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Ouch.

I always assumed it was just due to erosion since all of the overlapping tracks are found in riverbeds.

Never thought they'd actually be faked

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I was/am expecting a bit more action on this thread.

There are several who post here who have used this very "evidence" to promote their stance on creationism as well as "proving" the planet is not as old as science suggests....or that dinosaurs were around a few thousand years ago, not 65+ million years ago.
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Trying to use man's "science" to pigeonhole the Creation of God will always be a futile exercise. The affairs of God are far above and beyond man's meager and pathetic attempts to self-glorify himself, by thinking that he's got it all figured out and that he reached this lofty plateau of knowledge all by his little self LOL.
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Whos to say that she aint lyin?
Just sayin.
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I was/am expecting a bit more action on this thread.

There are several who post here who have used this very "evidence" to promote their stance on creationism as well as "proving" the planet is not as old as science suggests....or that dinosaurs were around a few thousand years ago, not 65+ million years ago.
There are many people who accept bearing false witness as acceptable if it supports their opinion.

The end justifies the means.

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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-12-2008, 08:26 AM
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I don't know anyone that would have used that as evidence anyway. It is kind of a shallow foundation to base one's faith upon. Frankly, I am not surprised. There is so much more evidence in geology than worrying about foot prints along with dinosaur tracks. Funny how it hasn't been found anywhere else.

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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-15-2008, 03:44 PM
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Whos to say that she aint lyin?
Just sayin.
She could be... but that impression in the photograph looked like it was gathered from fresh tracks, not tracks that have been eroding under running water for thousands/millions of years.

If you look at actual photographs of the tracks along the river, they're heavily eroded. None of them are distinctively human, and the only reason we know they're dinosaur, and not just random erosion is due to size, shape, and a clear "walking" pattern. The "human" prints that are there, actually aren't human at all. They're a 3 toed elongated foot that bears a passing resemblance to humanoid, but anyone that spends even a minute actually looking at them will see clearly they're not human.

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