Hmm...and people talk about trolling.
What is to hash?
from the reference to Utah 1968 cited in the linked article:
Do you not see the problem inherent with both of these statements?
Did you not take a moment to do a little research about these "discoveries" and read through alternative (and more sensible) explanations for what these footprints actually are?
Well, there are perhaps hundreds of articles written regarding the Paluxy River tracks, near Glen Rose, Texas. There are justifications from both sides, and we have dedicated Genesis type as well as evolutionary types debating..one just as fervent as the other.
Perhaps one thing is worth mentioning.. Some years ago, it was decided by the curators of the park to enlarge some of the landscape. Since some said the tracks were cut by somebody to appear that way, here was a possible chance of viewing the tracks, undisturbed by millions of years. This earthmoving would require landscaping machines to remove some layering which some of the tracks appeared to continue under. Believers, atheists and skeptics gathered to view the results.
As the tractor moved in to uncover the tracks where they seemingly entered under the layering...the tracks continued as usual. Scroll down to second photo. https://www.discoveryworld.us/dinosa...nosaur-tracks/
This, I must quibble with;
In the summer of 1968, an amateur fossil collector, William J. Meister, made the discovery of a lifetime 43 miles west of Delta, Utah. To his surprise he found a fossilized human footprint about the size of a US 13 shoe (3.5″W x 10.25″L) stepping on a trilobite. Now, trilobites only existed between 260 to 600 million years ago, so this makes it the oldest human fossil footprint ever discovered.[/COLOR]
I just measured my sneaker, size 12.. it's dimensions are 4.35 X 13.50...correction is due.