finding a fragment of bone that the leader would promptly interpret; e.g., “Murphy estimated that the meat eater had shed the fragment around 150 million years ago.” Perkins wanted to describe to readers what goes on in the field in this kind of scientific research. Captioned photos show the tents at base camp, a campfire sing, and workers swinging pickaxes or delicately examining small pieces of bone. He described how the precious quarry is plastered and wrapped, how the species are identified, and how the tools of the trade (jackhammers and fine brushes, sketch boards and notebooks) are used. Perhaps the only statement of notable scientific consequence appears inconspicuously in the middle of the narrative. Perkins talks about how, during the winter, the site must be protected from harsh weather and the hooves of grazing cows. He adds, “We also have to be careful not to damage the crumbly end of the bone that had been exposed to the elements before its discovery.” Just earlier, a paleontologist estimated the sediments to be 150 million years old.There is very little difference between this journal and one that could have been written by a participant on a creationist dino dig (07/23/2003, 05/21/2002). Both groups might have described similar emotions in sharing a sometimes monotonous, sometimes exciting adventure, learning teamwork, and feeling good about contributing to science. The main differences would be the songs sung around the campfire – undoubtedly “Amazing Grace” at the creationist camp instead of the selection Perkins listed at the evolutionist camp, “Dead Skunk in the Middle of the Road” – and the dates. The evolutionary paleontologists tossed around their millions of years without a qualm or objection. Perkins saw himself, though, that the delicate, crumbly fragments of bone were easily damaged by footprints and weather. Eyewitnesses on creationist digs in Montana have been stunned to find vulnerable dinosaur bones all over the surface. We live in a world of constant change easily seen within our own lifetimes. A hurricane or tsunami sweeps away a coastline. A volcano buries an island or emerges from the sea. Landslides open a new canyon. Earthquakes rearrange the terrain. Glaciers melt back for miles, and worldwide climate trends frighten the pundits. These changes are the stories we tell our children, and written human records reveal a thousand more examples. In spite of that, the paleontologists want us to believe that these dinosaur bones, some with soft tissue inside (02/22/2006), remained entombed within this formation for a duration exceeding all human recorded history by 37,000 times, enduring global tectonic changes, mountain building episodes, continental uplifts, climate fluctuations, floods and fire, only to crumble away now in an ordinary winter rainstorm or cow’s footstep. You can choose to sing a song about roadkill and trust in theories vulnerable to being trampled underfoot. Some look at the same data and sing, I once was lost and now am found, was blind but now I see.(Visited 12 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0