Time...dinosaurs and man?

 

Utah Pterodactyle.

This picture was found at San Rafael Swell in Black Dragon Wash, Utah.

*

 

 

You could see a human footprint like this today on any beach or patch of mud. But this footprint -- clearly from the anatomy of a modern human being -- is fossilized in stone estimated to be about 290 million years old.

 

*

 

 

Zuiyo Maru Monster: April 25 1977. Japanese fishing boat, Zuiyo Maru pulled up this creature off the coast of Christchurch, New Zealand. It seemed to resemble a plesiosaur (Jurassic period) however, the creature was found to only have been dead a month.

 

*

 

 

A slab of North Texas limestone is on track to rock the world, with its two imbedded footprints poised to make a huge impression in scientific and religious circles.

 

The estimated 140-pound stone was recovered in July 2000 from the bank of a creek that feeds the Paluxy River near Glen Rose, Texas, located about 53 miles south of Fort Worth. The find was made just outside Dinosaur Valley State Park, a popular destination for tourists known for its well-preserved dinosaur tracks and other fossils.

 

The limestone contains two distinct prints, one of a human footprint and one belonging to a dinosaur. The significance of the cement-hard fossil is that it shows the dinosaur print partially over and intersecting the human print.

 

*

 

*

 

 

Cambodia - This photo of the stunning Ta Prohm Temple deep in the jungles of Cambodia.This temple is the work of the remarkable Khmer civilization which lasted from the 800’s AD until the 1400’s AD. The temple is covered with the most intricate of carvings. The reader who was visiting the area noticed very distinct and clear images that seem to depict a Stegosaurus. How would this be possible if dinosaurs disappeared 65 million years ago?

 

*

 

 

Stan Taylor first discovered two footprints in the Paluxy River. Subsequent excavation of the area revealed a total of fourteen prints in the trail with a consistent right-left pattern. Also found was a trail of a three toed dinosaur. One of the footprints is actually inside the dinosaur print.

purportedly debunked @ http://paleo.cc/paluxy/paluxy.htm 

 

*

 

 

Take the case of Mishipishu, the "Water panther" for instance. Petroglyphs show him with the dorsal blades of the stegosaur and Indian legends speak of him using his "great spiked tail" as a weapon. Remarkably, the Canadian national parks which maintain these pictographs are unaware of the notion of interpreting Mishipishu as a stegosaur, and refer to him only as a "manatou", or water spirit.

 

*

 

 

In the early part of the 20th century locals in the Paluxy River region discovered a large number of dinosaur footprints in ancient limestone beds. The locals also reported finding human tracks in the same area.

 

It has unanimously been agreed that the dinosaur tracks and the possible human tracks are in the same strata and from the same time period. This sparked a large debate between the creationists and evolutionists.

 

purportedly debunked @ http://paleo.cc/paluxy/paluxy.htm 

 

*

 

 

Indian petroglyph in Utah of a man riding a dinosaur.

 

*

 

 

Description: These tracks were discovered by tourists near Lake Managua in Nicaragua.

 

Mainstream Theory: The strata which the tracks were found in were originally dated at 200,000 years ago, but later revised to 50,000 years.

 

Alternative Theory: The revision to the date was revised by geologists, not on any evidence, but for the sole reason that humans, according to the mainstream theory of human evolution, had not evolved until 100,000 years later. Because the established theory of human migration is that humans did not inhabit the Americas until 13,000 years go, the date was revised again to about 3,000 years ago based on Carbon-14 dating. This date is problematic as stratas above the footprints include mastadon bones, supposed to have been extinct 12,000 years ago.

 

*

 

 

 

Fossils, as we learned in grade school, appear in rocks that were formed many thousands of years ago. Yet there are a number of fossils that just don’t make geological or historical sense. A fossil of a human hand print for example, was found in limestone estimated to be 110 million years old. What appears to be a fossilized human finger found in the Canadian Arctic also dates back 100 to 110 million years ago. And what appears to be the fossil of a human footprint, possibly wearing a sandal, was found near Delta, Utah in a shale deposit estimated to be 300 million to 600 million years old.

To leave a comment, please sign in with
or or

Comments (31)

  1. dreamshadow59

    Fascinating!!!

    February 02, 2014
    1. EZWAYZ

      it ain’t what they taught in school…or maybe I slept through that class!

      February 02, 2014
  2. proto-gnostic

    There is no current physical evidence that supports anyone’s idea that humans and dinosaurs co-existed. In fact, modern humans are separated from dinosaurs by more than 60 million years.

    The dino-human footprint your classmate mentioned has not stood up to any serious scientific scrutiny, and I recently heard that some private land that might also contain some “smoking gun” footprints were made off-limits to scientists because they would only find fault with the fossils rather than embrace certain people’s beliefs about what they might be.. The link below should help answer yours (and hopefully your classmate’s) questions on the Paluxy footprint issue. People will believe what they want to believe despite physical evidence to the contrary. Its really a rather sad commentary on our “modern” society.

    Source:

    http://paleo.cc/paluxy/paluxy.htm
    Interesting indeed

    February 02, 2014
    1. EZWAYZ

      lol, school was over a long time ago when dirt was still new and shiny actually the North Texas fossil shown wasn’t on the site, nor were any off the other footprints or fossilized finger…and there are more hand prints and foot prints as well as petrogylphs…read the Nicaraguan footprint commentary.
      .
      Anyway, the evolutionary debate goes on

      February 02, 2014
      1. proto-gnostic

        The only debate is among those who continue to try and force their beliefs on others… There is no evidence supported by the scientific mainstream….

        February 02, 2014
        1. EZWAYZ

          lol, the “scientific mainstream” OK

          February 02, 2014
          1. proto-gnostic

            None of the evidence “produced” has been scrutinized by the scientific community… Some sites where they have supposedly are private property and paleontologists barred from access…. If it were actual proof why bar those who can prove it???

            February 02, 2014
    2. zilla007

      what nonsense, okay I only read the first sentence but still …off cause humans co-existed with dino’s, am Godzilla, and u are a human, we co exist @ John, sorry for butting in here will go back and read your blog again

      February 02, 2014
      1. proto-gnostic

        You’d have to show me your scales Lol The green ones

        February 02, 2014
        1. EZWAYZ

          please – don’t make me take my shoes off

          February 02, 2014
          1. proto-gnostic

            Lmao Hahahah Got fresh clay and a kiln right over here!!!

            February 02, 2014
        2. zilla007

          I told you, scales are red, fiery red, like my temper

          February 02, 2014
          1. proto-gnostic

            Same color as those cheeks Or was it those well baked buns???

            February 02, 2014
      2. EZWAYZ

        that’s OK, thee’s no argument just differing view points is all

        February 02, 2014
        1. zilla007

          I know

          February 02, 2014
  3. cjb321

    Agree with dreamshadow. Who’s to say how long ago they were made. They sure can’t ask anyone. lol

    February 02, 2014
    1. EZWAYZ

      umm, well, er..I was there

      February 02, 2014
      1. cjb321

        LOL I should have guessed!

        February 02, 2014
  4. SEC

    That and perhaps just perhaps the dating methods need a tad refinement.

    February 02, 2014
    1. EZWAYZ

      you think?

      February 02, 2014
      1. SEC

        Considering the dispute of several recent carbon datings, ummmmm, ayup!

        February 02, 2014
  5. blushingaura

    I know we all come from different belief systems but some seem to believe that once there seems no hope for mankind Mother Earth wipes everything out and we all must start all over again.
    What you posted sure sounds like there could be truth to that.

    February 02, 2014
    1. EZWAYZ

      The most I’ll say is this 1) dating the ages seems very suspect and 2) there are oral traditions around the world telling of creatures like the native American’s Thunderbird and water panther, etc…

      February 04, 2014
      1. blushingaura

        Ever hear of the giant snakes?
        The stories I’ve heard.

        February 04, 2014
        1. EZWAYZ

          giant snakes and giants too.

          February 05, 2014
  6. killingtime

    Not to poke holes in any theory’s or anything but that 4th picture (the footprint with 3 toes) kind of looks like my ex wife’s print. If there was also an imprint of a forked tail dragging then it was her.

    February 03, 2014
    1. EZWAYZ

      I’ll check on that for you

      February 04, 2014
  7. IrishMike6464

    Just from a tracking stand point. Look at the top two footprints and notice the splayed (space between) toes. Especially between the big toe and toe next to it. This is evidence of forward walking or the ball of the foot hitting the ground before the heel. This way of steping was how man walked before shoes and is still seen in some native American groups and I have been told African tribes that go barefoot as children. The fourth print has the toes very tight together suggesting the foot is used to being in shoes. This of course does not mean anything on its own I would just have to say the story that goes with the fourth human print might have some doubt around it. As far as us not being taught the real story in school didnt we learn Columbus found America LoL! That has all but been accepted by all a falsehood. The Vikings and Celts were here long before that and their artifacts have been proven. Still its not taught in school to children. Good post.

    February 04, 2014
    1. EZWAYZ

      actually Romans, Phoenicians and others were here before the vikings and celts Thanks for the insights

      February 04, 2014
  8. EZWAYZ

    reasonable usually depends on one’s opinion

    February 07, 2014