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TX: Rock-solid proof? (Fossil find may point to ID)
Mineral Wells Index ^ | July 28, 2008 | David May

Posted on 08/01/2008 3:47:08 AM PDT by yankeedame

Rock-solid proof?

July 28, 2008 09:49 am

— By David May
editor@mineralwellsindex.com

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. In other words, the stone’s impressions indicate that the human stepped first, the dinosaur second.

If proven genuine, the artifact would provide evidence that man and dinosaur roamed the Earth at the same time, according to those associated with the find and with its safekeeping. It could potentially toss out the window many commonly held scientific theories on evolution and the history of the world.

Finding scholars and experts on evolution, paleontology or creationism to speak about the discovery proved difficult. Some who were contacted said they didn’t want to comment on the prints without a personal inspection or without review of data from scientific tests.

However, Dr. Phillip Murry, a vertebrate paleontology instructor in the Geoscience department of Tarleton State University at Stephenville, Texas, stated in his response to an interview request: “There has never been a proven association of dinosaur (prints) with human footprints.”

The longtime amateur archeologist who found the fossil thinks that statement is now proven untrue. “It is unbelievable, that’s what it is,” Alvis Delk, 72, said of what could be not only the find of a lifetime, but of mankind. Delk is a current Stephenville and former Mineral Wells resident (1950-69) who said he found the rock eight years ago while on a hunt with a friend, James Bishop, also of Stephenville, and friend and current fiancee Elizabeth Harris.

The three were searching in July 2000 for Indian artifacts like arrowheads – Delk’s specialty as a hunter and collector since he was 6 years old – when he said a pile of rocks along a creek bank caught his eye.

“I said it looks like something has been washed out of this hole,” Delk told the Mineral Wells Index.

Upon inspection of the pile, he said he saw a dinosaur footprint embedded in a piece of limestone. Delk said he has found and seen dinosaur prints, but now he had one on a piece of rock he could carry off – with Bishop’s help – to keep and add to his collection.

Which is what he did, for nearly eight years. The stone was kept otherwise untouched, stored amongst his other finds, which he said includes over 100,000 Indian artifacts.

A domestic fall from a ladder eight months ago nearly crippled Delk, resulting in surgeries, a long recovery and expensive medical bills. He decided to try and sell some of his archeological treasurers, so he turned to the large piece of limestone, thinking he could clean it up some and sell it to the Creation Evidence Museum located adjacent to Dinosaur Valley State Park near Glen Rose.

Two months ago – about the third week of May – Delk said he grabbed a 4-inch brush and began lightly brushing away sediments and deposits from the stone when he noticed something. He began to see another print develop – that of a human – partially beneath the dinosaur print.

“I seen the (human) track coming out and (saw) that it was a man,” Delk said. “I thought to myself, ‘Lord, I’ve been shown man was here when the dinosaur was here.’”

He said he knew what he had to do.

“When I found it, I said this has to get to someone who knows it,” he said. “I took it to Dr. Baugh. He liked to have a heart attack over it. He shed some tears.”

Creation evidence?

Dr. Carl Baugh is the founder and director of the Creation Evidence Museum and claims doctorates in theology and philosophy in education as well as a master’s degree in archeology.

The aim of Baugh’s Creation Evidence Museum is to offer natural evidence to support the theories of creationism, versus the evolutionary perspective heavily portrayed by the neighboring dinosaur attraction operated by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

Baugh said the fossil is the proof he has been searching many years for. He acquired the stone from Delk and has it in safekeeping. He was confident after his initial inspections of the stone that the specimen is genuine. He took it to a medical lab at Glen Rose Medical Center, where he said 800 X-rays were performed in a CT scan procedure.

Baugh said the scans prove that the impressions are real and could not have been carved or etched into the stone.

“The compression lines, the density features, do show, and there is no way to fake that,” he said. “It is possible to carve a track in limestone. But there is no way to compress the material in the rock under the track. That is absolutely impossible. That’s why the CAT scans are so important.”

He said the scans demonstrate the human footprint was made “during locomotion. That’s very important. That distribution is shown here. Compression is in the right place under both prints. Density. Compression, distribution. The density factor is there. Weight distribution. Forward locomotion, rocking of the foot.”

He also noted how the dinosaur’s impression pushed up material from the human print and altered its shape in the area of the intrusion.

The rock is approximately 30 inches by 24 inches. The human footprint, with a deep big toe impression, measures 11 inches in length. Baugh said the theropod track was made by an Acrocanthosaurus. Baugh said this particular track was likely made by a juvenile Acrocanthosaurus, one he said was probably about 20 feet long, stood about 8 feet tall and walked stooped over, weighing a few tons.

Its tracks common in the Glen Rose area, the Acrocanthosaurus is a dinosaur that many experts believe existed primarily in North America during the mid-Cretaceous Period, approximately 125 million to 100 million years ago.

Baugh said Delk’s discovery casts doubts on that theory. Baugh said he believes both sets of prints were made “within minutes, or no more than hours of each other” about 4,500 years ago, around the time of Noah’s Flood. He said the clay-like material that the human and dinosaur stepped in soon hardened, becoming thick, dense limestone common in North Texas.

He said the human print matches seven others found in the same area, stating the museum has performed excavations since 1982 in the area Baugh has dubbed the

“Alvis Delk Cretaceous Footprint” discovery. Baugh said he knows there are and will be skeptics, especially since the find is very recent and so far has been tested only in a medical laboratory by a medical doctor. Still, he said he is so confident in the authenticity of the specimen he is ready to put his reputation entirely on the line. He said he is willing put the rock to any non-destructive tests.

“It’s dynamite,” Baugh said of the fossil.

Left an impression Bishop, himself an avid hunter of fossils and Indian artifacts, was initially reluctant to be associated with the find. But he said he knows it is a significant discovery and that he is part of what is likely to become a major story throughout scientific circles. “Yeah, it was a nice find,” said Bishop. “I know it’s going to change history. That’s pretty heavy.”

A man of Christian beliefs who is a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Stephenville, he said his hopes are that the stone will “disprove Darwin’s theory. God made man. Man did not evolve from ape.”

Someone else who has had a close up, personal inspection of the stone is David Lines, who photographed the stone for Baugh, which Baugh has included in posters and on his Web site www.creationevidence.org

A technical writer for Texas Instruments in Dallas, Lines said he’s no expert on rocks, but he said he has no doubt the Delk rock is real and the prints are legitimate.

“I have really worked hard to figure out how it could be faked,” said Lines. Lines said his photographs also show the rock contains a number of fossils commonly found in North Texas such as small seashells and shellfish, a fact he said lends credence to the stone’s authenticity.

“When I saw this, I said this is too good to be true,” said Lines. “If someone found a way to fake that, they could also get a patent for concrete that would far surpass anything.”

Delk’s own daughter, Kristi Delk, is a geology major at Tarleton State University in Stephenville and holds different beliefs from her dad about the creation of Earth and the origins of man.

She said she wants to see data from more tests before jumping to any conclusions. “I haven’t come to terms with it,” she said. “I am skeptical, actually.”

But she said if verified, this rock could change her entire way of thinking, along with the thinking of a lot of other people. “It’s going to change all the pale-ethnological principles,” she said.

Baugh added he is ready to begin speaking more about his new prized possession. He said he hopes this find will lead to more balanced educational teachings in classrooms and school textbooks. “I don’t think it is going to displace the theory of evolution,” said Baugh. “My hope is that the scientific concepts of archeology and paleontology will be used under the guidelines of the Texas schoolbook committee.

Any evidence supporting that should be presented, and hopefully this particular fossil will be presented, for the students to be able to see that there is evidence supporting an alternative concept as opposed to just evolution.”

Copyright © 1999-2008 cnhi, inc.

Photos

Dinosaur print Mineral Wells Index

Amateur archeologist and Stephenville, Texas, resident Alvis Delk, 72, shows a lime cast replica of the limestone rock he found in July 2000 near Glen Rose, Texas. Initially he kept the 140-pound because it contained a dinosaur footprint. Two months ago, he was brushing the stone and discovered a human footprint in the rock – partially beneath the dinosaur print. The actual stone is now in the possession of the Creation Evidence Museum in Glen Rose, Texas. Mineral Wells Index


A closer view of the ‘Alvis Delk Cretaceous Footprint’ gives a closer view of the two prints, and shows how the dinosaur impression affecfted the human footprint when it stepped into it. Mineral Wells Index


TOPICS: Culture/Society; Miscellaneous; News/Current Events; US: Texas
KEYWORDS: belongsinchat; belongsinreligion; creation; crevo; evolution; godsgravesglyphs
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1 posted on 08/01/2008 3:47:09 AM PDT by yankeedame
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To: yankeedame

This has already been posted for quite some time.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2054633/posts


2 posted on 08/01/2008 3:53:30 AM PDT by SatinDoll (Desperately desiring a conservative government.)
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To: yankeedame

I miss Patrick Henry


3 posted on 08/01/2008 3:54:05 AM PDT by FatherofFive (Islam is an EVIL like no other, and must be ERADICATED)
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To: yankeedame

Oh man don’t let the evo freepers see this thread...


4 posted on 08/01/2008 3:58:33 AM PDT by mdmathis6
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To: toomanygrasshoppers

Ping


5 posted on 08/01/2008 3:59:47 AM PDT by FrogHawk (watchforlowflyingfrogs)
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To: yankeedame; theKid51

It looks like the foot print was made right before the big one. Maybe the human was lunch.


6 posted on 08/01/2008 4:04:47 AM PDT by bmwcyle (If God wanted us to be Socialist, Karl Marx would have been born in America.)
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To: yankeedame

Actually this has nothing to do with ID, since ID makes no claim that humans and dinosaurs coexisted.


7 posted on 08/01/2008 4:07:04 AM PDT by Sloth (A domestic enemy of the Constitution will become POTUS on January 20, 2009.)
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To: yankeedame
In before the "Helen Thomas" photo!!!
8 posted on 08/01/2008 4:11:13 AM PDT by Caipirabob (Communists... Socialists... Democrats...Traitors... Who can tell the difference?)
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To: yankeedame

Bit of a basic problem with it. Limestone is formed in water by coral and shells of sea creatures. It isn’t and was never mud that anyone or anything could have stepped in.


9 posted on 08/01/2008 4:13:46 AM PDT by finnsheep
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To: yankeedame

Reading the story and seeing the picture, the thought of Mr. Haney on “Green Acres” comes to mind: “Mr. Douglas, look what I have for you — a one-and-only.....”


10 posted on 08/01/2008 4:15:13 AM PDT by WL-law
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To: yankeedame

I saw the Flintstones too.


11 posted on 08/01/2008 4:16:44 AM PDT by WorkerbeeCitizen (Seinfeld was a show about nothing - so is Obama.)
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To: yankeedame

What does this have to do with “ID”?


12 posted on 08/01/2008 4:16:58 AM PDT by Mobile Vulgus
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To: Caipirabob

The Dino print looks like my 10-year old made it. Nice try.


13 posted on 08/01/2008 4:18:24 AM PDT by epluribus_2
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To: yankeedame

Welcome to a WhackaDoodle thread where the IQ’s hover around room temperature, and the plaster casts prove the earth is flat. This proves that all heretics must be stoned.


14 posted on 08/01/2008 4:19:39 AM PDT by LesbianThespianGymnasticMidget (Si Hoc Legere Scis Nimium Eruditionis Habes)
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To: SatinDoll
This has already been posted for quite some time.


"I....I didn't know..."

15 posted on 08/01/2008 4:19:51 AM PDT by yankeedame ("Oh, I can take it but I'd much rather dish it out.")
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To: yankeedame
I'm not certain which is more believable.

That the fossil is real, or the other fossil is engaged.


Think I will go with the latter.

16 posted on 08/01/2008 4:22:09 AM PDT by G.Mason (Duty, Honor, Country)
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To: yankeedame
The human footprint, with a deep big toe impression, measures 11 inches in length.

That's a big foot for a Neanderthal.
17 posted on 08/01/2008 4:28:33 AM PDT by SouthDixie (We are but angels with one wing, it takes two to fly.)
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To: yankeedame

This wouldn’t point to ID. ID is not new earth creationism.


18 posted on 08/01/2008 4:29:29 AM PDT by Free Descendant
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To: yankeedame
Baugh said he believes both sets of prints were made “within minutes, or no more than hours of each other” about 4,500 years ago, around the time of Noah’s Flood.

There were no dinosaurs living 4500 years ago.

There is no evidence of a global flood 4500 years ago.

The Earth is many millions of years old.

19 posted on 08/01/2008 4:32:02 AM PDT by humblegunner
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To: yankeedame

bttt


20 posted on 08/01/2008 4:32:13 AM PDT by kcm.org (Conservatives bashing Sen. McCain has Ronald Reagan spinning in his grave!!!)
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To: yankeedame
I have to say I am especially wary of this claim. The discoverer apparently, at the time, needed money to cover some medical expenses. It may be validated with peer examination and careful testing. I suspect this man has the knowledge to make a pretty good fake.

That aside, wouldn't it be cool if this is genuine?

21 posted on 08/01/2008 4:32:59 AM PDT by Damifino (The true measure of a man is found in what he would do if he knew no one would ever find out.)
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To: LesbianThespianGymnasticMidget
Welcome to a WhackaDoodle thread where the IQ’s hover around room temperature...

Is that what's meant by the term "ad hominem fallacy"?
22 posted on 08/01/2008 4:35:49 AM PDT by LearsFool ("Thou shouldst not have been old, till thou hadst been wise.")
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To: Damifino

“That aside, wouldn’t it be cool if this is genuine?”
>.........................
1.perhaps time travel is possible?
2.perhaps the term hoax is correct?

which one would I pick? well it sure looked much like a big foot casting, I would put it in the same genre.

the truth is out there..it’s just ,well, really out there.


23 posted on 08/01/2008 4:43:56 AM PDT by shadowgovernment (From the Ashes of a Republican rout will raise a Conservative Party)
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To: Caipirabob

24 posted on 08/01/2008 4:57:21 AM PDT by mirkwood
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To: yankeedame

Liars for God movement


25 posted on 08/01/2008 5:21:01 AM PDT by Soliton (Investigate, study, learn, then express an opinion)
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To: yankeedame

Opinion withheld until the evidence proves this is a fake...............


26 posted on 08/01/2008 5:24:48 AM PDT by Red Badger (If we drill deep enough, we can reach the Saudi oil fields from THIS side..........)
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To: yankeedame

http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/paluxy.html


27 posted on 08/01/2008 5:29:31 AM PDT by rhombus
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To: yankeedame

Snicker.


28 posted on 08/01/2008 5:36:29 AM PDT by gracesdad
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To: yankeedame

bump


29 posted on 08/01/2008 5:40:18 AM PDT by aShepard (Loose lips Sink ships)
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To: yankeedame
It won't make any impression at all in the world of Archaeology and Academia. It won't even be refuted, except by Snopes. It will not be studied or even cursorily checked. It will be ignored. How many years has it taken for some scientists and "scholars" to allow as how there is a teensy chance that there were folks in America before Clovis. I am skeptical of the import of the rock but it should be studied by experts. It won't be.
30 posted on 08/01/2008 5:51:45 AM PDT by arthurus
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To: yankeedame

It’s simple:
The evolution people are sophisticated, intelligent, and right.
Religious people are dumb, simple minded, and wrong.

So I’ve accepted my low IQ. I’m proud of my stupidity. I know I’m too dumb to argue with a genius evolutionist: so I ignore stuff like this article.


31 posted on 08/01/2008 6:04:25 AM PDT by Fox_Mulder77
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To: arthurus
It won't make any impression at all in the world of Archaeology and Academia. It won't even be refuted, except by Snopes. It will not be studied or even cursorily checked. It will be ignored. How many years has it taken for some scientists and "scholars" to allow as how there is a teensy chance that there were folks in America before Clovis. I am skeptical of the import of the rock but it should be studied by experts. It won't be.

From the article:

"Finding scholars and experts on evolution, paleontology or creationism to speak about the discovery proved difficult. Some who were contacted said they didn’t want to comment on the prints without a personal inspection or without review of data from scientific tests. "

As long as they're wanting them to reneder an opinion without giving them a chance to independently examine and verify it, you are correct. And that is as it should be.

32 posted on 08/01/2008 6:05:35 AM PDT by tacticalogic ("Oh bother!" said Pooh, as he chambered his last round.)
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To: arthurus
I beg to differ. I'm certain that there are many paleontologists and geologists that would love to inspect the fossil. The question is whether or not the "finder" of the specimen will actually allow scientists to inspect it. Or he'll play the typical, "The Establishment doesn't want to acknowledge it so I'll keep it away from Them and let some quack look at it," game.

I know for a fact that the geo department where I studied took in fossils all the time from the community for identification and study. All it took was a phone call, or more often than not, just showing up at the dept chair's door. And in my experience, that's pretty typical for geo/paleo departments across the country.

If I found something shocking, the first place I'd go is to the nearest university. Sounds like the "finder" of this "fossil" made straight for the local press.

33 posted on 08/01/2008 6:15:37 AM PDT by manapua
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To: Soliton
Liars for God movement

As opposed to the liars for science movement, which has many members. Take anthropogenic global warming as an example.

As for this "find", I'm very skeptical. Neither ID nor the Bible requires that man and dinosaur coexisted.
34 posted on 08/01/2008 6:40:56 AM PDT by FreedomOfExpression
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To: yankeedame

Sorry to hear the finder was ill and needed money. I hope that the Creation Evidence Museum paid him a tidy sum. Barnum would have paid him a bundle.


35 posted on 08/01/2008 6:57:59 AM PDT by Hiddigeigei (Civilizations die from suicide, not by murder. [Arnold Toynbee])
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To: humblegunner

“There is no evidence of a global flood 4500 years ago.”

That’s a lie.


36 posted on 08/01/2008 7:05:54 AM PDT by RoadTest ( Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up. But he spake of the temple of his body.)
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To: FatherofFive
"I miss Patrick Henry"

I don't. The arrogance of the evolutionists here is jaw-dropping (just read this freakin' thread). PH epitomized that condescension, that arrogance.

37 posted on 08/01/2008 7:06:19 AM PDT by RightOnline
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To: arthurus

“it should be studied by experts. It won’t be. “

Good point.


38 posted on 08/01/2008 7:07:22 AM PDT by RoadTest ( Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up. But he spake of the temple of his body.)
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To: yankeedame

39 posted on 08/01/2008 7:15:56 AM PDT by Hatteras
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To: Hatteras

Who is the gentleman in the light shirt?/Just Asking - seoul62........


40 posted on 08/01/2008 7:18:26 AM PDT by seoul62
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To: yankeedame
“It is unbelievable, that’s what it is,” Alvis Delk, 72

Agreed. Now shut up and stop wasting everyone's time.

41 posted on 08/01/2008 7:27:46 AM PDT by Oztrich Boy
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To: seoul62

Dean Marsico and the other guy is his cousin Derek Stearns from DIY’s Rock Solid.


42 posted on 08/01/2008 7:28:34 AM PDT by Hatteras
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To: Fox_Mulder77
What about us Religious Evolutionist? Where do we fit in?
43 posted on 08/01/2008 7:37:39 AM PDT by Ditter
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To: rhombus
http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/paluxy.html

That link is to the old fakes.

This is a new fake.

44 posted on 08/01/2008 7:40:26 AM PDT by Coyoteman (Religious belief does not constitute scientific evidence, nor does it convey scientific knowledge.)
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To: RoadTest
“There is no evidence of a global flood 4500 years ago.”

That’s a lie.

Sorry, no. It is true.

I've done archaeology in the western US for decades. We excavate into soils of that age all the time. If there was evidence for a global flood, we would have found it easily. Its not there. What we do have is continuity of human cultures, fauna and flora, and sediments.

There is, though, some evidence of old, localized floods. The Channeled Scablands in southern and eastern Washington were formed when glacial lakes formed behind ice dams repeatedly broke at the end of the last ice age. These floods can be dated, and their extent mapped. Surely, if there was a much larger flood at a third their age it would be found somewhere?

Another bit of evidence: in southern Alaska there is a cave, for some reason called On Your Knees Cave. Human remains dated 10,300 years old were traced by mtDNA to living descendants all along the west coasts of North and South America. How did this DNA lineage persevere in the same area when everything was supposedly wiped out by a global flood?

Face it; the global flood about 4,500 years ago is a myth.

45 posted on 08/01/2008 7:49:57 AM PDT by Coyoteman (Religious belief does not constitute scientific evidence, nor does it convey scientific knowledge.)
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To: Ditter
What about us Religious Evolutionist? Where do we fit in?

You guys are the "RINO's" of the evolution debate. ;-)

46 posted on 08/01/2008 7:50:53 AM PDT by Fox_Mulder77
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To: yankeedame

47 posted on 08/01/2008 7:56:29 AM PDT by allmendream (If "the New Yorker" makes a joke, and liberals don't get it, is it still funny?)
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To: Hatteras

Very pleasing to the eyes, it beats looking at the mug of Henry Waxman./Just Asking - seoul62........


48 posted on 08/01/2008 8:05:28 AM PDT by seoul62
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To: Coyoteman

OK, thanks. FYI - I found the link on Little Green Footballs.


49 posted on 08/01/2008 8:38:18 AM PDT by rhombus
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To: RoadTest
That’s a lie.

Where is the evidence?

50 posted on 08/01/2008 9:51:59 AM PDT by humblegunner
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