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What wiped out the dinosaurs?

By cp7212 ·
Maxwell has me going now. Something obviously just sum-totalled the dinosaurs. There are many hypotheses. Many people say theories, but theories have to be proven. I don't really have an idea, but I'd like to kick it around to see what everyone else thinks.

Or for that matter, were the dinosaurs wiped out on a global scale? Is it possible for something to happen globally? It seems from some posts, people don't think so. Could the Earth have been made uninhabitable for the larger animals? Remember, nature is a mother......

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OF COURSE! You are right

by maxwell edison In reply to It was not Haliburton

How could I have missed such an obvious connection. Thank you, Tom, for pointing that out.

But there MUST be some connection between Sinclair and Halliburton. After all, you can't possibly have a vast right-wing conspiracy without Halliburton getting involved.

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Evidence linking Sinclair with the Dinosaurs and Haliburton

by Montgomery Gator In reply to OF COURSE! You are right

This link is from Sinclair's website. It demonstrates how they are linked to dinosaurs, and therefore responsible for their extinction.

Found nothing about Haliburton on Sinclair's website, but that does not mean they are not linked. In fact, this lack of evidence shows they must be hiding something, and therefore, Haliburton is somehow behind Sinclair's actions to make the dinosaurs extinct.

However, a further search of Google found this item:

"VI. Henry SINCLAIR, 1st Earl of Orkney, the main subject of this page. He was born circa 1345 and died (slain) circa 1400 - 1404. He married circa 1370-74 to Jean HALIBURTON" (caps added for emphasis)

This links the Sinclair family to the Haliburton family, so they are related. It does not say how Henry Sinclair was slain, but I would not be surprised if the Haliburtons were behind it to gain the Sinclair fortune!!

Notice also, the Sinclair coat of arms (page down on the webpage in the link that follows in the "Henry Sinclair and his descendants" section) where it combines the Gunn arms and the old Sinclair arms, includes a Viking longship, the front of which resembles the front end of an apatosaurs (brontosaurus), the Sinclair Oil logo.

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Anybody remember "Dinosaurs"?

by CharlieSpencer In reply to It was not Haliburton

A Muppets production on ABC in the late 80's or early 90's. A family of dinos with the last name of Sinclair. Two seasons of sometimes biting satire. The series ended with the dominant life forms freezing to death in a global-warming-rebound ice age.

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I loved that show!

by ITgirli In reply to Anybody remember "Dinosau ...

And the little baby had purple eyes and sang a song "I'm the baby, gotta love me, big purple eyes and very cuddly, everyone should have one of me.... or three!" and would hit the dad with stuff and say "not the mama!"
That was my favorite show!
and the teenage son Robbie, I forget the girl's name. And they had a next door neighbor or friend that would always come over.
Great show! I was so upset when they ended it. They should bring it back.

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the girls name

by jdclyde In reply to I loved that show!


Yes, that was a good show!

And "not the mama!" (clang!) was always a favorite!

Roy was the best friend.

Did you know that there were two different people that did the voice for Charlene? Neither did I until now!

The cast.

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by ITgirli In reply to the girls name

I looked it up too. same website that I found.

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I remembered her name

by jdclyde In reply to yeah

just had to double check on the spelling.....

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Bring it back???

by DC Guy In reply to I loved that show!

Methinks you didn't quite grasp the series finale.

"They put Daddy in charge of the world, and I guess he didn't take very good care of it."

I enjoyed the fact that they all had surnames like Phillips, Sinclair, and Richfield. (Old brands of gasoline.)

Check out "Fraggle Rock," an earlier series from the Henson organization. A decidely more upbeat ending, they could bring that one back. Perhaps aimed at a younger audience but my wife and I, with no children, paid for HBO for years just to watch Fraggle Rock. Never met anyone who argued that it wasn't worth it.

And please, everybody, go out and rent my all-time favorite Jim Henson creation, the movie "The Dark Crystal."

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by ITgirli In reply to Bring it back???

I was a big fraggle rock fan and the dark crystal is a classic.

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Oil from dead dinosaurs, huh?

by cp7212 In reply to It was a vast right-wing ...

Never learned that one in school. Maybe it's solely a Canadian-taught theory?

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