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It's cut from another site that's full of ridiculous claims.) Don't try this one at home, folks, because you'll feel embarrassed if you encounter someone up on their science. So this isn't a fossil, and the word has gotten out to most of the Biblical and Creationist sites (who acknowledge that it's not a fossil.) However, there are a few who persistantly refuse to understand what fossils really are and try to use it as a refutation of geological processes.The "creation science museum" has been caught faking a lot of things, including the "Paluxy Man Track" (a carving of a footprint that they tried to pass off as a real footprint in stone.) Most of the creationists have now distanced themselves from it.I was just observing the group mentality on this thread, that's all.For all I know, Byrd could be 100% right and it's a hoax.The fact that some materials can fossilize rapidly under certain circumstances is well known by experts in the field and is not really a scientific issue.
The rubber-soled boot with petrified cowboy leg, bones and all was found in a dry creek bed near the West Texas town of Iraan, about 1980 by Mr. He recognized the "number 10 stitch pattern" used by his uncle?
these findings did not match the "known" truths, therefor they had to be surpressed so others would not be led astray.
good find gothica This comes from one of the stupidest creationist sites around (no, not this one. The stuff around them is a calcite concretion and those things can form quickly.
Oh yeah, what was coppied was a summery of the story. stumason i take a bit of offence at your statement, "Hmmm.
This is gonna turn into one of those threads where all the bible nutjobs come out to play." i am not a nutjob just because i choose to believe in a higher power, and that the bible is correct.
Now people are working off of Byrd's comments as though they are now established fact. By all means spill the beans we want to heard from your sources.....far hers is most reasonable.