1) Always have a parent

2) Always wear the correct
safety gear.

3) Never eat or drink
anything while performing

ScienceSplat Experiments
are safe to do when the
instructions are followed
correctly. Remember to
use common sense and
wear safety goggles.  
Adam Thornton,
ScienceSplat, and
ScienceSplat affiliates
expressly disclaim all
liability for any occurrence
including, but not limited
to, damage, injury, or
death, which might arise
as consequences of the
use of any experiments
online. All liability is
assumed by the child's
guardian or experiment
supervisor.  Do these
experiments at your own
"Making Science Splat~tacular!"
Adam Thornton's

In Job chapter 40 the Lord Himself speaks to Job discussing
one amazing animal: The Behemoth.

"Look now at the behemoth, which I made along with you;
He eats grass like an ox.
See now, his strength is in his hips,
And his power is in his stomach muscles.
He moves his tail like a cedar;
The sinews of his thighs are tightly knit.
His bones are like beams of bronze,
His ribs like bars of iron." Job 40:15-18

Notice here that God speaks to Job as if Job is already
aware of this incredible creature.  This is another indicator
that man and dinosaurs existed at the same time.

Some say the Behemoth could be an elephant or hippo, but
read again how God describes this creature's tail:

"He moves his tail like a cedar..."

Does this Hippo tail look like
a cedar?  ...No.

Does this Elephant tail look like
a cedar?  ...Nope.

But a dinosaur certainly has a tail like a cedar.

That is one big tail!

We learned in Genesis 1:24-25 that God made the land
dinosaurs on the sixth day of Creation.  Even the Ten
Commandments (which were inscribed by God Himself on
stone tablets) remind us that everything was created at the
beginning and in only six days. (Exodus 20)

We serve one Amazing Creative Creator!

If you want to learn more about how to know God personally:  Click here.

Stay tuned for more articles from ScienceSplat.com that will explore the Bible.    
Adam Thornton Copyright 2011 ScienceSplat.com

Photos from: MidtownLive.blogspot.com, Sodahead.com,
Melcakewalk.blogspot.com, Answersingenesis.org