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(04-14-2019, 08:15 AM)sivil Wrote:



Evidence of Modern Humans Older than the 'Official 1,7 Million Years Old Threshold'

1. The 3 to 4 Million Years Old 'Castenedolo Skull' of Italy

"This anatomically modern human skull (Sergi 1884, plate 1) was found in 1880 at Castenedolo, Italy. The stratum from which it was taken is assigned to the Astian stage of the Pliocene (Oakley 1980, p. 46). According to modern authorities (Harland et al, 1982, p. 110), the Astian belongs to the Middle Pliocene, wihch would give the skull an age of 3-4 million years."

[Image: NHB2014-02807%20Ceprano_sq.jpg?itok=aW6tgFIC]


2. The 145 - 195 Million Years Old Footprints of Turkmenistan - Jurassic Period

"Reports of human footprints alongside dinosaur footprints found in Turkmenistan are made in Russian papers in the early 1980s. Because Turkmenistan was part of the Soviet Union at the time the reports were controlled by the government. Once Turkmenistan became an independent nation Turkmenistan scientists began researching the prints.

They discovered that some of the footprints found in rocks of the Jurassic Period were human in origin. They invited Dr. Dennis Swift from the US to investigate the prints. Dr. Swift also concluded that the prints were human. In addition, many goat tracks, made from goats still existing in the area, were also found in the same Jurassic rock formations."

The Jurassic period was approximately 195 to 145 million years ago. Obviously, there should be neither goat or human tracks from this period.

[Image: Tanz%20-02laetoli1_2.jpg]

3. The 205 - 250 Million Years Old Human Shoe Print of Nevada - Triassic Period

"An amateur geologist discovered a fossilized imprint of a shoe complete with thread marks and broken heel in Fisher Canyon, Pershing County, Nevada.

[Image: 28million-year-old-human-from-Guadeloupe.jpg]

4. The Human & Dinosaur Footprints of Texas

"In our other section "Dinosaurs", we presented the interesting evidence that primitive man correctly knew what dinosaurs looked like (cave paintings) and even their behavior. Combine with the below information regarding some dinosaur and human footprints that were found together and it certainly casts doubt on the official scientific theory that man and dinosaur did not ever coexist.

[Image: tsiteovr3b.jpg]

Glen Rose, TX

On the banks of the Paluxy River, in Glen Rose TX, a flood exposed rock with thousands of footprints- both dinosaur and human together, aside, and overlapping.

"The Paluxy River runs through Glen Rose, Texas. At the bottom of this river, there are thousands of layers of limestone. There was a bad flood in 1908 that ripped off 2 feet of solid rock. This rock was carried 20 miles downstream. This exposed thousands of dinosaur footprints. There were so many footprints that they decided to make the area into a State Park (Dinosaur Valley State Park). Many of the footprints were put into museums in order to be preserved, but there are still many there today.

Many human footprints were also found. Sometimes the human tracks were next to the dinosaur tracks. Several human footprints were found inside of the dinosaur footprints and some dinosaur footprints were found on top of the human footprints. The human strides were perfect.

5. The 280 Million Years Old Human 'Coal Skull'

One of the most recent, and best validated, case was that of Mr. Ed Conrad's skull in coal. In 1981, Mr. Ed Conrad of Shenandoah, discovered a large object between anthracite veins, which bore a dramatic resemblance to a large anthropoid skull. He arranged a meeting with the Smithsonian during which their specialist merely looked at it, and without any scientific testing at all, declared it a "concretion"- despite the fact that the the only authoritative manner of determining whether an object is bone is by examining its cellular structure.

[Image: sediba_skull_860_free.jpg]

Cite:  http://humansarefree.com/2011/04/amazing...ie-is.html

Archaeologists unearthed a 400,000-year-old skull of a mysterious human ancestor with Neanderthal traits in Portugal. It is considered to be the oldest fossil of a human ancestor discovered in the country.
An Array of Stone Tools Accompany the Fossil
A large international research group, including decorated scientists such as Binghamton University anthropologist Rolf Quam and led by the Portuguese archaeologist João Zilhão, has discovered the oldest fossil human cranium in Portugal, contributing significant information on human evolution during the middle Pleistocene in Europe and the origin of the Neanderthals. The skull, of which the cranium is preserved, was fossilized in sedimentary rock between 390,000 and 436,000 years ago, dating to the mid-Pleistocene.

Cite:  https://www.ancient-origins.net/news-evo...gal-021273

The first tangible link to humanity started around six million years ago with a primate group called Ardipithecus, according to the Smithsonian Institution. Based in Africa, this group began the path of walking upright. This is traditionally considered important because it allowed for more free use of the hands for toolmaking, weaponry and other survival needs.

[Image: 1a39fcc60ad2cd498f969f2c1cbdd2b9.jpg]

The Australopithecus group, the museum added, took hold between about two million and four million years ago, with the abilities to walk upright and climb trees. Next came Paranthropus, which existed between about one million and three million years ago. The group is distinguished by its larger teeth, giving a wider diet.
The Homo group — including our own species, Homo sapiens — began arising more than two million years ago, the museum said. It’s distinguished by bigger brains, more tool-making and the ability to reach far beyond Africa. Our species was distinguished about 200,000 years ago and managed to survive and thrive despite climate change at the time. While we started in temperate climates, about 60,000 to 80,000 years ago the first humans began straying outside of the continent in which our species was born.

Cite:  https://www.universetoday.com/38125/how-...-on-earth/

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(04-14-2019, 08:15 AM)sivil Wrote:



Evidence of Modern Humans Older than the 'Official 1,7 Million Years Old Threshold'

1. The 3 to 4 Million Years Old 'Castenedolo Skull' of Italy

"This anatomically modern human skull (Sergi 1884, plate 1) was found in 1880 at Castenedolo, Italy. The stratum from which it was taken is assigned to the Astian stage of the Pliocene (Oakley 1980, p. 46). According to modern authorities (Harland et al, 1982, p. 110), the Astian belongs to the Middle Pliocene, wihch would give the skull an age of 3-4 million years."

[Image: NHB2014-02807%20Ceprano_sq.jpg?itok=aW6tgFIC]


2. The 145 - 195 Million Years Old Footprints of Turkmenistan - Jurassic Period

"Reports of human footprints alongside dinosaur footprints found in Turkmenistan are made in Russian papers in the early 1980s. Because Turkmenistan was part of the Soviet Union at the time the reports were controlled by the government. Once Turkmenistan became an independent nation Turkmenistan scientists began researching the prints.

They discovered that some of the footprints found in rocks of the Jurassic Period were human in origin. They invited Dr. Dennis Swift from the US to investigate the prints. Dr. Swift also concluded that the prints were human. In addition, many goat tracks, made from goats still existing in the area, were also found in the same Jurassic rock formations."

The Jurassic period was approximately 195 to 145 million years ago. Obviously, there should be neither goat or human tracks from this period.

[Image: Tanz%20-02laetoli1_2.jpg]

3. The 205 - 250 Million Years Old Human Shoe Print of Nevada - Triassic Period

"An amateur geologist discovered a fossilized imprint of a shoe complete with thread marks and broken heel in Fisher Canyon, Pershing County, Nevada.

[Image: 28million-year-old-human-from-Guadeloupe.jpg]

4. The Human & Dinosaur Footprints of Texas

"In our other section "Dinosaurs", we presented the interesting evidence that primitive man correctly knew what dinosaurs looked like (cave paintings) and even their behavior. Combine with the below information regarding some dinosaur and human footprints that were found together and it certainly casts doubt on the official scientific theory that man and dinosaur did not ever coexist.

[Image: tsiteovr3b.jpg]

Glen Rose, TX

On the banks of the Paluxy River, in Glen Rose TX, a flood exposed rock with thousands of footprints- both dinosaur and human together, aside, and overlapping.

"The Paluxy River runs through Glen Rose, Texas. At the bottom of this river, there are thousands of layers of limestone. There was a bad flood in 1908 that ripped off 2 feet of solid rock. This rock was carried 20 miles downstream. This exposed thousands of dinosaur footprints. There were so many footprints that they decided to make the area into a State Park (Dinosaur Valley State Park). Many of the footprints were put into museums in order to be preserved, but there are still many there today.

Many human footprints were also found. Sometimes the human tracks were next to the dinosaur tracks. Several human footprints were found inside of the dinosaur footprints and some dinosaur footprints were found on top of the human footprints. The human strides were perfect.

5. The 280 Million Years Old Human 'Coal Skull'

One of the most recent, and best validated, case was that of Mr. Ed Conrad's skull in coal. In 1981, Mr. Ed Conrad of Shenandoah, discovered a large object between anthracite veins, which bore a dramatic resemblance to a large anthropoid skull. He arranged a meeting with the Smithsonian during which their specialist merely looked at it, and without any scientific testing at all, declared it a "concretion"- despite the fact that the the only authoritative manner of determining whether an object is bone is by examining its cellular structure.

[Image: sediba_skull_860_free.jpg]

Cite:  http://humansarefree.com/2011/04/amazing...ie-is.html

Archaeologists unearthed a 400,000-year-old skull of a mysterious human ancestor with Neanderthal traits in Portugal. It is considered to be the oldest fossil of a human ancestor discovered in the country.
An Array of Stone Tools Accompany the Fossil
A large international research group, including decorated scientists such as Binghamton University anthropologist Rolf Quam and led by the Portuguese archaeologist João Zilhão, has discovered the oldest fossil human cranium in Portugal, contributing significant information on human evolution during the middle Pleistocene in Europe and the origin of the Neanderthals. The skull, of which the cranium is preserved, was fossilized in sedimentary rock between 390,000 and 436,000 years ago, dating to the mid-Pleistocene.

Cite:  https://www.ancient-origins.net/news-evo...gal-021273

The first tangible link to humanity started around six million years ago with a primate group called Ardipithecus, according to the Smithsonian Institution. Based in Africa, this group began the path of walking upright. This is traditionally considered important because it allowed for more free use of the hands for toolmaking, weaponry and other survival needs.

[Image: 1a39fcc60ad2cd498f969f2c1cbdd2b9.jpg]

The Australopithecus group, the museum added, took hold between about two million and four million years ago, with the abilities to walk upright and climb trees. Next came Paranthropus, which existed between about one million and three million years ago. The group is distinguished by its larger teeth, giving a wider diet.
The Homo group — including our own species, Homo sapiens — began arising more than two million years ago, the museum said. It’s distinguished by bigger brains, more tool-making and the ability to reach far beyond Africa. Our species was distinguished about 200,000 years ago and managed to survive and thrive despite climate change at the time. While we started in temperate climates, about 60,000 to 80,000 years ago the first humans began straying outside of the continent in which our species was born.

Cite:  https://www.universetoday.com/38125/how-...-on-earth/

have you read this book?

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https://www.google.com/search?q=Gods+wit...53ZjJnJtMM:
When you find the truth, cut it out with a razor blade
When you distribute, choose your voice like a hand grenade

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(04-15-2019, 09:57 AM)Hamburger Wagon Wrote: Whether you think God made us or you think we are here in some other coincidence, it doesnt really matter.  There is no way we can ever know the real truth unless the truth is locked away somewhere.

Could have been God, but then the question is who is God, where did he come from, why did he make us?

Could have been aliens.  Then you wonder is God and alien or what.

Lots of questions to either viewpoint you may subscribe to.

I think the lesser likely view is that we are here by some chance of evolution.  It is highly unlikely and I think it takes more faith to believe in those odds than it does to believe we were created.

So, you admit you have not evolved. That explains much.
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(04-15-2019, 10:05 AM)Nekro Wrote:
(04-14-2019, 08:15 AM)sivil Wrote:



Evidence of Modern Humans Older than the 'Official 1,7 Million Years Old Threshold'

1. The 3 to 4 Million Years Old 'Castenedolo Skull' of Italy

"This anatomically modern human skull (Sergi 1884, plate 1) was found in 1880 at Castenedolo, Italy. The stratum from which it was taken is assigned to the Astian stage of the Pliocene (Oakley 1980, p. 46). According to modern authorities (Harland et al, 1982, p. 110), the Astian belongs to the Middle Pliocene, wihch would give the skull an age of 3-4 million years."

[Image: NHB2014-02807%20Ceprano_sq.jpg?itok=aW6tgFIC]


2. The 145 - 195 Million Years Old Footprints of Turkmenistan - Jurassic Period

"Reports of human footprints alongside dinosaur footprints found in Turkmenistan are made in Russian papers in the early 1980s. Because Turkmenistan was part of the Soviet Union at the time the reports were controlled by the government. Once Turkmenistan became an independent nation Turkmenistan scientists began researching the prints.

They discovered that some of the footprints found in rocks of the Jurassic Period were human in origin. They invited Dr. Dennis Swift from the US to investigate the prints. Dr. Swift also concluded that the prints were human. In addition, many goat tracks, made from goats still existing in the area, were also found in the same Jurassic rock formations."

The Jurassic period was approximately 195 to 145 million years ago. Obviously, there should be neither goat or human tracks from this period.

[Image: Tanz%20-02laetoli1_2.jpg]

3. The 205 - 250 Million Years Old Human Shoe Print of Nevada - Triassic Period

"An amateur geologist discovered a fossilized imprint of a shoe complete with thread marks and broken heel in Fisher Canyon, Pershing County, Nevada.

[Image: 28million-year-old-human-from-Guadeloupe.jpg]

4. The Human & Dinosaur Footprints of Texas

"In our other section "Dinosaurs", we presented the interesting evidence that primitive man correctly knew what dinosaurs looked like (cave paintings) and even their behavior. Combine with the below information regarding some dinosaur and human footprints that were found together and it certainly casts doubt on the official scientific theory that man and dinosaur did not ever coexist.

[Image: tsiteovr3b.jpg]

Glen Rose, TX

On the banks of the Paluxy River, in Glen Rose TX, a flood exposed rock with thousands of footprints- both dinosaur and human together, aside, and overlapping.

"The Paluxy River runs through Glen Rose, Texas. At the bottom of this river, there are thousands of layers of limestone. There was a bad flood in 1908 that ripped off 2 feet of solid rock. This rock was carried 20 miles downstream. This exposed thousands of dinosaur footprints. There were so many footprints that they decided to make the area into a State Park (Dinosaur Valley State Park). Many of the footprints were put into museums in order to be preserved, but there are still many there today.

Many human footprints were also found. Sometimes the human tracks were next to the dinosaur tracks. Several human footprints were found inside of the dinosaur footprints and some dinosaur footprints were found on top of the human footprints. The human strides were perfect.

5. The 280 Million Years Old Human 'Coal Skull'

One of the most recent, and best validated, case was that of Mr. Ed Conrad's skull in coal. In 1981, Mr. Ed Conrad of Shenandoah, discovered a large object between anthracite veins, which bore a dramatic resemblance to a large anthropoid skull. He arranged a meeting with the Smithsonian during which their specialist merely looked at it, and without any scientific testing at all, declared it a "concretion"- despite the fact that the the only authoritative manner of determining whether an object is bone is by examining its cellular structure.

[Image: sediba_skull_860_free.jpg]

Cite:  http://humansarefree.com/2011/04/amazing...ie-is.html

Archaeologists unearthed a 400,000-year-old skull of a mysterious human ancestor with Neanderthal traits in Portugal. It is considered to be the oldest fossil of a human ancestor discovered in the country.
An Array of Stone Tools Accompany the Fossil
A large international research group, including decorated scientists such as Binghamton University anthropologist Rolf Quam and led by the Portuguese archaeologist João Zilhão, has discovered the oldest fossil human cranium in Portugal, contributing significant information on human evolution during the middle Pleistocene in Europe and the origin of the Neanderthals. The skull, of which the cranium is preserved, was fossilized in sedimentary rock between 390,000 and 436,000 years ago, dating to the mid-Pleistocene.

Cite:  https://www.ancient-origins.net/news-evo...gal-021273

The first tangible link to humanity started around six million years ago with a primate group called Ardipithecus, according to the Smithsonian Institution. Based in Africa, this group began the path of walking upright. This is traditionally considered important because it allowed for more free use of the hands for toolmaking, weaponry and other survival needs.

[Image: 1a39fcc60ad2cd498f969f2c1cbdd2b9.jpg]

The Australopithecus group, the museum added, took hold between about two million and four million years ago, with the abilities to walk upright and climb trees. Next came Paranthropus, which existed between about one million and three million years ago. The group is distinguished by its larger teeth, giving a wider diet.
The Homo group — including our own species, Homo sapiens — began arising more than two million years ago, the museum said. It’s distinguished by bigger brains, more tool-making and the ability to reach far beyond Africa. Our species was distinguished about 200,000 years ago and managed to survive and thrive despite climate change at the time. While we started in temperate climates, about 60,000 to 80,000 years ago the first humans began straying outside of the continent in which our species was born.

Cite:  https://www.universetoday.com/38125/how-...-on-earth/

have you read this book?

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https://www.google.com/search?q=Gods+wit...53ZjJnJtMM:

No, I haven't read that book, but I definitely should. I like Robert Sephyr.
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(04-15-2019, 10:32 AM)sivil Wrote:
(04-15-2019, 10:05 AM)Nekro Wrote:
(04-14-2019, 08:15 AM)sivil Wrote:



Evidence of Modern Humans Older than the 'Official 1,7 Million Years Old Threshold'

1. The 3 to 4 Million Years Old 'Castenedolo Skull' of Italy

"This anatomically modern human skull (Sergi 1884, plate 1) was found in 1880 at Castenedolo, Italy. The stratum from which it was taken is assigned to the Astian stage of the Pliocene (Oakley 1980, p. 46). According to modern authorities (Harland et al, 1982, p. 110), the Astian belongs to the Middle Pliocene, wihch would give the skull an age of 3-4 million years."

[Image: NHB2014-02807%20Ceprano_sq.jpg?itok=aW6tgFIC]


2. The 145 - 195 Million Years Old Footprints of Turkmenistan - Jurassic Period

"Reports of human footprints alongside dinosaur footprints found in Turkmenistan are made in Russian papers in the early 1980s. Because Turkmenistan was part of the Soviet Union at the time the reports were controlled by the government. Once Turkmenistan became an independent nation Turkmenistan scientists began researching the prints.

They discovered that some of the footprints found in rocks of the Jurassic Period were human in origin. They invited Dr. Dennis Swift from the US to investigate the prints. Dr. Swift also concluded that the prints were human. In addition, many goat tracks, made from goats still existing in the area, were also found in the same Jurassic rock formations."

The Jurassic period was approximately 195 to 145 million years ago. Obviously, there should be neither goat or human tracks from this period.

[Image: Tanz%20-02laetoli1_2.jpg]

3. The 205 - 250 Million Years Old Human Shoe Print of Nevada - Triassic Period

"An amateur geologist discovered a fossilized imprint of a shoe complete with thread marks and broken heel in Fisher Canyon, Pershing County, Nevada.

[Image: 28million-year-old-human-from-Guadeloupe.jpg]

4. The Human & Dinosaur Footprints of Texas

"In our other section "Dinosaurs", we presented the interesting evidence that primitive man correctly knew what dinosaurs looked like (cave paintings) and even their behavior. Combine with the below information regarding some dinosaur and human footprints that were found together and it certainly casts doubt on the official scientific theory that man and dinosaur did not ever coexist.

[Image: tsiteovr3b.jpg]

Glen Rose, TX

On the banks of the Paluxy River, in Glen Rose TX, a flood exposed rock with thousands of footprints- both dinosaur and human together, aside, and overlapping.

"The Paluxy River runs through Glen Rose, Texas. At the bottom of this river, there are thousands of layers of limestone. There was a bad flood in 1908 that ripped off 2 feet of solid rock. This rock was carried 20 miles downstream. This exposed thousands of dinosaur footprints. There were so many footprints that they decided to make the area into a State Park (Dinosaur Valley State Park). Many of the footprints were put into museums in order to be preserved, but there are still many there today.

Many human footprints were also found. Sometimes the human tracks were next to the dinosaur tracks. Several human footprints were found inside of the dinosaur footprints and some dinosaur footprints were found on top of the human footprints. The human strides were perfect.

5. The 280 Million Years Old Human 'Coal Skull'

One of the most recent, and best validated, case was that of Mr. Ed Conrad's skull in coal. In 1981, Mr. Ed Conrad of Shenandoah, discovered a large object between anthracite veins, which bore a dramatic resemblance to a large anthropoid skull. He arranged a meeting with the Smithsonian during which their specialist merely looked at it, and without any scientific testing at all, declared it a "concretion"- despite the fact that the the only authoritative manner of determining whether an object is bone is by examining its cellular structure.

[Image: sediba_skull_860_free.jpg]

Cite:  http://humansarefree.com/2011/04/amazing...ie-is.html

Archaeologists unearthed a 400,000-year-old skull of a mysterious human ancestor with Neanderthal traits in Portugal. It is considered to be the oldest fossil of a human ancestor discovered in the country.
An Array of Stone Tools Accompany the Fossil
A large international research group, including decorated scientists such as Binghamton University anthropologist Rolf Quam and led by the Portuguese archaeologist João Zilhão, has discovered the oldest fossil human cranium in Portugal, contributing significant information on human evolution during the middle Pleistocene in Europe and the origin of the Neanderthals. The skull, of which the cranium is preserved, was fossilized in sedimentary rock between 390,000 and 436,000 years ago, dating to the mid-Pleistocene.

Cite:  https://www.ancient-origins.net/news-evo...gal-021273

The first tangible link to humanity started around six million years ago with a primate group called Ardipithecus, according to the Smithsonian Institution. Based in Africa, this group began the path of walking upright. This is traditionally considered important because it allowed for more free use of the hands for toolmaking, weaponry and other survival needs.

[Image: 1a39fcc60ad2cd498f969f2c1cbdd2b9.jpg]

The Australopithecus group, the museum added, took hold between about two million and four million years ago, with the abilities to walk upright and climb trees. Next came Paranthropus, which existed between about one million and three million years ago. The group is distinguished by its larger teeth, giving a wider diet.
The Homo group — including our own species, Homo sapiens — began arising more than two million years ago, the museum said. It’s distinguished by bigger brains, more tool-making and the ability to reach far beyond Africa. Our species was distinguished about 200,000 years ago and managed to survive and thrive despite climate change at the time. While we started in temperate climates, about 60,000 to 80,000 years ago the first humans began straying outside of the continent in which our species was born.

Cite:  https://www.universetoday.com/38125/how-...-on-earth/

have you read this book?

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https://www.google.com/search?q=Gods+wit...53ZjJnJtMM:

No, I haven't read that book, but I definitely should.  I like Robert Sephyr.
I have read all 4cof his books
Great reads
When you find the truth, cut it out with a razor blade
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(04-14-2019, 08:15 AM)sivil Wrote: 1. The 3 to 4 Million Years Old 'Castenedolo Skull' of Italy

"This anatomically modern human skull (Sergi 1884, plate 1) was found in 1880 at Castenedolo, Italy. The stratum from which it was taken is assigned to the Astian stage of the Pliocene (Oakley 1980, p. 46). According to modern authorities (Harland et al, 1982, p. 110), the Astian belongs to the Middle Pliocene, wihch would give the skull an age of 3-4 million years."

Castenedolo Man: Morris and Parker (1982) say "Fossils of ordinary people in Mid-Tertiary rock [i.e. tens of millions of years old; the actual date is about 1.5 million years] were found in Castenedolo, Italy back in the late 1800's ...". According to Boule, an official report on these skeletons in 1899 noted that all the fossils from the deposit were impregnated with salt, except the human ones. This implies that they are from relatively recent burials. Collagen tests in 1965 and radiocarbon dating in 1969 confirmed this. (Conrad 1982)
https://www.andytheargumentativearchaeol...skull.html


(04-14-2019, 08:15 AM)sivil Wrote: 2. The 145 - 195 Million Years Old Footprints of Turkmenistan - Jurassic Period

"Reports of human footprints alongside dinosaur footprints found in Turkmenistan are made in Russian papers in the early 1980s. Because Turkmenistan was part of the Soviet Union at the time the reports were controlled by the government. Once Turkmenistan became an independent nation Turkmenistan scientists began researching the prints.

They discovered that some of the footprints found in rocks of the Jurassic Period were human in origin. They invited Dr. Dennis Swift from the US to investigate the prints. Dr. Swift also concluded that the prints were human. In addition, many goat tracks, made from goats still existing in the area, were also found in the same Jurassic rock formations."

Alleged human or human-like prints alongside dinosaur tracks in Turkmenistan have not been rigorously described or documented. In view of this, and the extensive evidence that millions of years separate non-avian dinosaurs from humans, the tracks in question cannot be regarded as reliable or even probable human prints.
http://paleo.cc/paluxy/russ.htm

(04-14-2019, 08:15 AM)sivil Wrote: 3. The 205 - 250 Million Years Old Human Shoe Print of Nevada - Triassic Period

"An amateur geologist discovered a fossilized imprint of a shoe complete with thread marks and broken heel in Fisher Canyon, Pershing County, Nevada.

The "Nevada shoe print" claims are not well supported by the available evidence. The footprint advocates have presumed that the missing portion of the object was very shoe-like in shape, whereas any number of other shapes are possible. They have not demonstrated that the supposed print was ever part of a striding sequence, or that it contains the detailed "stitching" features they assert. The present location of the object is unknown, impeding further study. Judging from the available photographs, the specimen is most likely a broken ironstone concretion, perhaps one that has suffered some erosion.
http://paleo.cc/paluxy/nevada.htm

all others have been debunked also. anyone can look this up.
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