1. Dinosaurs are mainly found below the earth. Did the ground form around the bones for millions and millions of years?
No. Like all other fossils, they were buried by flood, landslide, or by sinking in mud.
2. Why did the top of the bones not erode more than the bottom that was already berried during the millions of years?
See previous answer
3. Why do bones erode these days but not millions of years ago?
Bones erode if exposed to the atmosphere. If they are buried, they do not erode but decay and over time and under certain conditions they mineralise to form fossils..
4. When did bones form according to evolution. If it was after the creature started living or before? If afterwards then what protected the creature until the bones developed?
The fossil record shows that species gradually developed a skeleton over time. There are many species without bones alive today so our distant ancestors would have survived in a similar way to them.
5. Why do we not find half developed fossils or bones of other creatures?
I do not understand the question but if you are asking for fossilised transitional species, then there are plenty.
6. If only the strong survive. Then why did the Dinosaurs not survive?
Presumably, because they were not suited to the changing environment as well as other species. That is : they weren't the strongest.
7. Why do evolutionists destroy all evidence that does not fit the theory of evolution.
I am not aware of this. Please provide examples.
OH yes last simple question
Who or what created the thing that caused the big BANG?
That is not known but I would guess the answer lies in the strange world of quantum physics.
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