Evidence Proves Humans Lived With Dinosaurs
In 1908 a bad flood in the Paluxy River, Glen Rose, Texas exposed layers of limestone containing thousands of human and dinosaur tracks and the area was declared the Dinosaur Valley State Park. In 1930 Roland T. Bird, field explorer for the American Museum, reported 15-20 inch long "clearly defined" human footprints with dinosaur tracks.
The human footprints run next to, under and over dinosaur footprints. A professor of medicine from the Unversity of Illinois examined the tracks and was convinced that they were genuine (CRSQ , 1970, 7:3, p.142; 1970, 7:4, p.246; Ryals, undated). The strides between the human footprints are perfect.
Some skeptics believed that these human footprints were fake, when they lifted up more rock ledges along the ride of the river, they found more similar prints. One footprint was even cut in half and sawed across the toes. The lamination line was distorted by the mud squeezing up between the toes.
In 1970, James Ryals, who had been cutting out tracks and selling them since the 1930s, was interviewed. He reported the human tracks as mostly barefooted, but sometimes encased in some form of wrapping. The stride varied from two to seven feet. There are human tracks crossing dinosaur tracks, and dinosaur tracks which have blotted out human tracks in sequence.
This evidence would concur with the ancient Sumerian stories discussed in the religion index page
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