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Wikipedia claims here "Fossil evidence shows that all coelurosaurians probably had feathers." Can anyone tell me what this "fossil evidence" is? If there is any they should be listed on this page (I'm not aware of any). Scorpionman 18:48, 20 March 2007 (EDT)

"Basal" coelurosaurs with protofeathers, uncluding some that were chemically tested. I'd add them to the page but am in fear of getting banned. NinjaApple 17:32, 29 March 2007 (EDT)
Looks like they're in here. Scorpionman 15:19, 4 April 2007 (EDT)
Their's lots more. And why did you change it? Even creationists admit it's a dinosaur. NinjaApple 20:16, 5 April 2007 (EDT)
What defines a dinosaur? --A. MorrisTalk 21:16, 05 April 2007 (EST)
A member of the clade dinosauria. NinjaApple 23:08, 6 April 2007 (EDT)
PubMed suggests otherwise that Shuuvia was a bird. Evolutionists like to call it a dinosaur to "bridge" the gap.
--A. MorrisTalk 09:50, 07 April 2007 (EST)
Actually Mike Riddle, in his "fossil record" videos, says that Mononykus, an animal which is very closely related to Shuvuuia, was "just a dinosaur" and not a missing link. The hypothesis that Shuvuuia is a bird is not supported at all. Can't creationists just admit God made his dinosaurs with feathers? NinjaApple 09:38, 10 April 2007 (EDT)
Alright, I'm changing it back. --A. MorrisTalk 11:34, 10 April 2007 (EST)
Why would He make dinosaurs with feathers?? There's no biblical evidence for such a claim. It says He made each animal "according to its kind". Dinosaurs would have no need for feathers. And please don't back down to this guy. Scorpionman 14:39, 20 April 2007 (EDT)
And no Biblical evidence otherwise. NinjaApple 11:58, 13 May 2007 (EDT)
Except that feathers are exclusive to birds. Scorpionman 13:34, 24 October 2007 (EDT)

Golden

This article states that: "However, it should be noted collagen fibers are thick and furry, while these dinosaurs have a branching integument, which is probably a muscle fiber."

Collagen fibers and muscle fibers are part of the same thing! unsigned comment by NinjaApple (talkcontribs)

Um, I don't think so...take a look at collagen fiber vs. muscle fiber. Also on wikipedia: collagen and muscle. --Amanda M.talk  21:07, 13 May 2007 (EDT)
Lol I wasn't being clear. They are part of the same system. NinjaApple 17:39, 14 May 2007 (EDT)
Oh! =) How do you suggest the sentence should be written? --Amanda M.talk  19:48, 14 May 2007 (EDT)

Shuvuuia

The article states that "the conclusion reached was that Shuvuuia was a bird." This is false. The article states that it may have been a dinosaur or a bird, but did not make any conclusion about this. Since then, new fossils have been found that show it and its relatives were dinosaurs. unsigned comment by NinjaApple (talkcontribs)

Where? When? Cite sources please! Scorpionman 13:31, 24 October 2007 (EDT)

I'm somewhat willing to accept Feathered Dinosaurs

I'm not fully convinced by the evidence Evolutionist are trying to present thus far. But I don't think they'd debunk a Creationist model, it'd just mean God created Feathered Dinosaurs.

It can also add the historical documentation of Man and Dinosaurs living together, since Meso-American mythologies are filled with Feathered Serpents. As well as some of the bird like traits in depictions on our Ancient Depictions of Dinosaurs page--MithirandirOlorin 18:50, 4 September 2013 (EDT)