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This petrified finger found in cretaceous limestone, belonged to a "prehistoric" human.
Broken short of the middle joint, it measures 7.6 cm (3 inches). At full length it would measure
about 15 cm (6 inches).. In the photo, it is compared to a regular full-length finger.
Excavations of this limestone has also revealed a child's tooth and human hair.
Sectioning reveals the typical porous bone structure expected in a human finger.
Cat-scan and MRI identified joints and traced tendons throughout the length of the fossil.
Cat-scan shows dark areas interpreted as the interior of bones and marrow. Areas less dense than surrounding stones, easily pass X-rays, causing darkening of the image. Black area is caused by sectioning.
This dinosaur footprint in cretaceous limestone on the banks of the Paluxy River is approximately 30 cm (one foot) across, and located with similar tracks. Early excavations in this area revealed human footprints inside the dinosaur tracks leading to rumors that the human prints had claws later excavations uncovered human footprints up to 64 cm long (25 inches) next to the dinosaur prints this discounted the doubters. A human handprint was also found. This confirms that dinosaurs occupied the arbitrary and spurious "cretaceous" period of geological history. Human prints contemporary with dinosaurs contradict modern evolution theories because mankind was not to evolve for another 75 to 100 million years.
One of many human footprints contemporary with dinosaurs taken from the Paluxy River located in Dinosaur Park near Glen Rose, Texas . Pictured with my foot, it exceeds 45 cm (18 inches) in length. The cross-sectional cuts determined by compression studies that it was a woman's footprint. Estimates indicate her stature approximately 305 cm (10 feet) and 454 kg (1,000 lbs). Several strata of human prints with dinosaur prints have been excavated in this park. According to Dr. Carl Baugh, the archeologist who coordinated the excavations, these strata were laid down during the first few days of Noah's flood when water levels were low enough to allow daily tidal changes to form layers of mud so fleeing creatures could seek higher ground the upper strata showed no prints. Obviously the people who lived contemporary with dinosaurs were intelligent, and the footprints indicate that they were quite human, as the large toe on primates is located close to the heel to facilitate clinging to branches
Dr. Hilton Hinderliter of Apollo Campus Pennsylvania
State University, studied the evidence presented at the Glen Rose, who excavations and stated
: "I would have to say that the belief in evolution is in a state of terminal illness but its death will only
be admitted by a new generation of scientists whose minds have not been prejudiced by the type
of education now prevalent in the nation's public schools, an education which starts with the belief
that evolution has happened, which interprets all evidence according to that faith and simply discards
any evidence which cannot be fitted into the evolutionary framework" (Quoted from "Dinosaurs" by
Dr. Carl E. Baugh, 1987. Promise Publishing Co., Orange , CA 92667 .
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