Dinosaurs and giant humans coexisted on Earth millions of years ago
(ORDO NEWS) — “Footprints in stone” is a topic considered taboo by Official Science, because fossilized human footprints are usually found in rocks that formed when, according to Official History, mankind did not exist.
Even worse for scientists is to find traces of people who lived next to dinosaurs, and if these people were gigantic, then even worse.
As is the case with finds on every continent, there have been humans that have left their footprints in the strata of today’s dinosaurs, and today we’re looking at amazing footprints in the Paluxy River in Glen Rose, Texas.
Paluxy is a river in the US state of Texas, a tributary of the Brazos River. Paluxy is formed by the confluence of the North Paluxy and South Paluxy rivers near Bluff Dale and runs for 46.6 km to empty into the Brazos River east of the city of Glen Rose in Somervell County.
The river is best known for the numerous dinosaur footprints found in its course in the Glen Rose Formation area of Dinosaur Valley State Park.
The Glen Rose Formation, a geological formation dating from approximately 112-99.6 million years ago during the Lower Cretaceous period, has been protected by the National Wildlife Conservation Program since 1969. It guards an area of 6.2 sq. km.
The “path” consists of two different types of fossil footprints. The first type refers to 9 to 15 meters long sauropods discovered in 1930 by Barnum Brown and Roland T. Byrd, these were the first sauropod footprints found.
Some of them are up to one meter wide , and their discoverers were worried that at the same historical and geological time there were traces of man and giants.
The second set of prints, 640 millimeters long, belongs to a carnosaurus with three long fingers about 9 meters long.
Probably an acrocanthosaurus. The impressions are thought to have been preserved in the intertidal zone or lagoon, pressed into the mud by sauropods during migration and by theropods during hunting.
The first discovery of local residents dates back to 1908, when there was a severe flood and the water rose about 8 meters above the usual level, after which the erosion of the clay layer revealed traces of a man and a dinosaur.
Many human and dinosaur footprints have since been found, but unfortunately these have disappeared as visitors have been cutting and removing human and dinosaur footprints from the limestone soils of the Paluxy River bed near Glen Rose since at least 1938.
Today there are far fewer of them than before, but they are evidence enough to shake everything that has been taught about the “Theory of Evolution”.
Dr. Roland T. Byrd, a researcher at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, examined footprints on the Paluxy River, and in his description of them in the May 1939 issue of Natural History, Byrd admitted that he had never seen anything like it before, calling them “perfect down to the smallest detail”.
But since human footprints measured about forty centimeters from toes to heel, Byrd stated that they were “too large to be human prints, although such bare prints show all parts of the human foot – toes, tarsus and heel – in the correct proportions”.
In his book Imprints in the Sands of Time, Dr. Clifford L. Burdick (1894-1992), who visited the area in 1946, obtained important photographs and described the discovery of “a series of 15 to 20 gigantic bare human footprints, each about forty centimeters long and twenty centimeters wide.
The stride or stride was measured at about six feet (about 180 centimeters) until the person in question suddenly started running and then reached 270 cm, with only the forefoot marked in the sand, not the heel. Then a series of footprints disappeared on the shore.”
Human footprints are also superimposed on the imprint of a fresh brontosaurus – a clear sign that a person followed the beast to hunt it.
The problem posed by these strange footprints in the bed of the Paluxy River requires a convincing scientific explanation, which has not yet been. Whichever species created these footprints was obviously bipedal.
They all show approximately the same stride length, which seems to correspond to men with a foot length of about forty to fifty centimeters. The shape of the footprints is more human than the footprints of any other animal known to science.
Burdick analyzed one of the many fossilized human tracks from Glen Rose and took it to Loma Linda University in California, where it was diamond-cut and found to be genuine. They reported that there are sedimentary structures in the rock.
The base material was deformed as a result of pressure on the surface. It was visible that between the toes of the foot floated what was once mud, and then petrified. This proved that the footprint was not artificially carved into the limestone by the work of masons, as skeptics claim.
If it is accepted that these footprints are of human origin, scientists will be forced to either push humans back to the Cretaceous or push the dinosaurs back to the Pleistocene, when humans “officially” appeared.
Although orthodox scholars will hesitate for a long time before accepting either of these two alternatives, what is certain is that this evidence forces them to take a stand and not avoid their research at all costs.
Referring to evidence of footprints in Glen Rose, Dr. Bourdick argues that the general theory of evolution once proposed by Darwin will receive a mortal blow, since the geological record of human footprints, contemporaneous with dinosaur footprints, “suggests that simple and complex life forms coexisted in ancient times or geological epochs…
This does not at all fit with the hypothesis that complex forms of life evolved from lower or simpler forms…”.
“Evolutionary theory suggests that over the course of geological epochs, life has become not only more complex, but also larger. But if you use these human footprints as a criterion, then you can conclude that ancient man was on average much larger in size than modern man.
This coincides with most fossil life forms, which are much larger than their modern counterparts… In general, biological life had to cope with an unfavorable environment, which was more a factor in degeneration than evolution.”
The footprints found in the bed of the Paluxy River are large bipedal fossil footprints (ichnites). These are giant human footprints 54.61 cm long and 13.97 cm wide. Geologists have concluded that the riverbed corresponds to the Cretaceous terrain at the end of the Mesozoic era (between 100 and 140 million years ago).
But the most curious thing about this case is that along with these hominid tracks, the tracks of several dinosaurs were found in the same stratum.
Human footprints have not been accepted by “official science”, but they have accepted dinosaur footprints that are in the same location.
So we have that fossil footprints appear in rocks at least 100 million years old, and those who left footprints 50 centimeters long were giant human beings 4 meters tall who walked at least 100 million years ago, but this conclusion is systematically denied “learned men”.
Ronald T. Byrd, one of its discoverers, rejected his own discovery out of prejudice and for fear of being “punished” by his colleagues at the New York Museum of Natural History. He wrote that he observed “several long footprints of dinosaurs, humans and giants traversing the area”.
Other geologists and paleontologists visited the site and, according to eyewitnesses, became very alarmed when they saw the tracks. Their bewilderment and utter disbelief were evident, and their comments were hesitant and vague.
For every open-minded person, there was proof here that man and dinosaurs were contemporaries. But these seasoned geologists reacted as evasively as possible, not because the evidence they had learned firsthand was insufficient, but simply because of their own biases.
Fortunately, there are other people who spread this knowledge with a clear conscience, such as the geologist Dr. Cecil N. Dougherty, who in his book “Valley of the Giants” photographed footprints of people from the Cretaceous period, the time of the dinosaurs, when he explored this place. in the 1960s and 1970s.
More recently, the German engineer Hans-Joachim Zillmer, born in 1950, visited Glen Rose and discovered other human tracks, and his findings are outlined in Darwin was wrong, published in Spanish in 2000.
For now, the footprints of what we might call the “Glen Rose Man” remain a taboo subject, as “official paleontology”, in order to put an end to the belief in the existence of other humans before we were taught, determined that “no human left of these footprints, what is marked on the rocks is the metatarsal footprints of a dinosaur!
The Sages say that the humanoid footprints are the erosion of the forelimbs or metatarsals of carnivorous dinosaurs.
Curiously, the erosion affected only the humanoid tracks, but not the tracks of the brontosaurus next to them. There is an erosion for what “official science” does not want to accept.
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