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Dinosaur and humanlike footprints have been found together in Turkmeniac

lilgreendude, Rapture Ready 14 Comments [11/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Patrick

In completely different layers of sediment/rock that were pushed close together over time due to the movement of the earth's crust.

NEXT.

2/2/2007 8:43:15 PM

TheUnholyMint

Obviously meaning they existed in the same time frame.
Maybe they were good friends.
Or they kept them as pets. Did you find a leash around the human?

2/25/2007 4:50:22 PM

BurntBush

Dino stepped on Fred's foot.

2/25/2007 7:21:18 PM

Irreal

Where is Turkmeniac?

3/26/2008 4:44:25 AM

Nowonmai

Yes, found in the same AREA, but in different strata. A bit of creative editing on your part there, hmmmm?

3/26/2008 5:02:14 AM

Philbert McAdamia

Found "together" by a Fundimaniac

3/26/2008 5:04:16 AM

BCD

Turkmeniac?

3/26/2008 5:40:38 AM

F.

Turkmeniac? You don't happen to mean Turkmenistan? The country whose dictator "Turkmenbashi" wrote his own holy book, which is mandatory reading for all Turkmen students? But I digress. If dinosaur and human footprints were found, how can they be sure that they were made at the same time?

3/26/2008 5:40:42 AM

Freboy

Fundies - All of them scholars in evolutionary theory, genetics, astronomy, history, medicine... and geology.

3/26/2008 8:30:36 AM

DinDC

@Freboy:

Right on, but you forgot geography.

Turkmeniac??? That must be in the vicinity of Uzbekiac, Pakiac, Afghaniac, Kazakhiac, etc.

It's so stupid, I just went: "Ack, ack, ack!"

3/26/2008 9:31:53 AM

Cassandra

Proud winner of the "How to summarise Creationism in 10 words" award, if you ask me.


3/26/2008 1:20:04 PM

God Is Real Unless Declared Integer

Your knowledge of geography is amazing and REALLY inspires trust in your integrity and your dedication to the whole truth!

7/26/2008 3:32:36 AM

Moondog

I majored in geo, and can safely say there is no such place as Turkmeniac. That said, there was also no period in the geologic time scale called the Turkmeniac/Turkmenian Period. I've never seen it before, so it's safe to say he pulled it out of his ass. And no, Turkmenistan doesn't count. You have to be close for it to be a typi.

7/26/2008 3:55:13 AM

Anon E Mouse

Fossil record of Darwin high-fiving a T-Rex found in Turkghanistan.

1st-century Jesus statue giving the bird found in Azerturkmen.

Three-headed dragon found alive in cave in Baluchimeniac.

3/26/2012 10:03:12 AM
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