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Creation Science Museum of Canada

on Ian Juby's website
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Display #10:

The Paluxy Tracks, Track #1:

The Paluxy tracks are a wonderfully controversial evidence of man and dinosaur living together.  I firmly believe in presenting the facts as they are and letting others decide.  I will discuss the evidences in more detail and address the detractions elsewhere, as these pages are intended to be a brief tour of the museum displays.
The "Becky" track as it has become known, is a beautiful fossil trackway excavated from the Paluxy riverbed in Glen Rose, Texas.  Already famous for its dinosaur tracks, the Paluxy has also yielded what sure appear to be human tracks.  This one is a human print impressed in a dinosaurian track with details preserved such as toes and a raised second toe - consistent with a human foot stepping into mud.

The human track was cross-current with the dinosaurian track going with the current.  The fact that the human track was going cross-current effectively rules out erosion.  It was also part of a left-right-left pattern, adding to its authenticity as a part of a human trail.

 




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