Almost any museum you go to will tell you dinosaurs existed millions of year ago and before mankind. Scientists who believe in macro evolution (remember macro evolution is not supported by scientific data) have stated dinosaurs lived long before humans in order to fit these creatures into their macro evolution worldview.
Have you ever wondered if humans and dinosaurs existed at the same time?
In Genesis 1:24-27 we read that God created the land animals and humans on the same day. A creationist has no problem believing humans and dinosaurs existed at the same time based on this Bible verse.
But what about evidence? Remember in "Make Dino Bones" we discovered scientists have found flexible tissue inside of dinosaur bones they were excavating. In fact in Montana both blood vessels and blood cells were found inside of a dinosaur bone. This indicates dinosaurs are not old as some thought.
Are there any other indications dinosaurs lived at the same time as man? Click on this image from www.bible.ca that shows a petroglyph of a dinosaur looking creature.
These drawings have been dated prior to the year 500 A.D. and were drawn by the Anasazi inhabitants at the Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah. A close examination appears to show both a dinosaur (sauropod dinosaur) and a man. Click the photo to see it up close. If scientists didn't even know this type of dinosaur existed until the 1840s...how could man have drawn it ages ago? They must have seen it themselves or heard about it from someone who had seen it.
Other petroglyphs have been found that are worth researching:
Hava Supai Canyon in Arizona (replica of a petroglyph found here resembling a dinosaur)
San Rafael Reef in Utah - the drawing below resembles a Pterosaur
How could a human have drawn these?...this artist must have seen them or heard about it from someone who had seen them.
Stay tuned for more experiments from ScienceSplat.com that will share evidences of dinosaurs being much younger than many expected. Adam Thornton Copyright 2011 ScienceSplat.com
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